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Life in Culebrón is a disconnected series of pieces about the banal and ordinary of everyday life in an inland Alicante village seen from my very British perspective.

Saturday, March 06, 2010

Nothing to report

I haven't made any posts for a while because nothing much has happened that relates to the generality of life in Spain but I thought I should post something to prove that I'm still alive.

I didn't get the job. They didn't take to me but that was probably for the best as the working day was based around shifts and the journey from Cartagena or Pinoso would have been difficult and may have led to Maggie and I living in separate places again.

I've been buying cheese, rather than shampoo, for the marketing people. This time I had to buy different brands but with the same expiry date for each brand. It was very difficult to get the number required with the correct date. This time at least I understand why it was being done though I'd better not say as I hope they may give me more work.

My mum's here at the moment for a week to sample the delights of Cartagena and Culebrón. She has been shocked to move from the very temperate climate of Cartagena to the blasted heath that is Culebrón this weekend.

There have been a couple more posts on the TIM website and in the TIM magazine. Far too many grammatical and spelling mistakes for my liking (all my fault)!

I'll be back when I have something to say.


Bob Filby said...

I missed you!
I read about the storm that hit Spain and France, and I wondered whether or not you'd lost your internet connection because of it.
Glad to hear you're still alive.

David said...

Hi is the model railway still open in your area?

Chris Thompson and Maggie Brocken said...

No I'm afraid it closed down a while ago