Tuesday I managed to get up nice and early. We'd discovered on the Monday that the gym didn't open till 9 - I was very disappointed as I like to train before breakfast on holiday (usually at about 6 am) so we went down to the beach and I had a go at running on the sand till breakfast, then went to the gym at 9. This is when I discovered that I badly need new sports bras (one of the first things I did on getting home was order a bunch) - I was bouncing around on that treadmill like no-one's business! I lasted 20 mins then switched to a stepper to give them a break... it was too late though, they ached for the next couple of days! At the same time M was discovering major limitations in the weights end of the gym - he said something about Olympic weights but no Olympic bar, I gather that's a bad thing ;-)
The rest of the morning was spent in sun-bathing, then we went to an Italian restaurant for lunch,
chilled out in the room until the worst heat wore off, and spent a little more time wandering around before meeting the others for drinks and dinner - back in the Italian restaurant. I can't remember the last time I had such a lazy holiday, and it was relaxing, but I still wish I'd been more active.
Breakfast: Buffet. I tried for mostly healthy stuff, but didn't really manage it. They had a limited selection of fruits, which I exploited most days, some cereals which I had every day (including a muesli with chocolate chips - I'd never tried any of those before as I don't really go for chocolate in the early morning, but loved it so much I bought myself a (small) bag of dark chocolate chips when I went shopping after the holiday so I can keep doing it! If I go nuts and binge on the whole bag its only 506 calories and I won't get more), and a lot of cooked stuff - also most days. Every breakfast was multiple courses, and I pigged out pretty consistently!
Lunch: Antipasti followed by vegetariana pizza
Dinner: Seafood soup followed by shrimp (supposedly spicy, but not so much!) with pasta in a seafood & courgette sauce ( all the restaurants had 'romantic' lighting - ie very dark - so I had to use the flash, which isn't the best for food photos I know - so you'll have to excuse the glare!)