Finca Es Rafal Roig

Address: Carretera Manacor-Can Picafort (Colonia) km 8.2, Manacor, Majorca, Balearic Islands, 07500, Spain and Canary Islands | Ranch
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This ranch is located on Carretera Manacor-Can Picafort (Colonia) km 8.2, Manacor.
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Travel Blogs from Manacor

Palma de Mallorca

A travel blog entry by goneosagain on Jun 17, 2015

1 comment, 7 photos

Geoff and I are slowly adjusting to Spanish time with late lunches and dinners and the obligatory rest in the middle of the day. This pace of life suits us and we are enjoying the relaxing lifestyle. Today our excellent tour guide and her able assistant (Irene and Horst) took us to the capital of Majorca which is Palma. Palma is about an hours drive away on the south west coast. We have been impressed by the excellent road system on ...

To Carcaixent

A travel blog entry by papadiego on Jul 14, 2013

6 photos

... tour.
A bunch of little European cars gathered in the tiny cobblestone square to check in with our tour guides, then, in a caravan, we drove another twenty minutes up a steep and very winding road to the river. Rafa translated the most important intructions for us again since our guide was speaking in rapid-fire Valenciano and Spanish and river slang, and the other adventurers, mostly twenty and thirty-year-old couples were laughing and ...

Albufera national park

A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Aug 25, 2012

13 photos

... that kicked us off a little down the road and gestured us to stay put. 10 minutes later another bus came by who let us on without bothering to look at our tickets.

We then got to El Palmar which was our stop and stood up, but the driver didn't stop and was chatting something in Spanish about the next place. So we thought perhaps we were supposed to wait till the next stop. But then about 2km down ...

Of Burglars and Supermarkets....

A travel blog entry by zento on Oct 19, 2006

8 photos

This morning we all decided we weren't going to take things so seriously. We had already gone through the worst part: finding out we had been robbed and all the hassles that came after that. Now we just had to accept it and deal with the rest of the must-do's, such as calling Visa International for an emergency card. And Pat had to go to the National Police to see if she'd be able to get out of the country without a passport. So most of the morning was spent ...

The last breath

A travel blog entry by renard on Oct 05, 2006

1 comment, 10 photos

So let us make it deep! Woke up at seven and spent the whole day traveling: bus to Praha's airport; delayed plane to Barcelona; crossing the city by bus; train to Valencia; another train to Algemesí. Arriving at 22h I was obviously very tired, but I came to visit Juanjo (who was my first guest in hospitality club), and if you have ever met Juanjo you know that being tired means ...