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Wow Mallorca, what an awesome place!!
Its difficult to think of what it didn't have to offer. What did it have to offer? Beautiful mountain and coastal scenery, fabulous food, great beaches, historical market squares and ancient architecture, quaint and quiet villages and farms, friendly people. Sure there were alot of tourists in some parts and some of the most picturesque bays were crowded beyond belief with English holidaymakers. So its not perfect by ...
... 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!
We got up early and went almost straight to the beach while I watched Wes Anderson's Fantastic Mr. Fox on the iPad for the drive. We met Stephen right before the beach. Stephen is my Dad's cousin and we don't see him that often, almost never ever. We then got to the beach and then I again swam the entire day...at least as much as they would let me. I would have swam more but whatever. We went to a yummy lunch that was huge! We decided not to ...
... a bit sunburnt. We went to a monastery called Lluc and took some pictures. There is a "silencio" area but I couldn't stay silent because I felt jittery. We had a forgettable but enjoyable dinner and got home late and I went almost straight to bed.
We started our day at Susan's with a small breakfast before heading to Valldemossa and Ben was excited because he got to the the place where Chopin briefly lived. After ...
... we don't hurry up.) We get our luggage up in the bins, and take our seats, but Benjo is upset and worried that Sean won't get on. Minutes pass while I tell him a) he will, and b) if for some crazy reason he doesn't, it will be fine - he's a big boy with a credit card in his pocket and will catch the next one. Majorca is only a 45 minute flight away.
Finally though, Sean makes it on, one of the last passengers to board before they close the doors. And epic ...