We baked, a lot!
Our weekly contributor, Frank Leavers, talks about the easing of the current lockdown.
The bar owner says that he hadn't closed because there was an "authority" on the premises.
“Remember that these 10,000 tourists could have gone elsewhere, they elected to come here..”
Wandering around areas of Palma that used to be bustling with vibrant businesses it is quite apparent that some of our well known and much-loved restaurants and bars will not be opening again.
Diane Hughes grew up in Stepney Green and then moved to Brentwood. She has lived in Majorca for a decade.
For better health, Majorca’s the best fit
But all the equipment in the world can’t provide the motivation and engagement that comes with face-to-face coaching and group training.
These developing artists and craftspeople certainly took a step towards a fulfilling hobby or even a new career.
I spoke to some established artists on the island about their creations over the past months.