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This is the Spanish website for Peter and Maureen Scargill. When in Spain we live in Galera in Andalusia (for clarify that is the English spelling - Mid-Spain they spell it Andalucia and pronounce it "And-a-loo-thee-a").

We've had a home in Spain for something like 9 years or more and now we're spending a lot more time here.

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The end of another trip to Galera, in Andalucia

That’s it, I’m packing up the computer and we’re heading back to the UK – I have to say this didn’t feel as much like a holiday, probably because I never stopped working – between a massive website I’m managing and fixing ceilings, the jacussi and a ton of other things – Oh, I must tell you – my little idea for using a fishtank heater to keep the jacussi from freezing while I get a replacement panel… well, it works!  The little 25w glass heater, about the size of a large finger has actually managed not only to maintain temperature but raise it from 17 degrees to 19 degrees in 2 days – amazing.

So at least if it freezes over before we’re back here in December, we won’t come back to a frozen block of ice for a jacussi.  It’s 6.30am, it’s raining, it’s cool(ish), Maureen has gone a cracking job of finishing off the furnishing and decorations and we now have a 3 hour drive to the airport – but we’re going to enjoy it as the weather in the UK is FAR worse!  It’s been a nice stoppover, we’ve made more new friends and the place is really taking on the feel of a home.  I’m looking forward to coming back in December – but this time with a heavy coat!

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