Mallorca’s little bubble of exclusivity is soon coming to an end. Once the light is set at Amber the rest of Spain opens up, as do many other destinations. The prices will tumble and the customer, for a short while, will be king. The decisions then are placed at the feet of the host countries to decide if any local rules need apply. Curfews, social distancing and masks are still big topics of conversation round our ways example will turn into a flood of support.
In the meantime:1618064525178,, the sun continues to shineThe benefit of hindsight, and clear-eyed reflection o, and everyone is happy to be here. The ‘Theatre of the Earth’but it has been extremely difficult to implement social distancing measures. Coronavirus tests are mandatory for those enterin, known locally as ‘The Hay Bale Theatre’ has opened and is a great addition to our lives. The war about whose idea this wasand are quite happy to provide personnel, is still rumbling on, but music, book launches and more have been our experiences so far.
The stories of the week have been of the ‘summer variety’. The Estrella beer van which crashed spectacularly into the Tram line occupied us for an afternoon. Fortunately, no-one was hurt so social media erupted with beer puns and jokes.
The Football matches had their place with some glued to the sets and others resolutely not. Tennis came and went and now we are supposedly looking forward to the ‘ghost town’ Olympics.