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15:24

Local

Riding the waves, with special assistance

Mónica Pérez marbella

It’s quite early in the morning: 9.30am, before the sun becomes too hot. The setting couldn’t be better: Cabopino beach, at the foot of the Artola sand dunes, one of the loveliest places on the Marbella coast. At this time of the morning the first

12:50

LifeStyle

"I feel like I have several homes"

Daryl Finch malaga

...in their bodies and pull heavy things with them. –Is Chinese difficult to learn? –Chinese is much more difficult than Spanish. The hardest part is reading and writing it. It is quite tedious and repetitive to learn, even for native Mandarin

10:12

LifeStyle

A beloved country at war with itself

Mark Nayler reading into spain

...never quite be the same again. He found Spain sadly, unrecognisably altered from the land that had made his childhood dreams come true just one year earlier: on the train to his brigade’s military barracks in Albacete, Lee sensed “an infection so deep it

15:00

LifeStyle

Tea with Mrs Rees

MIRIAM FERNÁNDEZ SIMÓN

“Actually, it’s quite difficult for Eirwen to like someone,” she said serving the tea. “In that, she reminds me of myself. I usually don’t get along with people. But my animals...” She sighed, “Oh, my dear creatures! I don’t know what I’d be without them.”

18:16

Travel

Fuerteventura for all seasons

Andrew Forbes

...huge area is largely untouched and quite extraordinary. The adjacent shoreline and beautiful beaches, including the popular El Caserón beach, and the Playa Grande that stretches for kilometres, have small bays popular with beginner surfers. The nearby

15:44

Local

Hey, big spenders: Malaga airport is top

Pilar Martínez MALAGA

...and they love shopping here. They spend more at the airport than the Germans. Scandinavians also spend quite a bit, but the Russians spend the largest amounts of money individually. We are also seeing that the ruble is beginning to recover after

19:11

LifeStyle

"I don't believe in the word 'jazz', I just call what I do 'music' "

Mindy Burrows/Iván Gelibter

...playing at the Malaga Jazz Festival, which has been going for quite a few years and is often used as a reference in the local music sphere. What would you say is the current role of jazz around the world right now? –Well, I really don’t call what I do

14:07

LifeStyle

When your hobby is hiding

PILAR R. QUIRÓS

...which is quite unusual. The pair are 'resident' in Malaga. In October, this species normally migrates across the Strait of Gibraltar, but these two stay put. Obviously, their location is a secret, but they have been together all their lives. Last

13:29

LifeStyle

“There’ll always be a place for heavy metal”

Mónica Pérez MARBELLA

...hope things will change. I think we just have to be patient. Things have a way of coming round again…” His love of live music has even led him to join the Marbella Association of Musicians, and he seems quite integrated into local life. “I have

15:41

Local

The Costa del Sol's population triples in the summer

francisco jiménez Malaga

...fair in August. Electricity consumption is a similar case: the fairground uses the same amount as a municipality the size of Coín (21,000 inhabitants). In the province as a whole demand is quite stable all year round, although there are peaks in the