With our balloons you will have fascinating views over one of the most beautiful landscapes of the Mediterranean area. We are pleased to offer you an unforgettable and really romantic adventure on our nice island Majorca!- Fleet of high technology standard and professional pilots team- 30 years experience and international success- Spanish champion in ballooning 2009
Experience new sensations at sea and discover the beauty of the natural park in the North-East of Majorca while enjoying the tranquility that only a sailboat can offer in the waters of the Mediterranean.The sailing trip starts from Cala Ratjada. This location is located in the North of Majorca and the itinerary is designed to allow all participants to travel along countless coves in the Capdepera and Arta area while cruising and experiencing a new perspective on this island.After departing from the port of Cala Ratjadas, this sailing trip in Mallorca starts towards the natural park and the peninsula "Cap de Freu". After exploring hidden landscapes, the unspoiled coastline, clean white sand beaches and crystal clear waters, the captain guides the participants to his favorite anchorage to allow the participants to swim while lunch with meat, fish, pasta and fruit gets prepared. Drinks such as soft drinks, beer, sangria, white wine, sparkling wine and coffee are included in the price.
Discover in a Jeep the island of Majorca and its culture.With our 4-person vehicles you will have the opportunity to drive or get carried away and enjoy the landscape of Mallorca while your guide shows you the real essence of the island. We offer you a tour to explore mountains, beaches, ports, villages and secondary roads of Mallorca, which do not appear in tourist maps. We will stop in an impressive cove with crystal clear waters, where you will have time to take a bath and enjoy diving with our snorkel equipment, at your disposal for free. We will continue the route to a small village where we will have a typical lunch, included in the price. Our last stop will be in a well-preserved castle located 475 meters above sea level, where we will enjoy beautiful panoramic views of the South East coast of the island.A pleasant and unique experience in Mallorca!
Dorothy Gilman, famous for her best-selling Mrs. Pollifax mysteries, crafts a novel pulsing with international intrigue and psychological drama. Uncertain Voyage is certain to hold you spellbound with its tale of a timid young American woman who finds herself in situations that would test anyone’s courage. Melissa Aubrey is touring Europe alone as part of her quest to establish her self-reliance. Still recovering from a nervous breakdown brought on by a disastrous marriage, Melissa is fragile, to say the least. When one of her fellow travelers makes an urgent plea that she deliver a small package to an address in Majorca, Melissa is thrown into a dizzying whirlwind of romance, mystery, and danger. Narrator Alyssa Bresnahan’s elegant, expressive voice evokes the artistic young heroine’s changing states of mind. With her performance you will experience the thrill of adventure in foreign lands right alongside Melissa. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Alyssa Bresnahan. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/reco/005995/bk_reco_005995_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Peter the Great was the King of Aragon (as Peter III) of Valencia and of Majorca (as Peter I), and Count of Barcelona (as Peter II) from 1276 to his death. He conquered Sicily and became its king in 1282. He was one of the greatest of medieval Aragonese monarchs. Peter was the eldest son of James I of Aragon and his second wife Yolanda of Hungary. On 13 June 1262, he married Constance, daughter and heiress of Manfred of Sicily. During his youth and early adulthood, Peter gained a great deal of military experience in his father''s wars of the Reconquista against the Moors. On James'' death, the lands of the Crown of Aragon were divided, with Aragon and Valencia, along with the Catalan counties, going to the eldest son, Peter, while the Balearic Islands (constituted as the Kingdom of Majorca), alongside the territories in the Languedoc, went to the second son, James.
Regina Lahner renders education-programs, courses, workshops and meditations with Singing Bowls since 2007. Her first book (German, 2012) "Sound Massage With Singing Bowls Easy Done" appeared in English in 2016."Meditation Made Easy With Singing Bowls" contains 17 proven texts for the instant use - realistic, practical, professional.In our hectic day-by-day life, relaxation becomes more and more relevant. Is there a meditation or sense-journey, supplemented with Singing Bowl sounds, especially a novice will find adequate relaxation easily and quickly. The 17 imaginative texts guide you in your thoughts through the four seasons, onto a South Sea island, to the almond-season in Majorca, into a fishermen's village at the Mediterranean, into the Provence and Tuscany. You'll learn the power of the Moon, fuel up yourself with fresh energy, you'll experience easiness and relaxation and in the shooting-star meditation you even can wish something.The application-ready texts are suitable for youths, adults, as well as individual- and group-work. Let yourself get surprised! Regina Lahner'Meditation Made Easy With Singing Bowls'Proven TextsInstantly and Easily ApplicableFor Individual- and Group-Work
What is 'Hispanic Studies'? This companion gives a concise and accessible overview of the discipline as taught today and suggests new directions for future developments. 'Hispanic Studies' is broadly concerned with the languages and cultures of the vast 'Hispanic' world, extending chronologically from Roman Hispania to today, and geographically from California in the North to Patagonia in the South, and from Majorca in the East to the Andes in the West. This essential book provides all the necessary introductory information on the subject and will be especially useful for students who have already started courses in Spanish / Hispanic Studies, or who are considering doing so in the future. Written by a team of leading scholars each with established teaching experience this collection of short essays explores topics as diverse as the history of the Spanish language, Islamic Andalusia, race and class in the Spanish Golden Age, Catalan nationalism, the Madrid 'movida,' Latin America cinema, tango in Argentina, Evita Peron, 'testimonio' and the cultural significance of the US-Mexican border.
What is 'Hispanic Studies'? This companion gives a concise and accessible overview of the discipline as taught today and suggests new directions for future developments. 'Hispanic Studies' is broadly concerned with the languages and cultures of the vast 'Hispanic' world, extending chronologically from Roman Hispania to today, and geographically from Roman Hispania to today, and geographically from California in the North to Patagonia in the South, and from Majorca in the East to the Andes in the West. This essential book provides all the necessary introductory information on the subject and will be especially useful for students who have already started courses in Spanish / Hispanic Studies, or who are considering doing so in the future. Written by a team of leading scholars each with established teaching experience this collection of short essays explores topics as diverse as the history of the Spanish language, Islamic Andalusia, race and class in the Spanish Golden Age, Catalan nationalism, the Madrid 'movida', Latin America cinema, tango in Argentina, Evita Per n, 'testimonio' and the cultural significance of the US-Mexican border. The emphasis is on literature and texts, including film and photography. In addition, the book includes time-lines, summary boxes adn suggestions for further reading.
Lucia Graves, daughter of the poet Robert Graves and his wife Beryl, grew up in the beautiful village of Deia on the island of Majorca. Neither Spanish nor Catholic by birth, she nevertheless absorbed the different traditions of Spain and felt the full impact of Franco's dictatorship through the experience of her education. Lucia found herself continually bridging the gaps between Catalan, Spanish and English, as she picked up the patterns and nuances that contain the essence of each culture. Portraying her life as a child watching the hills lit up by bonfires on Good Friday, or, years later, walking through the haunting backstreets of the Jewish quarter of Girona, this is a captivating personal memoir which provides a first-hand account of Catalonia, where Lucia lived and raised a family. It is also a unique and perceptive appraisal of a country burdened by tradition yet coming to terms with political change as the decades moved on.