Now that’s an ugly error page. “A team of highly trained monkeys has been dispatched to deal with this situation.” Ha. Ha. Ha.
Las Cuerdas, one of Almería’s oldest farms, which is now owned by the family who own Alsa buses, is in controversy for expanding profits and employing more workers. In the last 10 years they have gone from 50 workers to 200, housed in modern accomodation on the outskirts of the farm, and they have been praised as model employers. This year, they have sold 3,5 million euros worth of products. The controversy? They cut out Continue reading Fury as giant farm cuts out middlemen to sell to the Brits direct
Remember last years’ fuss when I revealed that Mojácar sewage farm was dumping excess sewage straight into the Rio Aguas, breaking the lagoon wall at night to allow the water (and, umm, other stuff) to escape out to see? (See: Mojacar sewage dumped straight into the sea). Well, that’s no longer a problem, according to the Authorities and sewage is no longer being pumped into the Rio Aguas. Instead, according to La Voz, it’s being Continue reading Mojacar sewage station no longer dumping into Rio Aguas
Heads up – very windy tonight as a storm sweeps over. Gusts of up to 95 kph are expected to be felt all over the province, from today until tomorrow, so tie down anything flapping on the balconey.
Imagine our excitement when the characters in the film the GF was watching yesterday PM on TVE2 mentioned Mojácar as a nice holiday destination and purchased two tickets to come here! Fair enough, it was a made for TV film, but it was a proper TVE production. And yes, the characters were a pregnant 15 year old and her best friend, running away from their strict school and parents in Galicia, so they probably just Continue reading Imagine my excitement as Mojácar was mentioned… in a real (made for TV) movie!