Housesitting, Housesitting in Spain, Life of adventure, Neighbourhood Walks

Neighbourhood Walk – Marbella

No road trips. Actually, no car trips at all. Nothing but blue sky, sun, beach walks, rest and to catch our breath as we take a break from travelling. It was merely a sampling of a comfortable life this week on our return to Marbella being back caring for Fudge. As we walked along the… Continue reading Neighbourhood Walk – Marbella

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The Olive Tree

This ancient tree holds a particular segment of our hearts and a significant part of our earlier lives together. Within the span of a few years from early 2001, we had planted approx 500 trees. Yes, the rows were all spaced out correctly by the Squire [below photo] on a small lifestyle/orchard in the Bay of Plenty… Continue reading The Olive Tree

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A Ronda View

Our first day exploring in 2018. It also just happened to be the first day of a new year.  Of course, being in Spain, it was one with an absence of rain, wind or cloud.  It was time for us to go out, enjoy the sun and stretch our legs.  The main character of our… Continue reading A Ronda View

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Fudge in Spain

In December we initially had one housesit organised which was repeated a few times throughout the winter months.  Then closer to Christmas came the opportunity to care for the neighbour's cat and how could we resist caring for a cat especially one who goes by the name of "Junky". Our main housesit for the month… Continue reading Fudge in Spain

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Housesitting in the Andalusian Hills

We have just completed our second housesit in Spain.  No beach in sight as our second one was situated in a small rural community 1/2 hour from Comares, and 7kms from Riogordo. Our four-legged companions comprised of three dogs Woody, Dexter and Bella, also, the quiet presence of two felines, Bob and Co.  Of course not… Continue reading Housesitting in the Andalusian Hills