The Balearic Islands

Hi furiends!

We are now back in Port Ginesta (just south of Barcelona) after a wonderful three weeks cruising around the Balearic Islands. We left the port and sailed to Menorca.

We had lots of fun meeting furiends and we enjoyed having some bays all to ourselves!

When we are on anchor we go ashore in the dinghy which is lots of fun! I usually sit on mum’s lap and I make April and Blue sit on the floor.

One benefit to cruising the Med in May, is there aren’t many boats about yet, but the disadvantage is that the weather is very changeable. So when the weather turned, we headed to Pollenca (a really beautiful protected bay) in Mallorca, to hide from strong winds. We met a pawesome Swiss couple, Robin and Iris, and we spent many wonderful evenings with them. (They also live on an Amel like us, but there’s is an Amel 54 which was interesting to see.) It was fun to have two beautiful boats, Titanium and Carré d’As anchored next to each other.

We sailed down to Palma to pick up Grandpa because he flew out to spend time with us for ten days. We all love grandpa because he gives us lots of treats.

Granny stayed at home with Bailey and all the rest of the family. Bailey sent us sausages and we were so excited!

We love keeping watch while we are on anchor. I ensure that April and Blue are doing it correctly.

Finally we sailed all around Ibiza which is so beautiful. We were so happy to buddy boat with Carré d’As and very sad when we parted ways. I hope that we will see them again soon though.

We had THE BEST TIME in Formentera because all of us were so happy and excited to be on the beach enjoying the sunsets. I have just posted a short video clip of it to our Facebook and Instagram pages if you’d like to see me run like the wind.

I’d like to wish you all a wonderful weekend!

Baci, Annabelle xo

Comments

  1. Oh Annabelle, it looks like a wonderful place to cruise! So glad you had fun! Please send our love to Bailey when next you speak with him! Be safe!
    Purrs to all from Pete and the family!

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  2. Lovely photos guys! So much beauty! 🙏🏻🌴

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  3. Diane Sargent says:

    Thanks for posting. Especially luv you running on the beach ❤️❤️❤️

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  4. You’re doing a good job, Annabelle, but Amy Kitten and I miss Bailey’s uniquely feline perspective. Please tell him we miss him and want to hear from him again on his blog! Meow!

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  5. Hi, Annabelle, what a nice newsy report! We love the pix and are so glad you had a nice long cruise and some beach and boat time with Granddad.

    You have incredibly sturdy sealegs, dear lady! Have a wonderful weekend. Pat

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  6. Such beautiful photos. Our mom is quite envious. Mum Lou looks fabulous. We hope she is feeling well. Good job reporting, Annabelle. XOCK, angel Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo, Cooper Murphy and Sawyer

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  7. Such pretty water and scenery.
    It is still quite cool in Nova Scotia.
    Good to see you have things under control Annabelle 🙂
    Purrs Georgia,Julie and JJ

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  8. Marlee Linford-Sakal says:

    Fair winds Annabelle and family. Great big hugs and 💓💓💓💓💓💓to Bailey. We miss him!

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  9. So much fun. You really did run like the wind at the beach, A! Wow!

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

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  10. Hi Annabelle….sounds like you all are enjoying life on the water sailing the seas. You seem to have things under control on board ship and we wish you fair sailing as you explore and enjoy your travels. Please tell Bailey we miss him.

    Hugs, Teddy

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  11. Wow I get to know the world through you Thanks for taking over for Bailey so we can still enjoy your trips. I too have a grandpa that visits once a week from the VA home. He is 94 in human years. I will check out your video on facebook

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  12. The Swiss Cats says:

    Beautiful photos, Annabelle ! Purrs

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  13. Beautiful sights to see, Annabelle. Lovely to hear about your trip. Glad Grandpa came to visit.

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