Hitting the deck in Pollença

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A few months ago – yes I’m only just writing about this now at the beginning of spring when a few months ago means at the start of winter – we went sailing (I mostly ate lunch) with the fam … Continue reading

Finding the road to Fornalutx

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It’s pronounced Fornalutch and is a beautifully preserved example of a quaint old Mallorquin town. You’ll fall in love with it and want to buy a house there, but thanks to all of the expats that have already staked a … Continue reading

An afternoon in Deià

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Deià, Mallorca is one of those adorably picturesque European towns that makes you glad to be an expat, or wish you were one. Nestled into the tramuntana mountain range and right next door to the charming town, Valldemossa, it boats … Continue reading

A little sip of Mallorca

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So one of my big brothers was visiting over the holidays and, as what’s sort of a long standing Christmas Eve tradition mandates, we hit a vineyard in Mallorca, my home away from home. Since we’re getting old, I’m breastfeeding … Continue reading

Back in Time at La Granja, Mallorca

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Ugh. My post writing delinquency knows no bounds. What’s my excuse this time? Well, I’m preggers and can barely keep my head out of the toilet long enough to breathe, let alone write something. TMI? You’re welcome. This post is … Continue reading

Day-trip to Madrid: part dos

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As I said in my previous post, Day-trip to Madrid: the prequel, hubbie and I planned a day-trip to Madrid, so I could secure an official document from the U.S. Embassy that stated that though my name had changed after … Continue reading

Next time, I’m doing my trip research

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Well, now that we’re more or less settled into Mallorca, six months later – no big deal, we decided to get back to our weekend excursions. This time we decided on Soller (pronounced like Tom Sawyer, kind of). Why? Because … Continue reading