Ten years ago, just when the economic crisis began to really bite, Nicky Westby wrote a really interesting article about packing up and moving back, or sticking it out in Spain.
Today’s Looking Back article is about the old medical centre in La Herradura, which was in its last throes of use.
Today’s Looking Back article deals with a confusing traffic-light set up in Almuñécar, which was producing quite a few traffic fines. That’s the one on the P-4 junction.
The last of the May 2009 looking Back articles concerns the fate of the palm trees along the Avenidad de Salobreña in Motril, uprooted when they modernised the thoroughfare.
Here’s another article from ten years back, this time dealing with the Peña Escrita mountain park in the municipality of Almuñécar.
Today’s article from a decade ago is about a La Herradura resident that decided to send a live anaconda to Madrid inside a package marked ‘books.’