Hotel El Guia
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... 8211; hopefully the photos show some of the wonderful paintings and altars.
Monday 27 July
Not doing too much today – we're basically waiting for the right winds to take us to Menorca.
Wandered around the town a bit more, provisioning and looking for a laundrette. Strangely enough they have laundry services but no auto mats which is quite annoying to say the least. ...
... and d) fill the water tanks – it would be nice to shower each evening but we need to be conservative with the fresh water especially as we like to anchor and some of the marinas even though they are allowing you to come in to take water charge you not only
for the water but some we have seen allow you stay a max of 2 hours but charge you 9E for every half hour or part there of for the privilege!
Spent most of the day finding / reserving a possible mooring which ...
Friday 10 July
Enjoying this wonderful anchorage – in between dips in the water we're completing
Sitting back watching boats coming and going we watched one yacht drag it's anchor and luckily narrowly missed hitting the rocks big time.
Saturday 11 July
It's time to push on so we took it nice and gently and headed for the island of Formentera. We headed ...
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?" ...
... 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 ...