Cala d'Or Gardens
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... the ocean this time- it was beautiful clear water with little skeleton like fishes swimming around... a bit rocky on the floor in some places though- I always managed to find the rocks of course!
After heading back to the hostel to collect our bags, we caught a cab to the airport, bought some chocolates for the office, got on the plane and then we were back in London... just in time for work on ...
... looking at all the mini buildings. We even managed to get in a shandy in the sun!
After the architecture museum we caught the bus to the Castell de Capdepera which is a fortress on a great viewing point of the island- we enjoyed the views, read about famous Spanish people who had been imprisoned there and generally ****** around.
By this time we were hot and thirsty and ready to freshen up and go out for dinner. After ...
... a little nap.
Finally the restaurants opened up along the main street (definitely a night town not a morning town) and we had breakfast at a place called Q Bar- bad for Katie though as everything in Spain includes ham so she had to have coffee and cake for breakfast... actually doesn't seem that bad right?
After breakfast we were actually able to check into our rooms- Katie and Kristy and me and George again! ...
... 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!
... met and pushed each other up to form a triangular shaped cave - not dissimilar to the roof of some diabolical house. The caves were formed above sea level and split the crust of the planet. At their highest point the cave roof is 45 meters above the level of the entrance and they plunge down to a similar depth in places. Ever since formation, water has trickled through the cracks creating the most beautiful grottoes and chambers (which they since given names ...