Evening walk – the other view

I wrote about my Sunday evening walk over on Itchy Feet. Well, actually I didn’t so much write about it as post up some photos.

It was a pleasant walk and I didn’t feel like adding my moans to that post.

So here they are instead.

After leaving the gardens I turned down to go down past some blocks of flats.

On the one side of the road was a pleasant leafy green shady spot, that seemed to be the local rubbish dump.

Two complaints here:

1) Obviously. Why are people so disrespectful of their environment that they just thrown things over the fence for it to sit there endlessly.

2) What’s wrong with the government clearing it up? Oh. I know. It’s not on the tourist route. So if the residents choose to make their own environment into an urban rubbish dump, they have to live with it.

Going further down the road, I noticed an overgrown cemetery. I’ve been down the road before, just never noticed the cemetery.

Even I can’t blame scruffy locals for this, so it is just a shame that whoever does have responsibility for the burial ground lacks either the resources or the motivation to keep it tidy.


About roughseasinthemed

I write about my life as an English person living in Spain and Gibraltar, on Roughseas, subjects range from politics and current developments in Gib to book reviews, cooking and getting on with life. My views and thoughts on a variety of topics - depending on my mood of the day - can be found over on Clouds. A few pix are over on Everypic - although it is not a photoblog. And of course my dog had his own blog, but most of you knew that anyway. Pippadogblog etc
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One Response to Evening walk – the other view

  1. Anonymous says:

    Leaving litter about just shows a total disrespect for the place you live in imho. Yet, although where we are is beautiful too, litter is everywhere. But not in the bins provided.And an overgrown cemetery is one of the saddest sights of all.LGWAC


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