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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 ...
We've just celebrated Easter, with a fast amount of food! Three things seem important here. Gigantic platters of lamb, thick walled pastries and family. I was lucky enough to be invited to join my friend Seb's family. He's the youngest of seven children most of whom were able to join us yesterday and we all squeezed around a big table for fried offal, mixed with artichokes, broad beans and red pepper. That was washed down with red wine. But brace ...
... tasted-- dark chocolate Toblerone. I might return to Mallorca just for that.
We then walked to one of the churches and peeked inside before reaching the shoreline, and, as if we were in a movie, the sun came out and nearly blinded us. We enjoyed the sun, walking near the cathedral and through more of the winding streets. Half the time we had only a vague idea of where we were, but that was half the fun. We walked along the shoreline for a bit before discovering a ...
We have a longer day than previously scheduled, because of maintenance issues, we will not depart until 8 pm. We decide to take the Tourist hop-on, hop-off bus into Palma. We ride up to the Castle, enjoy the view of the city, then rode around the rest of the route through the city. We decided to go back to our ship for lunch, then went back for more sight=seeing. It was a very pretty city, with lovely beaches and waterfront. Those that took shore excursions, said ...
Here we are in sunny Palma and in the marina right by the old city and the magnificent Cathedral.
What could be better?
Leaving Cala San Vicente in the pitch black of early morning and out into the swell of the open sea was quite an experience for me. The blackness is intense and I felt that I was helming blind but logic always steps in and with Steve on lookout we got out of the cala safely.
It was a 10 hour crossing to Majorca with an ...