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... station. We stopped at the free wifi to catch up on news and send my next chapter in my blog . Once we had checked in the boat with our boarding card we had to check our bags thru. As we had our four bottles of wine we had bought and were not too sure if we could get them through . I have never seen Tim move so fast once the bottles came thru . He grabbed the bag and moved . So now we just have to figure out how we can take a glass into dinner with us . Then it was the ...
... can go to the lounge and have drinks with David Stratton and discuss the day . We did that then headed into dinner. We were seated at a table of 4 and our companions for the evening were Yvette from last night and Marilyn. We had a really enjoyable and laughter filled dinner. We finished the evening by going and watching the Show with a magician then collecting a cup of coffee we headed back down to our room where did some washing before settling in and watching some Wimbleton ...
... 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 ...
... which makes travelling around safe and easy. We even felt at home with the extensive use of roundabouts which are common in Canberra. Apparently though, some drivers still end up in the middle of the roundabouts because they drive too fast. Palma is not only the centre of government and business on the island but is also the tourist capital. There are many visitors each year that either fly in or come in on cruise ships. Seeing ...
... It is peaceful and serene with only the locals birds to disturb the peace in the mornings.
Irene says the countryside of Majorca reminds her of parts of Australia. The countryside is very Spanish with dry and rocky soil at this time of the year.
We set out this morning to see the local large town of Manacor. The church we discovered is a good example of the style of churches here on Majorca. It is almost like a cathedral in size with high vaulted ...