I T'S that time of the year and this will be my last Viewpoint for a few weeks as I head off on my holidays. I am going to spend my cherished few days of the year on a beautiful island, with fantastic beaches, where you can get anything you want and you are spoilt for choice when it comes to finding something to do. Yes, you've guessed it, I'm staying in dear old Majorca and for the next 14 days I will go from journalist to holidaymaker although sometimes it is difficult to forget your profession especially when you spend a sizeable part of your working life writing about tourism! As a reader of this newspaper I have followed with interest the letters we have been receiving from tourists and the response their complaints have drawn from our politicians. I will be on holiday in the Pollensa area which has received its fair share of criticism from our readership. I have made my thoughts on this issue clear in other Viewpoints. It may have declined over recent years but it is still one of the best places to holiday in the world and I can speak with some knowledge on this subject as I have a wife who is never happier than when she is travelling to some sun-spot on the other side of the globe. I noticed that the Maldives has been voted the best beach and sun destination in the world. As far as I am concerned it doesn't hold a candle to Cala San Vicente. I think the main reason why tourists have complained this summer is that they are concerned about the island. And I can see why. But Majorca is very lucky also. It has won the loyalty of millions of British holidaymakers who come here year after year. From Monday I myself will join the Majorca loyalty card-holders and I am looking to have a great time and actually see the industry at the frontline. Everyone has an opinion on the tourist industry but from next Monday I will be with the people who really matter. It will be interesting to hear their thoughts.