Robert and Lyn were waiting up at Edificio Mar in Puerto Pollença with a nice salad and some beers, so after a very late night we enjoyed a good lie in this morning before venturing out into the rain to photograph the damage to the Berlingo we hadn't spotted in the dark the night before.
The dynamic duo set off in their van for a bike ride, whilst Sue and I chilled out and lunched before heading a short way along the peninsula to Playa Formentor. We chose an easy 8 km walk from the large and expensive car park, to the 332 metre summit of Na Blanca, more or less as described in route 37 of Charles Davis's 'Walk Mallorca' book.
The weather had improved to become a nice clear day with sunny spells. Germans and a large French party were encountered on the rough paths marked with small cairns, but it was pretty quiet up there, with lovely views. Brown goats were munching the vegetation and ravens were dancing and diving using the thermals from the cliffs - they looked to be having a wonderful time.
We couldn't resist the temptation of ice creams before heading home, rather slowly amongst the cyclists, for a welcome pot of tea before we hit something stronger.
I've added some images of our route, courtesy of Viewranger, not quite up to Cary's standard - see his excellent 'From the Bottom to the Top' blog
but contesting well with Robert's niche postings on his 'Brexton Travels'