Well I never. Just read an interesting report about how Aguadulce owes its name to the incredibly pure springwater found in the area. Old timers remember how if you dug down in the sand on the beach you could drink the water found there. An investigation by the National Institute of Colonisation in 1960 found an underground flow of water straight from the Sierra Nevada down to the beach there, and recommended that the whole Continue reading Aguadulce→
10 adults, two toddlers and two babys were rescued by Albox firemen from a cortijo in Purchena last night, when they were cut off by rapidly rising waters in the Rio Almanzora. All are safe, but again it goes to show how dangerous these river beds can be in the middle of a storm.
Blimey. For only 15€ you can signup for a furniture restoration class at Turre town hall (Starting 3rd November), which will teach you how to polish up old gems. Wonder if it works on the wife? Sorry.
Anybody who has ever had to go through the hassle of trying to setup a company in Spain will know full well the problems, the heartache, the constant trips to the notario needed to get it going and off the ground. For example: I’ve setup a ltd company in the UK in under 24 hours, for 64GBP and over the phone. Setting up a Spanish company took me 6 months, two trips to the notario, Continue reading It’s going to be easier to setup a company!→