Inturotel Esmeralda Park
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So the last day of our holiday.. we again had breakfast downstairs at the hostel and then packed up all our bags, put on our togs, vacated our rooms and went back to the beach.
We hired more deck chairs and umbrellas and then made ourselves most at home for the day. I think the only time we left the beach was to get ice cream and George and I went for lunch at a tapas place.
I even had a ...
Went down to the hostel lobby for the included breakfast- was actually pretty decent with rolls, croissants, ham, cheese, fruit and yoghurt!
We then caught the express bus out to Palma where we cooked in the Spanish sun while trying to decide what to do with our day. In the end I decided that I needed ice cream... but when we got to the ice cream place I decided I needed crepes... so we backtracked to a local restaurant where ...
Awoke on the boat to a loud overhead speaker telling us to get up and get off the boat- did a rushed job getting dressed and putting on make up (no time for a shower!)
We then caught a taxi from the port to our hostel where we were a bit too early to check in (was like 7am!)
So we sat on the beach down the road, took pictures, watched the sunrise, watched some early morning revellers having sex in the water... and ...
Needless to say after yesterdays excitement we were exhausted and therefore took advantage of our 12pm check out time- so breakfast was delayed until 10.45am down in the lobby.
After a much more leisurely breakfast than yesterday, we took a cab out to the City of Arts and Sciences again- but this time to actually see the Oceanographic exhibit.
Turns out this place was the Sea World of Valencia. We saw seals, an amazing dolphin show (Calves ...
... met and pushed each other up to form a triangular shaped cave - not dissimilar to the roof of some diabolical house. The caves were formed above sea level and split the crust of the planet. At their highest point the cave roof is 45 meters above the level of the entrance and they plunge down to a similar depth in places. Ever since formation, water has trickled through the cracks creating the most beautiful grottoes and chambers (which they since given names ...