Project 365 2017 Week 30-32

Project 365 2017 Week 30-32

Project 365 2017 Week 30-32 Day 204 – 224 – wishing we’d bought the Spanish sun back in our suitcase! Sunday 23rd July –  Day 204 We had a quiet day at home, Brewster decided to chill out in the garden as you do. Monday 24th July – Day 205 A bit… Continue reading »

Project 365 2017 Week 6-7

Project 365 2017 Week 6

Project 365 2017 Week 6-7 Day 36 – 49 Sunday 5th Feb  – Day 36 After a rather stressful week, a quiet family day was in order. We finally got to order our carpet and flooring and just need to organise fitting dates.  The fitters want completely bare floors when they arrive… Continue reading »

Project 366 2016 Week 29-30

Letter to a 7 year old

Project 366 2016 Week 29-30 Day 199-212 – A week at home and a week in Spain. Sunday 17th July – Day 199 We’d been invited to Hollywood Bowl for a lunchtime bowling session.  Afterwards we headed to Kirtlington Quarry, somewhere we’d only heard of recently.  What a little gem and… Continue reading »

A Spanish themed Christmas

A Spanish themed Christmas

One of the hardest times of the year to live away from family when you have children, is Christmas.  When Monkey was smaller it was much easier to hop on a plane to Spain before the school holiday prices kicked in, and spend Christmas with Granny and Gramps. Sadly this… Continue reading »

El Torcal de Antequera #CountryKids

El Torcal de Antequera

I’ve visited Andalusia a lot of times since my parents emigrated over 10 years ago and visited at various times of the year.   We’ve travelled near and far, enjoying the sights of Cordoba and Granada, seen the apes in Gibraltar and walked up the Giralda in one of my… Continue reading »

The B&W Photography Project Week 51 #bwphotoproject

The B&W Photography Project Week 51

The B&W Photography Project Week 51 with PODCast and today I’m taking you back to Spain this week and another of Monkey’s obsessions – wind turbines! He likes looking at wind turbines in England, but his interest is nothing compared to when we arrive in Spain.  The drive up to my parents from Malaga… Continue reading »