Guernsey Press – June 2013

Guernsey Press – June 2013 When officers at a Gibraltar garrison decided they wanted to see the countryside, typically, the British didn’t hesitate. In the late 1800s they built a railway line through some of the most beautiful countryside in Andalucia – and it’s still in use today, often taking visitors to our expat Andy Chapell’s village… Click to read the full article Read More →

Guernsey Press – May 2013

Guernsey Press – May 2013 Move over, Facebook – in rural Spain, the real networking goes on at the twice-yearly fairs that pay homage to patron saints, says Andy Chapell. And the real winners? The clothes shops and hairdressers that supply the obligatory finery… Click to read Read More →

Guernsey Press – April 2013

Guernsey Press – April 2013 Saints and virgins have been out in force on our expat’s patch, but behind the pride and the pageantry lies a generation of youngsters for whom rejection is becoming the norm. Guernseyman Andy Chapell shares a taste of real life in rural Read More →

Guernsey Press – March 2013

Guernsey Press – March 2013 Guernsey-born hotelier Andy Chapell, who lives in the Andalucian mountain village of Benaojan, shares a glimpse into another world… Click to read the full article (PDF opens in new window) Reproduced with kind permission of The Guernsey Press Read More →

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