The town of Almuñécar, Spain is full of beautiful flowers all year-long. It is so nice walking through the town and seeing all of the color from the December flowers in the winter. What a nice treat.
The Beginning 2012
We intentionally selected Almuñecar as our home, because of the proximity to both the Sea and the Mountains. We so enjoy nature and this was the best of both worlds. Little did we know, there would be so many extra bonus features. Since the first week we arrived in September, we regularly see people here in Spain.
This is the question that mystifies most, thus we are regularly asked it in one form or another. Many people don’t like to bring up the subject, especially those we know in the United States. It is socially seen as “impolite” to ask such things, but not in our eyes! Ask away. Unfortunately, there isn’t …
As any of the comparisons we share, this is just our opinion of what we have seen or experienced. If you have any data to add, please feel free to comment.
While experiencing life here in Spain, I have been very deliberate with myself, and the kids, to not sound judgmental when commenting on the way things are done in Spain. I don’t want to sound, and I don’t want the kids to sound whiney, but accept that different people do different things, or handle situations …
There is always so much beauty to discover in Almunecar Costa Tropical. Here’s a photo walk along the beach. This American moved to Spain and can help you move too.
When you are moving abroad, so much planning and preparation is involved. It is always handy to have a check list, to be sure you haven’t missed anything. Once you move abroad, that doesn’t mean the check list stops. There is even more to do to get settled into your new location. Here is a …
We have been in our rental apartment for nearly 2 weeks now and have yet to receive any snail mail.
Last Saturday, we heard some music with very loud drums coming from the restaurant down from our apartment. Something didn’t sound right, so I took a look out of the deck. Turns out, it wasn’t drums, but feet. Specifically, it was Flamenco Feet.