Cala Bona & Mar Blava Hotels
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... along came Katya and her son, heading for Majorca, and we got out of our cars to hug one another goodbye. As the sun set Eleanor and I sat by the pool with our wifi connections and all was so pretty. We ate watermelon and tagliatelle for the evening meal and watched Spanish television, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom dubbed into Spanish, and likewise cartoons, American Father speaking Spanish while having the menace of a murderous jacuzzi. The others had gone to bed before ...
... up my eldest daughter from the airport, stopping en route to visit one of the islands ancient sites, Talati de Dalt. Wow, this was more amazing than I ever expected. The highlight, standing stones known locally as Taula were so impressive and once back in prehistory had been a place for ceremony and sacred connection. Around this was the ancient village of Talati, with caves, rock houses and a great watch tower known as a talailot. There are 2,000 ancient remains on this ...
... br> Even though the wifi did not stretch to our apartment, as had been our hope. Really that would have made all so much better. As for the breakfast buffet in a conservatory of the mansion, overlooking gardens and swimming pool, this was marvellous, a big buffet spread to select from of local and farm foods. George was soon in the pool having a good swim with his safety float on.
Another guest surfaced, a Dutch lady, Katya, with ...
... this helped as well.
The villa that we rented along with my brother Peter, his wife Sarah and their two kids, James and Emma, was a bargain at around £55 per night for a four bedroomed place with pool and proved to be excellent value. Yes it was a little remote but this tranquility sat overlooking olive groves on a private gated urbanisation was a far cry from the Spanish mainland in that no other properties could be seen from our terrace area. Even being ...
... fishy" about the place (pun completely intended!) and I was right - the water was full of all sorts of creatures, big fish, little fish (no cardboard boxes!), crabs, snails of all sorts of colours, eels and jelly fish... In fact, in true John form, he managed to get stung on the ear - which was quite painful for a bit but seemingly fine after a pint! We stopped for another swim in the sea on the way back and it was amazing how clear the water was. ...