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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 ...
We had time to drive up to the Finca on Puig de S'Alcadena. Sitting in nearly 200 hectares the beautiful sandy stone building sits romantically above Alaro valley. The balcony would be perfect for a Romeo Juliet encounter, the interiors a museum piece, dusty and unchanged. Huge wooden doors opened to reveal the wooden screw drive and great ...
... 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, ...
... from the normality of the rainy Port outside. Katie and Greg have been restoring her for 6 years, from near ruin. Their addition of a 'dog house' at the stern to house navigational instruments and chart table is completely sympathetic and matches the interior perfectly. Each bunk tapers elegantly towards the stern, cosily dressed with tartan rugs and nautical photos and bedtime reading. Based peacefully on the east coast of England she has made the journey to ...