Heading into the mountains and the clouds; back to Boat Radio HQ from Palma de Mallorca.
Los Tres Reyes Magos. Usual stuff down the road from Boat Radio HQ
Firewood delivered three minutes early at Boat Radio HQ in the mountains of northern Mallorca, according to this awesome wristwatch courtesy of our new advertiser, Vincero. #livevincero
Hold on - that's not right.
A snowstorm in the mountains of Mallorca this morning.
Sunday shenanigans near Boat Radio HQ. Despite what you see, it is NOT woolly hat weather.
Heading towards Moll Vell superyacht marina through Palma's wonderful Christmas lights.
Blue skies over the island today.
This farmhouse, looking over Boat Radio HQ, sits at around 1000 metres above sea level. The views of the Mediterranean are breathtaking. Another glorious day on Mallorca's north coast.
A traditional llaut (pronounced 'yowt') heading out for an evening of fishing off the north coast of Mallorca. There are thousands of these little boats in the Balearic Islands. They're not fancy but they are eminently seaworthy.
A quiet day down at Boat Radio's local port.
A warm but cloudy day in the port.
The Boat Radio jeep (white) in good company at the Taller Sant Jaume with the inimitable Tolo Palou.
The official Boat Radio fairy.
Winter warmer pumpkin and spinach soup, served in the pumkins with giant Christmas tree croutons. Check it out, Piers!
High in the Tramuntanas this afternoon. Proper adventure.
Look at the colour of the sky!
Winter fuel delivery at Boat Radio HQ. Even though it's 25 degrees and bright sunshine.