Category Archives: Family stuff

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BARCELONA

My own minor infatuation with Barcelona, or rather the idea of Barcelona, started with an Afrikaans setwork entitled “Sol y Sombre” (Sun and Shadow) written by Uys Krige, probably sometime before WWII. I was a senior schoolboy and, although I … Continue reading

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Last Post of the Week

Quite a busy week! Set up a new blog and my own RSS Feed. Plowed through tons of abstruse mindbending technical hurdles and actually delivered 6 posts and pictures. Note especially TWO installments on the family in Spain – the second one being on the village, Almachar, where we stayed – complete with piccies.

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Almachar

My previous post (downstream) dealt, briefly, with the horrors of the trip from South Africa to Spain via the cattle truck route of modern, economy class air travel – even when treated kindly by the Air France staff. From Malaga, … Continue reading

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SPAIN 2010 – The Family and the Trip

A small tradition has grown over the past few years in the dispersed Berger family – a one week get-together somewhere between the USA and SA where there are no work or normal domestic demands and where we can really … Continue reading

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