Travel Blogs from Porto Cristo
... s legs. I won all of them. I got hit in the head in dodge ball By The Counselor! She didn't mean too, though. One of things I liked the most was seeing dolphins. I thought they were sharks when I first saw them and yelled Shark, Shark, Shark in the cabin. They actually jumped right of of the water. The dolphins always come by the ship because they to play in ...
This morning, we drove northeast to the town of Petra where Father Junipero Serra was born and raised. Like all the other towns on Mallorca, Petra is clean and lovely. The area surrounding Petra is beautiful agricultural land, with many orchards and beautiful fields. Then, it was time to head to the airport and leave Mallorca for Mallaga in the Costa del Sol. We have thoroughly enjoyed our stay here and hope to return one ...
... Death at our fingertips. Secondly, and unaware until we were speeding down a
hill was that my steering wheel was nothing but a fake wheel!! However hard I
tried to steer nothing would happen as it appeared I had the 'kiddies wheel’.
This left Millie who has no drivers licence in charge of steering and breaking
us on the main roads around Forcat. Death eat your heart out. I lost count of
the amount of cars who overtook us, the number of roundabouts ...
... up apart from Javier who was behund the bar as santa, martin who was an Egyptian and adam who was an army general. The zombies were brilliant, walking down to jimmys everyone was looking at us as ryan went up to random tourists and scared them! Harry and chris in shorts, armbands and goggles were hilarious and poor lynsey and danny were painted blue head to toe! one of the things great about jimmys is you always end up chatting to random people in the ...
Of course, Iīm biased, as we live here five months a year, but I think this is the perfect village. We live in a traditional village house, just round the corner from the main square, where all the action is. Thatīs where the Three Kings dish out presents to the kids on 6th January, and it has the church, from
which all the religious parades start. There are various lovely restaurants there. It has been ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free parking