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Revellers' Mallorca Week

Come and enjoy the delights of Mallorca at the Sea Club 

Chance to relax, swim, eat, read and celebrate.

We will be spending most of our time at the Sea Club, Cala Ratjada. It's a hacienda style, elegant family run, boutique hotel, to which I (David Bradley) have been coming to since I was a teenager. 

The typical day: we get up, have a long lazy breakfast, discussing the world and the universe. We then relax by the pool, perhaps go out for a swim in the sea. There'll be a speed boat trip at lunch to a nearby beach where fresh fish is grilled in front of us. That's followed by water-skiing or sunbathing before retreating back to the Sea Club for urgently required siesta.

Then the real day begins...

Tennis, shopping - whatever strenuous activity you prefer in the cool of early evening - before getting ready and glad ragging for an evening of cocktails, fine wine and superb cuisine, with depending on the evening, a salsa, jazz of blues band to which we'll all at some point be dancing. Then of course in the small hours, irresistible crazy thomping night club s15 mins away, where you had promised that morning to never return, but you always do when riding high at, unbeknownst to you, 3am.

About Toby Young

Toby Young is the author of How to Lose Friends & Alienate People (2001), The Sound of No Hands Clapping (2006) and What Every Parent Needs to Know (2014). In addition to being an associate editor of The Spectator, he is an associate editor of the online magazine , Quillette and an associate editor of The Critic. He is also a co-founder of several free schools. He co-hosts a weekly podcast with James Delingpole, London Calling, primarily for a US audience. He has recently launched the Free Speech Union. Visit its website at

Toby Young interviewed in car...

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