By Euro Weekly News Media • 14 October 2011 • 10:17
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WITH the glorious autumn sunshine it’s a real pleasure to be living in Almeria.
Even though the working day is longer than back in Blighty and six days a week is the norm rather than the exception; there is always a favourite pit stop or view point to stop at and take it easy for a little while…. Then I look down and pick up a bit of litter or two.
I mentioned last week the really cheap petrol stations opposite the ITV near Albox on the A334 the other day and filled up at one I had not used before called Indapak. The friendly girl was really welcoming and when I said I had not been there before she gave me a few complimentary pens. It was a random act of kindness and it made my day as I am skilled at losing pens. Regular readers will recall that I hate litter and tidy up a few places of my own when either out with the dogs or driving past. Fellow columnist Tony Matthews has picked up on my thread and has also written about the mess in some areas. It’s easy for us to get angry and blame the council or A.N. Other but as long as we are mobile and not infirm we can all do something about the litter problem.
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