Gavimar Cala Gran Costa Del Sur Hotel & Resort
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So the last day of our holiday.. we again had breakfast downstairs at the hostel and then packed up all our bags, put on our togs, vacated our rooms and went back to the beach.
We hired more deck chairs and umbrellas and then made ourselves most at home for the day. I think the only time we left the beach was to get ice cream and George and I went for lunch at a tapas place.
I even had a ...
... of cathedrals!) We also managed to see another hand of glory and lost arc... go figure!
After the cathedral we bought tickets to the hop on hop off bus (something we usually don't do but it was too hot to walk around) and went up to Poble Espanyol which is a outdoor museum made up of different types of architecture from the region. Funnily enough we had the whole place to ourselves and I actually really enjoyed walking ...
Awoke on the boat to a loud overhead speaker telling us to get up and get off the boat- did a rushed job getting dressed and putting on make up (no time for a shower!)
We then caught a taxi from the port to our hostel where we were a bit too early to check in (was like 7am!)
So we sat on the beach down the road, took pictures, watched the sunrise, watched some early morning revellers having sex in the water... and ...
... into Old Town for dinner- I would have to say that if you insist on eating in touristy areas, you will always be disappointed... but in this case it was really all that was open as it was siesta time!
After dinner we picked up our suitcases and caught a cab out to the docks where we boarded a cruise liner for an overnight ferry to Mallorca. The crazy thing about this was that they made us board a bus in order to get onto the boat... so ...
... but we did venture off the beaten track for a day and hired ourselves a moped. Off we pootled up the coast, sunned ourselves on not 1 but 3 beaches, and found the most amazing caves I think we've ever seen. Coves d'Arta were first studied in the early 19th century, they were discovered many years before but never properly chronicled. They were formed between 100million and 65million years ago in a series of cataclysmic tectonic movements. Two great slabs of the ...