The Civil War in Turre

See that tiny little pole thingy just in front of the electric pylon? Here’s a close up. Do you know what it is yet? It’s a memorial. Shall I tell you what it says? “Here he gave his life for GOD and for SPAIN, the martyr D. Florencio Lopez Ejea, Priest of Turre, early one morning between the 16th and 17th of August of 1936, HERE.” Or, in Spanish, “Aqui dio su vida por DIOS Continue reading The Civil War in Turre

Bodegas Fuente Victoria

I have just returned from the A.V. Los Moralicos (website) (Los Moralicos Neighbours Association) sampling of traditional recipies , held at Tio Pacos hotel cum restaurant (isn’t open yet, just for special occasions as it doesn’t technically have all the licenses) on the old Turre – Los Gallardos road, just past the first bridge. Lovely place, by the way. I hope he gets all the licenses. While I was there -stuffing my already fat face Continue reading Bodegas Fuente Victoria