Thomas Cook has re-launched Mojácar as a “clubbing destination” according to their advert here. “Book a clubbing holiday in Costa Almeria today and get ready to party like you’ve never partied before!” screams the webpage.”Thomas Cook offer a wide range of options for you to stay on your Costa Almeria clubbing holiday, so you can crash at night (or the next morning) in a comfortable place that won’t cost the earth.” Despite the exciting text, Continue reading Come clubbing to Mojacar, says Thomas Cook! No, not really.
The new Minister for the Economy, Luis de Guindos, has said today that Spain is currently in a recession, and is likely to continue with negative growth at least until the middle of 2012. The shocking admission from the new government comes as it prepares the nation for a massive, sweeping round of cuts this Friday 30th. Rajoy has said he will cut some 16,5 billion euros from the budget for next year, freeze salaries Continue reading Spain “is in a new recession” admits new government
There’s an interesting exhibition currently going on at the Garrucha cultural centre, in which local journalist Manuel León is exhibiting 400 portraits of random citizens of Garrucha from over the last 150 years. It’s part of the celebrations of Garrucha’s 150 years as an independent town, and the idea is to reconnect Garrucheros with familiar faces from the past, the “true history” of the village, as Manuel puts it. Simple faces of simple people, they Continue reading Garrucha celebrates the people of its past