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Getting to El Chorro, reservoirs and Camino del Rey | El Caminito del Rey – The Kings Path – El Chorro- The Guadalhorce Reservoirs

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Getting to El Chorro, reservoirs and Camino del Rey | El Caminito del Rey – The Kings Path – El Chorro- The Guadalhorce Reservoirs

El Chorro In order to visit the Caminito del Rey you need to get to the small village of El Chorro located in Málaga province, Andalusia, Spain. El Chorro is a few miles away from the larger town of Alora. GPS etc Coordinates are 36°54’0 N and 4°43’60 W in DMS (Degrees Minutes Seconds) or 36.

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Entrelenguas | encuentro gastronomico

Mañana en Escuela Entrelenguas no podéis perderos el divertido encuentro gastronómico benéfico en el que, además de poder pasarlo pipa, podréis ser parte activa de una buena causa. ¿Quieres saber por qué? ¡Entonces esta entrevista te interesa! ¡Sigue leyendo! #entrelenguas #cambiemoselmundo

Entrelenguas | encuentro gastronomico

Hoy hablamos con Azzam, coordinador de la asociación Raíces, que mira por la integración de los inmigrantes en la comunidad. Azzam viene de Palestina y después de muchos años viviendo en otros países europeos, en 2001 llegó a nuestra ciudad, donde vive con su familia. Empezó a trabajar con Raíces ha…

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10 words that Spanish people ALWAYS say!

There are many words in the Spanish language, but there are some that are used A LOT more than others, here is a list of the main ones:

1. Tío/ tía

¡Hola tío! ¿Qué tal tía? ¿Qué pasa tía?

Hey mate! You alright girl? What’s up sweetie?

If you want to sound like a Spanish person, you need to call all of your friends and family tío or tía. Normally this word means Uncle or Auntie, but in Spain everyone is your tío!

2. Buenas

Buenas derives from Buenos días (good day) and bueno (good) and people in Spain use it to mean ‘Hello’. It’s a bit more casual and informal than Hola, so you can use it with your friends, but if you’re having a job interview it’s probably best not to go in and say Buenas hombre!

3. Claro

Bueno, ¡claro! Claro que sí. Claro, claro. 

Claro is a word of affirmation, used to mean sure or of course. Out of the many ways they have to say of course, Claro seems to be their favourite.

4. Guapo/a

Hola guapa. Gracias guapo. 

Hey babe! Thanks…

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Today we speak with Azzam, coordinator of the association Raíces, who work on the integration of immigrants into the community. Azzam is originally from Palestine and after many years living in other EU countries, he came and settled in Ronda in 2001. He began working with Raíces eight years ago and is talking to us today about the organisation and their gastronomic event.

What is Raíces? What does the association do? 

Raíces is an association which aims for the integration of immigrants into the community of Ronda. In the association we offer FREE Spanish courses to people from Western Sahara and Morocco. We also work with a social worker from La Cruz Roja (The red cross) to provide legal advice to foreigners, if they have issues with things such as right of residency. We are quite a relaxed group, we don’t have official meetings but we meet up now and then to discuss different things and plan events.

What happens at the Gastronomic event?

We have 20 cooks at the event who…

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