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February Restaurant Review – Xoriguer

Restaurante Xoriguer has been our favourite Palma Restaurant for the past 6 years, and I make no apology for admitting this from the outset. Although Xoriguer is owned and run by a local Mallorquin, Guillermo Miro Mestre,( who is also the charming maître d), and his business partner, Hernan Campos, …

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Revolutionary Technology to watch out for in 2016

You need to clear your holiday head and concentrate on these two new revolutionary technologies, as they are guaranteed to have a significant impact on all of us before the end of the decade! The first you may not have heard of yet, and the second I have mentioned before …

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Justin Chisholm – Happy New Year

  2016 looks set to be a bumper year on the international racing scene with three of our sport’s highest profile franchises – the America’s Cup World Series, the Olympic Games and the Vendee Globe Race – all taking place over the next 12 months. Plus, there is plenty of …

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Peter the Painter Obituary

“Never let the truth get in the way of a good story”. Anyone who knew Peter Allan, Pinmar’s founder who died at his home in Mexico on 3 November at the age of 71, will recognise one of his favourite sayings. Fortunately, in Peter’s case, his story needs no exaggeration …

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The Balearic Islands – Hope for the Mediterranean

Asociación Ondine-in collaboration with Mission Blue and the Sylvia Earle Alliance-are very proud to announce the Balearic Islands as the first “Mission Blue Hope Spot” in the Mediterranean.   Hope Spots are special places that are critical to the health of the ocean—Earth‘s blue heart. Some of these Hope Spots are …

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Perfect Christmas Gift

Ranger To Rainbow: The J Class Yachts A perfect Christmas present and a good read. The book ‘Ranger to Rainbow’ covers the rebirth of the J Class from the late 1990s and includes a short history of these iconic yachts from their origins in the 1930s. It offers an insight …

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The Seabin Project

Taking a walk along beach is something most of us enjoy, regardless of the weather. But whether you’re on a deserted island or a holiday resort in the Costas, if you take a good look around you’ll see just how much garbage litters the sand and the sea. Plastic bags …

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5 Best Sailing Holiday Destinations in the Mediterranean

The Mediterranean boasts an exquisite coastline filled with wonderful hidden bays and secluded beaches only accessible by boat. Antlos, a new startup functioning as the Airbnb of boat holidays, shares an insider’s guide to the top five Mediterranean destinations to visit next season.   Venice, Italy Known to many as …

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