The Cache sculpture by Victor Ochoa for the victims of terrorism, Cartagena, Spain
Intrigued by the obelisk.
Whale Tail by Fernando Saenz de Elorrieta, Cartagena, Spain
We found the submarine thanks to Jane’s Pokemon app.
Amazing helicopter made entirely from cardboard.
Monument to fallen Spanish sailors at Cavite.
Memorial to conscripted sailors by artist Jorge García Aznar, opposite the sad soldier in Heroes de Cavite
Roman theatre, how amazing to see this beautiful structure still standing.
Looking down over the Roman theatre.
Close up of the street art on the side of a block of flats near the Roman theatre..
Roman theatre, Cartegena, Spain
Is that left standing as a facade
View of the old bull ring.
Fancy tower at the bus station
Monument to Patrulla Águila.
Getting ready to do a bit of tree hugging.
Looking at the peacock we suddenly spotted Steve and Darren!
The overlooked Muscovy duck
How did you get so close to him?
It appears they’ve had their fill of peacock watching.
Our obliging model for the peacock photoshoot.
Are you sitting comfortably…then I’ll begin.
Very cute parroty thing.
Pretty parroty things.
View across modern day amphitheatre to Roman Theatre.
View across to the mountains.
Leaving the Roman theatre, it’s always exciting to walk through an old tunnel.
Looking across to the City Hall
Short break at the harbour before we make our way back to our vans.
Birds flying above the street and a bear lurking outside a shop, unexpected sight, even the dog is intrigued.
The Icue, sculpture of typical ragamuffin from Cartagena by Manuel Ardil Pagán. Such a lovely sculpture.
Is it normal to tap into the street lights?
Food, glorious food.
Moving the van, about time too!
Very ornate building, The Grand Hotel in Cartagena.
Pretty marble paving.
Heading to the harbour.
Head NEAR the harbour.
Jane hugging the sad soldier. He’s a memorial to soldiers from the Infantry Regiment ‘España 18’ by Fernando Sáenz de Elorrieta.
I think we’re being watched.