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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 ...
... yachts with smaller boats in between. We anchored, went for a dip and then just sat back and listened to the wash from passing ferries and motor boats hitting our transom.
Sunday 12 July
The night was pretty peaceful until the first ferries started to'ing and fro'ing around
6:30am. We didn't particularly want to hang around so left mid morning and headed north towards a ...
... 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 ...
We left Nice at about 7.30pm last night and arrived at Palma Mallorca at about 2pm this afternoon. First impressions? Dump No 3. Not quite so many high rises, but still pretty dumpy. Lots of boats and ships, so it's obvously popular with some people. We're here until tomorrow afternoon and it's steaming hot so hopefully the ship will be empty with most of the passengers "getting on down" and "getting funky with it" in town. Although they may save ...
... 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!