Home is…

… getting on the bus home and seeing a friendly face.

… the Publimetro distributor knowing what time you’ll pass by in the morning.

… the local tienda owners letting you run in for a last-minute beer when the shutters are down.

… shooting the breeze with the concierge when you get home in the evening.


… running into someone you know, even when you’re in a tiny town miles away from where you live.

… colleagues who share their Tetleys teabags and McVities digestives with you, even when no one’s going to get stocked up again for another six weeks at least.

…books, a coffee table and a comfy sofa.

… knowing which cinemas are worth checking on cheap cinema day.

… having ‘favourite places’ to go when you’re in a certain mood.

… being able to give people bus information.

… knowing bus information in the first place.


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