Last day at the beach
Cala Ratjada Travel Blog› entry 13 of 14 › view all entries
June 21st, 2009 – by: Kurisu
It was cloudy, windy and the sea was in a pretty violent temper. As we cold see our favourite beach Cala Agulla from our balcony, we could also see the red flag flying at the lifeguards little tower.
Green Flag = "Have fun, knock yourselfs out in the sea!"
Yellow Flag = "Well, if you really have to, go ahead!"
Red Flag = "No way, dude! Are you crazy? Those waves are gonna crush you!"
No really good beach weather. We didn't care so much about this fact, because we were lucky to have had such beautiful weather all week long.
So we took it nice and easy this morning, and chilled out at the pool after breakfast, having drinks, playing pool and table tennis.
After lunch, sun came out a little bit, but it was still windy and the sea was still roaring. We then decided to walk down to Son Moll beach near downtown, because this beach is more protected against elements than Cala Agulla.
Behold! In fact, beach condition were somehow much nicer down here! Sun shining bright, green flag flying, too. So we enjoyed another nice afternoon at Son Moll beach.
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