What is the connection (if any) between the symbol on this house in Sin, Huesca, and that of the Día supermarket chain?
Sin really does exist. Here’s the sign:
One would obviously like to live in it, at least for a while, but owners are reluctant to sell.
- Quantitative easing à la catalane
Make lots of new ~euros in China and sell them under nominal price at gypsy markets. It will end in tears,
Hippies think that dolmens, as well as being graves, are there to kill people on or point out the stars. I
- A village called Sin
Shame Guy Bellamy (A village called Sin) wrote about Compton Sinton instead of Sín, Huesca.
Currently doing a bit of literary translation out of one very strange dialect into another, and here’s something not so completely
- Man’s best friends
Check out the extraordinary selection of animal-love videos on sale at Guirilandia’s local Chinese supermarket in Barcelona.