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I brought my climbing shoes on this trip, but I am quite a wimp when it comes to cold waters (which by my standards was quite cold). I actually get purply-blue when the water is like 65 degrees, so I was totally fine being the cameraman.
We also drove out to do some exploring and hiking in the Parc Natural de Mondrago.
There were four little easy hikes which brought ...
During the night the ship changed course for Mallorca in order to carry out a medical evacuation of a passenger. No word just rumours of the condition of the passenger evacuated. A nice day but a bit blowy so deck quoits and shuffleboard comps were cancelled since they take place on the top deck of Adonia. Therefore we spent a relaxing day around the ship. Dress code for tonight's dinner is Black & White night. ...
... here to run away from the bull. Oh, is that not the name of the game? Fight the bull, to see who can get out first? Well, silly tourist. They have a pearl store across the way (I guess this island is big on pearls?) I take a walk through but it is your typical sell to tourist (and gaudy) stuff.
We get back on the bus and end our tour down in the city center by the Gothic cathedral. We really don't have enough time to go in the ...
... time! After some deliberation we decided from day one to choose a drinks package from one of the three on offer. On Norwegian we had bought a wine package but any bar drinks and coffees we bought separately. They did offer Happy hours which do not exist on MSC. The package we chose is €23 a day each and includes wine by the glass from a selection of 2 whites, 2 reds a rose and two sparklings. In addition most of the cocktails and spirits are included as well ...
Settling in to a school night routine…with Spanish bedtimes
The boys’ school day is long – they leave at 8:50 and come in the door at 5:15, and may start to come in later with some new things starting this week (tennis, robotics). With the late lunch and significant homework (some that takes longer because of language challenges) we’ve adopted both the later Spanish dinner (9ish for us) and ...