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Inland Properties : New Properties for sale added from 040116 to 170116 in Alora and El Chorro

Dear Friends

Hereby we are sending you the new property for sale added to Inland Properties portfolio in the two weeks, from 04/01/2016 to 17/01/2016… 14 more words

Malaga

Onwards and Upwards

An early morning and a beautiful start

A technical test day yesterday. Both Thomas and I have climbed multipitch routes (where the climb is longer than your rope or round an obstruction you need to belay around, so you have to stop half way, let your partner climb to you then start again from half way up.) But we haven’t climbed one together and a lot of communication is needed and a few different techniques that require a common understanding. 315 more words

El Chorro and the Olive Branch

I think I’ve found my new favourite place. 

Yesterday was spectacular if exhausting, we were up and out by 8.30 again and after the necessary purchase of bread and coffee returned to El Chorro. 401 more words

Where the hell did November go!

I’ve just finished writing a 9 page assignment on Quantum mechanics.

And with that I’m not going to apologise for a lack of any updates, my last post was November 8th and now it’s the 28th, which is a week later than I intended, but it’s been busy folks. 594 more words

Climbing

Caminito del Rey - A Guide to Andalusia's Renewed Trail

Once considered the most dangerous hike in the world, the Caminito del Rey (a.k.a the “King’s Path”) originated as a path for miners in the El Chorro gorge, which is an hour outside of the city of Malaga. 1,380 more words

Travel

San Miguel de Allende

San Miguel de Allende is a picture postcard colonial city that draws crowds of visitors, both short and long term, to it's cobbled streets and red roofed colonial buildings. 330 more words