Convento De Santa Clara
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... you cannot swing into the wind to help cool down the inside. Managed to get half the chores done – very hot and tiring.
Exhausted, we decided to have dinner out at a seafood resturant near the marina which was rather pleasant.
Thursday 16 July
Gen went for an early morning dip (as swimming in not allowed in the marina) to see what the damage was with the bow thruster. Luckily it was easy to disengage the rope and therefore the assistance of a ...
... that we could see more of Ibiza. Along the way we passed Ibiza Town and we are very happy that we didn't go there – the anchorage didn't look particularly inviting
and the town itself, well, is just one huge resort with wall to wall apartments.
When we arrived at Formentera the anchorage we wanted to take was now full of mooring
bouys, so we headed to the next beach which was full ...
... David, "It's a cup of coffee."
And that's the way the holiday has been, really.
When Elaine came down (they had done two laps of the running track, which is more than one kilometer, in broiling heat too) and we all settled into our usual sunny places, the crosswords started. Actually they have been going for a few days. Every day in the library sheets of paper with a Sudoko on one side and a Crossword Puzzle on the ...
... cornets. The had the ice cream but no wafer cones to put them in. We must have had the last ones but they were all beaten up and broken, and when we went to lunch and passed the ice cream machine they were providing black plastic cups to put the ice cream in.
I thought it very odd to run out of such basics only half way through the cruise. Hopefully they can restock these "essentials" in Palma, otherwise I can see ructions breaking out among the ...
... across the bay of Palma to a small Cala where we swam and lunched on board. At 10 pm it is still unbelievably warm, perhaps too warm and I am not sure that we will sleep tonight. Hugh is threatening to sleep on deck.
We remembered the great times we had with Paragon here in Mallorca all those years ago, and although we have moored in little Germany, El Arenal, it is still lovely and we don't have to walk through ...