John McDonald did do a blog post about it, but his pictures were too large for me to share with you here, but this morning, again on Facebook, PortoViejo tourism posted these.
They had a stage with music, and dancers of Manabi, and quite the shindig from what I hear. They only had til about 4 when high tide would probably take all this away, but til then fun was had!
The flyer had said there would be two sculptures, but I guess they had enough sand for more, not sure who was working on them, but they did a good job.
Casa WF in the background, across the river.
And the favorite of the day was this one, with bonus water and greenery. This week has been a holiday, with kids out of school, so the tourism department picked a good day for it. It was a great crowd.
Growing up at the beach in Southern California, I've seen some sand sculptures, this brought back some fond, although faint memories. It's true, you can take the girl from the beach, but not the beach from the girl...and here I am, back at the beach. Stay tuned, the adventure continues!