Buenos Aires underground, anagrammed. I usually get off at Sajones, obviously.
Silmarillion is not impressed by an Andalusian Quixote in Buenos Aires.
- Pilot overflows the Atlantic
Juan Manuel Durán y González (Jerez de la Frontera, 1899 – Barcelona, 1926). Aviator of the crew that flew from Seville
- Half way there
So the carbon’s going underground. Unfortunately they haven’t adopted my recommendation to use unemployed miners to bury it.
- What to do with falling boulders
On Thursday February 29 1912, the 300-tonne Restless Rock of Tandil, Buenos Aires plunged from its extraordinary state of hillside equilibrium
- Nativity scene, Santa Coloma de Gramanet
None of the evangelists mention San José, electrician: Here’s a lamb emerging from the tower blocks with which urban planners chose to