According to Colin Davies it rains thrice as much in the winter in Galicia as in Manchester, but he still looks remarkably cheerful and Thoughts from Galicia is a great read. Per Svensson sounds like a man I could do with talking to right now: his Fundación Instituto de Propietarios Extranjeros is there to fight the often appalling abuse of foreign property owners in Spain, and his blog Periscope treats of similar themes. He too writes of umbrellas, but his doesn’t get used very much; like Colin, he looks remarkably cheerful.
- Shipping news
Public auctions of wrecks in Barcelona, Pontevedra and Algeciras, with thoughts on how to reduce blogging competition.
- Comparison of Spanish and English development law and practice
Over at Charles Svoboda’s blog for Abusos Urbanísticos No. Its anonymous British lawyer author concludes that The hope is that the authorities
- Hunting Spanish trolls
Re the War of Jackson’s Sneer, Colin Davies notes the presence of trolls in Spain but suggests they have still not
- World semen survey
There was a big discussion at choir last night about the frightful quality of semen in Barcelona. That’s not an infrequent
- Invented memory
Since the publication of Memories of Hell in 1978, radical trade union leader Enric Marco has represented for many the suffering