Monthly Archives: August 2014

A wee glass of vino… Part I

I am sure that all Lorca students are far to savvy to reply to the question, “what is your favourite Spanish wine?” with the answer “Sangria!”, however, for many tourists that ever-popular jug is indeed an essential, alcoholic part of

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Great Art starts in a Meadow!

We like Spain for all sorts of reasons.  For many, let’s be honest, it’s the Costas, the guaranteed warmth and sun, not to mention the ‘tres cervezas por favor’. However, for Lorca students and many others, there is much, much

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Bolivia: a country of beautiful contrasts that’s ‘rough around the edges’

              Lake Titicaca, from the Bolivian side It’s not possible in these little blog pieces to do more than brush the surface of our subjects, but I hope that they do give Lorca students

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Will the real Spain stand up?

Here is a question for you: what is ‘the real Spain’?   It’s a good question because there are so many answers.   Is it the Spain that you and I probably know from our holidays – the Spain of the Costas

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