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Postcards from Andalusia - Ronda

Ronda is a small town of about 35 000 inhabitants located in the mountains of Malaga province. The old town, dating from the Moorish era, and the new town, 15th century (gotta love what they call new around here) are separated by a dramatic gorge. 651 more words

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As Catalan Separatist Trials Begin in Madrid, Pro-Independence Groups in Barcelona Organize

Tuesday, February 12 marked the beginning of the
federal trial of 12 Catalan separatists who face charges of sedition, nine of
which are also accused of rebellion and misuse of public funds. 702 more words


Who needs Love Island when you have ITV's Ibiza Weekender?

Oh, to be 18 again and off to Ibiza for the weekend with a suitcase full of inappropriately high legged Boohoo swimsuits.

There is a way to relive those teenage holidays gone by and ignore the frankly disgusting February weather without getting on a plane, with the best reality show going – ITV2’s Ibiza Weekender. 907 more words


I Was Too Young to Die (Part 1 of 2)

The roads had a capacity for treachery and the mountains appeared complicit. Several times we had been here, gambling on the mercy of mother nature, but this was the storm season and she always forbade us entrance to the sea.  424 more words


Galleria Alberto Sordi, Rome of course!

So here I am back at Rome, ok this is a big city we criss cross it with buses, metro, and lots of walks, long distances to soak in and see up close as much as possible. 459 more words


A quick salad for a sunny day in winter

On one of those winter days that feels like July, when the thought of hot food is overwhelming but the fridge is lacking salad ingredients, I rustled together this Jamie Oliver lunch dish. 395 more words