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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 ...
... morrocan, it has very narrow streets, woven around squares with tinkling foutains and green verdant spaces with shuttered houses seemingly asleep in the hot sun. Its deep shadows and quiet alleys provide real peace and quiet from the buzzing town grown outside of this once fortified muslim town. There is more than one lovely church here to peep inside and abundant orange trees grow everywhere.
Puerto Banus is where all the money is in Marbella, its harbour is ...
... a Spanish/ Swedish restaurant. He is very Swedish and she is very Spanish and ABBA plays on a loop. Interesting.
Incidentally, I was reminded of Snooze's 40th when she was standing on our dining room table kidding herself she was singing beautifully in tune to Thank You For The Music.
Fortunately I managed to block out the ...
... it to be.
It was around 35°c outside and the nights were really hot.
The food was really good most of the days.
The trip was really good in general and my friend stayed a few days more than me and the trip home went good but we had about 30 min to change plane in denmark and home in sweden the summer just had started.
... been deemed worthy of a name!
The day gets hotter, the rest stops get longer and the periods of walking in between the stops get shorter. But gradually I'm approaching Cerro Mangueno, counting down the remaining distance on my GPS. The final climb to the summit actually has a bit less vegetation on it, but is much steeper than the rest of the ridge, with a big drop on the right hand side. I've never managed to do it without a rest ...