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WHATEVER!

20 Jul

"A bit nippy outside, isn't it!"

"They say this has been the coldest and wettest winter in Fuengirola for 50 years!"

SIGN of the TIMES

20 Jul

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YOGA for BOOZERS

20 Jul

Why heavy drinking provides the same benefits as yoga…

(Sent to OzinSpain by a mate – not sure why!)


BALASANA
Position that brings the sensation of peace and calm
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Hinterland HAVENS

20 Jul

Discovering the idyllic charms of Spain

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IMAGEN©TURISMO ANDALUZ S.A.

By DAN LORE

THERE ARE few more pleasant places to live than on the Costa del Sol, but sometimes you just want to get away from it all for a long weekend. Our trip away on this occasion takes us to Puerto de Santa María, just past Cádiz capital city, with various stopovers along the Tarifa coast.

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Rum TERRITORY

20 Jul

Wishing England was Australia

BUNDABERG… the only place in Australia, and reportedly one of only two in the world, where you can see the sugar industry from the first green cane shoot to the sugar in your tea, the syrup on your pancakes, the icing on your cake, and the rum in your coffee.

HIDDEN culinary GEM

20 Jul

A gastronomic journey through time

Restaurante Pueblo Lopez

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Stolen GENERATIONS

12 Feb

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A TRANSCRIPT of the Federal Parliament’s full apology (in 2008 – finally!) to the “Stolen Generations”…
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Raw TRUTHS

1 Jan

Good health through natural and living foods

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NUTRITION/WELLNESS consultant, raw food chef and instructor, Indian head and Thai foot massage expert, one-time dancer and jewellery designer… Jeni Cook has led an intriguing life and is the perfect person to offer some invaluable advice about how to lead a more healthy lifestyle.

(Published in H! Society Magazine, January 2008)

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Foreign AFFAIRS

1 Nov

FUENGIROLA’S FIRST non-Spanish councillor, Suvi Kauranen, talks about her path into politics and her goals for the future.

(Photos: Bosco Martin)

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When did you move to Fuengirola and why?

In 1992, and I moved as a logical consequence of having spent a year’s sabbatical in this area a few years before. I fell in love with the Coast. […]

HEADY in HONG KONG

1 Oct

Fragrant stopover from Spain to Australia

IT’S ALWAYS so unkind. There you are, having just negotiated the increasingly stringent security measures − clumsily removing your shoes and belt as you simultaneously try to find that elusive plastic bag at the bottom of the rucksack (discovering that the bottle of Listerine is more than 100ml anyway and consequently destined for the rubbish bin), emptying your pockets, waiting for the laptop to crank up, and being submitted to a meticulous (a bit too meticulous, that one in London) touch search after a fraught journey from Málaga via Madrid − and you finally enter the 747 en route to Australia.

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