Friday, June 6, 2008

CREOULA, ME GUSTAS TU!!!

Today's photo (which I downloaded from the internet) is also Take 4 for Anna Carson's [PROJECT BLUE]. It depicts our beautiful Portuguese Sail Training Tall Ship [CREOULA], to whom I dedicated the song by Manu Chao, surrounded by Blue!... Here go the lyrics of the second music now playing at Rádio Atlântico Azul:
«Me gustan los aviones, me gustas tu. Me gusta viajar, me gustas tu. Me gusta la mañana, me gustas tu. Me gusta el viento, me gustas tu. Me gusta soñar, me gustas tu. Me gusta la mar, me gustas tu. Que voy a hacer, je ne sais pas... Que voy a hacer? Je ne sais plus. Que voy a hacer? Je suis perdu. Que horas son, mi corazon? Me gusta la moto, me gustas tu. Me gusta correr, me gustas tu. Me gusta la lluvia, me gustas tu. Me gusta volver, me gustas tu. Me gusta marihuana, me gustas tu. Me gusta colombiana, me gustas tu. Me gusta la montaña, me gustas tu. Me gusta la noche, me gustas tu. Que voy a hacer? Je ne sais pas... Que voy a hacer? Je ne sais plus. Que voy a hacer? Je suis perdu. Que horas son, mi corazon?... Me gusta la cena, me gustas tu. Me gusta la vecina, me gustas tu. Me gusta su cocina, me gustas tu. Me gusta camelar, me gustas tu. Me gusta la guitarra, me gustas tu. Me gusta el regaee, me gustas tu. Que voy a hacer? Je ne sais pas. Que voy a hacer? Je ne sais plus. Que voy a hacer? Je suis perdu... Que horas son, mi corazon?... Me gusta la canela, me gustas tu. Me gusta el fuego, me gustas tu. Me gusta menear, me gustas tu. Me gusta la Coruña, me gustas tu. Me gusta Malasaña, me gustas tu. Me gusta la castaña, me gustas tu. Me gusta Guatemala, me gustas tu. Que voy a hacer? Je ne sais pas. Que voy a hacer? Je ne sais plus. Que voy a hacer? Je suis perdu... Que horas son, mi corazon?...»
This is one of the two musics by Manu Chao I've just added to Radio Atlântico Azul. I hope you like it. Well, and of course I'm thinking about [Creoula]... hehehe!!! Have a nice day!!!

17 comments:

Rambling Round said...

Pretty as a painting!

George Townboy said...

Great project blue entry!!

caniche vagabundo said...

Parabéns, Creoula!

Estás mesmo "guapa" na fotografia aqui ao lado!
A mi me gusta... ai que ricas! Muy hermosas, las niñas marineras, la perra y la chica Sailor girl!

George Townboy said...

You'll enjoy today's Portland (Ore) Daily Photo post.

Sailor Girl said...

Caniche Vagabundo, és un perro muy precioso!!! Cariño mio, la Kukita te manda una patada!!!
La perra que puedes ver ao lado no es la Isis, pero la «Giba», la perra del Creoulito de mio corazón! Canichito, me gustas mucho!!! LOOOOLLLL

Sailor Girl said...

THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR COMMENTS!!

Louis la Vache said...

"Louis" always enjoys these sailing ships.
Here is one in San Francisco.

To fog or not to fog: that is the question.

Bob-kat said...

What a gorgeous sailing ship! A great pic for project blue :)

Small City Scenes said...

She's a beauty. MB

Sailor Girl said...

You are ALL wonderful!!! THANK YOU!!!!

Louis la Vache said...

More historic ships on San Francisco Bay:
Submarine!

The Tolling of the Boats (Pampanito, again).

More on the Tolling of the Boats ceremony.

Red Oak Victory

Yet to come is the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Hornet. If you click on the website for the Pampanito and explore at bit, you can find photos of the British and Australian POWs the Pampanito rescued from the South China Sea in September, 1944.

"Louis" thanks you for visiting San Francisco Bay Daily Photo.

ptowngirl said...

A beautiful majestic ship!

ptowngirl
HamptonRoadsDailyPhoto.com

Carletta said...

Lovely image! I have admired this shot for sometime on Kissimmee.
Great for project blue.

d´Agolada said...

Bonita foto. Unha aperta.

Sailor Girl said...

Apertas a todos!
Thank you all!
Obrigada a todos!!!

Louis la Vache said...

"Louis" thanks you for the Lisbon twin link! "Louis" has added your blog to his list of links in the right sidebar.

Louis la Vache said...

"Louis" just posted about the Normandy Invasion. Also, you might like this older post on one of "Louis's" other blogs about the Queen Mary.

While we are on the subject of ships, here's the Normandie and here is the Dawn Princess