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Friday 24 July
Left the anchorage at a reasonable early hour and headed north. We want to get to Port
Pollensa in the north and tuck away securely before the strong windsforecast set in.Must say the coastline on the east side of the island is just stunning, especially further north you go.
Saturday 25 July
Well the winds definitely blew as predicted. Stayed put most ...
... wedged itself. In the process of relieving it we managed to bend the stock nearly 45 degrees – not good. Needless to say Gen is not very happy – it was a quite evening to say the least.
Saturday 18 July
Today is a chillax day – catching up on some admin and other tasks.
We've seen so many boats coming and going it's ridiculous. This is a very busy anchorage.
Sunday 19 July
After changing back to ...
... Mondrago in the morning and have had the perfect sailing conditions (at least for us) with moderate wind and nice sea. Kivu was flying considering we only had 6 knots of wind and we were doing 4 miles an hour! After 4 hours of sailing, the wind has changed and we have decided to stop in Puerto de Costa de Los Pinos which is a big bay. It is very big and there are only two other boats anchored which makes a ...
... You will be pleased to know that I finally had a win when we went to Porto Cristo today. Irene took me to a great dress shop and I splurged on a lovely top... All of 15 euro! We had coffee at Porto Cristo at the marina which also has a lovely beach. We strolled along the boardwalk and looked at the interesting water craft and yachts. We saw a huge homemade catamaran ...
... 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 ...