UR Azul Playa
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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 ...
... pm). It’s still a bit of a weird cycle and we’re trying to figure out if all of us are getting enough sleep and enough downtime.
A weekend trip to Mallorca
Speaking of downtime, we skipped out of school halfway through last Thursday and hoped an AirEuropa flight to Mallorca. A quick hour across the Mediterranean, we were delighted with how easy it was to find ourselves in a gorgeous tiny bay, surrounded ...
... told, there's not a lot here and although the village was definitely very pretty, I think I missed what the fuss is about! With all of these places though, half of the lure must be the drive to get there, going across the mountains with amazing views of the countryside and the coast alike. After these few hours of driving, we thought we deserved a little downtime and headed down to Cala de Deia (the beach). This was a lovely small secluded beach ...
... Furios with a lot of help from our GPS. Our room is great, complete with a terrace overlooking the pool and beautiful vistas. Our first dinner is in the garden at a hotel across the street. It is odd, but everyone speaks in whispers @ their table, and no one acknowledges each other. Well, at least Dave can finally hear in a restaurant!
Our first day, we take the limo out to explore the area. Our ...
... so that's well over 20,000 kilometres overland. After Mongolia, this trip has seen me visit Russia, Spain, France, Italy, Austria, Czech Republic, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Finland, Sweden, Norway, back to Sweden, Denmark, Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium, through France to England, Wales, back through England to France (again), and finally back to Spain. While this is the conclusion post of this blog there will be one more entry, the Epilogue ...