Parma, Mallorca, Spain


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October 8th 2018
Published: October 13th 2018
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Barcelona to Palma, Mallorca


Our first stop is Mallorca’s capital city, of Palma. A rugged island with nice beaches. Palma is home to café, art scene and historic sights. Taking the bus early is most satisfying, we able to enjoy the site before the crowd came. The city's massive gothic cathedral is poised on the sea wall above the marina. A former Arabic fortress and residence for Moorish kings.

Guess what? This is also where the "Ensaymada" (our favorite Pastry) originated and brought over to the Philippines by the Spaniard conquistadors. So we found a Pastisseria "CA NA CATI" selling ensaimada.

Feeling a little bit under the weather, we headed back to the ship after a 3 hour tour, took a much needed rest in order to be ready for our first formal dinner.


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