Hotel Riu Palace Bonanza Playa
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During the night the ship changed course for Mallorca in order to carry out a medical evacuation of a passenger. No word just rumours of the condition of the passenger evacuated. A nice day but a bit blowy so deck quoits and shuffleboard comps were cancelled since they take place on the top deck of Adonia. Therefore we spent a relaxing day around the ship. Dress code for tonight's dinner is Black & White night. ...
Today is another slightly cloudy day, but we are in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. This island is small but has many high mountains. The main city of Palma is the capital and this is where we are docked. We have booked a tour here that will take us to several sights. We all head on to the bus and start our way through the city. It is currently raining a little but the skies look good. So we head up to the summer castle of the Spanish Kings. King James I to ...
Overnight we cruised from Tunis to Palma de Mallorca arriving about midday and after having lunch we took the shuttle bus to get us into the centre of town. We had considered walking as they were charging €25 for a return for two which we thought expensive for a 10 minute bus ride. However it is a captured market and it was a good walk. Maybe a taxi would be no more expensive. Maybe we will try that next time! The shuttle dropped us near the centre of Mallorca and ...
... along the way as there was no space to park. Still, the views at the end were amazing and we stopped for a quick bite before heading back west to Sa Colabra. Again, the drive through the mountains to the coast is very windy and the views are spectacular - a thrilling experience (especially as a passenger...). At the bottom of Sa Colabra, the main beach is a short walk away to ...
... The road down was incredibly steep and winding and we were all a little on edge throughout the descent... But James did very well indeed, and we made it down and back up again without any problems (just a few white knuckles and sharp gasps!). The port at the bottom was pretty, but we didn't stop long and headed back up to Deia. Another pretty hillside village, Deia is frequented by a few different celebrities when they want to escape... ...