Castell dels Hams Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Porto Cristo
... day ensuring that our anchor wasn't dragging and that we stayed will clear of “tina” a nice looking boat on a mooring beside us.
Late afternoon we took the dinghy and went wandering around the town. For a resort it has a lovely atmosphere. Found supermarkets which is always a good thing.
Sunday 26 July
Got up early and took the bus to Pollenca old town. ...
... of blue waters we've ever seen.
Anchored in one of the coves which was pretty busy to say the least.
We've been lucky the last couple of anchorages with no mozzies at sunset, but that was not
to be the situation here. So it's down below, battening down the hatches and putting the anti mozzie gadgets on – which appear to work.
Monday 20 July
We took the dinghy and strolled around the bay – there's some pretty ...
... Mondrago in the morning and have had the perfect sailing conditions (at least for us) with moderate wind and nice sea. Kivu was flying considering we only had 6 knots of wind and we were doing 4 miles an hour! After 4 hours of sailing, the wind has changed and we have decided to stop in Puerto de Costa de Los Pinos which is a big bay. It is very big and there are only two other boats anchored which makes a ...
... like someone's dream come true. I had to drag Geoff away as he was about to offer advice to a crew mooring a boat. We have discovered during our many conversations that Geoff and Horst have a passion for building and sailing. It is amazing when you have common interests how communication happens so well. Horst has little English but this does not stop the boys nattering ...
... is a very unusual structure suspended above the altar. I was not surprised to find out it was created by Gaudi. Our next stop was the Royal Palace next to the Cathedral. Originally built as an Arabian Fort, it was claimed as the official royal residence in the early 14th century but is no longer used by the royal family. It has commanding views over the Bay of Palma. We wandered around the shops before lunch and I was amazed at ...