Worn down by yet another dreary English winter and with an emotional disinclination for hard - or indeed any - work, Shaun Briley decides that life in Spain has to be a better bet. So he and his girlfriend Helen set off with their meagre savings (well, hers) and buy an isolated farmhouse in the mountains of Almeria. Two innocents abroad, they don't realise their farmhouse has neither electricity, water or indeed a lavatory. What follows is an extremely funny tale of how not to settle in a foreign land, involving rat racing, runaway horses and extremely infatuated cross-eyed neighbours.
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Shaun Briley is a journalist and author. He is the son of John Briley, who received an Academy Award for his work on Gandhi.
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Book Description Ebury Press, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 91896703