Ses Puntetes Hotel
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I pulled on thick protective trousers, zipped up the back, my hot black anorak, the straps and thick chainsawing gloves...brush cutting here we come. I love the repetitive swing of the machine, it's high pitched whine and the satisfaction of felling triffids! Aubons (porrasa) are about 4' high. A strong fleshy stalks sprout from long green leaves and explode with white flowers. The dried stems can be used to create ...
... 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 ...
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 ...
... scurried back towards the castle in search of his 'woman' (who may well have made her escape on the bus whilst her crazed husband hunted for yet another sacred cave)! Seba knew the landscape and we first found a vent hole which looked down into the cave and then the entrance. Stooping low and straddling a puddle we emerged in the side of the cave. It's well worn by visitors and floored with thick sheep dung but the view spreading out of the gaping hole in the side ...
... of a rope and protection or without anyone else's aid, and because you are climbing on rocks that are in waters deep enough to fall into it's called deep water soloing:)
You climb as far up as you want and drop into the ocean below to get down. Or if you happen to slip, you will also fall into the deep waters below:)
Each morning, we ate a lovely hot breakfast of eggs, bacon, sausage, ...