Hotel Cala Chica
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... So, on Wednesday evening, we ventured round for our evening meal, not sure of the reception we would receive and were pleasantly relieved to be welcomed and shown to a table. Madonna, or as her name turned out to be Karina (I did point out, that if we were to be together in the next life, it would help to know her name), appeared soon after we had sat down and gave us a big hug and kiss and together we started to plan our life in the next world. It was her decision to ...
... exaggeration, something I am not know for but it certainly felt like it when my tongue swept around the inside of my mouth and encountered the profile of the rim of avolcano. How wonderful to greet the rellies with a big toothless smile!
On closer inspection it turned out that the top of a molar had fallen off - probably in disgust at the amount of food it was being asked to process.
I should mention, at this point, that I have always been of the opinion, ...
... talking to them about the place. In turn that caused another couple form the UK to join the conversation and we discovered that their daughter lived in Maryborough, Qld. By the time we left there was quite a party atmosphere.
The weather is beautiful although the sea temperature is brisk to ...
... before flying on to Majorca but the exciting part was waiting at the carousel for our luggage to appear.
We were parted from our cases at Brisbane with the fateful assurance from the check in girl that they would be waiting for us at Barcelona. We never believed a word of that and so we waited by the carrousel, watching as everyone else claimed their bags and headed for the exit. Quite some time passed until a shriek from the Boss sent me ...
... carpets are still wet. I think the problem is because above the shower is an air vent which I can't close and small debris and dust can blow in. Last night we had a storm with high winds and I suspect lots of bits ended up in the plug hole preventing the water from draining away.
The final memory from this site will have to be hiring the car. I have never driven a 'foreign' car before and tried to appear nonchalant when talking to the hire man, but then spoilt ...