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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 ...
... and agro-tourism accommodation. Jackie and I walked the long straight road into Sineu this evening, exploring the narrow lanes up to the church and a cafe for chocolate a la taza. It's lovely to have a travel companion again and Jackie and I had a good laugh over a beer in LLoba tonight, setting out on the long straight stretch eastwards this ...
... into the semi restored finca, buying cans from a fridge in the animal stalls. Upstairs was softly lit and the warm stone walls glowed. A stunning indigo throw indicated the stage and Saidu and his students and our dance teachers exploded into rhythms. They called the children to dance, the men to dance and the women.....we rocked and clapped, delighted to be part of the evening and once on our feet no one hurried to sit down, we continue to pulse and stretch to ...
... and freshness. I fell to conversation with another German walker on the bus home, he suggested the coast walk from the lighthouse, looping up to the 221 if you're able to find your way through. Nice thought. I'm really pleased with all the routes I've explored and Tommy, the Scot who cut my hair, couldn't come up with anywhere I'd obviously missed. I'd like to sketch the twisted olives that are being cut back in the valley.....and I do need to get going with the ...