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

Cough, achooo...cough, achoooooooo....

A travel blog entry by astrix7 on May 07, 2014

... a film studio that is full of different film sets. Catarroja is an unusual place. There are 3 or 4 main streets with modern buildings which have small to medium shops on the ground level and 4 or 5 floors of apartments above them. At intervals there are boarded up gaps where developers pulled down the original building, then must have run out of money.
Crossing these main streets are dozens of smaller streets or alleyways wide enough ...

Our last days in Valencia

A travel blog entry by sweetescapes on Oct 03, 2012

5 comments, 42 photos

... was the bar. We played taboo for a while before leaving and heading to dinner. A cute pitstop before heading out for the night! We went to an arabic restaurant for dinner. We sat at an awesome table with red cushions. We were the only ones in the restaurant since it was still too early for dinner for everyone else. This insured though, excellent service :) The food was delicious and again, I tried food that I would have never tried had it not been for Juan and ...

More Family time less sightseeing

A travel blog entry by mscheibl on May 22, 2010

... meal, we had a
chocolate filled pastry type of bread which was delicious, and some coffee.
We then all drove to the beach and walked around the ports to walk off lunch
a little. When we returned, sandra, emilio, mindy, and I walked to the
local horchata bar, and bought a bucket of the fresh drink. Chufa, the plant that is used to make horchata, is locally grown in Valencia. When mixed with sugar, water, and
blended with ice it becomes ...

Dancing with Sharks

A travel blog entry by nklenske on Jun 18, 2006

51 photos

... Spanish acid, there were really sharks swimming around in an aquarium encircling the dance floor (or at least one level of one of the dance floors). But let's back up and start at the beginning. Clearly you don't just step off a plane and find yourself with a cigarette in hand dancing like a wannabe local. No, first you must get a sense of your surroundings. Then you drink. And finally, somehow, you convince yourself you are one of them. The day was ...

The spectacular fall

A travel blog entry by youngt on Feb 08, 2006

... I did not have the ability to converse in this situation, and I was acutely aware of this fact. So I stood and listened, and waited for the break to be over. It was a low moment; a realization of the large chasm separating me from social interaction. I was coming off this moment when I fell flat on my face climbing the stairs and destroying my cell phone. So all in all, it was a good morning. I took a snooze out on the benches before my ...