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Nobu Opening in Marbella

Nobu Restaurant Marbella With the recent re-construction of San Pedro de Alcantara just outside of Puerto Banus and its sudden popularity, it is safe to say that central Marbella has suffered a little over the last few years due to people looking further afield for their entertainment. Well that could all change again as it looks like Marbella is fighting back. There is a new Gourmet Food Market in the cent ...

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Mahiki Beach Coming To Marbella

The Sala Group, who own the famous Puerto Banus venue La Sala and the busy beach club Sala by the Sea, are about to bring a taste of Polynesia to Marbella with their brand new venture. The popular Dover Street (London) venue called Mahiki has always been a celebrity hangout since it first opened its doors back in 2005, attracting not just some of the world's top celebrity clientele like Lady Gaga, Rihanna a ...

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Adam Machaj Training in Marbella

Marbella could help create the next British heavyweight boxing champion. The Euro Weekly News has reported that Adam Machaj, who is hoping to become the British heavyweight champ, has relocated from his Lancashire home to the sunnier and warmer climate of Fuengirola. He is hoping that this change will put him on track to achieving his ambition of becoming the British Champion. His boxing pedigree certainly ...

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Joseph at Salon Varietes Theatre

Last night (25 March 2017) Hannah and I headed off to the Salon Varietes Theatre in Fuengirola to see their production of the Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice musical Joseph and his Technicolour Dreamcoat. We had already heard amazing reviews from friends that had seen it earlier in the week, and being both Hannah’s and my favourite musical, we were super excited to be heading off to see it. In fact for the ...

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Sala Super League Month Three

The rain poured down during the week but once again the sun was out and shining bright for the Sala Super League Golf event. This month we headed down the coast to La Cañada in Sotogrande. There was a St Patrick’s Day feel to the event with special hats left in the carts for people to wear and some players even sported nice bright green or orange trousers (although I am not convinced this was actually to ho ...

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Horse and Carriage Petition

Times are changing all over the world and many of the things that were put down to 'tradition' are now also very much under scrutiny. Spain is known for being a loving nation, especially to their families and children, but not so much when it comes to animals. Many old towns and cities in Spain that are popular tourist attractions still operate horse drawn carriages as a way to explore parts of the towns or ...

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