I wrote a generally very well received post a few months ago called 10 Things You Should Be Doing Every Day in Spain. (See it at the link… go on I can wait… just make sure to come back here later) It basically glorified a few aspects of living that will make your life in Spain much better than if you don’t do them at all. Anyway, as I said generally it was very well received and shared all over […]
YOU COME TO SPAIN FOR A LIFESTYLE CHANGE IN GENERAL BUT THEN A LOT OF PEOPLE LAPSE INTO THEIR OLD HABITS FROM BACK HOME, WATCHING TOO MUCH TV, NOT GOING OUT AND NOT BEING OPEN TO NEW EXPERIENCES. HOWEVER FOR THOSE WHO INTEGRATE INTO THE COUNTRY THERE ARE THINGS THAT THEY DO MOST EVERY DAY AND HERE IS A LIST OF TEN OF THEM THAT WILL MAKE YOU FEEL MUCH MORE LIKE YOU ARE LIVING IN SPAIN AND BEING A […]
A video post about Entrepreneurs in Spain at the weekend
Last year I wrote a post which became quite popular about 51 things I learnt selling Spanish property in 2011. You can read it here. This year I decided to repeat it. However I thought I would only do 25 this year as I might not have learnt so much. Nevertheless, when I got round to writing it (Actually dictating it into Siri then sending it to myself) I found that the lessons just kept on flowing. So instead of […]
The blog has been neglected recently as I have been elsewhere, writing elsewhere that is. I haven’t put up much new stuff here recently because I am finding that a lot of the things I am writing about are not massively relevant for this blog. However I will still be producing stuff for this blog in the future. I have a few follow ups for the “Battle For Spanish Society” trilogy coming up although unlike Star Wars they will not be prequels, they will be concrete steps that the country needs to take to get out of the hole where it finds itself at the moment.
It has been a hard week in Spain, a very hard week.
Spain has asked for a bailout more or less, the Valencian community has today asked for a bailout from Spain and I know a lot of people who would love their part of the bailout from the Valencian Community.
It has been hot, stifling at times, and the unremitting bad news has come at Spain every day, but what the hell right,