Monthly Archives: June 2014

Alicante horse cart rally

All this week in the Marina Baixa a group of a dozen tradititional Valenciano antique horse carts have been touring around on their annual rally.  I drove over the Aitana ridge to see them drive past on today’s route from … Continue reading

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Life with the donkeys

Last Friday was the end of the school year and I have a one week break before starting a four-week July “Summer School”. I did not realise how exhausted I was at the end of the school year until I … Continue reading

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Packsaddle rides again

It was in December 2010 that my friend Barbara Reid arrived here from France driving a camper van and a trailer full of goodies, including my own stuff from storage in her barn plus a load of furniture and kitchen … Continue reading

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Donkey sanctuary to close

It was announced today that the donkey sanctuary in Nerja – south of here along the Spanish coast – will close at the end of the month. I have never visited the Nerja sanctuary but have followed the good work … Continue reading

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