Now, I know that there isn’t much to do in Valladolid, but this takes the biscuit. A local restaurant owner has taken things a bit further in his attempt to get stag parties and corporate dos in: he’s built a football field cum bullring. So the teams play football while bulls run around trying to gore them. Half the teams are bullfighting, half the team playing football. Until you see it on TV you won’t Continue reading Futbol Vaca
Today, the Diputacion de Almeria decided to freeze all public salaries for next year and approved a “plan of austerity” for the public sector to save money in the current economic downturn. Later that day, the Ayuntamiento de Almeria decided to spend 2 million euros expropiating two fincas to extend the Paseo Maritimo, a project that is currently on hold and may never be carried out. A further point against expropiating these fincas is that Continue reading Two decisions taken today in Almeria…
I have been informed that as from Wednesday 1st of October the Argentian steakhouse in Turre will be closing its doors for good.
An interesting magazine arrives, called the “Costa del Sol Action Group”. Not sure why it’s in Costa Almeria, but, hey. It’s the magazine for a group of ripped off investors from the Marbella region who have organised themselves into an effective fighting force against the scammers. And if it’s on the level, then about time too. Lots of interesting information about unregistered financial companies in the area. PIck up a copy or look at their Continue reading Costa del Sol Action Group Magazine