Cracking up …

I left Bolnuevo a week ago and motored the short drive to Lorca for a stay with my friends. Not only did my patient survive my nursing she has recovered incredibly well, yesterday we were crossing the road together and she almost ran across – it was raining, and we’d just come out of the hairdresser’s – fastest she’s moved since the accident she informed me!

Having a cracking time here, we’ve been out and about quite a bit, meal with some of R&J’s friends, local market, food shop and other jaunts. Last night we went to  the cinema to see Murder on the Orient Express (cracking film) and LWD had the devil in her and refused to come inside the house before we left. She wasn’t terribly impressed with being left outside in the dark and cold for two and a half hours; we thoroughly enjoyed the film tho’ . More trips out planned for this coming week and then I’m off to Granada to see the sights.

Just before I left the UK my windscreen collided with a stone. I was in Halfords for something else and asked if they knew where Autoglass was, cashier told me that Halfords now repair windscreen chips. To save time I had it repaired there and was assured the repair was solid as a rock. And so it was – for seven weeks. The morning I was off to Lorca I drew back the windscreen curtains to see a curly crack descending from the “repair”. Insurance company put my call straight through to Autoglass who faxed the details through to their Spanish colleagues and within the hour I had a date for the replacement windscreen. Unfortunately that appointment had to be postponed because of a weather forecast of heavy rain for the appointed day.

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Cracking windscreen

Today, however, was sunny (but cold) and R0X1 is now resplendent with shiny new windscreen.

🙂 🙂 🙂

2 thoughts on “Cracking up …

  1. Nice to read you’re enjoying your winter trip, again! And as for your windscreen… congratulations! You must have used a lot of your charm to convince everyone… I read about some people who had difficulty sorting things out with their insurance company… It took them 21 days before things were sorted… Can you give me the name of your insurance company so I can get back to them and tell them how quick you were helped?

    1. I changed my insurance company earlier this year after the previous insurance company took 3 months to settle my claim. I’m now with Caravanguard, more expensive but better and quicker service which is you need from insurance.
      Take care x

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