Apartamentos Las Brisas I & II
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... one with view of farm and courtyard, the other with steps descending to the gardens. The other delight was finding a chapel within the lower parts of the house, which has its own deity of Mother Mary holding her baby Jesus. Katja, who had looked all around but had had somehow bypassed the chapel joined us looking in there. This was her last day and she was due to return to Majorca from where she has started her journey. We roamed the gardens, majestic and abandoned, a broken ...
... and she wasn't there but another chemist lady was and she endeavoured to scratch out the head of the tick that maybe remained, as there was a black dot on my skin, though she found nothing. She squirted me with antiseptic, on both the tick and cat bites, and gave me an antibiotic cream to rub on three times a day. She knew not of any Lyme disease on the island but was aware ticks can give infections. And she said if all was not improving by tomorrow to go to a doctor and get ...
... which disregarding some measure of tourism development was such a lovely sandy cove with inviting looking waters. We ate ice-creams at a cafe overlooking the beach and so our day drew to an end.
It was later, settling into bed, that I spotted something black on my leg, small and round, and pulling it off which was quite tough to do I discovered it to be a wriggling little tick. Hopefully it hadn't been in there long.
... quirky streets. Many of these streets were so small you could touch each side with less than outstretched arms.
So our European diversion draws to a close as we fly back to the UK and after landing at Manchester we will be headed to Blackpool. This all seemed like a good idea at the time but at least we have been used to getting fish and chips or a full English breakfast during our time in Spain so hopefully all will be fine in the northwest tourist resort.
... Spanish omelette with unlimited sangria...!! Although I think I only managed two glasses (honestly!). The island is uninhabited, except for thousands of small lizards, who were very welcoming! It was lots of fun trying to help John get over his fears, and it was useful to have our own "dragon-handler" (Andrea) on hand. We only had an hour to spend on the island, and after a short walk, the others went for a swim. However, I thought there was something ...