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... difficulty! In my time off my options are to walk....and bus back, to bus to Palma and then bounce out again to Inca, Polenca and Alora, which of course might involve doing the same in reverse, at the end of my day out. I might be able to find a place to stay but by the look of Port Soller this is the month for restoration and rebuild rather than opening for visitors. I gulped when Hostel Cuba requested 140E for the night! They must have been ...
... boys, and we are looking forward to meeting with them in Rioja for some fall leaves and good wines in October.
It’s important to have good food at home and on weekend jaunts, as the boys entertain us with stories of how the school food is horrible, something apparently universal in Spain. It’s really too bad, as the social life around lunch is great, except for what really seems like strange
cafeteria food. ...
... fishy" about the place (pun completely intended!) and I was right - the water was full of all sorts of creatures, big fish, little fish (no cardboard boxes!), crabs, snails of all sorts of colours, eels and jelly fish... In fact, in true John form, he managed to get stung on the ear - which was quite painful for a bit but seemingly fine after a pint! We stopped for another swim in the sea on the way back and it was amazing how clear the water was. ...
... to contemplate my time here and start saying my goodbyes. For the evening, we had a quiet dinner to ourselves in a pizza place that had been recommended, and ended up trying out a few different bars afterwards (LAB, Idem, Prohibition) to see where would be best for my farewell drinks tomorrow. Suddenly going home feels very real and I'm not at all sure how I feel about it - really can't wait to see everyone... But was it long enough ...
... and had dinner at La Boveda, and stopped for "Spain's second best ice cream" in town. Palma held a "nit de art" (night of art) and was very very busy. A few galleries were open late and there were a few extra exhibitions. We stopped to watch a group of dancers and musicians fuse different types of dance including ballet, tap, flamenco and street. After all of that excitement, we had a final drink in Havana before bed - last day of school tomorrow - ...