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“A warm and intelligent account of expat life in Spain filled with humorous anecdotes” Daily Telegraph Expat

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Tuesday November 15, 2016

Countdown to Christmas!


As an island, Mallorca is fairly laid back about the festive season until the very last minute. Christmas lights usually appear some time during December in most towns and villages with Palma leading the way. Today, I noticed a huge crowd of onlookers pointing excitedly up at several strings of lights being arranged across Plaza Mayor.

Suddenly Christmas has become...

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Tuesday October 4, 2016

Save our hedgehogs!


While our furry friend the hedgehog is under threat of extinction in the UK, happily it seems to be thriving here in Mallorca! In the fifties hedgehogs were a very common sight in Britain but six decades later the population has been decimated with only an estimated one million left.

Hedgehogs need uninterrupted space to forage and to roam as they...

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Saturday July 16, 2016

A Chorus of Cockerels has landed!


After a wonderful few weeks of celebrating the launch of my new – and sixth – Mallorcan travel title, A Chorus of Cockerels I am now getting down to final edits for my first crime novel…it never stops!

if any of you kind readers have bought my new book and enjoyed it, I would be hugely grateful if you might...

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Thursday May 5, 2016

Time to get to grips with Spanish!


My new monthly column is now available online.

This month I have focused on the nitty gritty issue of learning the language when one decides to relocate to a new destination. In the case of Britons residing in Spain, many refuse to take lessons or prioritise learning Spanish because they assume most locals will speak English. This is not always...

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Friday April 1, 2016

April 1st- New Telegraph Expat Bulletin and a good drenching in the rain!


Read the latest expat news today from Telegraph Expat which also includes my latest monthly column You can sign up here to receive regular Telegraph Expat weekly news bulletins for free!

Today in Soller it has been rather wet and windy but that didn’t stop me throwing on my old gym gear this morning and heading off along...

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Friday April 1, 2016

Sangria proves life giving benefits in new research!


Incredible new scientific research proves that drinking one of Spain’s favourite tipples will bring about wonderful medicinal benefits! The natural goodness of freshly squeezed orange juice from Valencia and peach slices adds to the overall beneficial effects of the drink. Log on to the video to see the research for yourselves! Bottoms up! ‪#‎Sangria4life‬

Wednesday March 30, 2016

Interview on Mallorca Sunshine Radio!


On Thursday 31, March at 10am my interview with Jan Edwards, the wonderful presenter at Mallorca Sunshine Radio 106.1FM will be broadcast. Jan is also deputy editor for abcMallorca magazine. Jan wanted to know a little bit more about my new title, A Chorus of Cockerels, which will be published on 9, June 2016 so I gave her some...

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Wednesday March 30, 2016

New Telegraph Expat Monthly Column!


I’m delighted to announce that my new monthly column in Telegraph Expat is now available to read online. This month I take a look at all the faddy food diets doing the rounds back in the UK, and suggest that instead people think about adopting a simple Mediterranean diet, similar to the one i keep here in Mallorca....

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Tuesday February 9, 2016

Telegraph Expat sign up!


Many readers have asked me how to subscribe for free to the Telegraph Expat section for which I pen a regular monthly column. This is the sign-up link and here is where to access my archived Telegraph Expat blogs directly.

Tuesday February 9, 2016

the wonders of Mallorcan sheep


What is it about Mallorcan sheep that makes them so appealing? Could it be the long ears, shaggy capuccino pelts or simply their wonderful curiosity and lust for life?