Monthly Archives: September 2011

A new addition to the household

Although the Galician dream is only a few years old, it has now allowed me to fulfil a dream which I have held since I was a spotty teenager. As a child and young teenager there were always three cars … Continue reading

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An IQ test for travellers

I’ve been spending a lot of time in airports recently, and I fear that it is starting to drive me mad. In these times of global economic meltdown we’ve been forced to seek work overseas. It has fallen to me … Continue reading

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Measure twice, cut once

Our builder has given us a start date of the 25th October, strangely a tuesday, and after some discussion it has been decided that I will make the personal sacrifice and take a couple of months off work (major contracts allowing) … Continue reading

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The force is strong with us

We never travel alone. When in Spain we always have ‘Yoda’ with us as ‘Our guide, he will be’. You’d be forgiven for thinking that we’re smuggling the reknowned wrinkly Jedi master with us to help us ‘use the Galician … Continue reading

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