Vista de Rey
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... language learning skills. Now not to be a buzzkill but for all you keen language learners that are just starting and keen to get stuck in and start, let me add by telling you that it is not easy. To keep progressing you really need to do at minimum and absolute minimum 30 minutes a day if you want to see progresion and that was my biggest struggle as after work i did not feel like doing it and you seem to make excuses to not study. So I guess your wondering how much ...
... that the GPS had directed us through to the parking area. So tight was one area, we had to fold in the mirrors to squeeze between the buildings. Pedestrians were forced to hurry between doorways to make their way up the street and I could have done some drive-by shopping from the car if I'd wanted to. Not the place to be if you are claustrophobic!! After a wonderful day an easy drive back while we planned our next ...
... 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!!
24th July 2014
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When the conveyor belt broke down at Marseilles airport and they loaded our bags on to a hand cart, we feared the worst. Yes- we spent three days ...
... The tips were often more than their wages so a new trade was born. There are about 60 donkey taxis in Mijas Pueblo today. We enjoyed our afternoon break overlooking a spectacular vista towards the sea. Home by 6, we had a relaxing evening watching CNN from Britain and trying our hand at making a Spanish dish of paella and sausage. Not bad considering our limited spice rack. Our second last destination on our "Must See" list ...