Saturday, 16 November 2013

The change of season

It's been a very long time since the four of us went out for a walk together but last week Aaron and I took the boys down to the beach path for a long awaited family stroll.

Starting at the 'Fig Tree Bay' end of the path in Protaras meant we only had a short distance before arriving at the small play area. I'd only realised it was there at the end of last year after seeing a friends photos on facebook and asking her where it was as we'd never walked that far along before but we now often start at that end instead.

Fig Tree bay Protaras playarea

For the first time Louka loudly demanded to get out of the buggy as soon as we arrived and Leo ran ahead to play,  he's so much more advanced in walking and climbing than Leo was at the same age which is good but often ends in tears as he thinks he can follow his brother everywhere.

Leaving the play area we continued along the path commenting on the difference now the season has come to an end.  There were a surprising amount of people on the beach and in the sea but nowhere near the amount of just a few weeks ago, in fact there were large stretches of beaches looking very empty.

Fig Tree bay in winter

As it was late afternoon, as we walked back the light was changing, and as always I couldn't resist taking a few sky photos


  1. What a lovely place to have a family stroll - just gorgeous :) #CountryKids

  2. WOW your sky photos are beautiful. bless, it's difficult being a little brother sometimes :)

  3. So beautiful! Soon enough he'll be big enough to run after his big brother :-) x #CountryKids

  4. How great to live in such a warm and picturesque place. Having the beach so close to a play park is brilliant as it keeps everyone happy. Thanks for linking up the loving photos of your fun outdoor with Country Kids.

  5. Ok, wow, so you don't live in the UK obviously lol... if I had a beach like that near me I'd be there every day! How do you resist?! Beautiful photos xx


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