I thought that all the entertainment had finished for Easter and to my great surprise I was down at the port yesterday and there is still plenty going on. I should really look at the Whats On section more! There are stalls along the front at the opposite end to the marina. The stall holders are dressed in peasant clothes, there are food stalls, jewellery, places to sit and eat. It was a lovely family atmoshphere I would recommend giving it a visit.
Today I was in Mazarron centre at the market and they have a large tent near the health center where they are hosting local arts, crafts and local produce. Tomorrow there will be tapas between 12 and 2 at the Canadas del Romero stall. Served by the mayor of Canadas Jose Antonio Imbernon! Plenty going on until Tuesday I believe.
I met up with the couple who help run the Canadas del Romero Social Center and they said on Monday between 5 and 8pm there will be local produce to sample then on Tuesday a local history display same time 5 till 8 in the tent in the centre of town. Also every day there will be tapas served bwtween 12 and 2.
I was most upset to hear this weekend that a young British mum is avoiding sending her children on the school bus in the mornings and doing the school run herself to avoid them having to listen to the foul mouths of the British children on board. The lady that accompanys the bus is Spanish so doesn´t understand their bad language so the children think its really clever and funny. I suggested she either approaches the school direct about it or talks with other mothers whilst waiting for the bus. It seems such a shame, does anyone else have any ideas how she could get around this problem?