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"swimming spain" Discussed on When in Spain

When in Spain

02:39 min | 5 months ago

"swimming spain" Discussed on When in Spain

"John thank you so much for taking the time to join me on the way and stay focused today our absolute pillow. You've richard and produced two beautiful books. Gotta say your first book was the wild swimming spain Discover the most useful rivers lakes waterfalls of spain. And you've got one a new one. Congratulations on it by the way. A new on the horizon coming out beginning of much code. Each is spent four hundred fifty secret coast and island. Beaches woke swimming. Exploded a talk about these books in a bit more detail. Of course for anyone listening you hopefully in the future and get to spain and enjoy these wild swimming locations whether they're on the coast or inland. Just tell us how this came about. How did you come up the idea of putting these these books. These guides together. I always retaining in in on the beach but we started going to my mom's making in a hata adequacy your tiny tiny men they said the assan After spanish and one year my brother in law my sister and my mom wanted to kinda go and explore. We found out that that was the place and the real data which beautiful fusible along. Israel's spine in spain they might wednesday not building the wall and just time a into a food inside the fast i phase and then we start saying okay. We'll other places all that we discovered Lower not economy which is not beautiful for like in the middle of the mountains and we started exploring just around and then Every time we went every year when we went to spain today for a quite high hassle we started looking around yet still swimming swimming and he'd he wants to swim. And then when we went journalists lined up chain while things publishing's website and they have Denisa said oh. You're going to spain. We share send some fighters of your world swimming spots for from sauce inning spanked and save and we went to lake bicycle. Jump checks amazing vitek because he remained of us and we set them up. Say right back you'll eating. How would you say about buying fantastic fuel. Latest book hidden beaches in spain. Quite an interesting story behind that is that right that you took a year off and you basically spent a year driving the hosts spain in your camper van. Yeah absolutely we.

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"swimming spain" Discussed on When in Spain

When in Spain

02:54 min | 5 months ago

"swimming spain" Discussed on When in Spain

"Hello welcome to episode of when spain. Podcast i'm your host paul badge. Thank you for joining me wherever you are around the weld. I'm coming to you from a pretty chilly. wintery madrid. the snow has melted away. Finally but what. I thought in this episode. What we're gonna do is try and banish those winter blues Well that is if you're listening in the northern hemisphere if you're listening in the southern hemisphere and i know we've got listeners in australia. Have you enjoy your summer up here in the north it's still pretty wintry and so two. How banish those winter blues. I thought we transport ourselves in this episode to some of the most beautiful natural wild swimming locations all around spain but forget those packed beaches of sunburnt tourists on the custody identify. What i'm thinking more secluded coves white-sand amrou pools craggy canyons wild waterfalls relaxing rivers those kinds of places and guiding us around these off the beaten tracks slices of watery wonder our local san and john weller. Lola is a half spanish former stand up comedian. That's right she even performed at the edinburgh festival and london's comedy store owner. She's no longer stand up. Comedian and also joining her is her partner john. Who's a photographer now. Both of them live in london but both of them are avid swimmers. So much so that they've written and produced to absolutely beautiful burks all about wild swimming in spain both inland and on the coasts. Their first book is called wild swimming. Spain discover the most beautiful rivers lakes and waterfalls of spain. I'm a second book is called hidden beaches of spain. Four hundred and fifty secret coasts and island beaches to walk swim and explore. And that's what we're going to be doing this episode exploring them. That book hidden beaches of spain is actually going to be coming out on the first of march and while in fact lola and john were lucky enough to take a year out from their jobs in london and spend an entire twelve months driving the coast of spain in their camper. Van all in the name of research must have been a pretty tough assignment in this episode. John lola again to be guiding us around some of their favorite places to swim kayak die and hike or just relax or around spain and some of the spanish islands as well and then also be offering us of course some practical advice as well if you want to do wild swimming in some of spain's wild locations so stay tuned for that. That's coming up in a few minutes just before the interview. Quick shoutout.

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"swimming spain" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:45 min | 1 year ago

"swimming spain" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Take the proper precautions as stated in W. H. O. guidelines and also bearing in mind what was said by the vice president one of the vice presidents who resigned as well I'm in the organization says we are asking anyone who feels sick to stay home and we're offering a variety of paid and unpaid options to do so there is currently no evidence that covered nineteen is being spread through packages so they have it both sides belt and braces of that argument over a missing this is Newsday from the BBC world service it's eighteen minutes past the hour another story this morning at a previous investigations found that an Iranian and allied links to the revolutionary guards in Iran to fight flight restrictions and spread to the corona virus around the Middle East let's get the sports news his James yeah I've been telling you this morning I haven't thought about Spain and the legal organizes they're aiming for a June restart to the football season there's clubs returned to training this week plays must undergo testing before they can return to full training facilities that it doesn't seem good enough for some premier league bosses they have expressed that Rome concerns about social distancing rules well hell and had all the curve all Germany is actually being an exhibition tennis event played behind closed doors for the last couple of days a round robin format with eight plays Dustin brown who famously beat Rafa Nadal at Wimbledon back in twenty fifteen he was the highest profile player in the draw he was runner up to Yannick ham from in the gym and won the final against the frustrated brown in straight sets in some sub needs as well as injury Miami dolphins coach don Shula died at just yet yesterday at the age of ninety he guided the dolphins to successive Superbowl victories in the nineteen seventies the holes the record for the most career wins as an NFL head coach but with more sports more I'm here on Tuesday thank you thank you yes thanks James nineteen minutes past the hour now let's go to Andrew woods who's standing by with the business on the line from Hong Kong and Devon you're going to explain how much a lot of money really is because set off subject is the what is it three trillion dollars of US government borrowing in order to help the economy through the corona virus how much is three trillion dollars well it's three with twelve zero softer it eight so basically a trillion dollars is a million million dollars and give you an idea he took a one dollar bills they're about six inches long fifteen hundred fifteen millimeters if you laid them end to end three trillion dollar three trillion one dollar bills would stretch all the way from earth to Mars and back again and that be enough left over to go to and from the moon fifty times that's what we need now how do you find three trillion dollars now you know what it looks like where do you get it was lots of people out there who are prepared to lend money to the United States government China in the past has been traditionally one of the biggest buyers of what could U. S. treasuries in other words bones that the the government issues through its treasury as say the nicknames treasuries I thought you know at the end of the day even though America is suffering a loss at the moment economically because of coronavirus it's still the world's biggest economy and buying buying bones is a white basically that you can get it pulled in a way is almost as good as currency you can still trade is and give it to other people now I'm in a way America is lucky because the dollar has become the world's currency in effect and here's what the economist professor Peter Morrissey in Washington told the BBC you want to trade between Thailand and Chile use dollars to do it because there's no effective market between Chilean pesos in Thailand back so you go through the dollar and companies and individuals like to invest in a dollar because of instability as a consequence well we've been auctioning off all these treasuries there hasn't been a great deal of difficulty in getting rid of as professor Peter Morrissey Anna in Washington the problem of course is if America starts pouring enormous amounts of money as well this is going to make it more difficult for other countries that also want to borrow money especially in the developing world when they still need to fill that gap between government spending and government income and they have to borrow in dollars that will prove more difficult fascinating thank you very much indeed for the information and blimey if you'd put me on the spot said how many zeros I wouldn't have known that's twelve zeros in three trillion dollars Andrew wood with a description of large amounts of money that's the business name it is news you can use heroin the stay I mean in a pub quiz if nothing else we're gonna we're gonna we're gonna start now what does it feel like to finally emerge from lockdown Spain has begun a path to normality and their local son who is a U. K. fats cold water swimmer and co author of wild swimming Spain is currently living on the Costa del sol and joins us now welcome to Newsday I mean for him this must have been a tough few weeks tell us what it's been like forty thank you for having me yes it's been quite incredible actually it's always been well it's been terrifying every time you step out of your house and your quite scared because you can be fined I we were stopped on the first day of program going to the shops and told you only have one class now it's time to go to the shops one of the top kind of harden and and the police are everywhere and relax stopping people checking your distance from home check way make checking that you have a receipt for the shop that you're coming to me and you couldn't drive more than one person in the car and then are you new to the local shops I'm I'm looking down at the beach you know looking at the C. desperate to swim in it and being unable to step on to the beach because they have been up it must not see too much of a wheel of fresh but for someone who loves cold water swimming I mean you'll need to be in the outdoors it's it's clearly so much greater than many of us so and also being in the cold okay with the help of his unit absolutely so medicinal as well for you yeah what does it feel like fans to know who I mean have you had your first swim yet when when you going to be able to do that that was on Saturday and it's yes it was quite incredible because and quite a compliment at not being around out there the whole character changed around his nose I would walk to the shops and people who normally you know this is on the list yeah everyone says hello to you everyone's friendly and everyone just looking at you as if you act and you know you're going to bite them or something and then suddenly on Saturday morning when people are allowed out it was like a blast of color everyone was out in like crap and everyone was smiling and I was just able to get into the state it was still cold because this is a mix of the Mediterranean and the Atlantic well I was able to just get in and forget everything about fifteen minutes at least it must be a must be a wonderful feeling I think he did you speak to when you went out what was the feeling amongst the people you were you were out and socializing for the first time I let everyone with money obviously we were keeping distances but you know I live in England people have been able to go out and do exercise and hidden we happened and children have been out eat that until last week there was no children it was like something out to the city bank that there was no children on the street is a tool and now this we have people that was at two ladies sixty five year old twins don't sing on the beach and literally just went up with that and firing in a bit of music dancing on the beach people running people out on bikes people were doing yoga every every sort of thing you can imagine and you know I looked on all the C. it's been and we had a very high death rate Hammond looked on has been important and I don't think people should you know be forced to go back to work if it's dangerous but being able to exercise is so important to people to mental health especially in a situation you don't know what you've got until you're denied it and I think we will appreciate the freedom of movement we have so much more once restrictions are eased across the world a lot of great to have you on the program thank you so much for joining us local son that you take cold water simmer as he's on the Costa del sol in Spain right now planning her next win now something a lot of health workers want more of his personal protective equipment we can old let me hold on to talk about PP in the acronym now but the lack of it as a loss of care workers and medical workers in concerning risk well one local doctor sent an email out saying please I need some scrubs and for women in Hackney wick in east London decided to bake some scrubs pretty amazing since when they've made four thousand sets of the gowns and someone broke Dennis is one of those original full and joins us on the line from Hackney wick broke what did you do before you got this cold I mean we just like a a sewing circle a U. S. Sam stress I wouldn't know where to start so if I got in the mail the doctor wouldn't get any scrubs wanted to stop to get scrubs from you guys as we were part of a mutual aid groups and the head of the Christian went out and I run the textile studio just on the corner of it the center which is quite local and I said I've got an empty space no one's coming and how about we do it from my pharmacist and sorry that terrible kind of got stances right and how difficult was it to switch to doing that because of course it's a medical thing it has to do a job this kind of specs and technical so you're going to get right in the yes there is wait isn't what the issue was yes I tell you on that so the issue is yes they do need to be up to certain standards but we are an exceptional times and we don't have time it seems like so what we did is we have talked to a doctor we got as much information as possible we took that information and we check it out what we could do immediately so we found some fabric they would do the trick we did a T. strand we might them to here we got them to she will then we got her to launder them and she was at the amazing I love the pockets they fit well they don't need ironing we live right let's roll this out as clinicians from testing so you know just make a basic ones that go look at some stuff and important things we had the fabric from so we got an order for pick up from a middle act and Yorkshire but it's really important that we tell everyone this is sustainable we didn't want to take this from an angle that we were just filling a gap we want to use a natural product it calls and five a we wanted them to be practical they wanted to be able to put things in their pockets and finds in the pockets ninety six easily washed in the same system perfectly so this is not just asking how this is us asking what they need and also provides a welcome the problem is you do a good deed and you end up having to deal with difficult questions like who gets it okay the first stop you get other requests come in how do you decide who gets your stuff when everybody needs it we try to print we don't we don't present if you want to see describes you go on the list and we provide them and we also have larger orders coming in from hospices in key home with his paper on generally funded **** so we definitely bumping them up and we will always supply as much as we can as fast as we can with what we've got for today softy Brooke and Brooke Dennis and chums on the line from Hackney wick they will see the program began with genius scientist ends with genius Sam stresses as a genius program for your cat and Lawrence with Newsday corny sorry distribution of the BBC.

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