Hoposa Niu Hotel
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... area over the weekend so were lucky enough to come across dozens of bikes out for a ride in the sunshine on the forever winding mountain roads. We used these roads a few times choosing to dine in the evening at Port Soller on the west coast. There was the tunnel option but we did go the long way once finding a road consisting of about 100 hairpin bends in the space of 11 kilometres, many of which were so narrow we could barely get around them when the car steering was ...
... at the house before going to bed.
Another day for Ben to be excited about – beach day part 2! After lots of legging out tours of museums and the like earlier in the trip, he was looking forward to some relaxation and swimming… lazy bum… OK fine I was looking forward to it too.
We headed to the coast – Porto Cristo - where an additional bonus awaited: my cousin Stephen. It was great to catch up ...
... was still bright enough that we had a great view of all the beauty greeting us around every corner.
Back across the island in Manacor, we had a very sleepy dinner and headed home to bed, tired and happy.
So our first full day in Mallorca and we were able to spend it with family (a true treat) in my Aunt Susan, cousin Vicky and her lovely boy Marc. For those reading who are unaware, Susan is my Dad’s sister ...
... the gist of which is - we made it, just...and the security guy stole our wine. Rude!
Now that said ordeal was done we were able to relax for the very quick flight to Palma - hours of headache for a 30 minute flight... (Double sigh.)
When we finally landed and got our bags (both came through without a problem - small blessings!) we were welcomed by an excited Aunt Susan, excited cousin Victoria and an over-the-moon Marc who promptly ...
Beautiful fairytale day. Patrick and Celtie had kept the location a secret from everyone and as we turned in on the coach and saw the Sa Torre Chapel everyone gasped. So many of their friends had come and it was lovely to see the Kings Worthy crew - Jonnie, Bobby, Ronan, Russell, Danny and Nicki. So very proud of them both.