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... berth becoming available so E01 it was to be – which is right on the outside -facing the bay which is subject to wash from
all shapes and sizes of boats and in front of the pump-out andgeneral dumping area of the marineros – nice NOT!
This was also goingto be our first attempt at going stern on in a Meditterean mooring –
we generally go bows to due to the dinghy and other stuff hanging offthe back. Anyway, we made a bit of a dogs ...
... 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 ...
Sundays are funny days at any time of the year. On holiday, as every day feels like a Sunday, Sundays feel like, well, any other day. But our daily routine continues with the odd change here and there. Elaine and David decided to spend some time on the sun deck rather than come straight down to the Solarium with Min and me. After a while David came down to us and he was holding a mug. "Hello," I said have you had enough of the sun?" ...
... at 6.15pm so may miss the fun. We'll have to eat quickly.
One odd thing is happening aboard the Anthem of the Seas.. The ship is running out of stuff. Yesterday our favourite bar, The Schooner, had run out of Budweiser and certain other popular beers, so we had to have bottles of Stella Artois. Then today at breakfast they did not have low-fat spread, and at lunch no red jellies only orange ones. Worst of all, this morning they had run out of ...
... and meet the boys with their caps on backwards!
We are looking forward to sailing to Minorca and on to Corsica and Sardinia but for now we are enjoying the sun and the sea and oh, a glass or two of red. Nothing changes!
PS...in Duncan's absence we tried fishing off the stern. Duncan's luck held and we arrived back in port with zero fish....tomorrow we will use Carol's technique and enjoy a fishy supper!