Hotel Ayron Park
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... now, except there's a couple of holes in the sail which we need to fix.
So after checking the weather etc., we decided that we would stay another night at this anchorage. A lot less boats from the previous night and it looks like we'll have this tributary to ourselves and the cicadas.
Thursday 23 July
Enjoying this spot alot. Stayed another day – did some more snorkeling and even saw an octopus in its own natural habitat – cool!
... and d) fill the water tanks – it would be nice to shower each evening but we need to be conservative with the fresh water especially as we like to anchor and some of the marinas even though they are allowing you to come in to take water charge you not only
for the water but some we have seen allow you stay a max of 2 hours but charge you 9E for every half hour or part there of for the privilege!
Spent most of the day finding / reserving a possible mooring which ...
... we had passed the day before.
There was a huge motor boat anchored right in the middle of the bay therefore finding a suitable spot to anchor in proved pretty tricky.
Another boat which had arrived just before us turned out to be a Danish couple we had
met last year on our travels. We last saw them in Lisbon. Had a quick chat which was nice.
Monday 13 July
We left Ibiza just as ...
... David, "It's a cup of coffee."
And that's the way the holiday has been, really.
When Elaine came down (they had done two laps of the running track, which is more than one kilometer, in broiling heat too) and we all settled into our usual sunny places, the crosswords started. Actually they have been going for a few days. Every day in the library sheets of paper with a Sudoko on one side and a Crossword Puzzle on the ...
... the big party place of Ibiza ("woo hoo" I am assured by the people at work you have to say "woo hoo" whenever you mention Ibiza "woo hoo") which we get to on Monday.
There was no "Nice Marathon" yesterday as all the passengers were taken to and from shore by little boats and everyone appears to have made it to the ship safely, shame. The next fun will be the Mallorca Marathon which will be tomorrow, but last call is 6.30pm and we're booked into ...