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... The moves were so ecstatic, physical manifestations of the beat, fast and raw and thankful. Wilder than any dance sessions I've ever experienced. The morning dawned blue and misty. I packed bread and cheese and optimistically my sunnies. Seba had invited me to walk up the Puig to Alaro's famous castle and we abandoned the car on rough ground and strode up the track and onto the cobbled Camino ascending through pine, twisted olives and wild Rosemary. The views from the ...
I'm struck by how 'all the same' we are. I stroll down to the seafront and post my postcards home. I settle in the sun outside a beautiful patisserie coffee shop and admire an older woman, white haired and intrepid in her stride making her way to the postbox, cards in hand! Then a gent in a white and orange shell suit walks by wearing a Russian style fur hat and wonder if perhaps we all a little different after all! Today has been nothing short of blissful. Once Alex and ...
... elegant hotels and patio gardens frothing with greenery, arbors and fluffy air plants in hanging baskets. I finished my sandwich and headed for Soller...my feet now stiff and leaden. Soller carnival was a splash of colour and I was delighted to spot the children from Port Soller dressed as gambas (prawns)! Reluctantly I walked again, picking my way out of town and heading to the port. I was rewarded by the most amazing view back to the mountains ...
We have had a lovely time in Mallorca, Spain.
All the pictures I have seen of this lovely island are chockfull of people! Where did they all go? I felt like we had the entire island to ourselves.
We rented a car for the first few days in Mallorca. Driving the 50 minutes from the airport to the hotel gave way to the realization that this is the island of round-abouts!
Fortunately, the ...
... Sam’s descriptions of what they had for lunch are hilarious (and they have to eat it all; it’s monitored by obstinate older ladies) – fried rubber rings? Grey sauce and rice? Unidentifiable soup? We also love hearing about the antics about trading away what they don’t like to unwitting friends who, fortunately for S and H, seem to avoid fresh fruit at all costs (meaning they’ll trade fried rubber rings for ...