Las Palmeras Apartments
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There are times when you are landing at an airport, or when taking in the place during those first few miles of driving in your hire car that you think "this has a nice feel" - Menorca was one of those places. Flying in it seemed green and lush (and being a small island that should be expected), the roads were well maintained and lined with dry stone walls - if there were some potholes and some rain you could possibly almost have been at home as there is a certain British ...
... 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 ...
An early morning to get on the bus at 7:25am heading to Barcelona airport. After a maccas breakfast we boarded the plane for Menorca. The taxi dropped us at our hotel and we headed for lunch as the room wasn't ready. An hour later we took our bags to our room then met all of our new tour friends and went to a local waterhole for a swim. Back ...
We wake to clear blue skies, and it's lovely and warm as we walk up to the bus station for the final time. We catch the 09.45 bus for the ten minute ride to the airport. Menorca has been great and we buy a book on walks around the island, The Cami de Cavalls. ...
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, ...