The Administration is on strike today. Civil servants, annoyed at a 5% pay cut (they get paid 14 times a year and can’t be fired) are striking to ensure the protection of their “human rights”. Good lads. Stick up for yourselves. Meanwhile, we in the real world will keep on worrying about the fact that Spain is bankrupt and no longer attractive to tourists.
Here’s an exciting bit of news for once. Local company Ecologic Tesur Cars has applied to build its new electric car factory in Huercal Overa (of all places). The company, which is designing its new car with the help of the University of Almeria and the Uni of Cuidad Real, expects to produce around 30,000 electric vehicles a year and employ some 300 people. The company has warned that it is still considering locating the Continue reading Spain’s first electric car factory to open in Huercal Overa
A recent survey by consumer group OCU of 150 airports across the world (10,000 people were asked about their experiences) shows that Almería airport is as bad as Mexico City airport, or Rio de Jainero airport, for theft from luggage. What isn’t explained is if this means that Almeria is surprisingly high in thefts, or Mexico city astoundingly low. But it seems that around 7% of passengers to LEI can expect to complain about missing Continue reading Almeria airport as bad as Mexico city for theft of luggage