Dear Sir, Re: Bulletin June 21, 2003, Cala Bona beach
Having read the article and been a visitor to Cala Bona several times a year for the last 20 years I would like to endorse the comments regarding the beach and also the surrounding area. The beach has been deteriorating for many years with the seaweed, which seems to increase every year, a major problem. The efforts of the man employed to clean the beach are laughable. The time he spends on the beach is minimal and he pushes large amounts of the seaweed back into the sea. The rest is left around. The edge of the beach by the wall is full of weeds and grass as are the surrounds of the new shower. The grafitti on the pump house has been there for several years. Boxes thrown over the wall by local shop owners have been there for over a year. The new pedestrian area is excellent but one wonders how long it will take for it to become like the existing pedestrian area which is falling apart as little or no maintenance is done from year to year. The park, one street back from the front, was developed by the council some years ago, and is now neglected and full of weeds and rubbish.
Michael Moore
West Wickham, UK
A big thank you to everyone in
Majorca for a great time
Dear Sir, JUST back from two weeks holiday in Puerto Portals, staying with sister. Had a fantastic time the people made us most welcome in a world which is changing daily. My wife and I would like to thank everyone for there kindness and hope to return very soon as it is currently very cold in Edinburgh, once again many thanks to all concerned.
Mr P Graham
Edinburgh, Scotland


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