The coronavirus epidemic has transformed everyone's lives from one moment to the next. But what happens abroad? How can a paradise on earth become a stiff prison? I'll tell you, learn from it!
For more than two years now, I have been living with my hairy Dachshund Hugo in the Spanish-speaking area of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. A wonderful, multifaceted island full of positive energy, pulsating capital. I like to have a good time all the time, I like to run by the ocean in the mornings, I love people always smiling and helpful. I love that every weekend is celebrated as a red letter, I like the friends I have met here, who have helped me a lot to see the little joys of life. In this idyllic, tranquil, everyday life came the coronavirus epidemic as an atomic bomb.
Coronavirus: We have ceased to exist from one moment to the next
15th of March.! The day when everything changed, literally from one hour to another. Apart from pharmacies and grocery stores, all closed and the Spanish government has imposed a total curfew. It hit us a lot, so much so that maybe in the first two or three days we didn't even know what was really going on. The streets have been covered by police and soldiers, and failure to comply with the rules continues to be followed by severe penalties. In retrospect, I can say with certainty that Armageddon has arrived this day, with only Bruce Willis left the show.
What can you do? How to stay sober at 25-30 degrees in complete – non-voluntary (!!!) quarantine while living alone? What is free and what is not? I'll tell you about it in my next post!
One point: follow the rules to end the nightmare as soon as possible!