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The Zoo

The Zoo A zoo in Alqueria may seem a curious concept considering the strangest of all creatures are the humans that walk the streets of the Pueblo. The behaviour of the most disgusting of animals is somewhat better than that of the vast majority of Alquerians. Some thought the Zoo was a scheme by the…
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Manuela and Don Perfecto

Manuela and Don Perfecto Manuela is depressed! Her foray into the world of online dating was a disaster. Antonio Poyato faked his profile, which didn't fool Manuela and she ended up with Pongy Pedro the only man to pass from kinder-garden via puberty into middle age without taking a shower. She used him to rid…
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The Language

The Language Some languages are heavily laden with nouns, some have complex and bewildering verbs, the Alquerian tongue however is singular in that it has myriad expletives. Although originating from an ancient Iberian dialect it is as similar to Spanish as Tory Party policy is to common sense. Although designated a language proper it is…
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Alquiexit

Alquiexit Alqueria has been a member of the European Union for some years now, it was however the result of a spelling mistake. Ballsakia in the Balkans had applied for membership but a defective mainframe processor in Brussels misspelt the country's name and a letter duly dropped onto the doormat of the Ayuntamiento in Alqueria…
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Un Hombre Para Pilar

Un Hombre para Pilar Pilar had made a serious mistake. She was looking for love on the internet. That however wasn't the mistake. The mistake was allowing Manuela to find out. For those who haven't been paying attention, Manuela is the 'femme fatale' of Alqueria and Pilar her understudy and Pilar hated Manuela with a…
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‘Enchanting
Spain’

A photo journey
through Spain

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Written by:
John MacDonald
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Patricia Díaz Pereda.

ISBN 978-1-909612-70-9
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by John MacDonald

 

Trafalgar

Moving on a pavement artist. London. 2009

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