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Month: August 2010

Weather Vane

Abraham Cresques and his son Jehuda Cresques are two eminent cartographers of maritime maps and portolan charts from the 14th century. Their most famous single work may well be the […]
Weather Vane

Pasodoble

Music plays a vital part in Spanish life. The temperament of Flamenco, the passion of Duende being played on the acoustic guitar, the Celtic music of Galicia with its bagpipe, […]
Pasodoble

Nitxdelart

A centuries old tradition has it that Felanitx cultivates a nice relationship with art and music. Think of artists such as Guillem Sagrera during the middle ages (1380-1456) or Miquel […]
Nitxdelart

Balconing

For a few years now, Mallorca has had an astonishing tradition of serious accidents, including several mortal cases, all involving young tourists and falls from hotel balconies from great heights. […]
Balconing

Betrothed

Mallorca has long been a popular place to celebrate despedidas de soltero (stag nights or hen nights). The island is now also increasingly becoming a choice place for wedding ceremonies. […]
Betrothed