Playa Blanca Hotel
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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 ...
... looking at all the mini buildings. We even managed to get in a shandy in the sun!
After the architecture museum we caught the bus to the Castell de Capdepera which is a fortress on a great viewing point of the island- we enjoyed the views, read about famous Spanish people who had been imprisoned there and generally ****** around.
By this time we were hot and thirsty and ready to freshen up and go out for dinner. After ...
... was like a steak burger so I only ate one bite and instead I just ended up ordering more chicken wings. Was probably my most expensive meal of the holiday.
After the mock meal we headed to a Mexican place for cocktails.. lots and lots of cocktails.. we also celebrated my full year in London with more drinks! We then thought it would be a great idea to get some shisha to smoke- great night, great friends, great chat- perfect day!
... happy because of Black Fish), flamingos, penguins, weird seal/whale things, walruses, sharks, sea horses and sting rays- it was actually a pretty cool place and helped us to fill in our day without accommodation (yes no siesta on this day!)
I also would like to mention that George's drink bottle leaked on her lap in the taxi- looked just like she had ****** her pants... refer to picture... I couldn't resist mate!
After we left the exhibit ...
... but we did venture off the beaten track for a day and hired ourselves a moped. Off we pootled up the coast, sunned ourselves on not 1 but 3 beaches, and found the most amazing caves I think we've ever seen. Coves d'Arta were first studied in the early 19th century, they were discovered many years before but never properly chronicled. They were formed between 100million and 65million years ago in a series of cataclysmic tectonic movements. Two great slabs of the ...