I hate coaches, I’ve always hated travelling by coach. So much so I’ve not used a coach to get anywhere since I was a student. In dog, and even in human years that’s quite a long time ago!
You’ve probably never heard of the lost village of La Cañada de San Antonio, nor had we until recently when our friend José mentioned it. This place has quite a story to it!
Every now and then we are offered books relevant to Spain to review, the latest was the DK Eyewitness Travel Guide Spain. We’ve been sat on it for a while as I wanted to test the book out.
The Ayuntamiento of our small town is no slouch when it comes to promoting Vélez-Blanco in Almería as a “slow tourism” destination being ideally placed on the edge of the Sierra de María-Los Vélez Natural Park.
By now you have probably seen the video ‘Holland Second’ where the Dutch Government (actually it’s a comedy show that made the video) appeal to Donald Trump after America First to place Holland Second (in his own voice and using his own warped logic).
Having recently been introduced to the Revolut card and app we can’t sing its praises highly enough! It’s already saving us quite a bit of money already. Whether you live in Spain or are travelling here (or anywhere else in the world for that matter) the convenience and savings over conventional banking services are quite […]
Congratulations to Li Na Ngan, the winner of the Spain Buddy 2016 travel photography competition with this image of the Northern Lights taken in Fairbanks, Alaska. The image, along with seventeen other finalists selected by the judges, gained the most public votes on our Facebook page.
All over Spain and the rest of the world these ‘so called ‘love locks’ are coming to be a real problem. If you’re not familiar with the concept, it’s where (usually tourists) clamp cheap padlocks bearing their names to any suitable structure (for example: chains along the seafront, bridges and railings etc.) en masse creating […]
No, we’re not talking Catalan independence here in saying goodbye to Barcelona… we’re talking climate change. Here’s a simulation of what Europe might look like after the estimated rise in sea levels of 216 feet if all the ice melted.
If you read the Daily Mail, the Daily Express or other similar rags you may well have been misled thinking that Europe hates us. It’s simply not true.
It may come as a surprise to those who know me that we now have a product in our office that has a name beginning with a lower case ‘i’. (No it’s not an Apple product. I haven’t had an epiphany. I still consider Apple products over-hyped, over-priced and overly-proprietary.) To be specific it’s the […]
Back in our days in Lanzarote, we ran a forum on our Canary Nightlife website. It used to be a very busy forum at one time, but just ticks along quietly now because many of the old regulars have migrated to Social Media. We keep it running though, largely for sentimental reasons because through it […]