|This is the front of the children's school - now adorned with Etnosur drapes|
We went at about 11 o'clock to see what was happening.
And plenty of things were!
|In the Paseo de los Alamos - strictly lo-tech games - which everyone enjoyed very much|
|Lots of concentration required...|
|...to get that little marble safely to the top!|
|Pushing wooden bowls along a narrow band with a long pole - who knew it could be such fun!|
|Workshops in the shade|
|Enjoying the clowns|
|They were funny|
|Making hats and boxes and supporting Oxfam|
|And cooling down in one of the many shower areas|
|Coming out of the shower in a glittering rainbow mist|
Later on, I went back again to listen to a choir concert and the Paseo had filled up a bit more and the music went on:
|Sounds of drumming filled the park ... the smell was less roses, more weed!|
|A colourful event, without doubt.|
|The choir was excellent and soon had us all up and dancing in the aisles.|
This is day one - in half an hour, we're off to see how the evening fares - starts around 10.30 and goes on til 4am. We might not quite last that long... I will report back!