Estimado "Lazariparcero", hay una foto de mi esposa que creo fue tomada en Cangas.¿Tendría Ud. la amabilidad de tratar de rectificar su posición?Gracias.
I love this bug He is a non-typical spider, but very common in Florida. You can see it in many gardens.
This tile was bought in some souvenir store at Toledo.
The wood used in this type of house is imported from Brazil. It is so heavy, that a boat built with it will probably sink
I do not know the meaning of the names "Lougares" or "Santa Baia do Mato", but probably has something to do with water flowing. In all of these parts of Galicia, water flows so profuse and continuous by the sides of these winding roads that paths have to be made so the water can pass from one margin of the road to the other and back again a few meters ahead. Still the water remains fresh and clear all through its path. To me, Galicia is the "Country of Waters".
I'll make the same comment as in the previoius one, plus: they look like a regular decent couple enjoying a beach afternoon. I definitely fail to see the offense or the illegality. More over: it offends me that is marked as offensive or illegal.
I don't think is offensive or illegal. Is nice every now and then to see some tipical oersons even if they are turists.
En el año de su construcción fue (y es) la segunda de España en capacidad de generación.
The Spaniard Lady is leaning on this column of a roman aqueduct. Ten times her high, over her head, tons of stones are hanging. She is self-confidence knowing that 2000 years resisting men and weather wars have not managed to wreck the structure.