There is No ‘Manana, Manana’ With a Good Spanish Removals Firm

There is nothing worse, on a hot day, when the stress levels are starting to rise, in a traffic jam in the south of France, your kids are screaming in the back, you don’t speak the native language, you feel a bit lost, you are hungry, you want to wait until you reach the next town to have lunch and you see the expression on your partner’s face that says, very clearly, that they are losing faith in you. The idea of moving to Spain on your own can seen like an easy affair beforehand but hindsight is gained by experience which is sometimes painfully got.

Working with a good Spanish removals firm will take the pressure away. They will do that part for you, or should I say, their multilingual drivers who have done this trip more times than you have had hot dinners will undertake this part of your journey. There will be no ‘manana, manana’, just listo (ready) and hecho (done). That leaves you to arrive, with your family, at the airport, at today’s competitive airline prices, with a smile on your face, relaxed, happy, and ready for one of the biggest adventures of your life. Maybe the removals are going to that part of Spain somewhere along El Camino de Santiago de Compostela, (the road to Santiago) the road that the apostle James took, from the Basque region, through Asturias, Leon and eventually to Santiago in Galicia where he died and was buried in the cathedral of Santiago.

Or maybe your particular Spanish removals process is going to the west coast of Spain, to Barcelona, and instead of arriving stressed out behind the driving wheel, you would rather go for a swim on the way to your new home or you might stop off for a pina colada in las Ramblas which means ‘dry flowers’ in Arabic, because it was the flower market in the eighteen hundreds. Our removals drivers know Spain intimately, and more importantly, all the short cuts through all the traffic jams that the outsider often finds mind boggling. You are the one that can say ‘manana, manana’… at this point, as the street performers and street artists make you realise the diversity of culture that is in the world.

Whether it is Madrid or Malaga, Zaragotha or Cadiz, nowhere is too far of too hot, nowhere is ‘manana, manana’ for a good Spanish removals company. They will deliver your house contents to any part of Spain. And this will leave you the time and energy, as you arrive, to organize the other things that are important, if your relocation is to be a success: organising your children’s placement into school, finding nurseries for your babies if you both work, organising your new home, orientating yourself in your new area, making new friends with whom you can forget about tomorrow, friends with whom you can say ‘manana, manana’…

It is best to choose a Spanish removals firm with a lot of experience, who have relocated many families and homes to Spain. The best Spanish removals experts will be able to give a lot of helpful free advice to their customers. Over the years, through keeping in contact with their satisfied customers they will have learned just what it means to move to a new country. To become established, to learn the language, to make new friends, to put your children through school, to take up hobbies, and at the end of the day, to be able to say, with complete relaxation, ‘manana, manana’.

How To Learn Spanish Today and Speak Conversational Spanish Like a Native Speaker

If you want to learn Spanish today, it is imperative that you begin learning the language today and that you do not postpone learning. Today, I have 6 vocabulary words from my old “cuaderno” (notebook) to help you in your journey to learn this language. It is very important that you learn these words because you may not find them in a learning-Spanish book but native Spanish speakers use the 6 words all the time.

1. Repartir – to hand-out

2. Volante – flyer

Están repartiendo volantes en la calle.
They are handing out flyers in the street.

Note that in addition to “flyer” the word “volante” can also mean “steering wheel.”

3. Repartidor – Deliverman

El repartidor pasaba muy temprano por la casa.
The deliveryman used to pass by the house very early.

4. Derramar: to spill

Se me derramó la leche.
I spilled the milk (by accident).

5. Regar: to water

Tengo que regar las matas.
I have to water the plants.

Note that in Colombia, I have heard the “gente” (people) use the word “regar” to not only mean “to water” but also to “to spill.” And the word “derramar” is also used in Colombia to mean “to spill.” If you want to know how to say “plant” in Spanish, take note that in Latin America, you may hear the word “mata” or the word “planta” used.

6. Matera: Flower Pot

Hay una mata muy grande en esa matera.
There is a very large plant in that flower pot.

The Fundamental Behind Spanish Names

Spanish is spoken in twenty different countries and it is said to be a romance language which is originally from the northern area of Spain. Spanish language is spoken in the entire Spain, latin American countries, few parts of Africa and few parts of Asia pacific. Spanish is also known as español in Spain.

Spanish and Portuguese has a literature similarity in terms of grammar and vocabulary. Phonological and Morphological Spanish and Italian also share a lot of similarity. All together this language is spoken in almost twenty five countries. Names in Spanish are traditional, modern as well as unique. The babies who are named in Spanish language are mostly inspired by the bible, the catholic saints and by nature.

Spanish baby names are mostly influenced by their parents’ cultures; backgrounds and heritage are very common. Another factor that affects naming a baby is multi-cultural heritage. Spanish names are mostly used as the first or Christian names in different Christian countries. Spanish girl names or Spanish boy names are also defined by combining two or three different names.

The Spanish baby names are originated from nature, historical origin, derived from place names, flower names etc. The very important fact about Spanish names for girls is that they carry their surnames as the surnames of their brothers which are followed by the last names of their husbands. Spanish speaking people living in different countries might face difficulties while naming as, not every country has this rule to use two family surnames.

The practice of using the surnames for naming a person has now become the tradition in Spain due to the Arabic influence and the same custom was spread in America during the conquest years. To choose traditional Spanish baby girl names or Spanish baby boy names one should use catholic saint names. For instance take a popular Spanish name Cristóbal Colón who is Christopher Columbus in English where in Columbus was born in Geneo, Italy as Cristoforo Colombo. If we talk about different European languages it is mentioned as Kristoffer Kolumbus in Swedish, Christophe Colomb in French, Christoffel Columbus in Dutch and Christoph Kolumbus in German.

To make it easier for you to choose Spanish names one should follow few key points such as first, names should not be too long keeping in mind the surnames to be added with the names. Second, to keep up the tradition of applying two first names, randomly choose one name and try to choose the other name, the ancestral name.

Third, choice of famous or popular Spanish names which can be influenced by any place name or nature or any flowers name. Fifth, directly check the baby names site where you can find all such variety defined for you. Our website is one of those, designed keeping in mind all these needs of the visitor.