Blue City



56 thoughts on “Blue City

  1. I did not know they did that to a village in Spain just for a movie. This village is not that one however, this is Jodhpur India and it’s a fascinating place to visit. Thank you for commenting on this post, hope to hear from you again.

  2. I love the point of view, and I am wondering is this some sort of the town’s rule to paint all the building in blue 😀

    • Hello, thanks for stopping by my blog & having a look at my photo’s. In answer to your question, I don’t think it’s a rule as much as it has become a tradition. It is beautiful place to visit- Jodhpur India. Hope to speak to you again.

  3. Some people I met while travelling went to the blue city – Jodhpur. I decided to go the pink city – Jaipur, but it turned out to be more dirty than pink. Still, I can’t complain, because I had great times with a Japanese girl I met there.

    • I’m glad it all worked out in the end. Perhaps you’ll get a chance to hit the Blue City in the future? Love the story, very happy to have you comment on my blog. All the best.

      • I wasn’t either , until recently

        here’s a video that has me dying to go here:

        and I won’t be surprised if you are on a plane to Morocco soon to get here 🙂

      • You are right, if I could, I’d be packing my bags right now to go. What a beautiful and peaceful looking place, I’d love to capture some moments here. Can’t thank you enough for passing along this video 🙂

  4. Great photo. Beautiful place. I want to visit so many places… Thanks for sharing!
    By the way, The Smurf Spanish village is Juzcar in the county of Malaga. But the truth is they paint the village in blue because it was a cheap paint! and not because of the film.

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