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Travel Blogs from Jandia Peninsula
... Chris another potential cycling route so he took us up the hill. The steep hillsides were terraced with olive trees and there were also many citrus orchards (I found out later that Soller exported both).
We arrived at the town of Soller before the port. The small town was strategically located a couple of kilometres inland from its port. In the days of old, this was quite a common occurrence as a deterrence against ...
... Segue, a small village. That was a challenge! We ate very delicious pizza, empanada and pastry at Sant Miquel Pastisseria. Yumm.. We walked through the town to Casa Mauri with its lovely garden and mosaics and back along the lake.
The most entertaining time was sitting in a sort of bar, to keep cool, watching the local men play cards. Four played, four stood or sat watching-, but 6-7 of them all talked, very loudly at the same ...
... in one corner of the square which had been closed the last time we were here, which was a shame because it had been full of nans but this time we spotted people going in and out so I went to investigate. There were no nans here today but the Montblanc gegants were on display in the foyer so we went inside for photographs.
It was lunchtime by now and we checked the restaurants around Placa Major for menus del dia but there was nothing obvious. We had a ...
... the bar and we had time for a couple of cortados before the rest of them started to arrive. Cuss was true to his word and handed over a brand-new faixa still in its wrapping (I need to sort out some payment for this) but a visit with the president of the colla to the store-room was unsuccessful because XL in Catalunya is just a bit too short for me so I decided I would stick with the "Regne Unit" shirt even though it wasn't Colla Joves red, at least it had the logo and people would ...
... and a 5 of 8 - all difficult structures that only the best colles can build.
There was a good crowd to see them and they weren't disappointed because all three teams were in a mood to show what they can do and Reus were ready to repeat their best performance. As we were now quite late in the season everybody seemed to be on top form and as ever it was great to see the way that the two big teams were on hand to help the Xics ...
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