Apartamentos Bahia Park
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... the place. Maybe this just stems from the time that we owned the island in the 18th Century?
Menorca is definitely a holiday island, it is much smaller than its neighbour, Majorca, seems far less developed and where this has taken place the villas or hotels seem to be on a much smaller, or higher quality scale. This might just be a 'rose tinted spectacles' view but it seems a pleasant place to spend some time and maybe with us being out of the main ...
... everyone jumped from the water. The canoes arrived and everyone jumped in and paddled around the island. First stop was at a cliff with tee jumps. After a few people jumped, Chloe and Lauren also thought it would be a good idea. Upon getting to the top, it looked ALOT higher then in the water. Chloe made Lauren jump first who awkwardly turned in the air and landed on her bum....yes she ...
... room we freshened up and went to am organised dinner....3 courses of amazing food but **** wine. We then all boarded a bus for an hour bus ride to Cova D'en Xoroi, a nightclub in a cave on the side of a cliff....view was amazing. Majority of people had had huge days and weren't really into it, but we did our best and got the bus home at ...
... already walked a couple of these generally coastal tracks and it would be great to do the rest at some point. At least with the help of this book we can now plan this properly! Fly back into Leeds-Bradford where the weather is cold and wet. Welcome back to the ...
A welcome late start as the bus doesn't leave for Sant Tomas, a small town on the coast in the south of the island, until 12.15. The 10km walk starts with a kilometre along the sandy beaches which look stunning iwith blue sky and turquoise sea. It's a shame to leave as the walk cuts up the limestone gorge but it is equally impressive with trees, scrub, wild flowers against the white limestone. It's hot and eventually we arrive at the Cova de Coloms, ...