Panorama Beach Hotel
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... fish market floor, swilling with guts and melted ice. I laughed at the miro costumes, paint splattered pantaloons and cardboard box masks. I like the contrast in his aquatints of sharp black scribble line and soft blushes of colour, which give depth and float like thought bubbles. I picked up an English walking guide to the GR22...which might suggest that I'll undertake this. It lists the refugees, length of each section in bite size pieces and walking ...
... after Sunrise Montessori School.
-- Quick note on any thoughts on sending us a package – in a word: don’t. We’ve had lots of trouble with lost mail, packages stuck in customs, etc. For those who have sweetly thought of a care package, we love your thought but probably best to just send us a great email with your latest photos!
-- Starbuck’s is an international no man’s land. I have only ...
... and headed home at 2am. It was pretty sad saying goodbye to some great people who I'm really glad to have met - and I really hope that we can stay in touch. So, that's it - I'm done!! Dreading the journey home tomorrow but actually I have a concert to look forward to when we land in London, and I really cannot wait to see everyone at home. For anyone still following this - I will update with a summary shortly... Adiós Mallorca - no - hasta la ...
... to contemplate my time here and start saying my goodbyes. For the evening, we had a quiet dinner to ourselves in a pizza place that had been recommended, and ended up trying out a few different bars afterwards (LAB, Idem, Prohibition) to see where would be best for my farewell drinks tomorrow. Suddenly going home feels very real and I'm not at all sure how I feel about it - really can't wait to see everyone... But was it long enough ...
... and had dinner at La Boveda, and stopped for "Spain's second best ice cream" in town. Palma held a "nit de art" (night of art) and was very very busy. A few galleries were open late and there were a few extra exhibitions. We stopped to watch a group of dancers and musicians fuse different types of dance including ballet, tap, flamenco and street. After all of that excitement, we had a final drink in Havana before bed - last day of school tomorrow - ...