|Sun hits the shore|
|A view of the capital city|
This kind of grape is more seed than flesh, so we had to consume many of the pebble-sized berries. The tangy-sweet fruit combined with salt from the sea sprays must have given us more energy, for soon we would be engaged in a war with the naked seeds as our cannons until we worked up our appetite once more. Had this been summer vacation, you would have seen many pictures of ripe fruit. I found these hidden behind some leaves.
|Sweet sea grapes|
But with a view like this, the scarcity of sea grapes were the least of my problems.
|Blessed Morning indeed!|
Different parts of the almond tree are known for many medicinal properties which you can read about at www.eattheweeds.com. In the meantime, I'm enjoying the most natural property of all: filtered sunshine.