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Bionic Bilinguals!

You may be surprised to know that before the 1960s, researchers thought children learning other languages lead to them being handicapped: bilingual children reacted slower in some language tests leading to the conclusion that it wasn’t helpful for them to learn two languages. These days we know differently, and if …

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Stew of the Month – Magda Kedzierska

How did your yachting career first begin? To be honest I was always against working in yachting! I used to work as a waitress and bartender in Palma, and my impression of yachties was that they spend too much money on alcohol! Then I decided to do my yoga teacher …

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Brandy

Winter holidays and strong drinks seem to have always been an appealing match for many.     The cold weather definitely plays an important role in our choices however I believe we all look for something that won’t simply warm us up and let us forget why we were out in the …

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Come to the fair

  We’re into the Autumn fair season in Mallorca: every weekend somewhere around the island you will find a mushroom festival, an olive oil tasting, a celebration of fish, a cornucopia of cakes, you get the idea. If you’re not leaving for the Caribbean and you’re sticking around in Mallorca …

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Stew of the Month – Gil Delos Santos

How did your yachting career first begin? I shifted from cruise ships to yachting to have more liberty.   What did you do before yachting? After getting a bachelors degree in Hospitality, I mainly helped my parents run our small hotel business in the Philippines, until I got the opportunity …

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From Ship to Shore

Every month I interview someone who has made the transition from working and living on a yacht to a land-based life. This month I spoke with Abby Sansgster, who now runs a beauty salon in New Zealand. Having worked on Cruise Ships for 2 years as a Beauty Therapist, it …

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Sake…..what’s it all about?

Sake, often called rice-wine given its similarities with wine, is a beverage fermented from rice. Unfortunately many consumers have been misled by Asian distilled products served by many establishments in the past decades. Sake is in fact not a wine, a spirit, nor a beer but a unique beverage from …

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ASIAN INSPIRATION COOKING

  Thai showcooking dinner event on 5th November Thai workshop with dinner on 12th November 19th and 26th morning with lunch and afternoon with dinner, Contact Natalie at Asian Inspiration Cooking on 691995888….

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Galley Goddess

  A young Korean couple are lying in bed when the guys starts farting incessantly. ….¨That’s disgusting!¨the girl complains. ¨It’s the dog¨ proclaims the guy. ¨Don’t blame him¨ she replies, ¨he was cooked perfectly¨. Boom Boom… that’s the end of the joke, not naughty old tyrant, Kim up to his …

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From Ship to Shore

Every month I interview someone who has made the transition from working and living on a yacht to a land-based life. This month I spoke with Anna Sinclair, who has set up her own personal training business in London.   How long did you work in yachting? Can you tell …

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