Island Adventures Part I

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Five days after I arrived in Spain, I took off to the Balearic islands, to visit my aunt, that lives there. I’ve been planning that trip for ages but somehow there was always something coming up on my way and I couldn’t go to the lovely island of Mallorca, I like to call-little piece of paradise. I spent there 15 amazing days, really relaxed and prepared myself for the studying year that I a about to start. I also wanted to use the time to practise a bit my Spanish. To be honest, I didn’t really practice my language skills, but I visited some amazing, beautiful places, that I will definitely remember and hope visit again.

The first few days I spent in a small town called Inca, somewhere in the middle of the island.

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The weather was bad, bud the town looked so fresh and green after the rain. I love it.

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Those pictures are from a place called Sa Caloba. The view was breathtaking. We had lunch in a roadside restaurant and headed to a small town called Soller. It’s a touristic destination, not too busy and really cute, with a tiny beach but again really beautiful views.

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A good thing about the island is that it’s really small and if you have a car, every city, mountain, beach or touristic attraction is within minutes. The way back home took us no more than 20 minutes.

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To be continued…

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