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Friday 24 July
Left the anchorage at a reasonable early hour and headed north. We want to get to Port
Pollensa in the north and tuck away securely before the strong windsforecast set in.Must say the coastline on the east side of the island is just stunning, especially further north you go.
Saturday 25 July
Well the winds definitely blew as predicted. Stayed put most ...
... the attempt –we assumed the lazy lines would be similar to what we experienced in another marina and I didn't have my lines ready, as we assumed they
would be providing lines from the pontoon. To add insult to injurywe also ended up with the mooring line around the bow thruster. Not very happy.
As soon as we could we went in search of the supermarket to ensure we could get early delivery of our shopping. Then it was time to start the chores. Trouble with marinas ...
... was rising – a beautiful sunrise it was – and headed for Mallorca. There's very little wind so it is motoring all the way.
This island looks amazing, when you can see through the humidity.
We went to a popular, with sailing yachts, anchorage. One side of the bay looks a little like Dalkeith in Perth with some pretty big mansions, and the other is just full of apartment blocks.
Sundays are funny days at any time of the year. On holiday, as every day feels like a Sunday, Sundays feel like, well, any other day. But our daily routine continues with the odd change here and there. Elaine and David decided to spend some time on the sun deck rather than come straight down to the Solarium with Min and me. After a while David came down to us and he was holding a mug. "Hello," I said have you had enough of the sun?" ...
... and meet the boys with their caps on backwards!
We are looking forward to sailing to Minorca and on to Corsica and Sardinia but for now we are enjoying the sun and the sea and oh, a glass or two of red. Nothing changes!
PS...in Duncan's absence we tried fishing off the stern. Duncan's luck held and we arrived back in port with zero fish....tomorrow we will use Carol's technique and enjoy a fishy supper!