Girls do Majorca | Thomson Family Resorts

Anyone who follows me on Instagram or Twitter will know last week Shine and I had the fortune of travelling to Majorca with Thomson to stay at one of their Family Resorts – the Protur Aparthotel Bonaire – in Cala Bona. Apologies for inducing feelings of envy with the stream of picture-perfect blue skies.

I have bad news for you. I have more shots, lots more, and over the next week I’ll post about our experience. If you’re feeling sensitive about impending gloomy weather please look away when you see the tag #thomsonpreschoolertrip or ‘Thomson Family Resorts’ in the post title as I can’t promise not to upset you.

If you want to know what I thought of the Thomson Family Resort where we stayed and the immediate area, how I found travelling with Thomson, and what we got up to in Palma, then carry on, as you were, dropping by this week.

As a warning of what’s to come, this is the sign that caught my eye as we stood at reception checking in, sipping on ice cold water at 10 in the morning…

weather in mallorca | bluebirdsunshineAnd when we got to our apartment this is the view I saw from our balcony. Ouch.

View from Thomson Bonaire Mallorca | Bluebirdsunshine

Hard to believe we were in Gatwick only a few hours before.

So here we go, strap yourself in and brace for more photos of Mallorca over the next few days!

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Thomson paid for Shine and I to travel and stay with them but all opinions are my own.
I am a member of the Mumsnet Bloggers Network Research Panel, a group of parent bloggers who have volunteered to review products, services, events and brands for Mumsnet. I have not paid for the product or to attend an event. I have editorial control and retain full editorial integrity.

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3 responses to “Girls do Majorca | Thomson Family Resorts

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