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- Voting In Spain 2 days ago We just had some big elections here in southern Spain. Well, I say big. I mean, typical. Governments in, governments out. Do we really care who’s in charge? Well, but anyways, apolitical though I am, I do care up to a teentsy tiny point who’s in charge. So I decided to do something unusual and...
- Blood Is Thicker Than Water 2 weeks ago I was feeling quite sad because there are always things all over the place to remind me of what I had and don’t have anymore. Right now father’s day is coming up (here in Spain), so I am reminded all the time that I don’t really have a father anymore. The same thing when mother’s […]
- Canada vs. US vs. Spain 3 weeks ago I was just reading through expat blogs by Americans in Spain, and one of the things that most struck me, unbelievable though it might seem, was the differences between Americans and Canadians! Now, you might find that a bit weird, considering that, you would expect, the differences between Spain...
- One Sunday in February - Massacre on the Road to Almeria 2 months ago One nefarious day in February 78 years ago, over half the population of Malaga fled to the countryside, down the long and difficult seaside road to Almeria that was their only escape route. Behind them, the invading troops of General Franco, already crowing victory. And on all sides, Italian,...
- Stronger Than Steel / Plus Fort Que L'Épée 3 months ago I’m usually quite apolitical, to the point that I usually don’t even know who is in power anywhere at any given moment. But I wanted to say: Perhaps we are only bloggers, and not many people read us. But I want to say to all bloggers out there: Keep blogging. Keep exercising your right to […]
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06:36 AM November 12, 2012
Living in the city of Málaga, it´s always good to get an urban view of life in southern Spain. The Seas of Mintaka tells it like it is - and gives us an insight into her everyday life with her children. Great photos too!