Sara Alexi was born in Oxford, England. She has travelled widely and now splits her time between her home in England and a tiny rural village in the Peloponnese, in Greece, where she is (very slowly!) renovating a ruined stone farmhouse, whilst observing the Greek way of life and absorbing the culture, to enrich her vision for both writing and painting.
Animals in Vehicles
Animals are permitted in private vehicles, but must be properly restrained using appropriate harnesses or equipment.
We are still gradually piecing together the 'recent past' tense in Spanish and I finished off the last article with some rather repetitive examples. I am going to start this article with similar, but somewhat less repetitive, examples.
Compusurf have always been a champion for encouraging consumers to shop locally if at all possible rather than travelling to save a few euros.
Traffic laws must be strictly adhered to in tunnels or underpasses, with attention specifically to such matters as using headlights, observing speed and safe distance requirements and not stopping, parking, changing direction or reversing.
You will often see in the news an article referring to the losses suffered by customers who have invested in certain products sold by savings banks (ie Bankia), but what is not known is that there were other products that also made a hole in the finances of near 129,000 investors.
Teresa Hill (pseudonym of Sally Tyler Hayes) grew up on a farm in Kentucky. She was a tomboy and learned to drive a tractor and loved to climb trees.
Well hello there! Have you had a good month? Have you been busy? Have you done anything interesting? What have you done today before reading this?
MABS (Mar Menor) Race For Life Sunday 8th May
The race starts at 11am with registration from 10am at Club Nautico, Los Alcazares. Entry and sponsor forms available from the MABS shop and The Post Room, Los Alcazares. Great fun for all the family. Run, jog, walk, rollerskate, wheelchair, dog walkers, dance and any combination.
Bacon, butlers and Spanish nudists – Foreign Office reveals latest top ten bizarre requests from Brits abroad
Confused callers have looked to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) for advice on bizarre issues ranging from where to buy English bacon in Europe, how to recruit a butler in Lebanon and how to avoid nudists in Southern Spain.