|let`s go there|
The last 2 weeks were in contrast to the first 2 weeks not so wet. No more DWS. After Caine left I went to Daniel, a friend form Aachen, who lives together with a friend Philip close to Palma in a little village called Deia for one year and who works for the university of Palma. Not so wrong I guess (except the pay).
So I lived there for a time. My mattress on the floor... new home... so easy... so good.
Overday I went on some hiking trips with Jana, a friend of Daniel, close to Deia to see the island not only from a car or from a cliff down at the water. There are plenty of posibilities to hike on the island. Long hikes, flat hikes, straight hikes, up and down hikes... At night I sat on the couch watching movies with Philip. Thanks to both.... and thanks to Jana for not killing me with her driving skills ;)
|Michael Douglas donkey|
Finding the boulders is even more hard, because you don`t have a map. The only guidebook we had sucks and we never met other climbers. What is kind of good. Thanks to Daniel and Philip
But David had some local contacts. We went with them to areas that are not written down in the guidebooks. So much rock and the quality of the rock, surrounding and climbing was really good. So much routes that I decided just to try every route onsight and then walk to the next. On some days David did the same on another level and if not he climbed the routes pretty quick and it is really impressive how easy an 8b+ seems to be.
|80 meter rope is to short|
|view for the belayer|
We felt really welcome. We could sleep in at Christians (really strong local climber here and some years ago in "el chorro") house, they cooked for us (I automaticaly like poeple who cook for me!), David and me could take showers and I slept in a bed again since 1 of July (strange feeling)
Thanks to Christian, Barbie, little Cris, Forti, Palanka and of course the other climbers who show us around, gave us informations and made us feel welcome!
|STOP... coffee time!|
|with great power comes great responsibility|