Hello! I was born in London but moved to Cordova (inland Andalusia) thirty-two years ago. Although I qualified as a geologist, I had to retrain, and I now teach English and work as a freelance translator, writer and artist (sort of!).
I have written and published two books: Edward’s Secret and the Enchanted Throne for young teens, available from Amazon, and also 'An English Lady in Cordova - the Alternative Guide' which tells of my experiences (both humorous and harrowing) of living in Cordoba and later on, in the countryside location of Posadas. I describe the culture, history, geography and emblematic sites of Cordova, Posadas, the neighbouring villages and local Sierra — (hence the ‘alternative guide’ bit!)
My blogs talk about my experiences here, my day-to-day life, and also include poetry, quotes, literature, art, photos, nature, and thoughts and reflections. (In other words, it’s a bit of a pot pourri, but unfortunately, I still haven’t learnt how to house these categories into the different pages that appear in the menu!)
I do hope you enjoy reading my blogs, and I welcome your comments and questions, as I love to interact with people.
Thank you for visiting — bye for now!
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2 comentarios sobre “Sardines for lunch again! (Well, at 4.95 €/kilo you can’t complain, can you?)”
They look like happy kitties. We love sardines here but certainly don’t get them for that sort of price. My husband has them on toast for breakfast every day. Enjoy eating outside. We had breakfast outside for the first time this year, yesterday. It rained afterwards, but we catch the bits of sun when we can. 🙂
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Sardines on toast sounds like a nice and healthy breakfast — as long as you don’t have to cook them!
I do like eating outside, it’s going to reach 35 degrees by tomorrow, so perhaps inside is a better bet (especially with the 10 cats and 2 dogs freely wandering about!).
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