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... was a time when all the words just sounded like one big jumbled mess and i couldnt distinguish anything. Also one other thing to note is the Andulucian accent can be difficult sometimes as they tend not to pronounce the S at the end of words (una, do, tre etc..) I have now enquired about starting Spanish lessons in which are 4 hours a day 5 days a week and i think i will do a 16 week program possibly 20 if i have the money. I will update my progress shortly... more to ...
... beach restaraunts and some lovely villas. The inland vilages- puebloes can be very picturesque. Perched on hills, or set into the side of mountains. From Valleniza campsite, we could see a snow capped mountain, which is in a national park- this is our barometer, when its clear its a good day, when surrounded by cloud you know rain or cold winds might come. On the other hand, snowing about 20km inland from the beach is no indication of snow on the coast as it never reaches ...
... the rugged paths and the climbing.
Greg and I have been very impressed with Zara as she has had to keep up with all the trekking, on her little 6yr old legs, with little complaint.
Ronda is so impressive that it is a must see destination if you come to Spain.
Day 3 was our first really lazy day of resting at home for most of the day. The kids even got to do some school work, which they were very excited to ...
... assuming he’d have BBC1, ITV etc. I knew at this point that Internet Banking was an assumed name - Babestation, Essex Babes, Playboy to name but a few.. Jenson learnt another new word that day ‘Boobie’!!!! a word like most men he hasn’t forgotten!
To be fair to Kevin, he did prove to be very helpful and I think grateful of the company for a beer over the fence. Row G had a thing called ‘sundown’ where ...
... The few people we saw appeared to be “snow birds” – what we call the senior citizens who live in cold climates in the summer but spend their winters in low-cost communities in warm areas. These snow-birds appeared to be from Germany or England or Austria. The fact that it was so quiet was a clear indication that the “high season” had not started yet, so we found a café with outdoor seating that at least had a few people in it. ...