Spain Buddy’s summer of the beautiful game continues with our Spanish football series as Matthew Hirtes journeys around the country’s leading clubs. This week, it’s the turn of Real Betis Balompíe.
The mere mentions of many places in Spain can create a warm and exotic feeling in people’s minds, don’t they? With the vast choice of historical Spanish cities, alluring landscapes, delicious foods and quirky festivals, Spain is one of the best places to go for a holiday.
Spain is a Mediterranean country where multicultural history and tradition are creating a special merry spirit of the people and their vitality is transferred onto the streets, in restaurants, bars…
Every year, dozens of cities around the world have something to celebrate: anniversaries, commemorations, tributes to their illustrious children, a title achieved in close combat with others. In Spain there are also many places that have something special happening in 2017. It is now time to plan trips and study destinations that should not be […]
The Spain Buddy EU poll results are now in. Thank you to those of you who took time to participate. We have examined the results and can now share them with you.
Matthew’s article this week concentrates on moving to Marinaleda, Andalucia’s power of the people
It’s no secret to my friends that I love Doctor Who. But Doctor Who, or rather his writers, love Spain too! It’s only a matter of time before the TARDIS stops off at the Spain Buddy office to pick me up for a tour of time and space. I have my toothbrush and blinged up […]
Matthew’s article this week concentrates on moving to Triana – in Seville
Karen McCann is another writer that we met through the Writers and Bloggers About Spain (WABAS) group on Facebook. Hailing from Ohio, Karen now lives in Seville. Enjoy!
A couple of weeks ago the telephone rang at Spain Buddy Heights. It was Jim Tickner, author of the book “Patch, His Pack and Dear Old Reg”.
Matthew’s article this week concentrates on moving to Los Corrales – in rural Andalucia. Enjoy! How about settling in Andalucia’s frontier country?
We have known Cat Gaa for about 18 months now, since meeting her in the Writers and Bloggers in Spain Facebook group. One of life’s nicer ladies, it is a pleasure to be able to feature her in today’s interview. If you would like to sit in our expat hotseat, then scroll down and click […]