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... scrabbled across encountering a wild eyed and sweaty German. "The cave.....I've looked for 10 years!". In horror I imagined this frantic figure scurrying the hillside for a decade with his flimsy map and as he bolted ahead of us I feared he might slip in his haste and we'd hear a shriek and look down on his tiny form far below. Before we reached the cave slope we met him again, still frantic but now jubilant "take a photo, take a photo" he shrieked. Then he photographed ...
... the freezing cold kitchen, no gas, no coffee, no shower(!) and headed out, she to find Andre and faster internet to contact local hotels to promote the boat and me to a bench in the sun to thaw, our days improved! I was given the job of walking Maggie, whilst Roo and Pete sussed out hire cars in Palma. We headed out of town along the GR221 route to Soller. The path led up through a scene strewn with stone and timber. Men were ruthlessly clearing an old olive ...
... and some dodgy ceramics I've not seen much to excite. The estate agent believes differently and has a starting price of an eye watering 1million E on the property here! I'd like to get along to Valldomossa, and Pollenca but this weekend has really satisfied my desire to explore on foot. My feet will thank me for taking the bus next time! A man has just walked into the bar with a lamb.....there has to be a joke in that! Maybe he just wanted some baaaaaa ...
... We had two lovely meals that we cooked and ate with the ocean in sight.
We were strategically located next to the cliffs that Ben was super excited to climb. The rock climbing out in the ocean here is called 'deep water soloing' because a person climbs up rocks (that are either surrounded completely by water or has a cliff that faces the water) all by yourself (solo) which means you are climbing without ...
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. ...
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