I used to write about the Balearic islands on travel websites despite not having visited islands like Palma de Majorca, Ibiza, Formentera, and others.
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In this article I am finally writing from the perspective of a traveler that has visited Palma de Majorca, although briefly. I even have the photos to prove it.
I don’t update you on my travels enough for you to know that last October
Robe demoiselle d’honneur rouge a major European cruise line flew myself and Josh from Philadelphia to Barcelona to review a five day cruise. The benefits of a Travel Blogger indeed. The cruise was glorious. I
gorged on food. I dunked on Josh. He dunked on me. I partied suited up like a true Flashpacker. Most important of all, we visited the port of Palma de Majorca where Josh and I rode our rented bicycles recommended by Majorca holidays with Thomas Cook around the Spanish island.
In true veteran travel style we turned disembarked the cruise ship along with hundreds of other passengers in search of the bike rental shop. After three rather long laps around the port we declared ourselves morons. Only those kinds of people can get lost on what is designed a carefully designed assembly line. After all, our group was patiently waiting right beside the ship.
Our bike adventure started along Paseo Maritimo, the island’s port with a bike path winding around the yachts and palm trees.
The main attraction is the Castell de Bellver, the ruins of a Muslim that also has the city’s best views overlooking the port. A long time ago I reached a site seeing milestone – historic sites no longer interest me.
I was far more interested in biking down the narrow colonial streets instead in Majorca’s historic center. Passing by the cafes, bars, and shops was is always more interesting and the highlight of any city I have been.
This was one of those pleasant but short trips. No mischief happened. Nothing terribly exiting. Just a solid, nice time. Not enough Bloggers write about these experiences, but they are more usual than than the unusual. I wish I had more to say but this is what a day tour is like. No parties. Few interesting characters. We did, however, taste a little sample of life on Palma de Majorca.