Four years ago we moved to Spain for an easier life but I can't remember ever been
this busy! I didn't even get a chance to send out the newsletter last week...probably
because I was still recovering from my trip to the
Barcelona Grand Prix!
Last weekend we met up in Grazalema with Maria de Castro and her family. If
you've never been to Grazalema then you MUST visit the next time you're over...and
if you can get Maria to show you
around then even better!! I'll post some
pics on my blog later.
Later this week we're going to be launching our blog facility so that any of our
members can have their own blog on Eye on Spain, like Lisa and Diego do at the moment.
I'll send details about this later this week including how you can use your blog
to make some extra pennies for yourself, so watch out for that email.
Our friends at Sol Channel have recently updated their latest news from Spain which
you can watch
And finally, I recently came across an interesting property management and key holding
service called Overseas Keys. They
are part of the Co-op group in the UK and offer airport based key holding services
and they have a helpful guide which you can download. Airport based key holding
services seem a really interesting proposition, do you know of any other new or
novel ideas which we can mention in the newsletter?
Anyway, enough banter
let's move on with this week's articles:
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Moving to Spain - Mark's Move To Javea
Continuing with the series of articles from Mark Eastwood of
Costa Blanca Uncovered, today he gives us an excellent insight into what's
involved in moving to Spain and why so many go back home.
Read Mark's overview...
Giving Up The Telly In Spain
If you're moving to Spain, or already living here, Susan believes you should turn
the TV off. After all, what's the point of living in Spain if you're not making
the most of it.
Read Susan's article...
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Los Guajares In Costa Tropical - A Hidden Gem!
There can't be many towns along the Spanish coasts that still offer the "real Spain"
feeling. If you're after the real Spain then Los Guajares may just be the
place for you.
Discover this hidden part of Spain...
Due to it's African climate, Tenerife has always been a favourite winter destination
but many still regard the island as a property hot spot. Apart from the weather,
what makes Tenerife special?
A Complimentary Guide From Barclays
Barclays in association with Red Guides have produced a brochure packed with information on buying in, living in or moving to Spain. You can receive a complimentary copy of the new 2008 guide by registering at:
Grab your complimentary guide to Spain...
That's all for today. Enjoy the rest of the week and see you soon.