Sol Katmandu Park & Resort
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Tuesday 14 July
Today we hung around the anchorage – had a couple of dips in the clearest of water and
went ashore to have lunch – a bit of a celebration.
The boat is just covered in so much salt – every surface you touch is just slimy – so we have decided that we will go into one of the marinas and a) provision up – running out of water, b) wash her down, c) complete chores such as laundry, defrost the freezer and washing down ...
... yachts with smaller boats in between. We anchored, went for a dip and then just sat back and listened to the wash from passing ferries and motor boats hitting our transom.
Sunday 12 July
The night was pretty peaceful until the first ferries started to'ing and fro'ing around
6:30am. We didn't particularly want to hang around so left mid morning and headed north towards a ...
... David, "It's a cup of coffee."
And that's the way the holiday has been, really.
When Elaine came down (they had done two laps of the running track, which is more than one kilometer, in broiling heat too) and we all settled into our usual sunny places, the crosswords started. Actually they have been going for a few days. Every day in the library sheets of paper with a Sudoko on one side and a Crossword Puzzle on the ...
... 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 ...