Ola Club Panama
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... and d) fill the water tanks – it would be nice to shower each evening but we need to be conservative with the fresh water especially as we like to anchor and some of the marinas even though they are allowing you to come in to take water charge you not only
for the water but some we have seen allow you stay a max of 2 hours but charge you 9E for every half hour or part there of for the privilege!
Spent most of the day finding / reserving a possible mooring which ...
... we had passed the day before.
There was a huge motor boat anchored right in the middle of the bay therefore finding a suitable spot to anchor in proved pretty tricky.
Another boat which had arrived just before us turned out to be a Danish couple we had
met last year on our travels. We last saw them in Lisbon. Had a quick chat which was nice.
Monday 13 July
We left Ibiza just as ...
... Shelters for animals" and the answer was "Stye", not "Styes" as the clue would indicate a plural. Yesterday there were two clues missing altogether and today 12 down had a number but no actual clue. We try our best to solve them but there are a challenge.
This morning "Just for a bit of fun" Elaine, David and I had a race to see who could solve the Sudoko first. After about ten minutes Elaine and David shouted "Done" at just ...
... Sock variety of passengers, particular over the beer. However it was probably them that caused the beer shortage in the first place! (Bit racist, again)
Dave had a booking for iFly this morning. This is a freefall diving simulator and although Elaine and I went with him for moral support, the intense heat of the sun and immence amount of hanging around it seemed to involve made me give up and I went back to Solar Plexus. But about an hour ...
... across the bay of Palma to a small Cala where we swam and lunched on board. At 10 pm it is still unbelievably warm, perhaps too warm and I am not sure that we will sleep tonight. Hugh is threatening to sleep on deck.
We remembered the great times we had with Paragon here in Mallorca all those years ago, and although we have moored in little Germany, El Arenal, it is still lovely and we don't have to walk through ...