Cape Vidal has pristine beaches and when the weather is good, as it was while we were there, it is really stunning!
While we walked along the beach, Rina's mobile rang and she answered it. While she talked to her caller, she suddenly - using her foot - started to draw a circle, then another and then another in the sand. No sooner had she added the rectangle and the half-moon at the end, and a two couples of semi-retirees arrived on the scene. Exclaiming that the blocks were far too wide, each of the two ladies took turns hopping through the pattern. Then their men did the same. Much laughter, wheezing and spluttering followed. Then us and them, total strangers, wished each other well and said goodbye!
The men enjoyed hopping along to a childhood game almost forgotten!
Grant, who'd never heard of the game Hopscotch (where DID you grow up, darling?), took his turn at hopping along without touching the lines! Rina was telling whoever had phoned her that people passing by were enjoying the game she had inadvertently created on the beach!
No seaside holiday would be complete without a photo of two grannies sunning on the beach
I hope you're all having the greatest week ever!