Inturotel Cala Azul Park
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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 ...
... 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 ...
... in the Olive press, a chapel in a cupboard and a hidden kitchen. Untouched, unvisited and preserved in the past. Beautiful. The train swept East to Sineu and cheery Pat kindly met me and we bobbed out to the 'ut. In progress for the last 10 years the old cottage is still evident, with a modern tack on. The interior a cross between ...
... and in between the string of towns, including Inca, strung along the valley on the rail line. Its amazing to experience the same view I'd enjoyed from the aeroplane but this time from the mountain tops and this time with familiarity. Hunting for St Antoni's cave, Seba led the way through natural terraces, created by mounds of stone, past a deep fresh water well and out onto the side of the mountain where the stone stratad upwards creating a precipitous but walkable ...
... tea and coffee before heading out. One day Ben scoped out the climbing routes on the rocks. We knew that in order to get onto the rock wall to climb up, you'd have to find a way down...this meant that Ben would have to downclimb, enter the water and swim to where he wanted to climb up.
Ben was fearless! He clambered up the rocks like a monkey and when I could see him, I would take some shots of him from ...