DigameXtra No. 2169 Wednesday, Jan. 26th, 2022

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Tinder Singles Party: Sat 29Jan, 8pm
Feroche Bar, Paseo Maritimo, Torrox Costa
Music theme 80s/90s. Come and enjoy our tapas!
Reservations 658 145 950  FB link 


San Bartolome Grill- The Mixed Sword:
The 200th one sold, 85 cm. of pure grilled flavor, 200 families have already enjoyed it, a meat madness, advanced absolutism, Loin, Chorizo and Chicken at its roasted best. Only at The San Bartolome Grill, Antequera  FB link 


Donate Blood Today In Nerja: {Translation} The Transfusion, Tissues and Cells Center of Malaga is going to carry out a new blood collection in Nerja on January 26, in the Market Room ( la Sala Mercado), from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. If you want to donate plasma, you must make an appointment by calling 951034120 / 951034121.


VI Cross Country “Villa de Torrox”: {Translation} We kick off the year of sports activities with the sixth edition of the Villa de Torrox Cross Country!
This coming Sunday, January 30, starting at 10:30 am, we will be able to enjoy this great provincial event in which we already have 409 registered.
The 1,200-meter closed circuit that we have prepared in the idyllic setting of the mouth of the Torrox River, next to the Lighthouse, will welcome participants of all categories.
Would you like to participate? You are still in time to register! We are waiting for you! You can do it by clicking on the following link, where you will also find all the information related to the test: http://deportestorrox.es/home/eventos/164180802368480293/2022/01/30 


Hiking In Torrox: {Translation} This Saturday 29Jan we have the second of the routes of our Hiking. Starts at 7:30am.
Route of the Roman Bridges, which runs through the Sierra Tejeda, Almijara and Alhama National Park, between Sedella and Salares.
12 kilometers of walk with a medium-low difficulty.
Taking advantage of the fact that the route is close, at the end of it there is the possibility of eating in a group in a sale.
You are in time to sign up at the Municipal Sports Pavilion,
tel. 952 53 99 27, or email: sports@torrox.es  FB link 


Bar Atila Afternoon Gig + Music Menu: Saturday 29th January at 2pm
Live music with Lee Townsend
Contact Frank at Bar Atila to reserve a table & pre-order meals
C/ Calle Buena Vista 9, Puente Don Manuel
atilabarpuente@gmail.com ; 630 393 290 (WhatsApp) 


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Items For Sale / Wanted / Rent

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Halting Erosion using Vetiver:
From Vetiver Spain in Sayalonga
Our Nursery is open by appointment. Please email or call first. We have Moringa seedlings, Organic Moringa powder and Comfrey plants. We also have some local trees and some exotic trees from Africa.
Vetiver is a rapid growing and non-invasive sterile clump grass with a height of 1-2 metres and a root system of 3-4 metres in depth. We have been providing Vetiver throughout the EU for almost 10 years now. We are located in Sayalonga where we can plant year round but our best results by far start in February. The reason is that Vetiver is indigenous to India and Vetiver loves the heat of the summer. Use Vetiver cuttings as mulch around all of your fruit trees. Decomposing Vetiver improves soil quality, keeps the weeds down and the insects away all while helping to maintain soil moisture.
Vetiver is a nutritious and replenishable animal fodder. Horses and pigs love it. We use it in our chicken pens replacing hay because it stops mites.
In the 2 photos below you will see land prepared for Vetiver and the results 2 years later.
We also use Vetiver along driveways and sidewalks. It also makes a great and inexpensive ornamental hedge.
Here is a link to a short video showing the results.
We suggest planting now, as this is the BEST time of the year to plant.
To see more images of Vetiver go to this link.
Presently we have some specials, which include free shipping to numerous locations.
For more information please contact us.
Please visit us or visit our website:
Email: info@vetiverspain.com
Telephone: (34) 692 288 657



Great Deals From The Nerja Household Centre:
-4 Good quality heavy synthetic rattan garden chairs. Price 120€ for the 4.
-Teak wooden extending table measurements unopened 180 x 100cms opened 240 x 100cms. Price 95€
contact Jackie/nerja 672170429
info at nerja household centre dot com 


For Sale: Brightstart Baby cradle seat. Very good clean condition. New battery, plus spare supplied. Vibrating seat to soothe the baby. 10€.
Sue. Torrox Campo, 677322169 can meet at BP garage if preferred.


For Sale, 3 items:
-4 Lovely purple items. 2 Caithness glass pieces, Vase is 7.5″ high. Bowl/Single flower vase 5″. Devon Lustrine Fieldings (Royal George) small single flower vase 3″high. Maling tray. 4″ square. All great condition. 10 euros for all 4
-Paul Cardew vintage alarm clock teapot complete with wind up key. 6.5″ high. Edition Nov 1999 – Oct 2000. Very good condition. 7 euros.
-Large Black case with gold trim on base and neck. 17.5″ high. Width at widest point 8.5″. Great condition. No chips. Perfect for a hallway or to fill a corner in your room. 8 euros
Can be collected from Cepsa petrol station near the Autovia junction. Ian / Janet / Nerja 696662959. 


For Sale, 2 items:
-Two vintage James Kent ‘Old Foley’ chintz plates with wall hangers. 25cm diameter. Very good condition apart from crazing on the rear of one plate. 10 euro each or 15 euro for the pair.
-Royal Doulton ‘Autumn Breezes’ figurine in excellent condition. 12 euro.
Photos emailed on request. Buyers to collect from Torrox Costa.
Brenda – El Penoncillo, Torrox Costa
email: brendaleetorrox@gmail.com or WhatsApp 711003687. 


FREE: Cabinet with two drawers, two doors and one shelf. 100 cm high, 60 cm wide, 31 cm deep. In very good condition. Buyer collects.
Natalia / Benajarafe (CP 29790)
Mobile 686768493 also Whatsapp and Signal) or
email: ndtalido2@gmail.com No calls before 10 am pls. 


Recommendations & Requests


Archgrove Services: A recommendation for Steve and Gail for service well above and beyond the call. I won’t specify but we are well and truly grateful. Lilian and John / Torrox Campo, johnmlovellATgmailD0Tcom (Archgrove Contact: 0034 951 066 093 or 0044 7868 435052) You can find contact info for Archgrove Services everyday in the Sponsor’s Section.


News & Articles

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Covid Spain- Health reports 114,877 new cases of coronavirus, 382 deaths and the incidence drops to 3,267: {Translation} 25/01/2022 20:28
-The Ministry of Health has registered this Tuesday 114,877 new cases of coronavirus, of which 61,669 have been diagnosed in the last 24 hours, compared to the 27,248 registered on Monday.
-Regarding the current average incidence of infections in Spain in the last 14 days, the report shows that it continues to fall, standing at 3,267.21 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, compared to the 3,381.16 reported on Monday.
-As for deaths from Covid, 382 more have been reported, with 702 recorded in the last week.
-There are currently 19,314 patients admitted for Covid-19 throughout Spain and 2,204 in an ICU, although in the last 24 hours there have been 2,181 admissions and 2,569 discharges. The occupancy rate of beds occupied by coronavirus stands at 15.47 percent and in ICUs at 23.28 percent. Source, Spanish: https://www.infosalus.com/salud-investigacion/noticia-sanidad-notifica-114877-nuevos-casos-coronavirus-382-muertes-incidencia-desciende-3267-20220125183210.html


Covid Andalucia- Andalucia adds this Tuesday 39 deaths from covid, the highest number of the sixth wave: {Translation, summary} 25/01/2022 12:28
-On Tuesday 25 January, Andalusia recorded a total of 6,370 cases of the Covid-19 coronavirus, 3,433 fewer than on Tuesday of last week, while 39 people died, 14 more than the previous day, ten more than a week ago and the highest number in the sixth wave of the pandemic.
-The 14-day incidence has fallen 71 points to 1,316 cases per 100,000 inhabitants in the last 14 days, 135 points less than a week ago, according to data released in Seville by the Minister of Health and Families, Jesús Aguirre.
-The 6,370 infections this day are the lowest figure in the last week after the 8,937 infections this Monday – corresponding to 48 hours -, the 12,928 on Saturday, the 7,625 on Friday, the 17,548 on Thursday – the highest figure of the pandemic – the 7,416 on Wednesday and the 9,703 last Tuesday. Source, Spanish: https://andaluciainformacion.es/andalucia/1024306/andalucia-suma-este-martes-39-fallecidos-por-covid-la-mayor-cifra-de-la-sexta-ola/


SCAM ALERT– Spain’s DGT warns of phishing scam and false fines:
-The Directorate-General for Traffic in Spain has warned that any emails apparently sent by the roads authority about supposed fines are phishing fakes and that anyone who gets an email about fines should not open it but immediately delete it.
-This is the second time in less than 12 months the DGT has been targeted by cybercriminals. In March 2021, it had to issue a similar warning about phishing emails that appear to be demanding the payment of a fine but in fact contain malware.
-The current batch of phishing emails have the message: “Bloqueo del Vehiculo – Multa no pagada” and they appear to have been sent by the Ministry of Interior. Once opened, the user must click on a link to see the fine but what happens is that the link downloads malware onto the device. Full article: https://www.surinenglish.com/spain/dont-click-warns-20220124141702-nt.html


Spanish Pensions Rates For 2022: See the full schedule of rates here: https://spainsnews.com/pension-calculator-for-2022-with-the-social-security-simulator/


The IMF leaves Spain’s growth in 2021 at 4.9% and points it out as the great disappointment of the eurozone: Against what the Government assured, and even against what the large international organizations expected, the Spanish economy, which was one of those that suffered the most from the blow of the pandemic, has not been the one that has also shown a more vigorous recovery in the first year of reactivation. The powerful growth of 9.8% that Nadia Calviño’s team ‘painted’ to support the public accounts of 2021 has been downgraded. The more moderate 6.5% that it was lowered to when just three months of last year had already been observed, exposed that the objective set in the Budgets was totally unattainable, according to the advance published this Tuesday by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), that now says it is a much more modest 4.9%, which is not only a galaxy away from the official forecast but below world growth and the average growth of the euro zone. Full article: https://spainsnews.com/the-imf-leaves-spains-growth-in-2021-at-4-9-and-points-it-out-as-the-great-disappointment-of-the-eurozone/


Bizarre Justice?: The Junta de Andalucia has passed a law that says anyone convicted for squatting will be ineligible for gov’t housing programs and subsidies. Reference, Spanish: https://www.granadadigital.es/junta-andalucia-excluye-este-sabado-programas-vivienda-protegida-condenados-ocupacion/


UK Lifts Testing Requirement for Vaccinated Travellers & Abolishes Quarantine Rule for Unvaccinated Ones: Fully vaccinated citizens of European countries will be eligible to travel to the United Kingdom without being subject to additional rules such as testing requirements after such entry conditions will be abolished on February 11, according to the government’s announcement.
In addition, from February 11, all persons who have not completed their immunization process against the virus will only be required to undergo a pre-departure test and a PCR test on or pre-day two after they arrive in Britain and fill in the passenger locator form. Full article: https://www.schengenvisainfo.com/news/uk-lifts-testing-requirement-for-vaccinated-travellers-abolishes-quarantine-rule-for-unvaccinated-ones/


Boris Johnson says UK could send combat troops to face Russia- after minister warns Moscow’s soldiers are already in Ukraine ahead of military build-up by Nato: Boris Johnson suggested British combat troops could be sent to face down Russian forces threatening Ukraine as tensions rose between Vladimir Putin and the West.
The Prime Minister told MPs that the UK ‘would look to contribute to any new Nato deployment’ as allies readied soldiers and sent warships and fighter aircraft to the troubled region.
An estimated 100,000 Russian troops have massed at the border with Ukraine and intense diplomatic activity has failed to ease tensions. It came after a senior defence minister warned Russian advance troops are already operating in Ukraine ahead of a possible invasion. James Heappey said a ‘significant’ number of Vladimir Putin’s soldiers were already operating behind the lines. He added: ‘The British Army leads the Nato battle group in Estonia and if Russia invades Ukraine, we would look to contribute to any new Nato deployments to protect our allies in Europe. Full article: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10438895/amp/Russian-soldiers-Ukraine-border-warns-UK-defence-minister.html 


EU Council has adopted a new “recommendation” in another bid to facilitate safe free movement: Starting from February 1, the European Union Member States are advised to remove the current restrictions, which are based on the COVID-19 situation on the traveller’s country of departure and replace them with restrictions based on the traveller’s situation. Note: More than a dozen EU countries maintain stricter rules despite the “recommendation”. 
According to today’s decision of the Council, all restrictions to free movement should be lifted for travellers holding an EU digital COVID certificate that proves the same has been vaccinated with at least two COVID-19 vaccines in the last 270 days, a certificate of recovery from COVID-19 issued in the last 180 days, or a negative result of a test taken in the last 72 hours if it is PCR or the last 24 hours if it is a rapid antigen test.
Those who do not hold an EU Digital COVID certificate will have to test for COVID-19 24 hours before or after arrival. Exempt are children under the age of 12, as well as those with an essential function or need, and cross-border commuters. Full article: https://www.schengenvisainfo.com/news/official-eu-to-introduce-new-individual-based-travel-restrictions-from-february-1/


U.S. in talks with energy producers to supply Europe if Russia invades Ukraine: The United States is in talks with major energy-producing countries and companies around the world over a potential diversion of supplies to Europe if Russia invades Ukraine, senior Biden administration officials said on Tuesday.
The European Union depends on Russia for around a third of its gas supplies. Any interruptions to Russia’s gas supply to Europe would exacerbate an existing energy crisis caused by a shortage.
Record power prices have driven up consumer energy bills as well as business costs and sparked protests in some countries. Full article: https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/us-talks-with-energy-producers-supply-europe-if-russia-invades-ukraine-2022-01-25/


Tennis News- Australian Open day nine:
-World number one Ash Barty is within two victories of winning her home Grand Slam. The 25-year-old reached the semi-finals for the second time in three years after blitzing American Jessica Pegula 6-2 6-0 in just over an hour.
-Rafa Nadal moved within two wins of a record 21st Grand Slam title by clinching a five-set thriller against Denis Shapovalov to reach the semi-finals for a seventh time. Nadal suffered a huge scare as Shapovalov roared back from two sets down but the Spanish warrior found another gear in the decider to prevail 6-3 6-4 4-6 3-6 6-3.
-Madison Keys booked her first Grand Slam semi-final spot in four years with a 6-3 6-2 upset of Barbora Krejcikova
-Seventh seed Matteo Berrettini wins over France’s Gael Monfils 6-4 6-4 3-6 3-6 6-2 on Tuesday and become the first Italian man to reach the Australian Open semi-finals. Full article: https://www.reuters.com/lifestyle/sports/australian-open-day-nine-2022-01-25/ 


Tennis News- Denis Shapovalov makes ‘corrupt’ accusation in Australian Open loss to Rafael Nadal: Rafael Nadal was “destroyed” – and so was Denis Shapovalov’s racket. The Canadian shattered his racket in disgust after a 6-3, 6-4, 4-6, 3-6, 6-3 loss to the legendary Spaniard that took four hours. Shapovalov was still furious over a lengthy seven-minute break between the fourth and fifth set.
After losing the third and fourth set, Nadal exited the court for that lengthy period, just adding to Shapovalov’s frustration on a humid night in Melbourne. Nadal then broke in the second game of the set and held on for the quarterfinal victory.
Tensions were high well before that, though. Shapovalov, 22, accused umpire Carlos Bernardes of being “corrupt” early in the second set for not punishing Nadal for taking too much time between points.
“You guys are all corrupt! You guys are all corrupt!” Shapovalov admonished the umpire after demanding that he “code” Nadal, who then exchanged words at the net with his furious opponent. Full article: https://nypost.com/2022/01/25/denis-shapovalov-makes-corrupt-accusation-in-loss-to-rafael-nadal/


Football News- Coach José Alberto sacked by Malaga: José Alberto López is no longer at Malaga. Nearly eight months after he was announced as head coach at the club, and following 26 games in charge of the Andalusian side (with nine wins, seven draws and ten defeats to his name), he has been let go after failing to achieve both his objectives and those of the club. Photo:MARIANO POZO. Full article: https://www.surinenglish.com/sport/malagacf/jose-alberto-sacked-20220125102725-nt.html 


Stocks fall sharply as a bout of market volatility continues: Stocks fell sharply on Wall Street Tuesday, continuing a volatile bout of trading that has sent markets swinging between steep losses and gains as investors gauge several threats.
-The S&P 500 fell 2.3% as of 12 p.m. Eastern. The benchmark index has been falling steadily ever since hitting a record high on the first trading day of the year, Jan. 3. It’s now getting closer to entering a “correction,” which among markets watchers means a drop of 10% from a peak.
-The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 481 points, or 1.4%, to 33,886. The tech-heavy Nasdaq fell 3%. The index entered a correction last week and is now down more than 15% from its high set on Nov. 19.
-Major indexes had a similar start to trading on Monday and were down most of the day, but a late buying spree pushed them to a higher close. That rebound may have been just a “head fake,” said Barry Bannister, chief equity strategist at Stifel. More declines are likely in store for the market, he said. Full article: https://apnews.com/article/stock-financial-market-today-2d5036cff99bc06c6f7adc62369a0003


Earth’s tallest mountain is in Hawaii. Here’s what it took to ascend it:
For the first time in history, the tallest mountain on Earth has been ascended.
Though Mount Everest is the highest mountain on Earth at 29,032 feet above sea level, Maunakea Volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii actually holds the title of tallest mountain on Earth at 33,500 feet.
More than half (19,698 feet) of Maunakea lies underwater, while 13,802 feet is above sea level.
Mountain climber and underwater explorer Victor Vescovo teamed up with Native Hawaiian scientist Cliff Kapono to scale Maunakea Volcano from its base at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean to its peak. While people have climbed Maunakea from its base on land to the summit, no one had done it from the ocean floor. Full article: https://www.sfgate.com/hawaii/article/Men-climb-Earths-tallest-mountain-16784886.php 

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Spain Coronavirus Data from Spain’s Ministerio de Sanidad, Official Covid-19 Pages:

Coronavirus Cases in Andalucia, Axarquia, Costa del Sol & Malaga Province:

UK Coronavirus:

COVID-19 VIRUS HOTLINE: Information hotline for those who suspect they may have the coronavirus. Anyone experiencing symptoms should stay at home and dial 900 400 061 or 955 545 060 – and only call 112 in an emergency.

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Weekly Markets
Monday: Torrox Costa
Tuesday: Nerja, Salobrena
Wednesday: Rincon de la Victoria, Algarrobo Costa
Thursday: Velez Malaga, Torre del Mar, Frigiliana
Friday: Almunecar, Salobrena, La Herradura- Summers only
Saturday: Competa, Mezquitilla@Algarrobo behind the Sala Ottowa
Sunday: Velez Malaga, Nerja Car Boot

Nerja 952 524 519
Torrox: 952 531 030
Frigiliana: 952 533 231

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National Police: 091
Guardia Civil: 062
Ambulance: 061
Fire Station (Bomberos): 080
Emergency English Help Line: 902 102 112

Local Police
Torrox: 952 539 828
Nerja: 952 521 545
Frigiliana: 952 533 126
Torre del Mar: 952 549 238

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