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12 February 2009
Antonio takes us for a tour of his home town of Estepona - Part 1

Today we went to Estepona to meet with Antonio Rodriguez who works for Costa Advice Bureau.  Antonio gave us a really interesting tour of Estepona, telling us about the history of the town and also we discussed how the Spanish live, what they eat, and much more.  Antonio was fascinating to listen to so if you truly want to get into a Spanish mind then watch and listen to what Antonio has to say.

For more information about Costa Advice Bureau visit their website at www.costaadvicebureau.com.



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17 Comments

Steve & Jane said:
12 February 2009 @ 17:42

Great show Justin, one of the best yet. Antonio gives such a great deal of useful information in such a relaxed and interesting way. Can't wait for part 2 but as I'm in Spain next week I suppose I'll have to catch up when I get back,
Keep up the good work....Steve


stephen hutchinson said:
12 February 2009 @ 17:47

great show justin,antonio's your only man,full of information.looks like a really nice place to live,it would be great if we could get a 360degree view sometimes of the area,just to get a feel for the place you are filming,thanks a lot ---steve


chris stevens said:
12 February 2009 @ 19:22

Really enjoyed listening to Antonio on todays show,great to hear all about Estopona,looking forward to part two


Bob & Jassy said:
12 February 2009 @ 19:37

Antonio is a really interesting guy and its great to hear some of the local history. we have been spending 6 months a year in Estepona for the last 5 years, it's a great place to live.Look forward to the next part of the show.


Tricia said:
12 February 2009 @ 19:40

Thanks again for a really interesting show, can't wait to see the next Antonio episode!


Sandra said:
12 February 2009 @ 22:30

Very informative show by Antonio punctuated by Justin saying yeah, no, yeah, right, yeah, yeah, no, ok, yeah.


dr david ashby said:
13 February 2009 @ 02:01

another great show your site is excellant i recomend it all the time.
david


canaries said:
13 February 2009 @ 10:40

Just found your show & think is fab.I have an apartment close by and it makes me want to visit more often.Keep up the good work


Brian Crossin said:
13 February 2009 @ 12:09

Thanks for another top show ,it's good to get the local point of view, most interesting


Audrey said:
13 February 2009 @ 16:55

Great show, very interesting so pleased to see my favourite spot in Estepona, Place des Flores, the oranges are called seville oranges, they are very popular in the UK at the moment for marmalade making, they normally arrive in our shop Macknades in January and February. Cannot wait to see part 2. The maze of white streets and alleyways make Estepona a place to visit.


Andy said:
13 February 2009 @ 17:59

I liked seeing Justin in Estepona. The only problem is that you are making it look too nice. We live in Estepona for 6 months of the year and 6 months of the year in GB. We don't want too many other Brits down there. Let them go somewhere else. Maybe Justin and Susan could do a video on Benidorm!!!!!!!!!!!


sue said:
13 February 2009 @ 19:06

Great Show, very informative, looking forward to the next half Sue


Ricardo said:
14 February 2009 @ 09:06

How fascinating, it was very poignant for my wife and I as we used to live a few kilometres up the N340 at Hacienda Beach. Estepona was our favourite town where we shopped, ate, banked and of course went to the market in the port on Sundays. It has taken me back 20 years or more, wonderful :-)


Victor said:
14 February 2009 @ 11:33

Great work! I was born in Estepona and I've been working all my life hundreds of kilometres away from my hometown... After watching the show I know that eventually I'll be back! BTW brother, your performance was outstanding! :-)


Sue & Les said:
17 February 2009 @ 21:56

Antonio,
Lovely to hear your personal views on living in Estepona. We have only lived here for 9 years, full time and........WE LOVE IT. The local people here have always made us feel so welcome.
Muchas gracias to you and all the local people.
Les & Sue


Cary Vardu said:
01 March 2009 @ 12:23

Very nice, and interesting information from Antonio.

However,, looking at lovely promenade it would have been nice if the camera panned more away from the interview whilst the conversation continued for us to see more of the lovely esplanade and beach front, like they do on tv, but still listen to the conversation, this would be an improvement to remember next time


Cary Vardy said:
01 March 2009 @ 12:24

Very nice, and interesting information from Antonio.

However,, looking at lovely promenade it would have been nice if the camera panned more away from the interview whilst the conversation continued for us to see more of the lovely esplanade and beach front, like they do on tv, but still listen to the conversation, this would be an improvement to remember next time



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