Melia Sol y Nieve
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... were so many choices of runs for Keith and Pauline over the next two days we covered a lot of ground across the mountains and on the last day skied from the highest point (3,300metres) with our small group of skiers. The kids did really well and snow boarded all the way back to the village on the last day.
The kids made some friends with the ski rental staff and played tricks on them each afternoon at the lockers.
... around here, but most of them are expert in retreating before you can get the camera trained on them!
Eventually we get to the steep summit tower, where there's a minor scramble on to the top (2083m, about 700m above the car park). There's not enough room to swing a cat up here, although someone has managed to squeeze a small shrine or two amongst the rocks. The view is brilliant - you can see the Axarquia mountains to ...
... a delightful Spanish women, sharing travel and family stories, which just shows the continuous progress in my ability to communicate in Spanish.
God is good, and I have seen him bless me in countless ways in these short three weeks. I look forward to what is still coming.
Thank you to all of you for supporting me and caring for me with your prayers and checking in. You will here from me again soon.
85;о жить в такое время! Это эпоха. Об этом детям потом будеш 00; расск
Some might say: "Ok, now she finally lost it, she's really blogging about Jukeboxes?!"
But no, I am just very creative when it comes to finding metaphors for what is happening around me. So, let’s talk about Juke-boxes:
“A jukebox (noun) is a partially automated music-playing device, usually a coin-operated machine, that will play a patron's selection from self-contained media. The classic jukebox has buttons with ...