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Cala Gran

Cala d’Or used to be quite a prestigious holiday resort during the Fifties and Sixties when celebrities like Frank Sinatra or Farah Diba were amongst its visitors. Today the place […]
Cala Gran

Seeing The Sights

Only nine days have passed since the Palmanova bombing. Everything seems back to normal. Whilst there was police presence everywhere on Mallorca’s roads in the immediate aftermath of the horrific […]
Seeing The Sights

Out Of Business

This week, Mallorca is enjoying one of the busiest weeks of this year’s temporada alta (high season). The tourist season 2009 does not seem all that bad for Mallorca considering […]
Out Of Business

Cruz Roja

The International Red Cross is a wonderful operation. I have never had a calamity where I would have been in need of their assistance, but it is a good feeling […]
Cruz Roja

Spring Cleaning

Today is the third Sunday of Cuaresma. Now there are just over three more weeks left till Easter. I’m mentioning these religious holidays because Easter traditionally marks the start of […]
Spring Cleaning

Cruising the Med

Most visitors to Mallorca arrive by plane, as we all know. However, between January and September of this year, more than 800,000 visitors arrived on board cruise liners. That’s quite […]
Cruising the Med