Son Brull Hotel and Spa
- Minbar in room
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Reduced mobility rooms
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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 ...
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 ...
... in the Olive press, a chapel in a cupboard and a hidden kitchen. Untouched, unvisited and preserved in the past. Beautiful. The train swept East to Sineu and cheery Pat kindly met me and we bobbed out to the 'ut. In progress for the last 10 years the old cottage is still evident, with a modern tack on. The interior a cross between ...
Mediterranean robins have bright red tails rather than rosy breasts. I had the company of two friendly birds as I tore bemudan grass out of the ground today, tugging long lengths that ripped at my hands and snapped. I've moved to my second placement, to a town called Alaro. Sarah, Jason and Anna (13 yrs old on Sunday) have been based on the island for 20 years. I had an immensely content morning clearing and weeding carefully amongst the leeks. "It's wet, then it's ...
... Nicholson (Rolce Royce) of boats. Built shortly after the First World War and named after the boat in the iconic Conrad book of the era, she is a capable racer but primarily a gentleman's pleasure boat. Fitted out with the highest quality of French polished mahogany interior, wall to wall panelling , disguised cupboards, pullouts to lay clothes on, wash basin, with leather cover. Cut glass light shades glow and gas lamps are umbrellaed with small brass hoods to ...