Tales of the Lecrin Valley

A personal view of life in an andalusian village.

We ask clients to fill in a questionnaire at the end of their stays in our rural houses, asking among other things what could be done to improve the accommodation or facilities.  We take great store of the comments and try to carry out any solveable problems.  Some however seem to think that the world should be arranged to suit them…..

The house has been built in the wrong place and should be thirty metres further up the hill.

The opening times of the supermarkets were very inconvenient for us.

You should build a new road to the house.

You can´t possibly expect me to walk up a hill like that to the car park every day.  Book me into a hotel in Granada immediately. This area is lovely, however, and I would like to come on a walking holiday in the mountains hereabouts.

The villages supplied too little entertainment for us.

And on it goes……