Welcome back to Wagoners Abroad Adults learning Subjunctive Spanish! Heidi and I have been off learning about a new “mode” that is used when speaking Spanish. It was a 3-day workshop, and the TL;DR is that we had a good time, and learned a lot.
Greetings One and All. I must be the luckiest guy on the planet. “Why?” you ask? Because I get to do super cool stuff and then write about it. So what’s on tap today? A Sailing charter in Costa Tropical! And if you’re one of those impatient types who want to skip ahead, well then yes, we had a great time!
When we first moved to Spain a few years ago, we would see people flying around in the sky with parachutes (paragliding). We had no idea what it was and drove over to La Herradura to check it out. It turns out this is one of the best places for paragliding in Spain, right over the Mediterranean Sea! We watched so many of them floating in the sky and then landing on the beach. I knew I wanted to try it one day, as I love to try anything that is full of adventure.
The Carnaval season has sadly come to an end. We spent the kick of weekend experiencing Carnaval of Cádiz and had a wonderful time. It was good fun to listen and watch the Chirigotas and be part of the Big Carnaval energy. This weekend we were able to close Carnaval locally, in the small village of La Herradura. This is just a 5 min drive from Almuñécar, so a no brainer for a Saturday night activity. Continue reading
Greetings Everyone! We’re starting 2013 off on a strong note (good one Alan!). As I’m the guitar fan in the family, this was a particular treat for me. We took a tour of a local Master guitar maker’s shop, and it was fascinating.
We intentionally selected Almuñecar as our home, because of the proximity to both the Sea and the Mountains. We so enjoy nature and this was the best of both worlds. Little did we know, there would be so many extra bonus features. Since the first week we arrived in September, we regularly see people here in Spain.