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... the ocean this time- it was beautiful clear water with little skeleton like fishes swimming around... a bit rocky on the floor in some places though- I always managed to find the rocks of course!
After heading back to the hostel to collect our bags, we caught a cab to the airport, bought some chocolates for the office, got on the plane and then we were back in London... just in time for work on ...
... to have lunch as well... backfire again... the crepes were awful and they ended up charging us €10.20 for some flat, syrupy coke... no one will let me ever choose food places again!
We then walked up to the local cathedral and George and I went inside- it was stunning and had the most beautiful stained glass windows! Katie and Kristy decided to hang around in the shade outside instead (I guess between them they have seen ...
... headed back to the rooms for a bit of a nap and then went out to dinner at the local burger diner cause Katie and Kristy had a hankering for it! I better tell this story since the girls will be upset if I don't... I didn't really feel like burgers so I did a weird mass order of chicken wings, chocolate milkshake and a brisket burger (never tried brisket before..) Anyway, the food came and I didn't like the milkshake- too malty, ...
... Anyway, we were lucky enough to have a four berth sleeper cabin which meant that we were sorted for the accommodation for the night (we originally thought we would be sleeping in chairs!)
We spent some time up on deck before and during take off and really enjoyed the difference a boat journey gave us- I mean I have taken sleeper trains in China but never a sleeper boat!
And even better- in the morning we would be in Mallorca at the beach!
... Heaven, Purgatory…you get the idea) filled with an astounding variety of stalactites and stalagmites. It is in these caves you will find the largest stalagmite (that's one that grows from the ground up) in Europe at 22m tall. The 'Queen of Pillars' is quite rare in that no stalactite hangs above to meet her half way, and whilst it looks like she's about to kiss the top of the cavern, it will take her another 5000 years to reach it.