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Life in Culebrón is a very British view of life in a small village in Alicante province, my experience of Spain, of Spaniards and sometimes of the other Britons who live nearby. The tabs beneath the header photo link to other blogs written whilst I was living in other parts of Spain, to my articles written for the now defunct TIM magazine and to my most recent photo albums.

Friday, December 22, 2006

Well, at least we didn't lose

It was "el Gordo" today, the National State Christmas lottery. There were 180 series of 85,000 tickets on sale. Each ticket costs 200€ but they are sold in tenths of a ticket at 20€ per pop. The biggest prize is only 3 million euros (so you'd only win a tenth of that if you bought, as is usual, one of the 20 euro vouchers) but there are thousands and thousands of smaller prizes.

Along with the 80% of the Spanish population I bought a lottery ticket nd this year, for the first time the lottery "touched" us and we got our stake money back!

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