bilene was the place my parents went to spend romantic weekend as girlfriend and boyfriend back in the seventies and now i know why. aldo and i also saw it as a very romantic place. a lagoon of blue transparent water and the brightest white sand i have ever seen.
aldo had just cut his hair the night before and was still getting used to his new style… and of burning his head for the first time… i haver never been so in love!
my colleague nadia lent us her cottage at the beach and there is nothing like relaxing knowing that the view across the “street” is this…
i do not lie when i say i couldn’t open my eyes from the bright white of the sand… i was happy but i kept crying from the light
how proud does he look about his new style?
there is no beach without kids, there are no kids without music and dance in their tiny bodies. we couldn’t resist watching them dance and laugh with all their will, and they loved being filmed and photographed by us. we’d have stayed longer but we were running out of battery.
bilene was a short stay, enough to renew our love for eachother, enough to finally fish after so long, enough to be surprised about how many treasure this country hides and enough to feel that this place was a happy place for my parents. the lagoon of bilene holds many secrets, and maybe i was one of them.