2013 – Here’s to a good 2014!

Apologies – I don’t update this blog nearly enough and my first resolution for 2014 should be to make sure I update this page more often!

This year has been another one of interesting occurrences here at The Olive Mill. We have had new friends come and visit us and the alpacas, and some lovely guests here on holiday over the summer. In November I published the sequel to my book Seriously Mum, What’s an Alpaca? The sequel is called Seriously Mum, Where’s that Donkey? Lorna’s daughter Frankie gave birth to her second baby, a boy called Jax, so Lorna spent this Christmas in the UK with family for the first time in six years. I spent Christmas with our amazing friends Pat and Pedro.


2014 promises to be a good year….we hope! Lorna has just re-worked year one of her blog and published it as an ebook which is selling well. It is called From Sequins to Sunshine and is full of pictures and tells you Lorna’s side of the story. Download Lorna’s book by clicking the link below.


From Sequins to Sunshine

If one of your 2014 resolutions is to meet some alpacas, why not come and visit the Olive Mill. If you already live in Spain you could come and visit, have a BBQ, stay for the night and walk the alpacas. For more details click the link below.

Meet the Alpacas

If you would like to spend a very different kind of holiday in Andalucia, why not consider a week, self catering here at the Olive Mill. Check out our website here.

Olive Mill Holidays

If you like to read about people who give up everything in the UK and move to rural Spain to start a new life breeding alpacas, why not download Seriously Mum, What’s an Alpaca?


Or the sequel, Seriously Mum, Wheres that Donkey?

Front Where's that donkey

In early 2014 I will be releasing a book called Take Me Home, Por Favor, the proceeds of which will go to rescue centres in Spain. The book is full of stories about rescue dogs contributed by their new owners. It will make you smile and shed a few tears. I have high hopes for the book. You can follow progress on Facebook here.


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