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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... about ambition or dreams or frustrated dreams....slowly slowly. ....not clawing or holding on too tight. It really takes the pressure off, all things will happen, in their own sweet time! And our days here are long...we've worked mornings, and eaten late, cooking on and huddled close to the fire, off to bed at midnight. No TV, not much radio and next to no internet! The day stretches on until it's suddenly ...
... lots if interesting conversations. They are an immensely musical, liberal minded family, involved in teaching, music tuition, nursing, alternative therapies and ballroom dancing. His father is a highly intelligent man with a beautiful library of ancient leather bound volumes and the classics. He's a retired bank manager, now writing books about Alaro's history (first town on the island to electricity apparently) and the evolution of surnames in the ...
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 ...
... breaks. I travel there with a more leisurely outlook, although I'm sure I won't be able to resist dashing round the sites! I wonder who I'll meet, how well I can conquer the language....I look forward to exploring with my walking maps and stopping to gaze. I flew out to join a Roo and Peter who are experienced sailers and are currently restoring a Scottish herring boat 'Bonnie lass'. The work is manual...painting and preparing the boat for the coming ...
... travelling through the Sóller tunnel which, at just over 3 km long, is the longest tunnel in Mallorca. It was much easier to go straight under the mountains than over the top but not as interesting.
Back at the apartment, all was tranquil once again so Simon had a siesta and I sunbathed on the terrace. Tonight, we are planning to visit Port de Pollença for supper which Simon thinks he has visited before, but can't remember! ...