English classes via SKYPE?
Interested in practising and improving your English? From as little as €5 for half an hour of conversation? With the flexibility of Skype?
Contact me..by e-mail: aemono2000[at]yahoo.es ..or on Skype if you find me online: eamonmacmathuna
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Category Archives: rock
La Sierra de Gredos, West Central Spain, abrupt, rugged, alpine in character..its high ground though arid in Summer often accumulates meters of snow in Winter..aside the single road that penetrates to its interior it offers only difficult access to humans … Continue reading
One Saturday in early March after fresh snowfall, we set out en famille from Cotos with the objective of reaching the col between my beloved Hermanas, the twin peaks that precede Peñalara and figure among the most accessible of the … Continue reading
Uncanny, the way in which snow transforms that which it touches, be it trees, water, buildings, rocks or whatever. The Earth’s surface in general, whether it be a flat extension such as a field with a few trees around its … Continue reading
A short video from our Pyrenean Summer, celebrating the moment of my son’s first steps into the nation on the other side, at 2444m thru Puerto de Benasque..could we call this high-stepping? Don’t blink or you’ll miss it – at … Continue reading
The end of Summer and early Autumn has always been, for me, the time of year best suited to rock climbing..no snow as in Winter-Spring, no Pyrenean or Alpine trips as in Spring-Summer, generally dry and warm weather in central … Continue reading
Last week i got to spend some days in the Pyrenees with father-and-son team Angel and Diego. There are probably plenty of fathers and sons – and not a few mothers and daughters either – skiing in the Pyrenees. But … Continue reading
December 11 was International Mountain Day and to celebrate it the local Mountain Wilderness group organised a mountain traverse in the Sierra de Guadarrama..and in Guadarrama style. This implies starting and finishing in towns and villages at the foot of … Continue reading