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“Paul ha traducido nuestro folleto sobre el Plan Dinamización Serranía de Ronda al inglés y al alemán. Lo hizo rápido y a un precio aceptable. No dudo en recomendarle.”
Alfredo Carrasco, Director, Centro de Iniciativas Turísticas (CIT), Ronda, noviembre de 2.009

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Why Brits Don’t Learn Spanish PDF

By Steve James

alt May 15 – 21, 2009


What is it with the British and foreign languages?  Spanish is arguably the second easiest (after Italian) mainstream language to learn.  All words are spoken as they are written.  All letters (except ‘h’) are pronounced.  It is such a serious problem for the British that maybe it’s genetic; a linguistic disorder blighting a whole nation.

Primaries Must Break The Language Barrier PDF

alt 16 December 2008

When it comes to learning foreign languages, the UK is worryingly out of step with the rest of Europe, says Mike Baker

Mike BakerTravelling with the herd is not always desirable. But when it comes to learning foreign languages, the UK is worryingly out of step with the rest of Europe. We have long been the language-learning dunces, but now we are slipping further behind. Only someone with the worst case of Podsnappery could be complacent about that.  

The Streets of San Francisco PDF

Paul Whitelock, a sometime resident of the Barrio San Francisco, explains to Olive Press readers why this corner of Ronda is among the best in town

alt  Thursday 16 October 2008

THE Barrio San Francisco, which nestles just outside the city walls at the southern end of Ronda’s old town, is a delightful working quarter of narrow streets and cobbled alleyways, populated mainly by local people.  In recent years, however, the charms of this up-and-coming area of the Ciudad Soñada, City of Dreams, have enticed a small number of foreigners to buy a house or an apartment here. 

Your Highs and Lows of 2008 PDF

Ronda, Andalucía, September

By Paul Whitelock

                                            Sunday 28 December 2008 

  Ronda, Andalucia

 Ronda, Andalucía. Photograph: Peter M Wilson/Corbis

Little did I know when I set off for a week's holiday in southern Spain that it would change my life completely.

Ronda, Andalucía: The perfect break PDF

By Anthony Jefferies

                                            Wednesday 4 June 2008 

  Ronda, Andalucia

 Ronda is a must-see town at any time of year

The Spanish mountain town of Ronda is the home of bullfighting – but its dramatic scenery and fine restaurants are the real delights, says Anthony Jefferies.

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