A house full of hearts

Heart shaped grafitti in an abandoned house in Sagres, Algarve, Portugal
On one of my walks in Sagres, Portugal I found a house filled with hearts.

I did a lot of walking along the coastline in Sagres and on my last full day there I found an abandoned house filled with heart shaped grafitti. This was such a nice surprise, hearts are probably my favourite symbol and shape, and finding a house filled with them felt like a great gift. I saw and heard other tourists walking past the house towards a point where you had a great view of the sea, and I thought to myself that they were missing a great place. On the other hand I wanted to keep the house and moment to myself so I didn’t tell them to come in and have a look. It also felt like an art exhibition since there were poems written on the walls. A lovely place and moment, so now since I’ve left I want to share that house with the world.

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    1. It was a special moment! There’s a reel over on my Instagram: helenaisthlm with many more photos of the house, and poems. I’m multi platform you see πŸ˜‰ And I don’t post everything here, or there … so check them both out!

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      2. Thanks! But I’m still figuring out how to put everything together so it’s just one whole entity for my company. Getting there πŸ˜‰

      3. You are very welcome πŸ’―πŸ€—πŸ˜„. I didn’t by any means suggest or conclude that you were finished, I just complimented you on the way you have done things which has been conducive to your efforts thus far βœŒοΈπŸ˜„πŸ’™πŸ’™

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