Mallorca – Last Day
Dark clouds hovered over Capdepera. The sky was sad, just like us, today is the last day of riding.
A small group went for a quick ride up our “Small Kaloko” hill of Cala Torta. Julia and I decided to stay put and take care of “cleaning up” our camp. Bike clean and return, packing, etc.
The gang was back around 1pm. Quick shower and catching a ride with Peter to the well anticipated Midevil Festival in town.
Capdepera has a lot of history and a great castle on top of the town, it just celebrated its 910’s birthday.
For dinner we choose a special place, Sa Sinia, the well on the beach, a, lets say, German-Spanish specialties restaurant, with a great mix of food from both countries.
We had to share my fatherland’s cuisine with our fellow riders, especially the homesick plate, made of a huge German sausage with paprika and curry powder, topped with ketchup and french fries, hmmhh tasty. Gulped it down with a very good tasting local Mahou beer.
This was our final meal together.
Juilia and I would like to thank all participants for a great time.
A special thanks to Peter and Regina Sauerland for their hospitality and never ending care,
our sponsors, Joe from Subway in Kona, Profile Design in California, Dennis Hawkins of Today’s Health, Mike and Tammy Kelly of Tradewind Plastering, Mike of Holualoa Coffee, our local Radio Station B93-B97, Hammer Gel, Mike DeCarli of Aloha Greens , Garrett Oka of Sweet Tooth Dental and Penn Henderson for his great jersey designs.
Thanks for following, until our next adventure.
A hui hou, Oliver and Julia Kiel