Greed, Desperation and Betrayal in Mallorca: Part I

This week I’m going to tell you about one tourist attraction in Mallorca that got greedy, wanted too much, stabbed its loyal collaborators in the back – more than once – and then made a big fat mess, realised it did in fact need the support, and tried to backtrack to the way things were…

Best Value Gastronomic Menu In Mallorca

My experience at Celler Can Amer in Inca was of the best gastronomic menu in Mallorca. I was so impressed that I just had to share…

Beneath Mallorca’s Surface – The Cova Tancada

Did you know that this cave existed in the north of Mallorca, near Alcudia? It’s called the Cova Tancada – the closed cave – and is one of Mallorca’s real treasures and best kept secrets, with huge dramatic underground chambers that just keep opening up and seem to go on forever.

A Delicious Slice of Mallorca’s history

There is one reason and one reason only why I’ve put on so much weight this winter. QUELY BISCUITS! Well, okay, maybe there are other reasons too, like the irresistible homemade pasta every day during my backpacking trip in Tuscany… But that’s another story. No, I blame Quely (pronounced “Kelly”) Biscuits.

The Best Driving Tour of Mallorca’s Villages

I’m sure you know by now that Mallorca is much more than sun, sea and sand, but were you aware of just how quaint and beautiful some of Mallorca’s villages are? Today I’m taking you on one of the best driving tours of some of Mallorca’s most beautiful and typical villages…

Winter Activities in Photos

Every time our Winter Activities group heads out on an adventure I make a photo album and upload it to my Flickr account. That way you, I and all the members of our group can access and stay up to date with the beautiful visits that we make.

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