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... with Seb...having grown up here he seemingly knows everyone and takes time to chat,however banally, with everyone and says hello to everyone. When driving his hands are frequently off the wheel, waving or saluting! The local saying is 'poc a poc' slowly slowly' which is so lovely....if something doesn't work straight away, ie my fire lighting efforts yesterday then 'poc a poc' and it works. I've not had a ...
... lots if interesting conversations. They are an immensely musical, liberal minded family, involved in teaching, music tuition, nursing, alternative therapies and ballroom dancing. His father is a highly intelligent man with a beautiful library of ancient leather bound volumes and the classics. He's a retired bank manager, now writing books about Alaro's history (first town on the island to electricity apparently) and the evolution of surnames in the ...
... 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 ...
... decked out with bottle green shutters and succulents in flower pots. It was freezing, a sneaky cold wind froze everyone, but a fair few intrepid tourists were there and a warm 'coco de potatas' sprinkled with icing sugar from a cosy bakery helped me to thaw. I sketched, slapping on loose watercolour and doodling freely over the top. Joseph Coll Blandecot exhibition was vigorous, free flowing colour and marks, loosened by 30 years in the studio. His landscapes ...
... walked and walked. The sunshine of Saturday morning coaxed me up early and I strode up into the valley, renowned for its old twisted olive trees and terraces. I hiked for at least two hours all the time gaining height and breathtaking views back over to the port. Where do they get all this stone from? The terracing is extravagant! Big stones front smaller rubble to retain each terrace but in addition to this there are neatly walled deep channels for water ...