Monthly Archives: May 2011

A Long Hard Slog

Spanish Steps – Travels With My Donkey by Tim Moore A Review by Robert Bovington This post has moved to my “Books about Spain” blog:- http://bovingtonbooksaboutspain.wordpress.com/2011/06/17/a-long-hard-slog/ Advertisements

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Córdoba

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White Towns of Andalusia (Pueblos Blancos de Andalucía)

The White Towns of Andalusia by Robert Bovington This post has been updated click on link to view the latest post on this beautiful region of Spain… https://bovingtoninspain.wordpress.com/2012/04/13/the-white-towns-of-andalusia/ Ronda – Tajo Bridge

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Bayárcal

by Robert Bovington Bayárcal is the highest village in the Almeriense Alpujarras at over 4000 feet. The village is surrounded by an oak forest and nearby are groves of chestnut, pine and cherry. In October, the local villagers can be … Continue reading

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Puerta Verde de Roquetas de Mar

For a delightful stroll use the Puerta Verde de Roquetas de Mar. La Puerta Verde is a short route between Roquetas and Aguadulce that enables beach users, walkers and cyclists to enjoy use of the Cañada Real de la Costa … Continue reading

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The Indalo Man

by Robert Bovington Go into any gift or souvenir shop in the city of Almería or the tourist resorts of Roquetas de Mar and Mojácar and you will find key rings, thimbles, teaspoons and even jewellery – all bearing the … Continue reading

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Federico García Lorca

by Robert Bovington “A poet never gets shot” – Federico García Lorca Federico García Lorca was born in the village of Fuente Vaqueros, Granada in 1898. He is considered by many people to be the greatest Spanish poet and playwright … Continue reading

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