Friday, August 30, 2019
Rhodes Island - Greece - Thursday 29th of August
After breakfast we made a plastic trash collage on the terrace at Monocabin, from the plastic we collected on the beach the day before. Inspired by talented Sabine and her Instagram account @virginhoney, we were really 'surprised' how many stuff you can find on the beach within an hour. It was fun to do en also sad to discover how many plastic trash there's spread out on the apparently clean beaches here on Rhodes Island.
It was so much fun to create a 'piece of art' and also very useful to clean up the beach a bit, so we decided to tidy up the beach in Ialysos today again while we walked along the shore. Unfortunately, waste separation is still rarely done in Greece.
Once more we enjoyed a blissful day on the beach, with our daily Greek lunch with view on the Aegean Sea. Swimming in the sea, showering on the beach, sunbathing on our sunbeds with the faded colored parasol, reading, lazing and relaxing until sunset.
Geplaatst door wood & wool stool op 6:54 AM
Labels: aegean sea, august, beach, beach combing, beach trash, couleurs locales, greece, ialysos, monocabin, plastic, rhodes, rhodes island, summer, summer holidays, travel, travel photography, virgin honey
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