Cala d'Or Gardens
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... 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 ...
4Omin flight to Mallorca... This is it - relaxation in paradise. The hotel is great and we have half board so that is an extra plus. Our room was not quite ready for an early check in so we explored a local street to get breakfast and then buy floaty/beds for the beach and sun hats. Upgrade to the sea view room - win! The view is incredible, a quiet little beach cove with crystal clear ...
We dropped William and the girls off at Santa Ponca beach after a late breakfast and Chris and I had a coffee nearby.
Clive and Cathryn brought them home after a few hours on the beach.
It was time then for a late paella lunch at Port Adriano. There were many expensive boats and superyachts moored in Port Adriano. It also ...
Clive and Chris went out for a cycle today whilst the girls and William drove to Andratx for lunch, gelato and a quick look around.
Andratx is a sweet town with a small fishing harbour full of recreational boats and fishing trawlers. Whilst there for our late (Spanish-time) lunch, we also saw the trawlers returning with their day's catch. There is a small fresh fish market ...
June 29, 2014
This morning we left Palma to go to Pollenca. We took the scenic north route starting from Andratx stopping in little towns a long the way. Going to Port de Valldemossa was the biggest mistake. It took fifteen minutes each way with hair raising turns (we actually hit the side of a wall once but luckily it was only the tire that hit it.) The road often was only wide enough for one car. As you went around turns you had to beep your horn to let people know you were ...