So just like humans and hospitals, they don't wanna go either lol
Also is that a real giraffe in there? I'm sure it must be like a giraffe lookalike coatstand or something but I've lost my glasses again so no not 100% sure..
Author and photographer Richard Ross sought these shelters out during his travels and documented them for his project, "Waiting for the End of the World." These impressive structures transformed over the years into tourist attractions, comfortable living spaces, and even a night club. They look a lot better than you'd expect from places where people would wait out the end of the world.."
Jose, known affectionately as Josete by locals in his native Palma, spent 25 years living on the street. Salva Garcia, owner of La Salvajeria hair salon, invited Jose to come and get cleaned up. When they uncovered the mirror to show him his freshly trimmed beard and lush brown hair, he began to sob. "My God... Is this me?" He exclaims in a video of the transformation produced by the salon.
Brimming with joy, Jose hit the town. Locals who were used to his former appearance gasped in shock, shouting compliments from afar. La Salvajeria has since revealed to Spanish TV stations that Jose is now receiving financial assistance from an unnamed company and is off the streets. "It wasn't just a change of look. It changed my life," he told reporters."
Villafane only began sand sculpting in 2008 after accepting a challenge in Jesolo, Italy. Despite not having any experience working with the medium, he wowed viewers with his exceptional craft, and since then has received invitations from all over the world to take on new sand sculpting projects."