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Don’t be a groaning guiri!
Olive Press columnist Martina Willis of The Source Of Wellbeing spa in Malaga dishes out tough love for ‘typical expats’
Gushing smile, flash of cleavage – action!
In her eye-opening new blog series 'A Spanish guiri', Madrileña Mirian Moreno finds there’s nothing like flagrant flirtation for getting the job done
Meet the expats standing in the upcoming local elections
THE expat vote could have X-Factor repercussions in town halls up and down Spain, raising foreigners themselves to the hot seats of power. With the...
Going into battle with the Guiri Army
As the Spanish football season approaches its endgame, Tom Powell tagged along to see how Europe’s most famous expat football fanclub do battle
What’s your story? Flamenco glory
Each person has their own unique series of events that have transformed their dream of living in Andalucia into a real life Spanish odyssey
To be or not to be a Guiri, that is the question
My name is Mary and I am a Guiri. There, I´ve said it now, it´s out there in the open, but it´s something I´ve been fighting for the last two and half years
What is a guiri?
We all know the term guiri, or, if not, we should - it’s what the Spanish call us foreigners
Ben and Joan, Monty Jack and Big Ron
Three of the loveliest pueblos blancos of the Guadiaro valley in our part of Secret Andalucía are Montejaque, its neighbour Benaoján and the stunning jewel in the crown, Ronda. Whilst Big Ron can boast a wide range of amenities and is a great town, Monty Jack and Ben and Joan are quieter and slap bang in the middle of the most spectacular scenery you could wish to see