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THE PEASANTS ARE REVOLTING

Perhaps it was the 45,000 demonstrations Amnesty International have reported took place during 2012 in Spain which has caused the government to feel that the time has come to deal with the revolting peasants.  When people are out of work, … Continue reading

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THE SPANISH PATIENT

For many years the patient was in intensive care. We were all warned that the condition may be terminal and we should not expect too much.  If there was a recovery, it would be slow and painful and what we … Continue reading

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CHRISTMAS IN SPAIN

I have always loved Christmas in Spain.  It might not be the commercial extravagance seen in America or the UK but it does last longer and is more about family and friends than the value of the gifts or the … Continue reading

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ROMAN HP SAUCE

What did the Romans do for us? Well, apart from the aqueduct, sanitation, roads, medicine, education and of course wine.  Great sketch by those masters of comedy, Monty Python, but it does illustrate just how easily we do forget what … Continue reading

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A GOOD SWIFT KICK IN THE PANTS

The Spanish property market has picked up enormously over the past 9 months.  It was like someone switching a light on in January when the whole world seemed to suddenly remember that Spain the country, with the lovely sunshine, the … Continue reading

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