150,000 people will start to receive desalinated water from the Carboneras plant, after the Minister for the Environment opened the taps to allow water to flow from Carboneras to the Levante water network. The desalination plant was built several years ago in Carboneras, because that’s where the power plant is. But it was never connected to the Levante, because the water pipe that existed was designed to take water from Mojacar to Carboneras – and Continue reading Carboneras desalination plant FINALLY connected to the network, but I bet you still can’t drink the water
Whilst browsing through the local Chinese shops, I enjoy looking for tacky and slightly unpleasent souvenirs of Mojácar. I don’t buy them – why encourage them to make more?- but instead like to take a photo of them. Sadly, this year the crop has been thin. Until I came across this beauty: Next to it was a lovely little collage of photos of Mojácar, tastefully spray painted onto a bit of plastic, which was then Continue reading Souvenir of Mojácar, anyone?