We were walking around in a small town called Campo Mayor in eastern Portugal and Kamiel started to play a funny tune in a playground, taking the squeaking of Miru’s swing as a metronome he could blissfully ignore 🙂
The name Miru means ‘Big Field’ in Korean – just like ‘Campo Mayor’ in Portuguese.
July 15. We started traveling with one van (MC1) and stayed a few nights at a lake in eastern Portugal. The heat was bearable because of the cool water, the shade of the trees and the funny faces of Miru. We swam in the lake and Kamiel played violin on top of the van – a first public rehearsal without much public except for the birds and a group of bearded bikers.