I share Lenox’s alarm at the approaching extinction in Spain of the prickly pear, without which other great Spanish customs like the Mexican sombrero and the neo-spaghetti Western will also be weakened. Since Rajoy has clearly abandoned all hope of finishing off the reds, here’s a list of possible solutions we may choose to employ:
If I understand that right, we need is a plague of ladybirds, which you can of course buy online.
- Spanish customs
As viewed from a Hampshire country pub.
- Fights of nations
“‘Mexico vs. Spain,’ the first scene, shows the rejected Mexican suitor, in a jealous rage, watching the love-making between Carlos, the
- catalan supercomputer
Maybe the inclusion of magic word “Linux” in the announcement calmed them down, but I’m still a bit surprised that neither
- In praise of virtual travel writing
Nice story here about underpaid author Thomas Kohnstamm, who wrote his Lonely planet guide without going to Columbia. (Or did he
- Churchill’s granddaughter may have inspired Spanish squatters
I don’t know if Arabella inspired the younger generation the way her grandfather did the older, but the first modern mention
The ecoxenophobes imported the cochineal beetle: http://www.revistaquercus.es/noticia/6109/nacional/la-cochinilla-es-eficaz-para-frenar-a-una-planta-invasora.html
It’s obviously time to find a way of killing off Valencia’s orange trees.