It closed during the lockdown, or confinement as we called it in France, but now is as crowded as it was in previous summers.
This picture captures the bohemian spirit of Esperaza.
|Yes, that is a cornucopia hat on his head as he carries his instrument. You might assume a guitar, |
but don't, because it could be a Medieval stringed instrument that you don't know.
Earl and I wear masks when we're walking around but not when we are sitting at a cafe. We especially wanted to wear our masks when an influx of British people began visiting this area of the country. I would feel the same way if a bunch of Americans came to visit. Coronavirus isn't under control in those two areas of the world.
|This man plays the banjo while waiting to sell jams, oils and breads|
|Guess what he is selling? Baskets, so he might as well work on one while he's waiting for customers.|
|The material in this booth is amazing.|
|Here you can buy handmade hats, headbands, necklaces, knickknacks. |
We bought Grace some fancy gloves from here before Christmas.
|We walk over a bridge going to and from the market. The town has just added flowers to the bridge.|
|Here you can see the various people headed across the bridge to Esparaza|