The last few months have passed in a bit of a blur, one of the reasons that there haven’t been any blog updates from me. I think about blogging often, but lots of other things end up taking priority.
Before we moved to the Costa del Sol, I wasn’t completely sure what to expect in terms of weather. Friends who had lived here previously, and who live here now, had told us that the weather was wonderful all year round; that it never really gets very cold. I suppose I expected never to need a jacket or a scarf: that kind of ‘it never really gets very cold’. I have needed a jacket and a scarf. Although, granted, not that often. I wonder if my perceptions would have been different if we were moving here from the temperate UK climate vs. moving here from the tropical Filipino climate?
Whilst we have had some cold days, and some wet days, generally we have lots of sunny days. The sunny days can feel cold when the wind is up. But I don’t mind, if it’s sunny.
On these bright sunny days, we often have fabulous views of the Mediterranean sea on one side and the edge of the Sierra Nevada mountains on the other. Over the last few weeks, as winter has arrived we have been able to see snow on the mountains, and the sun glinting off the sea. How wonderfully surreal.