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Printing / Graphic Design

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Accountants / Finance / Legal Pg 47,61 Insurance

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Swimming pools

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Botanical gardens

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Bouncy castles

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Radio Stations

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Scuba Diving

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Alhaurin el Grande

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Torremolinos, carihuela

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Air conditioning & Heating

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Garden Centres

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Hi folks, IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS WE HAVE A NEW PHONE NUMBER 633 244 599 Halloween is this month so you all know what that means... well in England and other countries hoards of kids knocking on your door saying’trick or treat’, thankfully it doesn’t seem to happen here. Mind you I would rather have that than the people who burgled our house last week , thanks for that whoever you were it made for a great day...not. At least its starting to cool down so we can sleep at night without the costly aircon and the mozzies seem to be in shorter supply. It will be soon time to get the duvet back out of the closet Yes winter is fast approaching. It’is very strange how you aclimatise, its 25 degrees on the terrace and you feel cold because you have been out in 36 degrees during the day your friends from the uk are sitting there in vest tops and shorts whilst you are in Jeans and a long sleeved top, you almost need a trip back to blighty to reboot your mind to explain that it’s warm here. Don’t forget to tell our advertizers that you found

them in the Sentinella, it’s very important that they know where you heard about them. This months find Georgie winner was Mr Bell from Alhaurin again, 10 points, Then Del Smith 8, Apri , celebrations 6. JUST A REMINDER TO ALL BUSINESSES We are updating our on line directory so you not only go in the magazine but online aswell, next month we will be featuring a new bar and restaurant guide ready for the festive season and beyond, call us to find out more.


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annual event, but with heavier bikes next time! Hiding 'Shoplifter' Crushed In Bin Lorry

Wave Riders: Divers Pedal Along Lake Bed One of sport's more unusual races has taken place at the bottom of the world's deepest expanse of fresh water - Lake Baikal in Russia. A group of scubadiving enthusiasts have marked the end of their season by cycling along a marked track under the waves. Fifteen divers took part, although due to the air in the tyres, most struggled to keep their bikes on the lake bed. Billed as a bit of fun, the event also had a more serious side - to learn about the behaviour of different objects under water. The divers hope to turn the race into an

A shoplifting suspect is in hospital in a critical condition after he was crushed while hiding in a rubbish truck. James Brienzo fled from police after he was spotted leaving a Walmart store in Alliance, Ohio, through a fire exit with a trolley full of goods. The 37-year-old hid in a rubbish bin outside the shop, and waited for officers to leave the area But workers arrived to pick up the store's rubbish and the bin was emptied into a truck. Brienzo was crushed several times, as the lorry's metal jaws compacted the rubbish. He eventually managed to pull out a mobile phone from his pocket and call a friend.

His pal phoned police, who used GPS (Global Positioning System) to track the truck. The rubbish, which mainly consisted of cardboard boxes, had been crushed so much that police could not free him from the vehicle. Brienzo was crushed several times during the incident The lorry was taken back to the depot, and Brienzo fell out of the truck head-first with the rubbish. "He was in a lot of pain," said a police spokesman at the scene."He had been compacted several times. He was just begging us to empty the truck." The spokesman said Brienzo suffered serious injuries and is being treated in the Metro Health Medical Centre in Cleveland. The suspect is expected to be charged with shoplifting after he recovers.

Why should I review my pension? Around twenty years ago, the majority of Personal Pension Plans were sold direct from the Provider via their own sales forces i.e. Pearl Assurance, Prudential, Allied Dunbar or even one of the high street banks such as NatWest or Midland Bank. And because prior to the early 1990’s providers did not have to tell you how much your pension was costing in hidden charges, they all projected the pension to be around the same amount After disclosure of charges was introduced, the projected pension benefits from most providers plummeted, as did the fortunes of most of the home service insurance companies, as the true cost of their operations were exposed. This also resulted in many closed funds offering little or no growth with the majority of people losing money in real terms. As competition increased some providers withdrew from the market altogether whilst others decided that the direct sales force was outdated and too expensive to maintain. They therefore opted to sell their products through Independent Financial Advisers, although most schemes remained relatively highly charged.This started to change in April 2001 with the introduction of the Stakeholder Pension. The idea was to offer a pension scheme with a far lower charging structure than before, with charges capped at 1.5% of the fund. However this was not the success that the government had hoped for; due to the low charging structure, the fund choice was restricted to the cheapest funds. Although past performance is no guarantee to future returns, many of these funds have performed poorly. Over recent years, providers have dwindled but competition has increased. Many providers now offer pensions with base charges lower than the 1.5% stakeholder but with the option to use up to 4000 external funds. This not only gives a wider choice of investments for your pension, but access to the best fund managers out there. For *example, the Newton Balanced Managed * Fund has achieved 49.16% with over the past 5 years compared to a sector average on 25.3%.

It should also be remembered that as we grow older and get nearer to retirement our investment choices often change. Money that you would once have been speculative with is now your only source of income in retirement and your pension funds may need to change in line with the next stage in your life. Finally expats that have been outside the U.K for 5 years can enter into a QROPS for greater flexibility and tax benefits.( I will go into more details about the options available next month) In conclusion, if your policies have not been reviewed in the last 2 years by a Professional, Qualified and Regulated Adviser you could be throwing your hard earned pension down the drain, through high charges, restrictive or poor performing funds, or it may be your fund selection needs reviewing because of change in circumstances. Paul *( Source Trustnet; Scot Eq Newton Balanced Managed Pn. copy available on request ) P.s following last months column check, out this report from the independent h t t p : / / w w w. i n d e p e n d e n t . c o . u k / m o n e y / pensions/overseas-pensions-may-look-goodbut-beware-the-sting-1898743.html

trips or your return flight, and crucially, the cost for getting you home when you are fit enough to travel? The cost of Repatriation by Air or Road Ambulance will certainly make your eyes water! Can you afford to travel? make no excuse in repeating myself. If you can’t afford decent travel insurance, you can’t afford to travel. There is no excuse to go on holiday without travel insurance. We always think “it will never happen to me” and the last thing you want to think about is what can go wrong? But it is not always straightforward when something happens even when taking a quick trip to UK. If you have an accident or are taken ill and you have an EHIC, you may receive free medical treatment. But what about the other costs such as additional accommodation costs for your travelling companion, cancellation of any ongoing

What if your flight is delayed because of bad weather, industrial action or breakdown of your aircraft, train or ship? Or you miss your flight because of delay in public transport, or the vehicle taking you to the airport breaks down? Consider the additional costs involved if your passport is lost, stolen or damaged, if your airline goes bust. Your baggage gets put on the wrong flight, or it is lost or stolen. The staff in you hotel go on strike. How about the cost of Cancelling or cutting short your holiday because you or your travelling companion in unwell? Or if a close relative, business associate or someone you have planned to stay with becomes ill?

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office advice is “Get comprehensive travel insurance�

October Inland News from 106.8 Ace FM

Visit get a quote instantly and arrange cover securely online. Your travel insurance Policy and Emergency Assistance Card will be delivered to you immediately by email. Cover for people living in Spain and all other EU Countries. Call our UK office on +44 1353 699 082 or our Spanish link line on 96 626 5000.

The 2010 Inland Charity Dog Show will be held at the beautiful La Finca restaurant and stables in Alhaurin el Grande on Saturday 16th October from 10am till 3pm in association with CHAIN and ARCH. With show and obediance classes and events especially for children this is the dog show not to be missed. Stallholders are welcome and all proceeds go to the two charities, helping abandoned and mistreated animals in Andalucia. For more information, visit Halloween approaches this month and local radio presenter Steve Kay hosts The Monster Mash / Rocky Horrow Show Party on Friday 29th October at JK's Matchroom, located in the Poligino Industrial La Trocha, Coin. He is joined the local band The Jitterbugs so expect some great spooky tunes as well as a mix of ska, two-tone and reggae from The Ska Joker Sound System. The fun starts at 9pm and fancy dress is recommended. Thanks to everyone for the birthday wishes last month. Ace FM is now into its 4th year which is a long time for anything in Spain. Our competition give-a-ways continue throughout October. Tune in to win some great prizes as a free weeks car hire from Country Car Hire, food and drink from UK Food Supplies, a complimentary car service from Apex Autos and even a free therapy session from local hypnotherapist The Dreanweaver ! You can even win CDs of the featured music played on air. Keep up to-date with local news and events by visiting our Facebook page : Have a great October, Dave @ 106.8 Ace FM Radio for Inland Andalucia

world's largest reserves of mineral and energy resources. It has the world's largest forest reserves and its lakes contain approximately one-quarter of the world's fresh water.

Russia is this months A- Z feature Population : 142 million Total Area:17,075,400 sq km Languages: Russian, Currency: Ruble Capital city: Moscow National sport: Football, Ice Hockey Russia , also officially known as the Russian Federation, is a state in northern Eurasia. From northwest to southeast, Russia shares borders with Norway, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland , Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, the People's Republic of China, Mongolia, and North Korea. It also has maritime borders with Japan by the Sea of Okhotsk and the United States by the Bering Strait. Russia is the largest couintry in the world, covering more than a ninth of the Earth's land area. Russia is also the ninth most populous nation with 142 million people. It extends across the whole of northern Asia and 40% of Europe, spanning 9 time zones and incorporating a wide range of environments and landforms. Russia has the

The nation's history began with that of the East Slavs, who emerged as a recognizable group in Europe between the 3rd and 8th centuries AD. Founded and ruled by a noble Viking warrior class and their descendants, the first East Slavic state, Kievan Rus', arose in the 9th century and adopted Orthodox Christianity from the Byzantine Empire in 988, beginning the synthesis of Byzantine and Slavic cultures that defined Russian culture for the next millennium. Kievan Rus' ultimately disintegrated and the lands were divided into many small feudal states. The most powerful successor state to Kievan Rus' was Moscow, which served as the main force in the Russian reunification process and independence struggle against the Golden Horde. Moscow gradually reunified the surrounding Russian principalities and came to dominate the cultural and political legacy of Kievan Rus'. By the 18th century, the nation had greatly expanded through conquest, annexation, and exploration to become the Russian Empire, which was the third largest empire in history, stretching from Poland in Europe to Alaska in North America.

Russia established worldwide power and influence from the times of the Russian Empire to being the largest and leading constituent of the Soviet Union, the world's first constitutionally socialist state and a recognized superpower, that played a decisive role in the Allied victory in World War II. The Soviet era saw some of the greatest technology achievments of the nation, such as the world's first human spaceflight. The Russian Federation was founded following the dissolution of the soviet union in 1991,

but is recognized as the continuing legal personality of the Soviet state. Russia has the world's 12th largest econmy, with the fifth largest nominal military budget. It is one of the five recognized nuclear weapons states and possesses the largest stockpile of weapons of mass destruction. Russia is a great power and a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council,

Sightseeing in Russia includes visiting places of historical significance, museums, parks and churches. Moscow. This city is the capital city of Russia. There are many sightseeing attractions in Moscow which can be toured easily. Some of the popular sightseeing attractions of Moscow are: Red Square: Located in the center of Moscow, rists. This well-known Red Square is surrounded by State History Museum, St. Basil’s Cathedral as well as by Lenin’s Mausoleum Lake Baikal. This lake is the deepest freshwater lake across the globe. Lake Baikal which is the UNESCO World Heritage Site is toured by the visitors on a regular basis. Volgograd. In Volgograd a battle was fought during the Second World War. In Volgograd, you can visit the Mamayev Kurgan. Saint Petersburg has the Hermitage Museum. In this museum, you can admire works by such artists like, Rembrandt Reuben, Da Vinci and Michealangelo

Le Tre Galline There were three sisters who lived in Turin and one of them, Manuela, decided to move to Malaga and open a restaurant. They called it "Le Tre Galline" based on good home cooking providing authentic Italian cuisine. From there, they decided to open another restaurant in El Higuer贸n offering the same great food cooked by Manuela. That麓s how it all started. The food is cooked to perfection by a real Italian cook and with such a range of Pizzas and delicious pasta you need extra time to decide what to have. The excellent staff are multilingual which makes life easier for everyone. Inside the restaurant it is finished to as high a standard as the food the pleasant atmosphere and soft lighting make it a perfect venue for couples or families alike

No time to go to the restaurant? They have the solution. Just visit the website view the menu... then have it delivered... for no extra charge. So you get authentic Italian home made pizza or pasta meal delivered to your door... fantastic. We have told you a little about this retaurant so you will want to try it yourself. it is located at El Higueron near to the carrefour express, just off the autovia Mijas/Benalmadena junction

by Jan Morley Ginger A spice that be bought in various forms, with a multitude of uses! Ginger is native to India and China. It takes its name from the Sanskrit word stringa-vera, which means “with a body like a horn”, as in antlers. Ginger has been important in Chinese medicine for many centuries.. It is also named in the Koran, the sacred book of Islam, indicating it was known in Arab countries as far back as 650 A.D. It was one of the earliest spice known in Western Europe, used since the ninth century. It became so popular in Europe that it was included in every table setting, like salt and pepper. In English pubs and taverns in the nineteenth century, barkeepers put out small containers of ground ginger, for people to sprinkle into their beer — the origin of ginger ale. In order to ’gee up’ a lazy horse, it is the time honoured practice of Sussex farmers to apply a pinch of ginger to the animal’s backside. Culinary Uses: Fresh ginger is essential to Asian and oriental cookery. It is used in pickles, chutneys and curry pastes and the ground dried root is a constituent of many curry powders. Tender young ginger can be sliced and eaten as a salad. Sometimes the roots will produce green sprouts which can be finely chopped and added to a green salad. In the West, dried ginger is mainly used in cakes and biscuits, especially ginger snaps and gingerbread. Ginger is also used in puddings, jams, preserves and in some drinks like ginger beer, ginger wine and tea. Pickled ginger is a delicious accompaniment to satays and a colourful garnish to many Chinese dishes. Preserved ginger is eaten as a confection, chopped up for cakes and puddings, and is sometimes used as an ice cream ingredient.

This is quite an unusual recipe, but an excellent way of using all those spare plums. The fruit gives the loaf a soft moist texture, and the spicy ginger compliments the juicy sweet plums. Best eaten fresh, as can dry out after a couple of days, do not be tempted to remove from tin too soon, as may crumble when still hot! PLUM AND GINGER LOAF Preheat oven to 180°C, 350°F, gas mark 4 Grease a 900g (2lb) loaf tin Ingredients 22G (8oz) fresh plums, stoned 100g (4oz) soft butter 50g (2oz) soft light brown sugar 2 tablespoons golden syrup 2 eggs 225g (8oz) self raising flour 2 teaspoons ground ginger Splash of milk Caster sugar for dusting


Chop the stoned plums coarsely Beat the sugar and butter together until fluffy, beat in the syrup for another 2 minutes Add the beaten eggs, a little at a time Sift in the flour and the ginger, folding gently, a little at a time, stir in the plums Transfer into the greased loaf tin, bake for 1 hour 15 minutes, until the skewer is clean when tested.


Kate Beckinsale: Santa Monica Family Fun Never one to skip out on weekend family time, Kate Beckinsale joined her husband Len Wiseman and daughter Lily Mo Sheen for a fun-filled Santa Monica outing on Saturday (September 25). The "Underworld" actress looked casual cute as she and her loved ones visited some friends - during which time Kate and a pack of kiddies proudly stuck their tongues out at the paparazzi. The family excursion comes just days after Kate was officially confirmed as returning for a fourth installment of "Underworld". Reprising her role as the vampire "Selene," the movie will begin shooting in March 2011 with a release date set for January 2012. Rosie and Jason's Big Apple Weekend Rendezvous Making for a romantic weekend rendezvous, Rosie Huntington Whiteley met up with boyfriend Jason Statham for some quality time together in New York City. Spotted out on Saturday (September 25), the sexy supermodel and her "Transporters" beau browsed the local shops and galleries after having flown into town earlier in the day. The sighting comes as Miss Huntington-Whiteley is on a brief break from filming "Transformers 3" - which she was shooting in Detroit, Michigan over the past week. Co-starring Shia LaBeouf, the Michael Bay directed flick is due out in cinemas on July 11, 2011 . David Beckham Gets Charitable Amidst Cheating Rumors Unwilling to let tabloid cheating rumors slow him down, David Beckham was busy working getting charitable with the youth of Trinidad and Tobago in Macoya on Sunday (September 26). After chatting with reporters, the LA Galaxy star partook in a soccer match with the kiddies during a coaching clinic for local players at Marvin Lee Stadium. As for his personal woes, Beckham was named as having a series of trysts with brunette beauty Irma Nici in a recently published story from InTouch magazine. Having since sued InTouch for libel, Becks and his wife Victoria have deemed the allegations as "completely untrue and totally ridiculous."

Emma Watson Lands First Post-Potter Role Ready for life after "Harry Potter," actress Emma Watson has reportedly landed her first post-Potter role in a film called "My Week With Marilyn". The Hermione Granger cutie is said to be portraying a young wardrobe assistant named Lucy in the Simon Curtis directed drama co-starring Michelle Williams and Judi Dench. As for the plotline, a synopsis via IMDB tells: "Colin Clark, an employee of Sir Laurence Olivier's, documents the tense interaction between Olivier and Marilyn Monroe during production of The Prince and the Showgirl." Meanwhile, fans of Miss Watson can next see her in action when "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I" hits cinemas on November 19. Kim Kardashian -- $100,000 Handbag Shopping Spree Kim Kardashian and her mom spent over $100,000 on handbags in Paris -- and no, they didn't buy a truckload of 'em ... they bought seven. It all went down in the notoriously expensive Hermes store -- where we're told Kim and her mother Kris purchased six of the label's exclusive "Birkin" bags ... valued at around $10,000 apiecebut here's the kicker -- sources close to the reality star say, Kim also bought herself an extremely rare crocodile-skin bag from the upscale French boutique ... worth around 30,000. Overall, the Kardashians easily surpassed the $100k mark. What recession? Katy Perry -- The Bachelorette's Bikini Party Katy Perry strapped a wedding veil to her butt this weekend for one last fling as a single woman -- at a bikini bachelorette party in Vegas with Rihanna and a bunch of her friends. photos of the singer lettin' loose at the pool at the Hard Rock Hotel. Perry -- who was doin' some boozin' at the pool -- was clearly mentally prepared for the weekend ... dropping the following tweet before the weekend kicked off, "Signing up for a liver transplant now.� See you next month

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Energy Saving Window Technology: Argon Gas Filled Units An improvement that can be made to the thermal performance of insulating glazing units is to reduce the conductance of the air space between the layers. Originally, the space was filled with air or flushed with dry nitrogen just prior to sealing. In a sealed glass insulating unit, air currents between the two panes of glazing carry heat to the top of the unit and settle into cold pools at the bottom. Filling the space with a less conductive, more viscous, or slow-moving gas minimizes the convection currents within the space, conduction through the gas is reduced, and the overall transfer of heat between the inside and outside is reduced. R-DMC’S has recognized the need for Argon Gas in Spain and have invested in the machinery so can now offer their customers this much improved sealed unit. They are a family run business and have been in business for five years running a glass manufacturers covering all aspects of glass manufacture from double glazed sealed units to table tops, showers, shop fronts, shelves etc. RDMC’S also manufacture Glass Curtains in their Nave on the Camino de Coin road and also manufacture the Toughened glass in-house with their Toughening plant making them the only company manufacturing the complete system in house.They have had great success with their Glass Curtains as they are manufacturing a German system called Sunflex. RDMC’S have been given the official distribution for the area and are very happy with the product. This system truly sells itself, it is a far superior system which is typical of German design, a lot of time and thought has gone into this system making it one of, if not the best system available. Not only does it look far more robust but also the design makes it very easy for the owners to use and therefore reduces damage that can occur (Especially for rental properties) with the use of glass curtain systems. Glass curtains can also be an energy saving investment, a lot of their customers have commented on the difference that the Glass curtains have made to the warmth inside their homes, for example if you are enclosing a terrace that is joined to the lounge you have an extra layer of 10mm glass giving you that extra insulation and stopping drafts, also if the glass curtains are kept closed in the winter in the daytime the terrace has already warmed up and the glass will help keep the heat in. ( see advert page 13 )

Honouring those who improve the species.... by accidently removing themselves from it! or almost! Loch Ness Monster 1999 At-Risk Survivor Unconfirmed by Darwin (June 1999, California) summer down on Lake Isabella, in the high desert east of Bakersfield, a woman was having trouble with her boat. No matter how she tried, she just couldn't get her new 22-foot Bayliner to perform. It was sluggish in every maneuver, regardless of the power applied. She tried for an hour to make her boat go, but finally gave up and putted over to a nearby Marina for help. A topside check revealed that everything was in perfect working order. The engine ran fine, the outboard motor pivoted up and down, and the prop was the correct size and pitch. One of the Marina guys jumped in the water to check beneath the boat. He came up almost choking on water, he was laughing so hard. Under the boat, still strapped securely in place, was the trailer. Boom Boom Bees 2009 At-Risk Survivor Unconfirmed by Darwin (1999) Our hero had just moved into a rental home. The yard had not been mowed in over a year. He set about mowing down the overgrown weeds, and soon ran right over a foot-wide hole. Out came an angry army of yellowjackets! As he ran in terror, our man knew he had to get rid of these pests somehow, and soon. He sat on the porch pondering the problem over a few brews. As an interim solution, he poured a five-gallon jug of gasoline down the hole, then drank more beer and watched the sun set. What was the likelihood that the mission was accomplished? An hour later he decided to err on the side of caution and burn them out. He lit a match and tossed it at the hole. Boom, and I mean KABOOM. Hair on arms? Gone! Eyebrows? Gone! Walkway? Cracked, and a six-foot crater where the wasp nest had been. As he stood there burnt and smoking, beer in hand, wife shrieking in the background, he knew he had won...the Dumb Ass Award.

The next two numbers are YOUR AGE! (Oh YES, it is!!!!!) Chocolate Calculator This is pretty neat. It takes less than a minute ... Work this out as you read ..... Be sure you don't read the bottom until you've worked it out! This is not one of those waste of time things, it's fun. 1. First of all, pick the number of times a week that you would like to have chocolate (more than once but less than 10) 2. Multiply this number by 2 (just to be bold) 3. Add 54. Multiply it by 50 -- I'll wait while you get the calculator 5. If you have already had your birthday this year add 1760 .. If you haven't, add 1759.. 6... Now subtract the four digit year that you were born. You should have a three digit number The first digit of this was your original number (i.e., how many times you want to have chocolate each week).

Widdle Wabbit A precious little girl walks into a petsmart shop and asks, in the sweetest little lisp, between two missing teeth, "Excuthe me, mithter, do you keep widdle wabbits?" As the shopkeeper's heart melts, he gets down on his knees so that he's on her level and asks, "Do you want a widdle white wabbit, or a thoft and fuwwy, bwack wabbit, or maybe one like that cute widdle bwown wabbit over there?" She, in turn, blushes, rocks on her heels, puts her hands on her knees, leans forward and says, in a tiny quiet voice, "I don't think my python weally gives a thit."

LÍNEA DIRECTA WITH YOU Via its International Department, Línea Directa offers all foreign policyholders residing in Spain customer service by telephone in both English and German. As a result, customers can take out their policy, make any type of enquiry, present claims, send documentation and enjoy 24 hour road assistance, all in their own language, with a single call to 902 352 325 (902 123 540 in German), at a time which is convenient for them, whatever product they have purchased. In addition, the same department offers its policyholders a translation service for dealing with repair garages. The customer service in English is the only one in Spain which also makes it possible for the customer to make contact by telephone from outside Spain, by calling 0034 91 807 49 06 from a mobile phone or 0034 902 325 325 from a landline. CUSTOMER SERVICE HELP LINES IN ENGLISH Information and new policies 902 325 325 9am-7pm (Monday to Friday) From outside Spain: 0034 91 807 49 06 (mobiles) 0034 902 325 325. (landline) Information and new policies 902 326 326 9am-5.30pm. (Monday to Friday) From outside Spain: 0034 91 807 49 07 (mobiles) 0034 902 326 326. (landline) I Travel Assistance 900 120 123 (24 hours, 365 days) From outside Spain: 0034 91 807 42 56 (mobiles) 00 800 80 120 123 (landline) The best online service Línea Directa also offers all its foreign policyholders living in Spain the possibility of making all their enquiries and carrying out all operations by email at f customers write to this address, they will receive a quick, personalised reply in their own language to any type of question they might have or any enquiry they wish to make about their insurance. By dealing directly with policyholders, offering them a personalised service and committing itself to excellence and quality, Línea Directa has become the 5th largest Spanish insurer in only 15 years, with over 1.7 million customers. Included in this figure are over 60,000 foreign policyholders residing in Spain, who enjoy all the marvellous benefits which Línea Directa offers all its expatriate customers. If you wish to find out more, call 902 123 104 now. (902 123 963 in German)

Age Care Association Needs Volunteers Age Care Association offers help and advice for older English-speaking people living on the Costa del Sol and is in need of new volunteers to join the small band of helpers already involved. One of the main requirements is for a person with administrative experience, who must be computer literate; also someone with nursing experience to complement the present team Also required are car drivers willing to take elderly or sick people to hospital for tests and appointments as well as driving someone to the shops, bank or to the doctors. If you are not a car driver you can help in other ways, including visiting housebound residents as they would be glad of an hour's conversation or similar. If you would like information about becoming a volunteer please call our helpline below. Age Care Association runs three weekly drop-in centres, please note change of venue for Benalmádena area, which is now held every Monday from 4.30 – 6 p.m. at Woodies Bar, Avenida de Bonanza (just up from the church). Our other centres are Tuesdays at Pizzeria El Zoco, Calahonda from 11 – 1 p.m. and every Thursday at the Manila Bar, Paseo, Los Boliches, from 10 - 12-30 p.m. Age Care Association runs a Charity Shop which has recently moved to El Zoco Complex, Calahonda and is open Monday to Friday from10 to 4 and Saturday 10 to 2. If you are in need of help or advice please contact Age Care Association on 691 761 088/655 903182 or visit our website at OLD TIME MUSIC HALL TAPAS (The Andalucia Performing Arts Society) are busy putting the final touches to their impending “Old Time Music Hall”. In the style of the BBC’s “The Good Old Days” (for those who remember it) the show incorporates singing, dancing, comedy and drama.Performances will be Friday 15th, Saturday 16th October at 8pm and a 4pm Matinee on Sunday 17th October. Work is also under way adapting the stage to allow the production to be performed at Venta Los Arcos (Coin/ Cartama road). This venue proved successful for TAPAS’s last play and will hopefully see further productions being staged there.why not book your tickets now - Members €5 & Guests €7 Box Office 653 526 897 Visit for further info.


The pool on the right is full of happy people splashing around, the pool on the left is empty. Why would that be? The sun is shining, why wouldn’t the pool on the left be full too? Well the secret here is that the pool on the right is heated! How quick do you dip your toe out of the icy cold water of some unheated pools!! A pool heater can easily give a 30 degree plus temperature to your pool water all year round.As we still have to clean and maintain

the pools even when they are not in use, it is a sensible solution to allow the pools to be used more. Quality pool heaters are more economical to run than the cheaper imports, and as long as they are serviced and maintained on a regular yearly basis, should be heating the pool for a good amount of time. If you are looking for an all year round pool season, beware of the cheap imports which will only extend the pool season around the summer months. To retain the heat of the water, a pool cover must be used. A reinforced bubble cover used in conjunction with a light weight movable roller is ideal to maintain the temperature of the water over night. If you are thinking of using your pool more, now is an ideal time to buy a pool heater. A heater will not only allow you to swim in your pool throughout the winter months, you will benefit from the use of your pool all year round. Helen Johnson, EnviroCare, SL

The grizzly bear is a North American subspecies of the brown bear. These awe-inspiring giants tend to be solitary animals,with the exception of females and their cubs but at times they do congregate. Dramatic gatherings of grizzly bears can be seen at prime Alaskan fishing spots when the salmon run upstream for summer spawning. In this season, dozens of bears may gather to feast on the fish, craving fats that will sustain them through the long winter ahead. The grizzly bear is a large predator that is different from black bears due to a distinctive hump on its shoulders. They have concave faces and long claws about the length of a human finger. Their coloration is usually darkish brown but can vary from very light cream to black. The long guard hairs on their backs and shoulders often have white tips and give the bears a "grizzled" appearance, hence the name "grizzly." The correct scientific name for the species is “brown bear�, but only coastal bears in Alaska and Canada are referred to as such, while inland bears and those found in the lower 48 states are called grizzly bears. The bears dig dens for winter hibernation, 5-8 months, often holing up in a suitable looking hillside. usually on north-facing slopes to ensure good snow cover. Females give birth during this winter rest from 1-3 cubs. The young are born in January or February while the mother is hibernating. Cubs will remain with their mother for at least 2 - 4 years. Despite their impressive size, grizzlies are quite fast and have been clocked at 30 miles (48 km) / hour. They can be dangerous to humans, particularly if surprised or if humans come between a mother and her cubs. Grizzlies once lived in much of western North America and even roamed the Great Plains. European settlement gradually eliminated the bears from much of this range, and today only about 1,000 grizzlies remain in the continental U.S., where they are protected by law. Many grizzlies still roam the wilds of Canada and Alaska, where hunters pursue them as big game trophies. Range Grizzly bears are found in a variety of habitats, from dense forests, to subalpine meadows and arctic tundra. In North America, grizzly bears are found in western Canada, Alaska, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, and Washington. Historically, they could be found from Alaska to Mexico, California to Ohio. However, human encroachment has

forced the remaining brown bear populations to move to rugged mountains and remote forests that are undisturbed by humans. Diet Grizzly bears are powerful, top-of-the-food-chain predators, yet much of their diet consists of nuts, berries, fruit, leaves, and roots. Bears also eat other animals, including rodents. In some areas grizzly bears eat moose, caribou and elk, in others they eat salmon. Grizzly bear diet varies depending on what foods are available in that particular season. Grizzly bears may gain as much as three pounds of weight a day as they prepare for hibernation. This is particularly true for pregnant females who give birth to one pound cubs and then nurse them to about 20 pounds before emerging from the den in April -May. Climate Change and Other Threats Once common throughout the mountains and the Great Plains the grizzly bear (or brown bear) has been reduced to 2% of their historic range in the lower 48 states. A total of only 1,200-1,400 individuals still survive in five populations. For thirty years, Defenders has been actively involved in trying to make sure that this remarkable animal is recovered throughout its range. The biggest threat to grizzly bear survival in the lower 48 is human-caused mortality. Bears come into conflict with humans when they are attracted by garbage, pet foods and bird food. This can often lead to the lethal removal of the bear. Climate change is making these conflicts more likely by contributing to the decline the whitebark pine, whose seeds are of one of the bears’ most important natural food sources. Warmer temperatures and drought have led to the expansion of white pine blister rust and pine beetle outbreaks. As the whitebark pine declines, grizzly bears are spending less time feeding at high elevations, and more time searching for substitute food sources, often in closer proximity to people. Some brown bears are accidentally killed by hunters who mistake them for black bears, which are legal to hunt. And lastly, illegal killing (poaching) of bears remains another reason for their decline. Another threat is habitat degradation due to development, logging, road-building and energy and mineral exploration.

Capricorn 22nd December – 20th January Eight of Wands; Relationship matters have been a bit of a juggling act lately and the month of October doesn't see a let up of the various difficulties you've been managing. The better news is that problems that do arise this month will be swiftly and easily overcome. You will find yourself becoming a little emotionally withdrawn as a result of feeling overburdened emotionally, but a positive renewal of the good times is definitely in the wind by next month. Aquarius 21st January – 18th February The High Priestess; A mood of elevated intuition and introspection has brought about a greater depth of wisdom for Aquarius. Through a month of gentle meditation and observation, you assess a current relationship, in fact a number of relationships, with a new eye. You have reached a deeper maturity, so fairness and justice within relationships now mean much more to you. You are prepared to leave any association that is less than balanced. In so doing, you discover a new flowering of trust with someone who has previously failed to really understand you. Pisces 19th February. – 20th March The Hermit; Recent fights with a close person or partner have caused you to retreat into your shell. This is for self protection, as well as your need to heal from the distress of the recent onslaught. The relationship in question will take a final tumble, leaving you sad about the emptiness left behind. There is in fact some salvage from this wreckage, but it might take you a while to realise this. The aftermath will see you much more contented and materially more stable. Aries 21ST March – 20th April. Four of Pentacles You have a win this month, Aries, but there is a certain factor with this which suggests that you be careful what you hope to win, because that win might cause more trouble than it's worth. Somehow the results of this win will find you feeling tired, stressed and overwhelmed, and unsure which way to turn next. Ultimately there will be no joy in the win unless you open your heart to sharing your gains. Taurus 21st April – 21st May Ace of Wands ;New growth in a relationship, or indeed, a whole new relationship unfolding for Taurus. The recent past has seen you having to battle for your rights and dignity in a particular relationship, and your win has had an element of sorrow attached. The newly found budding relationship, or the regeneration of an existing relationship, is a healing tonic in the light of that past personal distress. You'll find yourself emerging from a state of emotional withdrawal out into a greater engagement with the world and the people you find enriching. Gemini 22nd May – June 21st The Lovers; The end of a feeling of isolation and the forming of a special bond based on love and understanding. A harmonious time for Gemini, with both inner and outer enrichment and peace. Although this card can certainly indicate a romantic alliance, it is also just as likely that the love we speak of is of a more platonic nature, with close companionship through friendship. Accepting mutual responsibility will be the key to a whole new sense of trust and security

Knight of Pentacles; Greater stability in your Cancer 22nd June – 22nd July finances allows for greater harmony in your relationships. After a period where you've had to wage battles on both the financial and emotional fronts, you will succeed in October to reach a state of peace and calm. The opportunity to take time out with loved ones, to seek the tranquillity of nature, will go a long way to healing any past rifts. . Leo 23rd July – 23rd August Queen of Pentacles; Although all seems to be sunshine, roses and gold ingots at the moment, Leo is about to experience something of an emotional disappointment this month. As the Lion does nothing by halves, we can expect a bit of gnashing of teeth and weeping, but before you know it the winds of renewal will sweep through your emotional life and you'll be all positive and energetic again.

Virgo 24th August – 22nd September Three of Cups; A bit of magic in Virgo's love life this month! Reason to celebrate and you'll do so in wild style, well, as wild as Virgo gets. And there's a certain type of victory associated with these unfolding events; it's victory over self by way of learned introspection supporting a new ability to overcome fears in relation to commitment and self disclosure. You've worked hard on this, and that which unfolds in October proves the fruits of those efforts. Libra 23rd September – 22rd October The High Priestess; The spiritual aim in Libra's emotional life this month is for the getting of wisdom. Events will unfold that lead you to assess a certain situation in a calmer and more analytical way than has been your habit. The ability to genuinely avoid being reactive in the face of someone else's issues, in other words to not be caught up in someone else's emotional slipstream, is a lesson well learnt. For some, the strength to divorce yourself from eruptive situations or relationships without inner turmoil or uncertainty is the goal. Ten of Swords; You feel figuratively Scorpio 23rd October - 22nd November stabbed in the back, Scorpio. Someone, much to your surprise, fails you in a rather significant way. As usual your emotions run high over this issue, yet you are more than likely to keep your cards close to your chest. A period of feeling a loss of faith in humanity in general will be healed when you do share your feelings with a trusted person and come to realise that, yes, there are still people you can depend on in your life. Sagittarius 23rd November - 22nd December Six of Wands; A victory for Sag. Where matters of the heart are concerned and all seems well. But watch out for those signs of feeling a little more sensitive than usual without knowing exactly why. There are battles ahead and the harmonious beginning turns into something quite unexpected. As you start feeling as if you're bound in a situation that doesn't suit your nature, you'll feel tempted to resort to manipulative tactics. They won't serve you, so try being totally up front.

First we must say congratulations to the Foreign Residents dept of Coin Town Hall for the 2nd Multicultural Day. The event was staged in the Almieda Square and attracted hundreds of visitor. Countries represented were as diverse as Ukraine to Jamaica and Cuba to Senegal. The Sol Classic car club and friends put on a stunning display of cars and whilst only a few vehicles were on show they looked fantastic and ranged from Ricky's Beetle to a gorgeous Ivory coloured Rolls Royce. As well as chatting with many people at the Multicultural day we have been interviewing a couple of musical greats in the form of Level 42 Bass player Mark King, Liz Mitchell, the original voice of Boney M who preformed a stunning show in Fuengirola and Paul Carrack of Mike and the Mechanics . All of these and many other previous interviews can be found on so you can enjoy them all over again The footy season has arrived and Heartfm have the ultimate sports show on a Saturday afternoon between 3 and 6 - yes Dani is back - the Girl who knows the Off Side Rule and an awful lot more about sport. Join her for all the action from the Premiership League, Formula 1, Rugby in fact if its Sporty Dani has the knowledge plus a load of Fun Features like WAG of the week and Where are they now. Your Saturday is not complete without Dani’s Sports show. The Alhuarinos are once again on the pitch and every home game is covered by Pete and Big Al Not so much a Football commentary more an in-site into how the game should be played!!!!!. Come and join the Alhaurin el Grande’s own Foreign Supporters Club at every home game – see the Heartfm website for all the details As we live in Spain we thinks it’s important that we should understand some of the culture of this country. So we have another new show every Thursday called Musica con Carlos - so many of us assume the only music in Spain is Flamenco, oh how wrong you can be. Carlos brings you an eclectic mix of contemporary music from Ska to Soul from Jazz to Rock.Thursday at 9 - Musica con Carlos A couple of fantastic albums released soon – Clapton 2010 is the new Eric Clapton offering and I must admit to me it is superb - the master continues to provide effortless guitar virtuosity stand out track for me is an amazing cover version

of Autumn Leaves with 2 solo's one on Acoustic and the second on electric guitar. Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin also has a new Album out named after the Players he has put together - The Band of Joy - this once again is another diverse mix of music styles for which Roberts voice Ideally Artists hmmm well we have a couple we are currently championing - The Villagers were featured as Artists of the week on Pete’s Breakfast Show and are very folk influenced Irish band formed by Connor O’Brien. Their album Becoming A Jackal was short-listed in the Mercury Music Awards well worth a listen. One of Artist of the week at the end of last month was Zach Prather - never heard of him huh - well he’s been mentored by the legendary Screamin Jay Hawkins and has playing and singing the Blues for about 15 years. An amazing player with an awful lot of Soul - born in Chicago, now living in Switzerland, he presents us a unique style: fans of the old British Blues-Rock of the Sixties and Seventies love Zach Prather's music as well as Chicago-Blues-Fans. The latest album is title Freak. We shall be out and about as usual with Halloween shows at the Carolina for AID and of course every weekend at Aguamania Ok that's all folks see you soon keep it 95.7 Heartstrings

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Stereo grams Turn the page sideways clockwise and look at the image you should see a horror image? Can’t see it, heres some tips that might help The Pullback Get very close to the stereogram, and very, very slowly pull it away from you. At first you won't even be able to focus on the image... However, keep moving the image in and out, relaxing, and it will appear. Look at the Reflection You'll need to LOOK at something about twice the distance of the image. It turns out we have something that is almost always available that is the exact distance... your reflection. By looking at your reflection, this will help, if not put the book one side of a glass door enough to let you see your reflection.then... After looking at your eye, simply stop focusing on your eye, and try to see the image. Repeat, switching your focus from your eye to the image, and your reflection... and suddenly you will get it.

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Across 1. Pertaining to the backbone (6) 4. Not suitable or right (8) 10. Irrational (9) 11. Unpreceented(5) 12. A timid man (5) 13. Investigator (9) 14. Unpredictable (7) 16. All excited (4) 19. Portent (4) 21. A shipping receipt (7) 24. Whatever person (9) 25. Drive (5) 26. Large Asian country (5) 27. Cradlesongs (9) 28.Jack of all trades(8) 29. Semiformal evening dress for men (6)

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Using the letter grid below, how many words can you find. - Each word must contain the letter in the middle (E in this example, so LAW is not allowed) - words must contain 3 or more letters (so LA is not allowed) - each letter can only be used as many times as it appears in the grid - no proper nouns , -There is as always a 9 letter conundrum. ( Seasonal topic ) If you score more than 15 words well done

The pain of infidelity A married couple went to the hospital to have their baby delivered. Upon their arrival, the doctor said that the hospital was testing an amazing new high-tech machine that would transfer a portion of the mother's labour pain to the baby's father. He asked if they were interested both said they were very much in favour of it. The doctor set the pain transfer to 10 percent for starters, explaining thateven 10 percent was probably more pain than the father had ever experienced before. But as the labour progressed, the husband felt fine and asked the doctor to go ahead and kick it up a notch.The doctor then adjusted the machine to 20 percent pain transfer. The husband was still feeling fine. The doctor then checked the husband's blood pressure and was amazed at how well he was doing, At this point they decided to try for 50 percent. The husband continued to feel quite well. Since the pain transfer was obviously helping the wife considerably, the husband encouraged the doctor to transfer ALL the pain to him.

The wifedelivered a healthy baby with virtually no pain, and the husband had experienced none. She and her husband were ecstatic. .......When they got home they found the postman dead on the porch. Poker heaven Dolly Parton and Queen Elizabeth Die on the same day and they Both go before an Angel to find out if they'll be admitted to Heaven. Unfortunately, there's only One space left that day, so the Angel must decide which of them gets in. The Angel asks Dolly if there's some particular reason why She should go to Heaven. Dolly takes off her top and Says,'Look at these, they're the most perfect Breasts God ever created, and I'm sure It Will please the angels to be able to see them every day, for eternity.' The Angel thanks Dolly, and asks Her Majesty the same question. The Queen takes a bottle of Perrier out of her purse, shakes it up, and gargles. then, she spits into a toilet and pulls the lever.



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I gave the animals six breasts, so I figured that you needed only half of those, but I see that you are right. I will fix it up right away.' And God reached down, removed the middle breast and tossed it into the bushes Three weeks passed and God once again visited Eve in the Garden of Eden. ' Well, Eve, how is my favorite creation?' 'Just fantastic,' she replied, 'But for one oversight. You see, all the animals are paired off. The ewe has a ram and the cow has her bull. All the animals have a mate except me. I feel so alone.' God thought for a moment and said, 'You know, Eve, you are right. How could I have overlooked this? You do need a mate and I will immediately create a man from a part of you. Let's see....where did I put that useless Tit?' Hi this is Georgie, he is the Sentinellamalaga’s mascot. A Yorkshire Terrier who loves to run around and hide from us his owners. We are always trying to find him, he hides in the magazine every month. If you spot him please email us and tell us where he is. At the end of the year the person who spots him most and fastest will earn a reward. Email

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The SentinellaMalaga Issue 43 October 2010  

The Sentinella Malaga is a free publication in Spain, Malaga province, serving the English speaking expat community. Its light-hearted appro...