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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Mountain skiing in Spain – or just simply skiing in Spain – much mo’ better than the Maladetas, ya just don’t get.. still close to 1400m of descent, and multiple 1200m descents, in the middle of May. Add up to … 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
After years of going to the mountains alone – very often – or occasionally with a partner, i recently joined a club and have rediscovered the curious experience of heading for the hills in the company of twenty or more … Continue reading
The rain comes gently tripping down..sweet and soft, on to the augusted, thirsty and exhausted earth. After a very hot Summer, September is cooling down nicely..to the relief of many who know that Central Spain’s Summers often protract into the … Continue reading
On the morning of April 16 we drove from Switzerland via Martigny and le Col de la Forclaz to Argentière in France. Argentière is a small town located in the upper Chamonix valley, and it has a cable-way that goes … Continue reading
We arrived in the village of La Fouly, still in Switzerland, about midday on Monday 14 April. This place has a very dramatic backdrop of Alpine peaks and glaciers scraping the sky 2.2km above the town. Since we were going … Continue reading