Brits and Norwegians buy up two villages in Galicia

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  • #57344
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    DBMarcos99
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    http://www.lavozdegalicia.es/noticia/galicia/2013/03/12/noruegos-ingleses-compran-dos-aldeas-meira-pontenova/0003_201303G12P18991.htm

    Did anyone tell them it can rain a bit, all year around, up there?

    Seems, according to the report they are after “el paisaje, la tranquilidad, los prados, la gastronomía.” I hope they get on with the local Gallegos, who have a rep for being “difficult”.

  • #116129
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    Maybe, they like the rain & the greenery or like a Galiago they have difficulty in knowing if they like the sunshine or the rain.

  • #116130
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    A happy news story, great. It doesn’t always have to be downers on Spain. I hope they’ll all be happy with their choice.

  • #116134
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    We’ve been to Galicia several times and never had rain fortunately, it’s a very green and attractive part of Spain and the coastline is really nice on sunny days. No Winter day time darkness there for Scandinavians, a bit like Cornwall in Winter. Easy access to Portugal which we sometimes drove to. 8)

  • #116138
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    katy
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    Some stunning places and beaches there. Playa de ls Catedrales is my favourite. A nice change from the ex-pat costas.

  • #116140
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    I’m getting paranoid again. I’m fairly sure I didn’t include a picture link when i posted this thread – yet there it is! 🙄 ❓

  • #116141
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    It can only be the hand of God.

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