MG Cole writes from a farmstead on Bala Lake:
I am disappointed that you, a Welshman, don’t publish more stories of interest to dope-crazed New Age pillocks and consumer goods purchasers like myself.
Here then is an authentic photo of Hungarian stag-princess, Violant, on her way from the Lands of the Morning to her wedding to the well-known
Languedocian Aragonese Catalan novelist, psychopath and amateur ornithologist, Jaume, in 1235:
- Catalan hunter-king meets Hungarian stag-princess
In which I suggest that a Catalan folksong about a Hungarian princess also touches on the latter country’s foundation myth.
- Romans, Christians, Catalans
Last night I had the privilege of singing at Ferrari driver Marc Gené‘s wedding reception, held in a neo-Renaissance palace (built
- The legislation affecting the Catalan language is different depending on what state you are speaking
One of the inconveniences of living or doing business on Mallorca over the last decade has been language legislation which, unless
- Cinderella’s slippers: glass, squirrel or amber?
Mark Liberman wonders whether Cinderella slipped two dead squirrels round her tootsy-toes that night, while Chris Waigl does not. I think
- Blonde virgins
Last week I snapped a Scandinavian blonde Maria in Vilafranca del Penedès. Joan Amades (El pessebre (1959)) tells us that, in