Category Archive: Spain

Pomegranate Sky

A very blue sky during the day with a few high clouds made for this wonderful Andalucian sunset of pink, orange and purples which reflected against the cortijo windows.  It was a pleasure… Continue reading

24 Hours in Malaga

Malaga, once previously over-looked city in comparison to Barcelona and Madrid is now a formidable adversary.  There has been extensive restoration and re-generation, which has much transformed Malaga into a great cultural tourist destination.… Continue reading

The Three Kings – Los Reyes Magos

​The Three Kings are Spanish children’s favourite,  as Santa may leave them a token gift to open on December 25th, but the Three Kings, leave them their main presents on the night of… Continue reading

Four Specialists in one day…Coimbra University Hospital 

A very, very long day at the hospital. We set of at 7.30 and only just arrived home at 6.30. Our first appointment with the Ophthalmologist, although scheduled for 9am didn’t happen until… Continue reading

N is for…Neurofibromatosis (NF1)

So tomorrow we find out of our 20 month old son Mayhem has neurofibromatosis, or NF1.  He’s had a pretty rough start to his little life so far health wise. By 10 weeks… Continue reading

Birthing, Breastfeeding and Tongue Ties

I have always caught my frenulum when eating, sticking out my tongue and generally when moving my tongue around my mouth.  I didn’t know it was called a frenulum, had no idea that… Continue reading