Protur Palmeras Playa
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
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... a hard day. Just in case we became complacent another F6 storm hit us aswe entered Colom in the dark -probabley the hardest entry I have ever made and was pleased to have old John to guide us to safety. More about this trip tomorrow when we have dried out - happy days!!!
- winds were not good today to get to either ends of Monorca, tomorrow should be different so I'm setting off at 0300 heading towards Cuitadella, lets see what happens.
- night night.
Called into Porto Petro cos it was here and I wanted to have an early finish as, as usual stuff was just thrown onto the boat and needs sorting before it gets dark.
Left Palma after a little help from Nat and Oli, (Oli thats not how to leave the dock) at about 1130 called into here about 1800 not sure how far it was but did about 7 knots for 3 hours and 9 to 12 since, a real ...
... place and so atmospheric with the Sunday markets on. The place was a buzz with locals and tourists. Great musicians playing in many of the streets.
Went up to the top of Calgari (we didn't do the 365 stairs on the way up) – great views. Another attraction of Pollenca old town is the church – this was really amazing. Once we've edited the movies I'll attached them to the ...
we explored. Later we snorkeled in one of them – really good.
Having enjoyed our dip we decided we were in no hurry to move to the next anchorage so just sat back – took the occasional dip to cool down.
Tuesday 21 July
Explored further the coastline looking at the various anchorages that are available. Sad
to say some of them have been buoyed for the high season which is a real shame as the buoys are generally ...