Ranxo ses Roques: horse riding in Majorca (I loved it!)

By Catarina Redisch in Port d'Alcúdia I'll admit it right away: whenever we're travelling (and we travel lots), I'm not entirely happy unless I can ride, at least once. You see, riding is my life. I love horses more than anything in the world. So [...]

2020-08-27T15:05:11+01:006 June 2013|Animals, Daytrip, Europe with kids, Mallorca|

Viva Bahia, a fabulous Majorca family hotel

The Viva Bahia is located on the northern coast of Majorca, just steps away from a lovely beach, Playa Muro, in the Bay of Alcudia. This is a large hotel, more a resort really, and we were there for only three days, not nearly enough [...]

Hello again, Majorca

Next week, I'm off to visit Majorca. That's a sentence I haven't said in many years. The name Majorca (or Mallorca) conjures up to Northern Europeans what I imagine the name Acapulco does to Americans: package holidays, pig roasts, loud pop music blasting from shops [...]

A spring morning in Munich with kids

I've been meaning to write a practical post on travelling with children, focusing on long inter-continental flights especially. It's on my to-do list. But not today. However, I'll share one of my tips now: wear them out. Worn-out kids, you see, fall asleep. Simple really. [...]

The old bridge in Mostar (Day out Dubrovnik)

This week's #frifotos* theme is symbols. What first popped into my mind was Stari Most. I think the old bridge in Mostar is one of the most powerful symbols there is: of multiculturalism, of how people of different religions can co-exist, how reconciliation can actually [...]

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