Inturotel Cala Azul Park
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So the last day of our holiday.. we again had breakfast downstairs at the hostel and then packed up all our bags, put on our togs, vacated our rooms and went back to the beach.
We hired more deck chairs and umbrellas and then made ourselves most at home for the day. I think the only time we left the beach was to get ice cream and George and I went for lunch at a tapas place.
I even had a ...
... was definitely on fire that night.
We drank much sangria and me and Calves had a rib-off. I felt so sick... I woke up in the middle of the night with stabbing pains in my stomach from eating too much... damn my competitive streak!
After eating and drinking too much we were pretty tipsy and decided to have a late night dip in the ocean- Suzi even stripped down to her undies and went swimming. It was so beautiful.
Awoke on the boat to a loud overhead speaker telling us to get up and get off the boat- did a rushed job getting dressed and putting on make up (no time for a shower!)
We then caught a taxi from the port to our hostel where we were a bit too early to check in (was like 7am!)
So we sat on the beach down the road, took pictures, watched the sunrise, watched some early morning revellers having sex in the water... and ...
... Anyway, we were lucky enough to have a four berth sleeper cabin which meant that we were sorted for the accommodation for the night (we originally thought we would be sleeping in chairs!)
We spent some time up on deck before and during take off and really enjoyed the difference a boat journey gave us- I mean I have taken sleeper trains in China but never a sleeper boat!
And even better- in the morning we would be in Mallorca at the beach!
... much everyone speaks English, we've become slightly embarrassed by our lack of language skills, so we attended a Spanish class (one of the many 'activities' put on by the hotel) in a vain attempt to at least say more than 'thank you'. The Spanish I learnt at school (age 11) is a little rusty but soon we were telling our Bulgarian teacher (don't ask) what day it was, what time it was, and that I'd just had a birthday. Ok, so we still can't hold a full conversation but ...