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Successes and Setbacks (part 2)




More time has passed than intended since the first part of successes and setbacks; but now we can share what happened over the following weeks.

Whilst the 1st week was eventful and deserved an entry all of its own, thankfully things settled down as we started to find our feet in our new home ūüôā Continue reading

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Successes and Setbacks (part one)





Successes and setbacks takes a tongue in cheek look at how we have fared during our first 4 weeks in both our cave house and Spain in general.

To be honest though, we¬†still don’t know where the last 4 weeks have¬†gone. We are¬†convinced that time runs at a different pace in this part of Spain. ¬†A blink¬†of the eye and another¬†day has gone, maybe we¬†need to stop taking so many siestas ?

Anyway we digress.
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A year in the life of one foot in the cave





A year in the life of one foot in the cave takes a look at this years blog entries, along with any updates and reflections that we thought worth sharing.

Although before I start, I have to be honest and say that It seems far too soon to be doing a review of 2016. I do sometimes wonder where time goes ?

one foot in the cave, A year in the life of one foot in the cave

After all, we started discussing an eventual move to Spain back in September 2012 (whilst sitting on an agricultural terrace in Machu Picchu, Peru). Back then, we had set a goal of being in Spain by the end of 2016. We will actually be there in January 2017, but I think that in the grand scheme of things we can overlook a couple of weeks !

Anyway, enough of the waffling¬†… here goes and I hope you enjoy the read ūüôā Continue reading

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Enjoying a simpler life in Spain





The opportunity to be able lead a simpler life in Spain, was a key reason that led us to our cave house in rural Andalucia.

It is something that Josie and I have talked about for a number of years, however, living in the Turks and Caicos has to date limited what we have been able to achieve.

Our upcoming move to Spain should change all of this for us ūüôā
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