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
(In the e-mail address [at] = @!)
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Category Archives: ski
Mountain skiing in Spain – or just simply skiing in Spain – much better than the Maladetas, you just don’t get.. still close to 1400m of descent, and multiple 1200m descents, in the middle of May. Add up to half … Continue reading
This Easter, Semana Santa as it’s known locally, i figured it was about time i made a visit to the upper Benasque Valley, with its Maladetas, its moribund glaciers..and its 1000+ meter descents everywhere you look. I’ve been a regular … Continue reading
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
Last weekend the weather forecast for the Pyrenees was not very good..to put it mildly. Saturday 1st of April promised rain at lower elevations, snowfall, colder temps, wind and heavy cloud higher up. Maybe the forecasters were playing at April … 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
The Winter of 2016-17 is shaping up to be one of the poorer, and stranger, ones of recent times. Generally low snowfall and mild temps from December thru March have made it poor, and the directions of the prevailing winds … Continue reading