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1. Dance Kids of Monterey County Will Present Fifth Annual Performances of ‘A Folklorico Nutcracker' a
June 18, 2018

Now in its fifth year of touring Monterey County, Dance Kids of Monterey County will once again present performances of “Cascanueces: A Folklorico Nutcracker,” in South County schools in November. Carmel, CA, June 18, 2018 — Now in its fifth year of touring Monterey County, Dance Kids of Monterey County will once again present performances of “Cascanueces: A Folklorico Nutcracker,” in South County schools in November. The annual holiday tradition in story and dance celebrates the rich culture of Mexico and countries south of the border. The idea of melding European music and music f... (read more)

Author: John Paul

2. Property Sales In Spain ‘Officially Recover' From 2018 Financial Crisis
June 15, 2018

Property Sales In Spain ‘Officially Recover’ From 2018 Financial Crisis While Estate Agents In Sotogrande and other popular areas of Andalucía have long benefitted from a high level of enquiries even during slower times for the Spanish property sector, it can’t be doubted that the 2008 global economic slowdown had a dramatically detrimental effect on the number of property transactions across the country. Now, however, it has been declared that the Spanish property market has officially recovered from the crash, given that the number of sales recorded for 2017 is the highest annual... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

3. 5 Barcelona Attractions for the Hard of Hearing
June 14, 2018

Putting together holidays for disabled people can oftentimes be difficult to do. You want to find appropriate and inclusive activities that are still a whole lot of fun. Barcelona is great place for anyone to travel to, especially if they happen to be hard of hearing. With all the wonderful and colourful visuals, there are endless things to see and do in this sunny Spanish country – and here’s a list of some of the best attractions for the hearing impaired. So Much to See, So Little Time • Mirador de Colom – Built in 1888, Mirador de Colom is a tribute to the explorer Christopher Col... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. 150-year-old home preserves cultural ethos
June 01, 2018

Once a trite symbol of the local culture of Busturialdea, Spain, this stone and oak building called ‘Baserri’ stands partially refurbished to serve a contemporary lifestyle, at the expert hands of Bilbao Architecture Team (BAT)… This 150-year-old farmhouse is listed as a historical heritage building located inside the Urdaibai Biosphere in the heart of the Oma Valley, Spain. It stands commandingly in all its splendour of stone walls and oak wood structural elements, typical of Basque countryside buildings, untouched by the vagaries of its immediate surrounds Looking at it, one can ha... (read more)

Author: Savitha Hira

5. Get Arty and Crafty on an Educational Trip to Valencia
May 29, 2018

While many school residential trips to Valencia concentrate on its famous futuristic City of Arts and Sciences, there is much more to the Spanish city than these modern museums. From paintings by the masters to the National Ceramics Museum, Valencia has a rich heritage of arts and crafts that are fascinating for students to discover. Spanish Masters at the Museum of Fine Arts One of the sites that I’ve had wonderful feedback about from teachers who have taken classes on school residential trips is the Museo de Bellas Artes de Valencia, or the Museum of Fine Arts. With its emphasis on... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Bee Academic Tutoring Expands Network of Tutors in Irvine
April 22, 2018

Family-owned tutoring company Bee Academic Tutoring is proud to announce that it’s expanding its network of qualified tutors in Irvine. Bee Academic Tutoring offers private in-home tutoring through its Long Beach tutoring center and throughout the greater Long Beach area. Its tutoring specialists now cover more subjects. College/university-level students can now also get help. Subjects covered include math, English, science, history, Spanish and more. Bee Academic Tutoring covers all levels of K-12th grade and assists students with college prep, SAT and other tests. Tutors have a m... (read more)

Author: John Doe

7. Spanish Property Price Rise Beats EU Average In Third Quarter
April 17, 2018

Spanish Property Price Rise Beats EU Average In Third Quarter In yet another of the many recent signs that now is the time to Buy A House In Sotogrande, the EU’s statistics bureau Eurostat has published figures revealing that the period from June to September last year saw the average price of residential property in Spain go up by 6.7% since the same quarter of 2016. Such a rise is comfortably ahead of the 4.6% and 4.1% increases recorded for the EU as a whole and the Eurozone respectively, marking out Spain as one of the most attractive parts of the bloc in which to invest in pro... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

8. The Trials of Lighthouse Keeping
April 14, 2018

In 1792 Patos Island was named Isla de Patos (Island of Ducks), by Spanish Explorers Galiano and Bazan maybe because of the many ducks which inhabited the island. Interestingly, the island was a hiding place for smugglers due to its nearness to the Canadian border and its many trees and caves. The island's first light was on Boundary Pass just opposite Canada's Saturna Island. Patos Island is at the northern entrance to the Canal de Haro. This was a very dangerous passage because of strong currents and foggy weather. In March of 1891 Congress appropriated $12,000 to erect an aid to naviga... (read more)

Author: Katy Beacher

9. Keep Your Eyes Peeled for the Best Birdwatching Spots in Mallorca
March 28, 2018

Animal lovers always see a getaway as an opportunity to see beautiful creatures in their natural habitat. There are many excellent destinations all around the globe for an unfor-gettable wildlife holiday; if you enjoy seeing rare and exotic birds in the wild then consider packing your binoculars and jetting off for a trip to Mallorca. This beautiful Spanish island features dry and wetlands, so you can expect to find an abundance of rare migratory, indigenous and wading species that you will struggle to see anywhere else. The resorts of Fermentor and Pollensa to the north of the island ar... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. A Sunny Spanish Delight: Marbella & Puerto Banús
March 28, 2018

Costa de Sol is a beautiful coastal region found in southern Spain, nestled between the Sierra Blanca Mountains and the Mediterranean Sea. It is a world-famous tourist destination that is known as a location of outstanding natural beauty; few places in Europe compare to this Spanish delight. Known also for the glamour and luxury associated with the region, private yachts are a common sight here. For those looking to take a break from it all, relax and just bask in the sun, this region is perhaps one of the best choices for a stylish holiday to Spain. Marbella: Where Old Meets New ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. Perfect Your Putt on Spain's Best Courses
March 27, 2018

Few places in the world offer a more complete golfing experience than Spain. This golfing paradise has everything – warm weather, great food, beautiful natural landscapes and – most importantly – hundreds of fantastic golf courses. With so many amazing courses to choose from and limited time in life to enjoy them, these are five of the best to tick off of your bucket list. Real Club Seville Golf The weather in the southern Spanish province of Andalucía is gorgeous all year round, allowing for the most civilised golf holidays Spain has to offer. The Real Club Seville has one of the b... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. Must-See Monuments in Madrid on a Spanish School Trip
March 26, 2018

There’s no doubt about it: a residential trip to the city of Madrid for students studying Spanish is a wonderful way to introduce them to the culture and people that lie behind the language. But with a city as bursting with cultural sights as Madrid, it can be hard to decide just where to take your students. Here is my guide to the top monuments in the Spanish capital that every residential trip should include. Palacio Real Built in 1764, this vast palace with its beautiful surrounding gardens is one of the many buildings that contribute to the splendour of the city. Despite belongin... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. Dance Kids of Monterey County Will Present Fifth Annual Performances of ‘A Folklorico Nutcracker' a
March 24, 2018

Now in its fifth year of touring Monterey County, Dance Kids of Monterey County will once again present performances of “Cascanueces: A Folklorico Nutcracker,” in South County schools in November. Carmel, CA, March 24, 2018 — Now in its fifth year of touring Monterey County, Dance Kids of Monterey County will once again present performances of “Cascanueces: A Folklorico Nutcracker,” in South County schools in November. The annual holiday tradition in story and dance celebrates the rich culture of Mexico and countries south of the border. The idea of melding European music and music f... (read more)

Author: John Paul

14. Spanish Property Values Set To Rise By 2.5% In 2017
March 16, 2018

If those interested in perusing the current Apartments For Sale In Sotogrande needed any further encouragement to do so, they would have found it in the latest Spanish property market report by the BBVA bank. The institution’s experts anticipate that this year will be a positive one for the country’s real estate sector, characterised by a 2.5% average rise in the prices of residential property. A Range Of Factors Driving Up Property Prices The bank predicted that such growth would be made possible in part by lower amounts of unsold stock and reduced unemployment. It added th... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

15. Savouring Spanish Specialities in Benidorm
March 14, 2018

Whether you’re a beach bum or a culture lover, a sunny getaway to Benidorm should be at the top of your holiday bucket list. Situated in Spain’s Alicante region, this coastal resort is the perfect place to ride the waves on a surfboard, discover historical landmarks or haggle your way through open-air markets. But regardless of what fun-filled activities you opt for, there’s one thing that all visitors love: the city’s rich and varied gastronomy. Although Benidorm is peppered with restaurants from A to Z, here are the five that’ll allow you to truly and fully experience the authentic taste of ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. ROSALEE DOUGLAS
March 11, 2018

ROSALEE DOUGLAS ANNOUNCES THE LAUNCH OF HER TRAVEL BLOG DEDICATED TO ADVENTURE TRAVEL 12th March, 2018, Barcelona, Spain, Rosalee Travel Blog - ( https://domitravelsinasia.wordpress.com/ ) is a Spanish based travel blogger with an international reach featuring Internet based blogging to her followers and fans. According to Rosalee Douglas - I am delighted to announce the launch of our redesigned blog, which became effective as of March 1st, 2018. In this blog, visitors will find a trove of travel and leisure related topics, which ties in elegantly to Rosalee’s travel experien... (read more)

Author: Lein West

17. Spanish Property Prices And Sales Figures Both On The Up
February 16, 2018

Prospective property purchasers contemplating the latest homes advertised by Estate Agents In Sotogrande may be tempted to make a move by new figures showing that Spanish house prices and sales figures both remain on an upward trajectory. The National Market Remains A Strong One With complete data for the Spanish property market in 2016 now available, there is huge reason for optimism, not least the 4.7% rise in home prices in the country – the steepest such increase since 2007. It marks the third year of growth in a row, with new homes seeing an even more pronounced rise of 6.5%. ... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

18. A Spanish School Trip to the City of Arts and Sciences
February 08, 2018

Whether your students are budding scientists, engineers or performance artists, the futuristic City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia, Spain, will have something to keep them all enthralled on a residential trip to the city. Set in the dry river bed of the diverted Turia River, the stunning work of local architect Santiago Calatrava is a homage to contemporary design and modern learning. The La Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias (as it’s known locally) has so much to offer students of the sciences and the arts that it is worth dedicating more than one day of your residential trip to the ci... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. Gibraltar: A Spanish School Trip with a Difference
January 23, 2018

Gibraltar is one of those rare destinations that checks so many educational boxes that it would be a shame to pass it up. A well-organised and well-executed school trip to this historically, culturally and environmentally significant peninsula, located on the southern coast of Spain, offers opportunities to connect with a variety of subjects from school curricula. Although Gibraltar has something to offer students of all age groups, visits are usually recommended for secondary school age classes who will find direct relevance from the visit to the subjects they are currently working on in less... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. Discover the History of the Moors on a Tour of Spain and Morocco
January 16, 2018

Famous for their thirst for scientific knowledge, rich cultural identity and stunning architecture, the Moors’ influence on Europe and European thinking is not in doubt. But to truly understand the impact that this civilisation had on Southern Europe, take an escorted tour of Andalucía and Morocco. Why an ‘escorted tour’, you may ask? Well, the reason is that we’ve become so used to seeing the whitewashed buildings, domed windows and mosaics of southern Spain as quintessentially ‘Spanish’ that it’s good to have a guide on hand to show you where these influences actually come from. Mo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. Spanish Property Market Tipped To Maintain Its Heady Momentum Into 2017
December 30, 2017

Here at Sotogrande’s only property portal, we’re sure it will interest many of those contemplating the current Property For Sale In Sotogrande to know more about the state of the wider Spanish market. The short answer we can give is that it is in fine fettle, having expanded by 14% over the course of last year, according to one set of figures. That data – from the National Institute of Statistics – represented the greatest rise in the number of homes sold in the country since the period leading up to the last Spanish real estate boom. In all, there were 362,182 home sales recorded on the... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

22. Spanish Sweets From Chocolati to Chocolate Bars
December 21, 2017

Working with wholesale sweets and chocolates, I come across brands from all over the world. Each country has its own special relationship to the sweet stuff, with distinctive recipes and flavours delighting us year by year. Though the Aztecs had been working with cacao for years, it was the Spanish who first introduced chocolate to the western world as a by-product of their growing global empire. These days, Spanish doubloons are the stuff of legend, but thankfully chocolate remains! Spain’s Sweet History Spain’s relationship with cocoa began at the start of the sixteenth century. He... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. Inspire & Educate in the Catalan Capital
December 12, 2017

There are few destinations as appealing as Barcelona. The Catalan capital is bursting at the seams with culture, history, and stunning architecture, which ensures that it is a bril-liant place for a school trip that can provide valuable cross-curriculum experiences. No matter the subject focus for your trip, it is sure to be a fun and eye-opening experience for your group and one which will certainly ignite their passion for the subject. Here are a few subjects that school trips to Barcelona can cover: History School trips to Barcelona are perfect for history teachers aiming to ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. Insure Your Spanish Holiday Home With A Leading Expat Broker
December 08, 2017

When you have worked hard for all of your life to be able to afford a holiday home in Spain, you will understandably want to do everything possible to protect your investment. That’s where we come in here at Ibex Insurance Services. We don’t want you to have to worry about the financial consequences if your property is damaged as a result of a fire, flood, explosion, theft or malicious actions, to name just some of the risks that we cover with our renowned holiday home Insurance In Spain For Expats. When we say ‘for expats’, we really do mean ‘for expats’. After all, many of us on ... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

25. Kimberly Elmazi Becomes Davis & Associates' Fifth Attorney
November 23, 2017

Recently, Kimberly Elmazi became the fifth attorney at Davis & Associates, an immigration law firm in Dallas, Texas. Elmazi joins Davis & Associates attorneys Maria Macias, Dobrina Dobreva, Michael Spychalski, and lead attorney and owner, Garry Davis Each attorney at Davis & Associates brings something special to the table. Elmazi is a North Texas native with immigrant parents, who speaks English, Spanish and Albanian. For Elmazi, “immigration law is not simply a job; it’s a deep-rooted passion.” Her impressive education consists of a Bachelor’s Degree from Southern Methodist Un... (read more)

Author: John Doe

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