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I pulled on thick protective trousers, zipped up the back, my hot black anorak, the straps and thick chainsawing gloves...brush cutting here we come. I love the repetitive swing of the machine, it's high pitched whine and the satisfaction of felling triffids! Aubons (porrasa) are about 4' high. A strong fleshy stalks sprout from long green leaves and explode with white flowers. The dried stems can be used to create ...
... marathon so we did this meal twice, the first day eating rosit de city (roast lamb). I still have a very fast metabolism but even I woke up on Monday morning still full of food and having to face the big family do just a few hours later! I jest! The atmosphere was wonderful and I was made to feel extremely welcome in their home, albeit with my limited Catalan/spanish. Several of Seb's siblings and their partners spoke good english so on Monday ...
We had time to drive up to the Finca on Puig de S'Alcadena. Sitting in nearly 200 hectares the beautiful sandy stone building sits romantically above Alaro valley. The balcony would be perfect for a Romeo Juliet encounter, the interiors a museum piece, dusty and unchanged. Huge wooden doors opened to reveal the wooden screw drive and great ...
... calcite. A harp of three thin columns rang when we tapped them, their resonance carrying through the space. As the light fell the boulders at the far end seemed to grow and we seemed to shrink, so the route back to the cave entrance seemed like an increasingly impossible scramble across huge stones and vast crevasses. We made it out and walked back in the cold night air. Brandy laced chocolate caliente warmed our hands and hearts and we tucked into fried fish in bar in Santa ...
We arrived in Cala de Calobra around 5:30. We anchored in the small bay and took a tender to shore. The little village has a small pier along one side of a steep hill and the village is crowded on the hillside raising between two much larger and steeper hills. The whole thing looks like some Hollywood set because of its idyllic setting on the small bay. There are several bars and restaurants where we got drinks and ate an early ...