Con Jamón Spain

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Con Jamón Spain
Some time in Andalucia (by con jamón spain) A couple from London now living in Órgiva, southern Spain for at least a year. About our experiences but also a guide to the town and local area - and other parts of Andalucia.
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  • Restaurante Asador Parque - Lanjarón 1 week ago The sleepy and genteel town of Lanjarón is peppered with both fountains and bars, several of which we visit regularly. A favourite over the last year is Restaurante Asador Parque on the road out of town, in the direction of Granada. We watched its construction and thought ‘not another...
  • Getting hot under el cuello 3 weeks ago Late July and it’s been a cruel, cruel summer…so far. Enough sweat has already been expelled from our bodies to fill an English village pond (we’ve written about the heat before). Unable to simply hang up their fur coats like Zsa Zsa Gabor in a Bel Air restaurant, the cats have found their...

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