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Anorak moment

Okay, so this is going to be an anorak moment. A homage to train travel in Spain. On December 23, …

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The price of a marble bathroom these days…

The sierra blanca, just north of Marbella is not a protected natural park – this is the price is pays …

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Malaga Retreat

As a belated birthday gift to a friend (and a bloody good excuse to escape the coast and relax) we …

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In the fast lane

At Ascari – Ronda’s 5 star private race track – with a cool 175,000 euros membership fee. Be the first …

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Summer’s Day – Ronda

Driving through the windy lanes north of Ronda, this was the scene. Be the first to like. Like Unlike

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Andalucia Burning

Warm, dry winds from North Africa are hitting southern Andalucia. Overhead gantry signs on the motorways warn passing drivers "No …

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Artistic license

We Brits love hierarchy. I have to say, I like to feel a little special myself – a life less …

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Unicaja Málaga

Andalucians are not just passionate about bull-fighting. Basketball, or "baloncesto" is huge here! Unicaja, (as the team is known since …

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Marbella Belles

Well, I know I like to write about quaint country customs and photograph bloody trees all the time, but I …

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Some old megalithic stones…and some seriously old limestone rocks…

Antequera is now attracting increasing amounts of attention from tourists and property investors. Close to Malaga and Granada airports yet …

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