quite literally, he was blocking the door. I politely tapped him on the shoulder and asked him to move aside, and as he swung round and glared at me I did a double take.
He was there chatting to Martin Soler (Innovacion), Luciano Alonso (Turismo), Usuero from the Diputacion and a few local mayors. Had I been a suicide bomber I could have done quite a bit of damage.
Couple of swarthy looking fellas in suits stepped forwards, so I muttered my apologies and scarped. I was going to ask for an autograph but as soon as he realised I was a furriner he seemed to blank me.
He was in Mojácar (the Parador) presenting a new €90,000 marketing campaign for the village. (I had a ticket, sent personally to me from Almería Conserjeria de Turismo, since I’m an important businessman 🙂 ). The money will be spent on a little TV ad that will be broadcast on local TV across Andalucia and some of the neighbours. A couple of journalists also get a free holiday in Mojacar.
Yadda yadda, aren’t we great, vote PSOE you ungrateful little Almerienses.
only 90,000 on marketing for Mojacar???? think they need to quadruple that figure!
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