The 3 Kings parade in Mojácar was an interesting affair, I’m told one of the floats ran out of fuel half way round and there was a “slight delay” whilst someone ran down to get some more. (Later note: This was a mis-communication. It actually happened in Turre! Mojácar’s went off without this hitch.) However, I’m more interested in the invitation to come and watch them issued by the tourist board on their Turismo de Continue reading 3 Kings are for Mojaqueros only, sorry
Super-union UGT not only conned the Junta de Andalucia into buying a ton of sweets for the 3 Kings procession, but they put the invoice through twice! El Mundo reports that in 2009 the union billed the Junta for “training services” but used the cash to buy a ton of sweets for the Seville three Kings procession – they had their own floats which throw sweets to all children as they pass by. Even better Continue reading UGT conned the Junta into buying a ton of sweets – twice!
From Garrucha tourism office I learn that: The Belen (nativity scene) will be inaugurated tomorrow Friday 13th at 7pm in the Plaza del Ayuntamiento. From the 3rd – 6th January there will be a Christmas Market everyday in the same Square, and the Three Kings parade sets off from the port at 8pm on the 5th, which is always good fun. Full programme as follows: PROGRAMA NAVIDEÑO 2013 ACTIVIDADES CULTURALES Y FESTIVAS DIA 13 DE Continue reading Garrucha Xmas programme