Casa de Medina
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... Anyway back on topic. After 4-5 hours of speaking and showing each other travel photos they dropped me all the way home which was really nice. In my spare time (which lets be honest, there is a lot of spare time when you travel) I have started to watch TV in Spanish and really try to understand what they are talking about. I am starting to develop a slight ear for Spanish now even after such a short time, i can now distinguish the words even if i dont know the ...
... up option. Of course this time we hadn’t. The caravan has twin beds, and when Helen stays she sleeps in one of the twins and I sleep on the dining table, (once it has been collapsed to form the base of a bed at the front of the van, that is) in the sleeping bag. Simple solution, Dunnes had king sized duvets going for a song in their sale. One of those wrapped round me would do fine.
Now we were all prepared, all ...
... to go up to Granada, waiting for a sunny snap as the temperatures are much cooler in the mountains. I got to go walking with a local group through Sue and Robbie, a lovely couple travelling around who know this area really well and have given us great tips. The walk was in the moutain we can see from the campsite, and it was a real treat to climb up and around its peaks. Very strange to see it snow in the bar afterwards and then come dowm to bright sunshine by the coast in the same day!!
... and although Gareth is accelerating at the speed of light, immersing himself and making a real effort to learn, I'm still lagging behind, trying on some days but not on all days and not doing my homework until the last minute. That said, I really love going as the people are good company and its actually fun. Alex and Lewis are both starting to talk a little Spanish and Alex especially is like a little sponge. He dropped his toothbrush in the bathroom the other day ...
... photo shows the impressive part in the Encielo when the Treno is lifted upwards (arriba) much to the delight of the crowds: guapos, guapos, guapos whilst it is lovingly returned to the various churches in Malaga. The melancholic music is almost as important as the Trenos. Brass bands from all around Malaga accompanied each Procesión. This festival really celebrates the sense of community at the heart of the Spanish culture. ...