Majorca: Day 3 & 4

Welcome to the second instalment of my current holiday here in Majorca. If you're a chronic sufferer of holiday envy then I suggest you look away now (lol jokes please carry on reading). The sun is beating down whilst I type this sunbathing amongst palm trees and the sound of the lapping water a few feet away from me. Ah bliss.

Anyway, it's currently Day 4 in C'an Picafort. here in Majorca. It's a lovely 31 degrees and life's fab. Day 3 saw my mum and I take a trip to the beach via "the strip" (nothing like you see in Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents, I promise). We had a look through typical touristy shops (got to be typical tourists, obvs) and then headed to the beach going in the opposite direction to the way we did on our last visit.

Our first port of call was an Ictiotherapy place - aka the place where the fish eat your feet. Yep, I had my feet eaten by fish. The 20 minute session only cost 10€ and is something to tick off my bucket list. It's the most weirdest experience, it just feels like little squirts of water on your feet but looking down it's a whole family of fish (or school of fish should I say) nibbling at your toes.

If you don't like feet (or fish), look away now.

The rest of the day was one of pure relaxment, sunbathing and relaxing on our balcony in our room - it's a hard life, isn't it?

That evening, and after our evening meal, we headed to the Panoramic bar (again, I know) for cocktails before heading out to the strip.

A few (I lost count at three) cocktails later, we made it back to our hotel to enjoy the classic cheesy hotel entertainment courtesy of "The Ultimate Divas" - says it all really.

We decided to make the morning of Day 4 a "topping up our tans" kinda day and after breakfast we found a perfect spot to spend the next few hours soaking up some rays.

We then headed back down to the beach where we stopped off at a Jamaican bar for cocktails before picking up a few souvenirs on the way back to the hotel.

We spent the rest of the afternoon sunbathing by the pool and then to the restaurant for our evening meal.

After dinner we headed to our fave bar - that's right, you guessed it - the Panoramic bar. After having the cocktail of the day (Margarita) we spent the evening watching the Broadway entertainment for the evening as well as having more cocktails. 

I also managed to snap this beautiful photo of the sunsetting behind the mountains.

 That's all for today, thank you for reading!

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