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... area over the weekend so were lucky enough to come across dozens of bikes out for a ride in the sunshine on the forever winding mountain roads. We used these roads a few times choosing to dine in the evening at Port Soller on the west coast. There was the tunnel option but we did go the long way once finding a road consisting of about 100 hairpin bends in the space of 11 kilometres, many of which were so narrow we could barely get around them when the car steering was ...
... water. We only made it to the top of our legs before we called it quits, but some people were brave enough to swim. We tanned some more before heading to some souvenir shops.
When we got back from the beach, we went to the spa for a few hours and had the chance to relax one last time on the cruise ship. We watched the boat depart from the port from the outdoor spa on the back of the cruise. It was a neat experience!
... because lunch was so ginormous. I had mussels and squid and then a burger. (Sorry Yasmin!) I got to go swimming again after lunch but not for very long. There were awesome waves in the sea and that's my favourite part. I finished my movie on the way home and I was really tired so I went to bed shortly after.
After a slight sleep in, we decided we would head to the opposite beach of the island from yesterday. We ended ...
... 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 ...