Grupotel Aldea Cala'n Bosch
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... along came Katya and her son, heading for Majorca, and we got out of our cars to hug one another goodbye. As the sun set Eleanor and I sat by the pool with our wifi connections and all was so pretty. We ate watermelon and tagliatelle for the evening meal and watched Spanish television, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom dubbed into Spanish, and likewise cartoons, American Father speaking Spanish while having the menace of a murderous jacuzzi. The others had gone to bed before ...
... up my eldest daughter from the airport, stopping en route to visit one of the islands ancient sites, Talati de Dalt. Wow, this was more amazing than I ever expected. The highlight, standing stones known locally as Taula were so impressive and once back in prehistory had been a place for ceremony and sacred connection. Around this was the ancient village of Talati, with caves, rock houses and a great watch tower known as a talailot. There are 2,000 ancient remains on this ...
... a dormant air though which spoke of once great majesty, another human being appeared, a maid, and she indicated that we enjoy the gardens until the management arrived.
And so we came to meet Manuel who was the director of the place, and whose family owned the farm. He led us to an apartment beside the farmhouse which smelt of mildew. Unoccupied for this past winter it obviously needed a good airing.
I soon enough liked where ...
... quirky streets. Many of these streets were so small you could touch each side with less than outstretched arms.
So our European diversion draws to a close as we fly back to the UK and after landing at Manchester we will be headed to Blackpool. This all seemed like a good idea at the time but at least we have been used to getting fish and chips or a full English breakfast during our time in Spain so hopefully all will be fine in the northwest tourist resort.
Last day... Despite not being at school, I think we had to get up even earlier today! We met with Lisa and Andrea and took a taxi to Santa Ponsa to meet John. From there, we began our boat trip to the island of Dragonera, near the north west coast of Majorca. The trip was great - more views of the beautiful Mallorquin coastline, blazing sun and the wind in our hair. We stopped for a swim in the sea en route to the island and had a lunch on the boat - ...