We’ve had a fabulous day swimming and splashing about at the local water park with the kids. We managed to avoid the queues thanks to our all inclusive wrist bands and grab a couple of sun loungers despite the park practically bursting at the seams with sun worshippers.
We have had a bite to eat and plan to spend what’s left of our final afternoon in Majorca resting by the poolside before heading out to town to buy some last minute presents ready for our journey back home tomorrow.
It’s been an interesting holiday, the hotel certainly wasn’t what I expected but rather than ranting I’ll simply say that in future I’ll steer clear of oversized family based complexes and opt for smaller, quieter accommodation ideally close to town or by the beach.
I’m yet to pack up our dirty washing belongings for the flight back, god help my washing machine when we return, it won’t know what’s hit it! I’ve always been one to keep on top of my laundry getting through two to three loads a day. Given that we have a suitcase and a small
bag each I am estimating at least five to six wash loads will be required before we are anywhere near back to normality. Hey ho, the traumas of travel hey? It’s certainly worth it although come this time on Wednesday I may have changed my tune!
In the meantime here’s a few shots from the poolside for this weeks #LivingArrows instalment.
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