Hotel Nautic Park
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... to beach- Si blew up the inflatables and we were sorted! The med has to be my fav sea.. Sandy warm and doesn't get too deep too quick, so lots of swimming! We now have a beach bat and ball rally of 329!!! Each day we had to beat our previous rally to get an ice cream and 329 is our final score to date. Yesterday we played tennis on their lovely courts... I actually won the first game!! Yeahyyy!!! But the victory was short lived due to Simons skills! We would usually get back ...
Wednesday 29 July
Left mid morning andheaded for Menorca. Got a pretty reasonable sail in and anchored in
a delightful, but full, cove. There were many boats attached torocks but we just anchored. It was pretty tight and luckily the catamaran anchored near us left in the evening so we reanchored wherethey were, which proved to be the right decision as the wind picked
up in the evening and we would have swung too close to the rocks for our liking.
While everyone went to a water park Chris, Les and I drove over to Tossa De Mar today. It is a seaside town with an old walled city. I really enjoyed wandering around the tiny streets looking in the shops. We walked up to the top of the hill then stopped at a restaurant on the way down for lunch. I had duck with a berry sauce then a rice pudding with cinnamon ice cream, yum. Got home at about 5 pm and just taking it easy ...
So today was time to hit the road to Viva Espana!!! Sat Nav said it was going to take about 5 and a half hours but unfortunately that had not catered in the ****** traffic along the south cost of France. We made sure we were using the Toll Roads as always which are normally pretty reliable in France but there was ally I stop start unfortunately. I did the first few hours which were pretty straight forward as we'd managed to get away at 9:30 so not a bad time.. After my stint, we ...
Yesterday we packed up and went to Girona. We walked around the old town, browsing in the shops and walked up to the cathedral. Chris, Les, Sarah and Jacob went inside while the rest of us waited and had a drink. Sadly, Tony's cancer got worse in the early hours of yesterday morning. He was rushed off to Girona hospital, it's not looking good. Wow, we just had a call, Tony has revived! I do wonder if Doctors really know what they are ...