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Karina seems quite excited at the prospect of the next life and I don't want to spoil it for her but I have to confess, I haven't told her I have kids yet!
Of course ...
... in the street.We had company on the pier for the night with about 4 more motorhomes. There was a fair bit of noise until after 2am from a disco or party but the lager sleeping pills worked a treat.
The scenery had changed from Cartagena as the rocks and mountains are right on the coast here. That explains why villages are harder to find here than further North.Anyway that's Thursdays report. Enjoy the photographs if you're on the Atlantic coast of ...
... and sandy. We traveled to Malaga and arrived at the Aires we had found in the book and to our disappointment it was not there. We spent 30 mins traveling up and down thinking I had got the wrong place before we managed to contact sarah on the phone and she spoke good English and gave us the new address. We still had trouble finding the place but eventually found the site. We said we would be back by 4 as ...
... directors in Bolivia, and to people in Latin American organisations related to my fundraising work. So I decided to enroll at the Mariposa Eco School ( The Butterfly School).
I chewed on the decision for days.
Real adventure versus real improvement in my Spanish?
The Eco School offers interesting field trips three afternoon a week, and at weekends . I'll post their website ...
On our fifth day we took the long trip to El Ejido, and first visited a farm to see how ecological techniques can take place, before visiting the site of the worst race riots in Europe - a bit of an anticlimax when the only thing we saw was an African man shouting that he loves English girls. We then went to a fancy restaurant, where we walked in, sat down and grabbed a ...