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... music playing at 11 am and doesn't end until 12 pm. The general population within the hotel and Magalluf in general were highly intoxicated, extremely dirty looking British and Irish people. We joked about the fact that we were coming into the weekend thinking it was going to be super relaxed and instead we were confronted by this. It was still really fun regardless. We spent most of the daytime on the beach which was absolutely beautiful (look at attached picture). The water was ...
I have to start today's entry by saying that if you thought yesterday's entry ended abruptly, you were right. I stopped writing for Wok to load photos into my iPad, then we went off to check our mail and sent the blog without my returning to it. But I didn't really miss out any significant events. Now, back to today. If you are like us, you've probably never heard of Mahon. It is on the island of Minorca, and is the capital of the Balearic ...
... stained glass) is one of the largest in the world. There is a controversial wrought-iron canopy by the famous Spanish architect Antonio Gaudi, which was added over the main alter. The cathedral’s treasury contains relics and pieces of the True Cross, and the small museum displays ancient manuscripts and religious ...
... city, and this one is a real beauty. And what's more we didn't have to walk to it, as the bus took us there. I love climbing up onto high places, so this satisfies something in me, and Wok likes the photographic advantages it gives, as long as there is a substantial wall between him and the earth below. The views down to the harbour were great. By this time, 1pm, it was 31 degrees. Fortunately Palma is a very leafy ...
... shops and restaurants, and nice buildings. Best of all was Fornells, mentioned to us by a Spanish friend, and a good recommendation. Very unspoiled, traditional, and great fish restaurants.
The whole of Menorca is a Unesco World Heritage site, so it is amazingly quiet, a lot of agriculture, and very green.
Still prefer Mallorca, but will visit the island (and that hotel!) again. The ferry was good too, reliable and handier for us since it goes from ...
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