Mostly tuckered out / Mayormente cansado

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We’ve finally reached the endof Fuengirola’s International Fair parade. I’m a bit tuckered out, too. But Lulu is meeting us this morning for coffee, so I’ll perk up. I plan to wear my Coney Island socks (click here) and maybe my Australian Morphsuit (see below).


Por fin hemos llegado al final del desfile de Fuengirola a la Feria Internacional de los Paises. Yo también estoy un poco cansado. Pero Lulu se reunirá con nosotros esta mañana para tomar un café, así que me animaré. Planeo usar mis calcetines de Coney Island (haz clic aquí) y tal vez mi Morphsuit australiano (ver más abajo).

• Two Australians show up in these ugly (IMHO) Morphsuits every year. They’re one-size-fits-all (or not). See the next images for 2018 and 2019.
• Dos australianos aparecen en estos feos (en mi humilde opinión) Morphsuits cada año. Son de talla única (o no). Ver la siguiente imagenes para 2018 y 2019.

• Check out the baby in the stroller (pram). (Saci Pererê is a character in Brazilian folklore who can disappear and reappear wherever he wishes.)
• Echa un vistazo al bebé en el cochecito. (Saci Pererê es un personaje del folclore brasileño que puede desaparecer y reaparecer donde quiera).

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Author: Moving with Mitchell

From Brooklyn, New York; to North Massapequa; back to Brooklyn; Brockport, New York; back to Brooklyn... To Boston, Massachusetts, where I met Jerry... To Marina del Rey, California; Washington, DC; New Haven and Guilford, Connecticut; San Diego, San Francisco, Palm Springs, and Santa Barbara, California; Las Vegas, Nevada; Irvine, California; Sevilla, Spain. And Fuengirola, Málaga..

21 thoughts on “Mostly tuckered out / Mayormente cansado”

    1. Joycee:
      I was disappointed with my photos. Wrong camera setting and not the best location. But I’m pleased you were able to get the idea.

  1. Thank you for taking us along to the parade, it was great fun. You should get a furry onesie, maybe a big cat. It would leave an impression.

    1. David:
      I’d be much too warm. That’s why I’m leaning toward a Morphsuit.

    1. Bob:
      Aren’t those stars and the company name bizarrely placed? I found much better ones online — that I’ll never war.

    1. Kelly:
      I know! I want that bull, too. Imagine a whole chorus line of us.

    1. Jim:
      In looking back at earlier years, it’s not quite what it once was. But the fair was “of the Pueblos” before and now it’s “International,” so maybe they don’t accept some of local bands. They were fun.

    1. Jon:
      It sure is a nice place to be. I sometimes have to remind myself how lucky I am.

  2. I wonder how they decide who gets to wear the Morphsuits? And why are they called Morphsuits? They don’t appear to morph anyone’s body in any way. In fact, if anything, they highlight all the flaws!

    1. Steve:
      I don’t know how the company came up with the name. They have much more interesting (and attractive) items on their website. The Australian flag one is the worst, I think, especially with that crotch-placed star and logotype.

  3. Love the inflatable bull costume! They should get 50 runners to suit up in those and have a real running of the bulls….

    1. Tundra Bunny:
      I would LOVE to be one of those in the bull costume. What a blast. But I don’t think they’re cheap.

    1. Kirk:
      That person was very odd. When not shushing, he somberly stared directly as the people he passed. He was pushing the amp and coolers. Maybe he knew about the sleeping baby coming up.

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