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“I first contacted Paul because we needed an interpreter to help resolve an issue at Sevillana, the electricity company. He was very efficient and effective and the problem was quickly solved. I have since used Paul in other official settings, including my bank, Unicaja, the Provincial Payments Office and the Administrator of our Community of Owners. Excellent value for money.”
Bill Douthwaite, Ronda, September 2009

Back home, but not for long! PDF
Saturday, 29 January 2011 14:00

After spending five of the last six weeks in either Germany or the UK, it feels good to be back home in Spain again – just in time to move house next week!

Having lived in six different houses in the last six years I’m on the move again, but for the final time, I hope. It’s time to settle down now, after a turbulent half decade. 

I found a new lady and a new life in 2008, got married again last summer and now the new Mrs W and I are about to move into our dream home, which should see us through to the end of our days.

It’s a single storey villa, with easy vehicular access, on level ground, with a garden and pool, in the campo, yet just five minutes’ drive from Ronda. Perfect!

What about Montejaque? I hear you ask.  Yes, I love Montejaque and have written extensively and lovingly about my life in this tranquil village in the mountains of the Sierra de Grazalema natural park.  To be honest we shall both be leaving with heavy hearts, as we have enjoyed living here, but unfortunately there was no property available in the village that met our criteria for our new life together.

But, hey, Montejaque’s only 15 minutes away from Ronda by car, so I think we’ll still be around quite a lot.

And anyway, what’s wrong with Ronda?

© Paul Whitelock


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Paul Whitelock

Paul is a Joint Honours graduate in Spanish and German, a qualified teacher (PGCE) and has a Member of the Institute of Linguists (MIL) qualification.

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