DigameXtra No. 2270 Wednesday, May 25th, 2022

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Free Concert- Nerja: Thursday, May 26. 8:30pm.
Nerja-born guitarist Pablo Alcázar will be in charge of opening the new edition of the concert series at the Hermitage of Our Lady of Angustias, Plaza de la Ermita, Nerja. https://www.nerja.es/el-guitarrista-pablo-alcazar-ofrece-un-concierto-en-la-ermita-de-las-angustias/ 


Concert- Nerja: Friday, May 27th, 8:00pm.
Cafe Del Mundo returns to Villa de Nerja Cultural Center. Following their successful 2019 concert, the duo of classical guitar geniuses Jan Pascal and Alexander Kilian return to offer us a repertoire that subtly links classical guitar and jazz, techno and international music.
Tickets at the Cultural Center box office, Monday to Friday from 11am to 2pm, and two hours before each show. Phone: 952 52 38 63.
Tickets online: https://www.mientrada.net/evento/cafe-del-mundo/  & VIDEO LINK


World Environment Day- Nerja: Saturday, 28th May, 10am
Nerja joins the commemoration of World Environment Day with a day of cleaning up plastics and waste at El Playazo beach, to raise awareness about the importance of keeping our environment clean and protecting the ecosystem.
To participate you must register at: www.vivirsinplastico.com/mares00/
Source & Photo: https://www.nerja.es/ 


Flamenco Concert- Almuñécar: The Flamenco School of Maria Gomez “La Canastera”. Introducing: “The Patio Girls, Ten Years Later”
Friday June 17, 2022 8:00 p.m. On sale starting May 26th!
Casa De La Cultura, C/ Puerta de Granada 1 18690 Almuñécar
General admission: 12€. Advance: 10€. See FB page for ticket sales locations.


Our Second Ecological Farmer’s Market at the Granja Escuela in Los Barrios (Algeciras): Sunday 29 May
We will be doing the farmer’s market on the last Sunday of every month. Come along to buy fresh, local produce and get to know local suppliers of vegetables, fruit, bread, olive oil, jams and chutneys, honey, kombucha and lots more.
Entry to the market is 2€ per car for parking.
Entry to the Granja Escuela is 5€ per person, which includes a guided tour of the animals.
The Vegan Food Truck Agua Viento Water Wind and Das Brot will have food for breakfast / lunch, and there will also be a paella, or bring a picnic and spend the day with us at the Granja.
Granja Escuela Bilingue Monte De La Torre in Los Barrios, 2km from Algeciras. FB 


“Who am I” Meditation Concert- Competa: I invite everyone to a meditation concert. A journey of discovering yourself. Who am I? An oldest, a profound, and most important question of them all.
Relax, forget who you think you are, and find yourself.
Reserve: Lukas 642 56 15 86 Inez 661 18 84 66
Please confirm your attendance.
Where: Competa Yoga, Calle Trinidad 26B. Competa
When: Sunday 29.05.22 at 3pm 


Romeria San Isidro Trapiche & Los Pepones 2022:
The towns of El Trapiche and Los Pepones will celebrate this weekend, on 28 and 29 May, the pilgrimage in honor of San Isidro Labrador and the Immaculate Conception, respectively. Some events are not listed on the posters.
Full article with all event schedules, in Spanish: https://www.axarquiaplus.es/velez-malaga-celebra-este-fin-de-semana-las-romerias-de-el-trapiche-y-los-pepones/ 

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-Gardening – from weeding to landscaping, stonework (walls, paths, etc) a speciality. Transport and tools all provided by me, my time can be hired in 3 time slots of 4, 6 and 8 hours at a cost of 60€, 85€ and 110€ respectively plus any required materials at cost or fixed price quote if you prefer.
-Small construction/demolition jobs – walls, fencing, guttering, tiling etc. costs as above or fixed price quote if you prefer.
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-Evenings, weekends and holidays both Spanish and English are all included at no extra cost. I am always busy and usually require between 2 and 4 weeks notice before I can start work but I can usually carry out quotations fairly quickly.
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‘Creativity, Well-being and Lived Autistic/ADHD Experience’ Workshops: Would you like to participate in a small English-speaking group, coming together with other adults who are ‘diagnosed’ or self-identify as Autistic/Aspergers or ADHD? Would you like to explore and practice well-being techniques and engage in creative activities? Would you like the opportunity to share your Autistic/ADHD experience and listen to others’ – a process designed to support you in gaining more self-insight, self-compassion and skills in self-advocacy? The sessions are a safe space in which you will be gently facilitated to expand into new awareness and experience and to celebrate being autistic/ADHD.
When: Four sessions 10.30-12.30 on Fridays June 10th, 17th, 24th and July 01st
Where: Training Studio, Calle Alta 39, Torrox Pueblo 29770
Places are limited to five participants therefore you are encouraged to commit to all four sessions. 20 € per session.
To book a place and for more information please contact the workshop facilitator Helen Purdie (who is autistic herself):
Telephone/ Whatsapp: 0034 641594635
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Halting Erosion Using Vetiver Grass from Vetiver Spain:
Vetiver Grass is a fast growing non-invasive clumping grass that grows to 2 metres in height. It has a root system that grows to 3-4 metres deep and they are very strong.
The National Geographic Magazine has called them “Roots of Steel”.
Once Vetiver is established it is drought resistant.
We are located in Sayalonga and we can plant all year round but February and March are the best months to plant Vetiver. Vetiver loves the heat of a long summer to get established.
Decomposing Vetiver used as a mulch, improves soil quality, keeps the weeds down and the insects away as it is a natural insect repellent. It is in the same family as Lemon Grass, which we also carry.
Vetiver also is a nutritious and replenishable animal feed. Horses, cattle, and pigs love it.
We use Vetiver along driveways and sidewalks. It also makes a great and inexpensive Ornamental hedge.
To see more photos and videos please visit our DATA storage site located at http://www.vetiverspain.org.
This month we have some special offers that include shipping.
For more information or to organize a visit please contact us.
Our retail website: www.vetiverspain.com
Email: info@vetiverspain.com
Telephone or Whatsapp at (34) 692 288 657
David and Anna
Here is a link to a short video showing the results. VIDEO LINK



For Sale: Sofa Bed. 190cm x 70cm good condition with additional bed underneath. 50 Euros. Vickie, Benjarafe, 606738130 


For Sale: 2 Sets of Matching Shoes and Bags. Brand new size 41 shoes. Bought before lockdown and never worn. Still in box. €25 for each pair of shoes and matching bag. Angela, Torrox Costa


For Sale: Ikea Brimnes Day-bed. 18 months old; immaculate condition. Space saving sofa, with storage drawers; easily converts to a very comfortable double or single bed, with mattress protectors. Can send photos. 250€ ono.
Collection only. Claire, Mezquitilla, Algarrobo Costa.
Email: clairee_tomkins@hotmail.com
Photo Credit: https://www.ikea.com/es/en/p/brimnes-day-bed-w-2-drawers-2-mattresses-black-vannareid-extra-firm-s09390957/ 


FREE: I have approx 150 prints from original work by a visiting artist some 40 years ago depicting life in a Pueblo blanco. A4 size on thin cardboard. Happy to donate to anyone who can use them. Buyer collects.
Paul / Victoria. Torrox Campo. No track. 699600847


FREE: Folding bed and mattress. Buyer collects. 
Call Joanne, Archez at 655722962 or
email: joanne.andy.yates@gmail.com 


Wanted: Long Term Rental, Torrox Campo.
Responsible, mature and quiet Scandinavian woman looking for “permanent” (years) home. ES resident. Non smoker. No pets.
Looking for independent Country House near the village of Torrox with mountain/sea? views. 1-3 bedrooms depending on size/ price. Can be semi/no furnished. Can provide recommendations and proof of income. Can be from now or later this year. Can wait for the right place. Reasonable rent/price. Looking forward to hearing from you. Kirsten / Torrox.
Pls contact: khm4mail@gmail.com


Recommendations & Requests

A Damn Good Burger!: At the ripe old age of 74 I have just had the most delicious Burger ever! Made from the amazing “Wagyu” beef. (rated as “The finest burger-meat on the planet” ). This milestone in my burger-eating life was enjoyed at “Restaurante Bottega” in Nerja. ( No doubt there are other good restaurants serving these too). If you like a good Burger give it a try!
JohnB / Torrox Costa. jon108 at hotmail dot co.uk


News & Articles

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Covid Spain- Incidence in people over 60 drops almost 50 points since Friday and Health adds 158 deaths: {Translated from elDiario.es}
– The Ministry of Health has registered 42,272 new infections since Friday, which represents a notable decrease compared to the data for that day last week, when 52,112 positives were reported, while the last report had collected 58,839. Today’s figure is the lowest since April 12, when fewer than 35,000 positives were reported. In total, since the start of the pandemic, the health authorities have confirmed 12,280,345.
-The incidence of coronavirus in those over 60 years of age and at 14 days stands at 800.47 points per 100,000 inhabitants, which represents a decrease to the figures for early May. This indicator last Friday had stood at 848.62 positives per 100,000 inhabitants.
-As for mortality, the deceased notified this Tuesday also represent a setback compared to those that Health recorded in recent weeks. Since Friday, communities have reported 158 deaths from coronavirus, while 305 had been reported the previous Friday, although the figure is not comparable because it does not include the same number of days. In any case, this is the lowest number of deaths since the reporting system of the Ministry of Health changed, which went from reporting daily to only twice a week. In total, since the start of the pandemic, a total of 106,105 people have died.
-The situation in hospitals remains more or less stable, although with an upward trend. In intensive care there are 363 patients, one less than on Friday, but since that day those hospitalized in general beds have increased by almost 200. In percentage terms, the occupation right now is 6.12% nationwide, by 5 .94% of Friday. Full article: https://spainsnews.com/


Covid Malaga- 793 new infections and eight more deaths from coronavirus in the province of Malaga: {Translation} 24 May 2022, 11:00
-The Ministry of Health has notified this Tuesday, in accordance with the new surveillance strategy approved by the National Public Health Commission, that eight people have died, bringing the total to 2,442 in the overall pandemic.
-Currently, 141 people (-4) remain hospitalized in the province, eight of them (-4) in Intensive Care Units (ICU). In addition, since last Tuesday, 46 new hospitalized persons (14,160 in total) have been reported, of which 1,147 (+1) have been in ICUs since the beginning of the pandemic.
-The number of positives detected by PDIA (PCR and antigen test) has decreased with respect to previous days, with 793 more, raising the overall number to 290,525; while the number of recovered cases has reached 282,255, after adding 1,108 in the last days.
-Regarding the vaccination process in Malaga, the Andalusian Government has informed that 3,483,169 doses have been administered in the province, with 1,441,087 people with at least one vaccine and 1,408,918 with the complete pattern. The number of third doses inoculated now amounts to 779,837.
-Likewise, in the case of educational centers in the province of Malaga, there is no complete closure, out of a total of 1,218 centers (0%) and no classrooms, out of a total of 14,427 in Malaga. Source, Spanish: https://www.axarquiaplus.es/


What Did Spanish President Pedro Sánchez Say In Yesterday’s Speech to the World Economic Forum in Davos?: {Translation in full}
-I fail to understand why in Europe we are willing to intervene in the financial system if something does not work, but we are incapable of intervening in the energy market when there are clearly problems”. This was the complaint of the Spanish Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, during his participation in a colloquium at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
-The Vice-President of the European Commission, Frans Timmermans, pointed out to him that “it is clear that there are possible improvements in the price system, but it cannot be changed from one day to the next and it has to be done very carefully so as not to cause serious damage”. Timmermans understands that “Spain has a good proportion of renewables and pays for clean electricity at gas prices, we have an agency that is dealing with that and the Commission is putting proposals on the table, but it is important not to destroy the markets along the way”.
-His arguments, however, have not convinced Sánchez, who has insisted that “it is not so much a question of financing as of political will” and has stressed that “we have to talk about this now, because it makes no sense to pay these prices that in the end reach industries and families. We have to be more ambitious at the European level, it is clear that it is always difficult to move the status quo, but we are at a defining moment and we run the risk of using the pandemic, the war in Ukraine, as excuses for not modernizing a market subject to financial speculation”.
-Sanchez also boasted about the scope of renewables in the Spanish mix and pointed out that southern Europe, and most particularly Spain, has the necessary capacities to respond to the shortage of gas supply from Russia, which threatens to paralyze economies such as Germany. “We have the capacity, what is missing are the interconnections and in this sense the EU must think about how to establish them,” he said, recalling that “Spain represents 37% of the total regasification capacity of the European Union,” and that “together with Portugal it hosts about half of the EU’s liquefied natural gas storage,” suggesting that this time it may be southern Europe that rescues the rich countries in the energy crisis triggered by the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
-“This war has also given us a very important lesson, and that is that renewables, hydrogen, energy efficiency, are not only a great ally for countries and economies to face climate change efforts, but in this complex and uncertain geopolitical scenario, it will also provide us with the means to increase our resilience and autonomy,” he added. Source, Spanish: https://www.abc.es/economia/


Number of suspected monkeypox cases in Andalucia rises to ten:
Andalusia has on Tuesday, May 24, raised the number of suspected cases of monkeypox to ten. There of course are pending confirmation from the National Center for Microbiology in Madrid. All of the cases are in young men, who are reportedly in home isolation and progressing well.
Speaking at a press conference, Jesus Aguirre , the Andalucian Minister of Health refused to confirm that there was an outbreak of monkeypox in the Community, since the patients did not know one another. According to a report from EFE , seven of the cases are in Malaga province , while Sevilla, Cordoba, and Cadiz, have one each. Full article: https://euroweeklynews.com/


The first edition of the “Ultra Trail 20 Leguas of the Alpujarra” will be held this weekend: {Translation, summary}
-There will be races, both short and long distance, 28, 29 May 2022.
-All modes start and end in Pampaneira and, while the first two run through twenty municipalities of the region, the third only visit three of them.
-The Diputación de Granada, through the delegation of Sports, participates in the first edition of the Ultra Trail 20 Leguas of the Alpujarra, a test to be held next weekend whose aim is to combine the practice of first national level sport with the dissemination of natural and cultural heritage of the Alpujarra of Granada. Full details & photo credit: https://veinteleguas.com/


Killer Whales “Attack’ Two Sailboats in The Strait in 24hrs, 20 since April: {Translation}
-Two new “interactions” between Orcas (killer whales) and sailing vessels in the Strait of Gibraltar are added to the twenty or so recorded since April.
-Two new sailboats have suffered in the last 24 hours damage caused by killer whales swimming through the Strait of Gibraltar and have had to be towed by Maritime Rescue to the port of Barbate (Cadiz), have informed EFE sources of this agency.
-The last of the episodes has happened tonight, when a sailboat called “Cachaca” and was seven miles southwest of Barbate (Cádiz) suffered collisions with killer whales. The sailboat, 14 meters long and that, at the time of the incident, had three crew members on board, asked for help to Maritime Rescue, which sent the vessel Salvamar Enif to tow it and take it to the port of Barbate, where it has docked at 5.00 am.
-Another similar incident occurred in the same area, in the waters of Barbate, at 7:20 yesterday morning and also the sailboat had to be towed by Maritime Rescue to the port of the town of Cádiz.
-These are two new “interactions” between killer whales and sailboats in the Strait of Gibraltar in addition to the twenty that have been recorded since last April, and have left disabled the rudder of at least ten boats.
-Although the causes of these episodes are still under investigation, specialists believe that killer whales may be attracted by the friction of the rudder blade of sailboats, boats that do not emit noises that would scare them away when they move without an engine.
-They also occur especially in areas close to where the fish traps work, areas where killer whales also concentrate in search of bluefin tuna, according to the sources.
-Last summer, when until September 3 at least 69 contacts with sailboats were recorded, of which 30 required towing for losing the rudder, there was a significant increase in these incidents, so that imposed was prohibition of the navigation of these vessels of less than 15 meters in the cove of Barbate (Cádiz). Capitanía Marítima has not yet taken the decision this year, to avoid dangerous situations, to re-establish this prohibition, pending the advice of the Atlantic Orca Working Group, which brings together specialists and scientists from the Strait of Gibraltar, Galicia, Portugal and France. Source, Spanish: https://andaluciainformacion.es/ 


RMT votes for summer of rail strike hell: Biggest walkout in decades is on the cards as 40,000 staff from across the network opt for action over pay and conditions. Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) at Network Rail and 15 train operators backed launching a campaign of industrial action. The union’s leaders will now decide when to call strikes, which will bring huge parts of the network to a standstill. Full article: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/ 


Tennis News- French Open Update, Tuesday 7:15pm Paris:
-Third-seeded Paula Badosa needed just 54 minutes to beat wild-card entry Fiona Ferro 6-2, 6-0 at Roland Garros.
-Jessica Pegula also reached the second round with a 6-2, 6-4 victory over Qiang Wang of China.
-Frances Tiafoe beat Benjamin Bonzi 7-5, 7-5, 7-6 (5) for his first win at Roland Garros after six first-round defeats.
-Retiring Jo-Wilfried Tsonga went down fighting on Court Philippe Chatrier at the French Open. He lost to eighth-seeded Casper Ruud 6-7 (6), 7-6 (4), 6-2, 7-6 (0) in what was likely his final match. The 37-year-old Frenchman has said he will retire after this year’s Roland Garros tournament.
-Sebastian Korda advanced to the second round of the French Open with a 6-1, 7-5, 7-6 (6) victory over Australian veteran John Millman.
-Danish teenager Holger Rune upset 14th-seeded Denis Shapovalov 6-3, 6-1, 7-6 (4) in the first round of the French Open.
-Daniil Medvedev got his French Open off to a winning start — never a sure thing for the second-seeded Russian. The U.S. Open champion beat Facundo Bagnis of Argentina 6-2, 6-2, 6-2 on Court Suzanne Lenglen. Full article: https://m.lasvegassun.com/


Today’s Malware: {Since hackers want to collect your data and credentials, they want your computer running well, with their malware operating silently undetected in the background. They no longer try to break or slow your computer. Current consumer level antivirus programs are limited in the types of malware they can identify. That is why annual professional servicing is necessary to maintain a secure computer. The tools to detect and remove the new forms of malware are complex and can do serious damage if used incorrectly. -Ed.}
In this day and age, we are not dealing with roughly pieced together, homebrew type of viruses anymore. Malware is an industry, and professional developers are found to exchange info, be it by stealing one’s code or deliberate collaboration. Attacks are multi-layer these days, with diverse sophisticated software apps taking over different jobs along the attack-chain from initial compromise to ultimate data exfiltration or encryption. This allows malware to avoid detection by antivirus software. The specific tools for each stage are highly specialized and can often be rented as a service, including customer support and subscription models for professional (ab)use. Malware gets updates to help keep it ahead of scanners. Obviously, this has largely increased both the availability and the potential effectiveness and impact of malware. Sound scary?
Full article: https://thehackernews.com/


Google brings Street View history to phones, introduces “Street View Studio”: Today is the 15th birthday of Google Maps Street View, Google’s project to take ground-level, 360-degree photographs of the entire world. To celebrate, the company is rolling out a few new features.
-First up, Google is bringing historical Street View data to iOS and Android phones. The feature has long existed on desktop browsers, where you can click into Street View mode and then time travel through Google’s image archives. When you tap on a place to see Street View imagery, a “see more dates” button will appear next to the current age of the photo, letting you browse all the photos for that area going back to 2007. Google says the feature will release “starting today on Android and iOS globally,” though, like all Google product launches, it will take some time to fully roll out. Full article: https://arstechnica.com/ 


Explaining Spain’s New Entry Rules for Travellers From Third Countries:
-Since last Saturday, May 21, Spain has lifted the entry ban on non-vaccinated travellers from third countries, finally permitting them to enter its territory after over two years since the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic in the country in March 2020.
-Travellers who are not vaccinated against COVID-19 or whose vaccination is not accepted for travel to Spain can either enter the country by showing proof of recovery from the Coronavirus or negative COVID-19 test results. Those entering the country on the basis of a recovery certificate must show a document issued by relevant health authorities in his/her country of residence in the last 180 days. The document must have been issued at least 11 days after confirmation of COVID infection by PCR or antigen test. Full article: https://www.schengenvisainfo.com/

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Petrol Prices – Updated daily: These are the fuel stations in Malaga province with the lowest prices. The price data for 95 and 98-octane petrol and diesel fuel is updated every day. See it here:

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

Phone numbers for emergencies
Emergency Svcs.: 112
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

Local News in English, The Sur: http://www.surinenglish.com/
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