Can Joan Capo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... buckets of water from the tiled floors upstairs and the garden now has herbs, tomatoes, aubergine and a calabacin alongside the neatly tied up and weeded habbas. It felt wonderful to select and plant veg from the market last Saturday, but Seb was cautious not to plant too much as water becomes scarce here in the summer. I strolled round town yesterday....quietly enjoying exploring. It's very different ...
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 ...
... and agro-tourism accommodation. Jackie and I walked the long straight road into Sineu this evening, exploring the narrow lanes up to the church and a cafe for chocolate a la taza. It's lovely to have a travel companion again and Jackie and I had a good laugh over a beer in LLoba tonight, setting out on the long straight stretch eastwards this ...
... have enjoyed self catering with delicious Serrano ham, cheese and rock solid loaves! On Saturday I joined Sarah's French friend Sophie for 3hrs of Senegalese dancing which made us laugh as much as we moved, stretching high and thumping our heels down on the floor, "Ka, Ka, Ka,Ka!". The yoga space we used looked out over the valley, bisected by the motorway, which was beautiful and thankfully non reflective! In the evening I bobbed over with Laura (usa) and Susie (UK) and ...
... br> Getting off the train in Sineu it was easy to just follow everyone else up the hill to the market. I can see why the guidebook suggested the market here because it was easily far larger that the other markets I had visited on Mallorca. The booths covered block after block as well as several squares. The market was packed with people (I heard plenty of German spoken) thanks to many tour buses. I browsed every stall but ...