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In only three days we certainly didn't get time to see everything the island had to offer but what we did see very much impressed us. We also very much enjoyed the food and the wine and the hospitality of the island. The farm where we stayed was run by a family who were very friendly and kind. Although it was sometimes difficult to communicate it was clear the sentiment was there. The breakfasts on the terrace were lovely and featured interesting ...
... of delicious cervezas while at the seaside with family – really can’t beat it!
It was lovely to spend a day by the sea with Stephen and see Porto Cristo on the east coast of the island – fun and relaxing from beginning to end. Stephen’s flat is right by the beach (beautiful and sandy) and we enjoyed lazing around for most of the day. Susan treated us all to a humongous Spanish lunch in a ...
... monastery and admired the craftsmanship of the church before leaving for dinner. Dad and I got crepes (very good) and an amazing dessert (even better). We finally got home at around 10 PM before going to bed almost immediately.
Well…Mallorca is gorgeous. Susan and Vicky (and Marc!) showed us around the northwest coast today as we visited a few locations in the mountains that line the Mediterranean Sea on this side ...
... down someone behind her, she was politely interrupted, extricated herself and let him pay for our delinquent boarding passes and the extra bag. (Fine. 77 euros.)
Back at the other counter, we had two bags on the conveyor belt waiting to be tagged and sent to the plane. RyanAir Counter Lady #3 picks one and tags it and sends it off - it's a smallish duffle bag with mostly Ben's clothes in it. Then, since Sean hasn't returned - and about 23 seconds ...
Beautiful fairytale day. Patrick and Celtie had kept the location a secret from everyone and as we turned in on the coach and saw the Sa Torre Chapel everyone gasped. So many of their friends had come and it was lovely to see the Kings Worthy crew - Jonnie, Bobby, Ronan, Russell, Danny and Nicki. So very proud of them both.