Mallorca: Scuba Diving, Geocaching & Board Games :)
Our traditional board game week in Summer brought us to Mallorca, where we rented a nice house in the North-West part of the island, far away from the main tourist sites. So we were able to spend a lot of time relaxing and playing board games.
But after a couple of days we wanted a bit more adventure, so team Breena and I went Geocaching. First we visited the former Military site Furete de Illetas where we saw many abandoned buildings and completed an interesting tour through the area.
Next we went to another Military Zone where we completed several Caches (Zona M I - IV, Deep Darkness) and spent a lot of time in bunkers :).
We can highly recommend these sites as they were very interesting and the Caches not too difficult (despite their rating).
We ended the day by visiting a close-by Event where Migido celebrated his 3'000 Cache find, and so we met Quadmaster the owner of most of the Caches we visited that day :).
Next day I had an appointment with Sébastien, who I originally met in French Polynesia, for a scuba dive at El Toro, one of the marine reserves around Mallorca. The dive was very nice, we saw a lot of fish and a large school of Barracuda!
After those two days we needed a couple more days of relaxing around our pool ;)
More pictures can be found in my web album.
Labels: diving, geocaching, pictures, traveling
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