This past summer we made a killer list of all those favourite things we used to do.
It seems that with all the information circulating as to how this virus spreads, cyclists seem to tick a lot of those boxes, so why no masks? And why are they allowed to travel so freely around the island? Perhaps something the government needs to address?
Admittedly, every aspect of our lives has changed irrefutably, and we all yearn for a miracle return to how things were before.
I love Majorca wholeheartedly. To me, the island has always been like a naughty child that is constantly full of surprises.
Variadas are considered the queen of tapas by many here on the island.
This time last year, our village of Mancor de la Vall was also enjoying its boisterous San Joan Fiesta...
My ultimate star in lockdown has got to be the most ‘to die for’ gingernuts, which I now make, following a recipe I’ve had for 25 years and never got round to baking before.
Some people really don’t seem to get that 2 metres is NOT 2 feet! And certainly NEVER two inches!
The Majorcans certainly know a thing or two about organizing a trip to the beach, and how to really enjoy themselves.