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Life in Culebrón is personal view of Spain and Spanish life as seen by a Briton living in a small village in Alicante province.
The other tabs link to similar blogs when I have lived in other places. The TIM magazine is an English language magazine I write articles for.

Monday, April 13, 2009

On the beam

It's a long time since I last had a TV aerial fitted. I have this feeling that time it was 25 quid and it was a pretty straightforward process. Well, today, we got a TV aerial fitted in Culebrón. The bloke took something like six hours to get it all up and running but the amusing (or frustrating) thing was that, in the middle of it, he disappeared for a couple of hours. As he said, "It's time to eat", and eat he did. So we now have Spanish analogue TV as well as UK satellite stuff and, as soon as we hook up the TDT box (broadcast digital TV), then we'll have high image quality Spanish TV too. Just over 230€.

Written on Wednesday 8 April 2009

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