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... CQR anchor and stowing away our now totally redundant
Kobar, we headed around the south east coast, north.
They say bad luck strikes in threes – well today was the third. As we tried to take out our main sail we couldn't budge it – it is totally jammed in the in-mast furler. Not good news at all.
We took it easy taking in the sites – this coastline is really stunning – different rock formations etc and ...
... same time. I was a good five minutes behind them, but I enjoyed listening to them bickering about who had actaully come first.
It's our last day in Palma, and we're off to Chic restaurant tonight at 6.15pm and hope to be back in our room by 7.30pm or soon after as the Gangways close then and we're hoping for a healthy and competitive Mallorca Marathon.
And we've heard a rumour that the ship has been restocked with beer! Deep ...
... Mondrago in the morning and have had the perfect sailing conditions (at least for us) with moderate wind and nice sea. Kivu was flying considering we only had 6 knots of wind and we were doing 4 miles an hour! After 4 hours of sailing, the wind has changed and we have decided to stop in Puerto de Costa de Los Pinos which is a big bay. It is very big and there are only two other boats anchored which makes a ...
... tries really hard, and leaves something everynight which might or might not be an animal or a fish, but mostly it looks like a pile of strangely folded Egyptian Cotton.
However, the other night he excelled himself. Marlo left a towelling bear (See Picture) which was so well done, cute and clever that I can see him coming home with us (the bear not Marlo). I've Christened him "Biffo".
I've added a few extra pictures at the bottom of this ...
... like someone's dream come true. I had to drag Geoff away as he was about to offer advice to a crew mooring a boat. We have discovered during our many conversations that Geoff and Horst have a passion for building and sailing. It is amazing when you have common interests how communication happens so well. Horst has little English but this does not stop the boys nattering ...