Condesa de la Bahia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to dry figs on and make perfect kindling, but Seb's boss doesn't like to scratch his (expensive) car when (rarely) visiting the finca, so it was necessary to cut back the verges and my job to lop down these amazing plants. In the last three weeks we've had quite an impact in the finca, the bathrooms are super clean, the kitchen has newly covered shelves, clean cutlery and dishes and is extremely snug. I mopped ...
... after that comes a second course of pastries. Either empanadas packed with meat and peas or sweet pasty shaped robiols with pumpkin marmalade or cream filling. If you've not already glued your mouth shut with all that pastry you can then tuck into dry pastry biscuits cut into hearts or stars, about half an inch thick! These are thankfully all sloshed down with champagne, which loosens pastry from back teeth quite successfully! Seb and I were in for ...
... 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 ...
... Slimy mounds of calcite glistened and we admired the landscape of the roof in the plunge pool of water that has been constructed, perhaps for sacred bathing, or for sheep to cool themselves in! We clamoured back to the cafe and hostel, grabbed some well earned beers and stretched out in the sunshine and siestad. As we journeyed down the moon rose and the rock glowed orange behind us. I've joined Mallorca's cycling elite. Sarah's offered me her bike so I glided out, ...
... of tourists block the road waiting for their bus, people stroll and smile benignly, the first day of spring is warming the Port and the businesses who jet washed, repainted, repaired and readied themselves last week in the cold must have made their money today. The Soller train was packed to standing with hooded and scarfed Germans. It's a tiny microcosm that is just beginning to open up to me, as I feel increasingly at home, amongst the visitors! Patna is a 1920s ...