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... the ocean this time- it was beautiful clear water with little skeleton like fishes swimming around... a bit rocky on the floor in some places though- I always managed to find the rocks of course!
After heading back to the hostel to collect our bags, we caught a cab to the airport, bought some chocolates for the office, got on the plane and then we were back in London... just in time for work on ...
... and get sand in their sandwiches, and whilst that kinda sounds like hell (snobs that we are), we really just wanted some vitamin D and a dip in a pool… So we picked a little harbour called Cala Bona (no jokes please, we're British), away from the marauding hoards on the beach at Cala Millor and with plenty of actual Spanish restaurants to choose from. Ok, so there were loads of English bars as well, offering Sunday roasts, fish and chips, and pie and ...
We dropped William and the girls off at Santa Ponca beach after a late breakfast and Chris and I had a coffee nearby.
Clive and Cathryn brought them home after a few hours on the beach.
It was time then for a late paella lunch at Port Adriano. There were many expensive boats and superyachts moored in Port Adriano. It also ...
... and beyond. We have always left the 10%. This was the first time we left less. We should have left nothing.
My husband is now more relaxed driving even after dark. He is able to do the 180 degree turn to get into the entrance to the street with no trouble now. Tonight we came home from dinner so late all the stars were out. We were watching the Belgium/US in the restaurant so I am still watching it as I type. It’s 12:30 pm. ...
Clive and Chris went out for a cycle today whilst the girls and William drove to Andratx for lunch, gelato and a quick look around.
Andratx is a sweet town with a small fishing harbour full of recreational boats and fishing trawlers. Whilst there for our late (Spanish-time) lunch, we also saw the trawlers returning with their day's catch. There is a small fresh fish market ...