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Granada isn´t your average expat city. It seems that expats who come here are looking for something a little different. There is no beach nearby, the city is historical and full of culture. It´s not simple to get things done

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Moving abroad can sometimes challenge us in different ways. I find it comforting to know that once in a while I can meet up with people like me who took the plunge and moved away from their home country. The

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As you may already know, living abroad can be tricky. Far more complicated than a Place in the Sun make out anyway… You can often find yourself in odd situations. Some of these Expat Anecdotes appeared on my blog last month. Click here

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Sometimes retail therapy is the best way to add a little sparkle to a dreary day. Here are a few of the shops that I tend to head to when I want to look at shiny new things and window shop. Here are five

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Living abroad you can find yourself in odd situations. I shared one of these stories on my blog a while ago, on this post about Village life . Although that anecdote is just one of many after fifteen years abroad, I

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In Spain Summer has well and truly arrived. In the evening there´s nothing nicer that finding a cool outdoor terrace or beach bar to enjoy the fresh breeze after a long hot day. Sipping on a freshly made Mojito in

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  A 15 minute Radio Interview to listen online. Talking about living the dream,  expat life in Spain sounds perfect. Does it live up to expectations? Click on the play arrow below to listen now: Listen to internet radio with

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Lovely local produce & crafts. Great gifts from Andalusia. The No.1 question I´m asked is how to get Alhambra tickets. The 2nd most popular question is What is a typical souvenir from Granada or Andalusia ? Personally I prefer to recommend things that I would really

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The town of Santa Fé, to the west of Granada is famous for its Pionono cakes. Everyone associates the name of Santa Fé with this typical Granada cake. But it is also known historically for the Capitulations of Santa Fé

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After moving from Barcelona down to Granada in 2006. I was learning about Southern Spain. Initially after the move I was living in the centre of Granada. At that time I was happily settling in to my new Andalusian life

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