I've been promising the kids a surprise this week & tonight is the night. First it was Sunday Lunch at Nelsons, a lovely little restaurant in Son Vitamina in the middle of nowhere. However it is now that popular that booking in advance is essential and the only way to get a table. Hence me booking our table for 4pm, four weeks ago. We had a very warm welcome on arrival and the dogs were served with drinks ( a bowl of water before us!). Even the chef came out of the kitchen to fuss the dogs. I still say that I've not found a better Sunday Lunch in the UK. Today's choice was Pork with crackling or Roast Beef. Both served with home made Yorkshire Pudding, carrots, peas, cabbage, cauliflower cheese and a gravy boat to die for! All for less than 9 Euro's, plus the customer service is very professional and friendly with a little comedy twist thrown in. This is all thanks to Matt and Angie the owners. No wonder they have 5 stars on Trip Advisor. As always there was somebody there we knew! Jan, who I've mentioned in my earlier blogs came over for a chat, Thomas being his usual shy self wouldn't even say bye! So I prompted him to say bye duck lol! There was a couple on the opposite table & they looked up and asked if we were from Stoke. It was their first time to Menorca and they came from Burslem! We had quite a lengthy chat with them. They knew Cheddleton & Leek & they like to do walks in that area. The kids were kept entertained at Nelsons by the outdoor games they have instead of getting boggle eyed over iPad games lol! We ended up having three course's which is unusual for Nelsons as the portions are so big, but we had starved ourselves, all in preparation for the king sized portions lol! Afterwards, as we were close to the airport we had a quick drive over to the end of the runway to watch a couple of planes landing over the top of us. It was then time for the kids Surprise and I drove to Saint Lluis for their annual Fiestas and I was surprised how easy it was to park. We walked down the Main Street where a precession was in progress. Thomas piped up " is this it? Is this our surprise? Just this street full of horse poo!" Lol. Not knowing that just round the corner was a fair and lots of stalls inc hook-a-duck, shooting games, pancakes and loads of other food and drink stalls. Where we purchased Pomada's the typical Fiesta drink ( Gin and Lemon Fanta). Their eye's lit up upon seeing the lights and the next few hours were spent on the fair, with the kids going on the bungy trampoline's, dogems, dragon coaster, simulator ride, horse Derby, bouncing castle and the Mega Rana. The last of these being the biggest ride there. Great fun was had all evening. Toy was in Dyson mode as the streets of the fiesta's were littered with food scraps, rubbish from overflowing bins & Toy is a devil for scrounging for food on the streets & boy did she find it tonight. Even Dinky was eating scraps of doner kebab from the streets & I've never known her to do such a thing lol! The locals of the streets opened up their house doors to their fellow locals & they had buffets set up & drinks. It looked so inviting. To finish off the fiestas and evening was a fab firework display at 1/2 past midnight. The streets were packed with people celebrating the fiestas. After driving back to our resort we didn't get back to the apartment until 01:30.