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16 February 2009
Part 2 of Antonio's fascinating tour of Estepona and what life was like 50 years ago

In part 2 of Antonio's tour of Estepona, he reflects back over the past 50 years to tell us how life has changed in his part of Spain.  He also tells us how their food consumption has changed, what the "siesta" is all about and what the Spanish do at the beach in the summer.

A big thanks to Antonio for his time. You can find out more about Costa Advice Bureau at their website www.costaadvicebureau.com



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19 Comments

jonny said:
16 February 2009 @ 15:53

Very intersting your shows get better and better, also looks like the weather is!!


jonny said:
16 February 2009 @ 16:35

Very intersting your shows get better and better, also looks like the weather is!!


steve said:
16 February 2009 @ 17:29

Loved it. You must get Antonio on again


Brian Routledge said:
16 February 2009 @ 17:40

Hi Justin,
Just finished viewing part2 on Estepona. What an interesting and kind man Antonio comes across as. I am minded to visit Estepona when next we are over to call on him and pass on our appreciation of his input. Well done!




chris stevens said:
16 February 2009 @ 18:59

Brilliant show once again,many thanks to Antonio,oh,and Justin of course


Bob & Jassy said:
16 February 2009 @ 19:36

Antonio is such an interesting man well done Justin.


sue said:
16 February 2009 @ 21:43

Great show, very informative, you must have Antonio on again.


Tricia said:
16 February 2009 @ 23:39

can't wait to see Antonio back again with more info on spanish culture. Loved the show.
Thanks justin and Antonio!


Sue Hall said:
16 February 2009 @ 23:42

What a wonderful warm guy Antonio is. It makes visiting Estepona worthwhile, if only to meet him but of course it sounds very interesting as well so it's definitely a must next time in Spain. Thanks so much for your fabulous shows.


clayton said:
17 February 2009 @ 08:48

i enjoyed estepona and i think justins interviewing skills rearly add something to it ha ha keep on keeping on justin love it


ray ogles said:
17 February 2009 @ 10:39

One of the best shows yet.Made me want to visit Estapona next time we are over.


pamela west said:
17 February 2009 @ 10:47

I look forward to seeing your Videos,it cheers me up seeing the sunshine and it is very interesting to find out about the area, i have an apartment in Duquesa, and long to be there. Justin you are such a natural at your interviewing Antonio was very informative, look forward to the next one,brilliant.


Sue Palmer said:
17 February 2009 @ 15:22

Just returned from my Spanish lesson (in the UK) and dashed to see this episode. My house is in the Almeria region but I just love to watch this show. I thought Antonio very interesting to listen to and kind - he typifies the Spanish people I have met and the reason I love being in Spain so much.


Don Lund said:
17 February 2009 @ 16:46

Antonio is Great !!
Does he only offer his help to those in Estepona or what area does he cover?

Does it include Alhaurin?

Please interview him on a regular basis!


Audrey said:
17 February 2009 @ 18:53

Well done Antonia and Justin loved the show again , Antonia is such a mind of information and such a warm charismatic character,this show keeps me in touch with the the family I miss so much over there and works as a deeper and additional form of communication which did not exist before , thanks to you all and keep up the good work.


Anne said:
17 February 2009 @ 21:57

Really enjoyed the show.
Thanks for all your efforts.Gives a great insight into the real Spain. Much appreciated!
Don't worry about all the hi-tec stuff - we don't need it. The message is still coming through!


Myra Cecilia said:
19 February 2009 @ 09:11

Hello Don Lund.

Reference what area Antonio covers. Though we have an office in Estepona and now opening in La Cala Mijas. We try to assist our community in all areas of Spain


Patricia Dykes said:
19 February 2009 @ 15:54

Well done Justin,
Antonio is very informative, wished I could speak Spanish as well as he speaks English
Pat


Ricardo said:
20 February 2009 @ 17:58

Sitting here just outside Bedford thinking " can't wait to get over to Sapin next week"
Why the heck don't I just retire now to the sunshine.




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