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Bars & Restaurants in Pollensa, Majorca Where to eat and drink. For great reviews and comments on bars, cafes and restaurants. Do give locations if possible.

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Old 07-09-2005, 02:00
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Default 2 Restaurants for the Price of 1 - Ca'n Cuarassa & L'Aup

Our meal at Ca'n Cuarassa was to be the highlight of our holiday as I had enjoyed the restaurant when we visited back in May.

We called by the day before to book an outside table knowing (via the forum) that they had a small play area for children.

When we arrived at 8.30 the place was quite busy with families eating and we took our seats and ordered some drinks.

I happened to look down at my arm and was horrified to see a huge mosquito settling down for a good bite! Brushing it away I looked over at my son who had another huge one on his forehead!

It was then that I noticed the other diners flapping away more mosquitoes and I began to panic as none of us were wearing insect repellent as we had not seen a single one up until now.

Hubby was also being bitten on his legs and I realised I had been bitten four times in as many minutes. One kind lady was passing around insect repellent for the children but the thought of sitting and relaxing and being bitten was impossible, so we sadly got up and left immediately.

No-one questioned why we were leaving as hubby paid for our drinks and although I know mosquitoes are a hazard in the area, it might have been a good idea for the management to place citronella candles about to help alleviate the nuisance.

I was so upset about the whole experience and my arm the next day was like a balloon, painful and very swollen.

We managed to get a table at L'Aup again but the evening had been ruined. It ws interesting to note that we never saw another mosquito again during our stay despite eating outside every night.

Jane:\
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