Inturotel Playa Esmeralda
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... David, "It's a cup of coffee."
And that's the way the holiday has been, really.
When Elaine came down (they had done two laps of the running track, which is more than one kilometer, in broiling heat too) and we all settled into our usual sunny places, the crosswords started. Actually they have been going for a few days. Every day in the library sheets of paper with a Sudoko on one side and a Crossword Puzzle on the ...
... the big party place of Ibiza ("woo hoo" I am assured by the people at work you have to say "woo hoo" whenever you mention Ibiza "woo hoo") which we get to on Monday.
There was no "Nice Marathon" yesterday as all the passengers were taken to and from shore by little boats and everyone appears to have made it to the ship safely, shame. The next fun will be the Mallorca Marathon which will be tomorrow, but last call is 6.30pm and we're booked into ...
It is with a touch of sadness that we farewell Mallorca tomorrow. We have thoroughly enjoyed our time here. Every time we think of Irene and Horst in Mallorca we will fondly remember their lovely house, our long conversations over dinner and the interesting areas we visited. I definitely NEED to come back and shop with Irene (without the boys) as there are lots of shoe ...
... 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 ...
... beautiful stained glass windows. It is set in the centre of the town with many shops in the nearby narrow alleys and plazas which we explored by foot.
We had lunch at restaurant popular with the Majorcan people that featured authentic local food which was wholesome and delicious. Irene, who speaks many languages including Spanish explained the menu and helped us order.
After lunch we visited a historical Manor House called Els Calderers De Sant Joan.