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... inspired us to learn more when we eventually get home. Hoy es Martes - today is Tuesday.
On our final day we took a boat trip on a glass bottomed cat (although Alex said he couldn't see anything through it) and admired the coastline with it's jagged cliffs, pirate caves, and sunny bays. We stopped at Cala Romantica, a small beach with amazingly clear water (almost as good as Fiji…almost but not quite...) and spent an hour or so swimming and ...
... after a quick nap we went down to the beach and a man with a wheel barrel full of ice and fresh fruit was my first stop, he cut up beautiful fresh coconut, pineapple & watermelon. It is mostly families and couples in this part of Mallorca so nice & relaxed. After soaking up the sun we hired a giant paddle boat and went out on the water - the boys peddling and Zarah and I sunbathing on ...
... impressive new marina by designer Philippe Starck.
Lunch was amazing! We ordered 3 types of paella - the black squid ink, fish and shellfish. Starters were fried baby squid, pimientos de padron and galician octopus. This was all accompanied by refreshing (but potent) glasses of icy cold sangria. Try as we did, all 11 of us could ...
... port but unfortunately, we would have had to wait another 20 minutes before they opened to the public. The prawns looked delicious.
Lunch was at a restaurant called Marisqueria Galicia. We all shared several entrees (pimientos di padrone, fried baby squid, squid rings, a tomato and onion salad, galician style pulpo (octopus) and a fish platter). It was all very tasty with ...
... we saw a hotel whose name I recognized from my search of hotels. We went in and finally found someone who spoke English and gave us good directions. (I asked about vacancy, in case we never found our place, it was very expensive - over 300 euros a night.) We had actually passed the road on our way into Pollenca. The numbers on the address weren't house numbers but road markers! When we got there we turned down this little path that doesn’t even look like a road. We had to do a ...
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