Finca Ca's Sant
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Soller
Trisha brought her car to school today, and after class, she kindly drove me and Lisa to a beach on the east coast of the island - Playa de Muro. The beach is near to the more popular resort of Alcudia, but is less well known. In fact, both Javier (teacher) and Juan (guy who helped with flat) recommended this place as their favourite beach on the island - much more of a locals' place. When we arrived after about an ...
I forgot to mention that this week we have a different teacher in class, David. He seems like a nice enough guy - the lessons are slightly different than with Javier but that's not necessarily a bad thing. Coming back to school after three days off and being surrounded by English and Scottish folk all weekend has really affected my ...
After such a long and heavy weekend, I spent the afternoon recovering by the pool in my new hotel, which was really lovely... But promptly got sunburnt in the process! Two days in Scotland was seemingly enough for my skin to forget the five prior weeks in Palma! Still, the pool area was great. Despite this, it's very odd being confined to the small hotel room for ...
... quite early, but had time for a breakfast in a small cafe in town, where we were made very welcome. Not only was the wedding a lot of fun, but it was great to meet some more of James' friends and get to know others even better. Driving from North Berwick to the airport showed us some amazing countryside - makes me realise how much I miss this landscape compared to that of Majorca. The journey back to Palma was quite difficult - not sure if it was a delayed mega hangover or a bug ...
I had to miss school today, pack up the apartment and head to Edinburgh for the wedding of Alex (James' uni friend) and Jane. I've been really looking forward to it, but it will be weird going home to the UK for a couple of days and still being somewhere quite different. I wonder how I will cope with ...