This morning we were lucky enough to see the turtle that lives in the Pillar Cove area. We had been told about this old turtle however almost on our departure he mysteriously appeared, as if to say goodbye to us all. Our young Australian friends, Mitch and Sarah made their departure to prepare for their return to the UK, after having spent many months cruising the Mediterranean. Our departure took us to the nearby Wall Bay which we had not experienced to date. We were keen to try the restaurant so we chose to moor along the restaurant quay for the night. Fortunately as we arrived a great position became available on the outer quay which we accepted happily. It is always easier to moor our boat when there is lots of space! As the day went by, the quay gradually filled up and there was a hive of activity around the yachts and also in the restaurant and bar area. We chose to get a little exercise before dinner which had become quite a ritual for us. After making a booking, we prepared for the evening which followed by having a couple of nice cocktails aboard before joining the large crowd in the restaurant for dinner. The open air kitchen was buzzing with people cooking and preparing food and also customers viewing and selecting the produce on the menu this evening. After taking our turn and making our selection we settled at our table and ordered some wine. The restaurant was very busy with hardly a table available. We were glad we booked! Amongst all the loud chatter one could hear a lone guitarist playing and singing his medolies to willing patrons. He spent his evening moving from table to table serenading happy yachties with his tunes. Fortunately we were close enough to the table beside us to endure the experience without having our evening taken over!! At the next table were a delightful group of sailors from Holland which we later befriended and spent some time exchanging boating experiences. Chico, a minature doberman was part of the crew on their boat and she spent her evening also visiting the nearby tables or sitting on her proud owner, Delphien’s lap. Our dinner when it finally arrived, was very pleasant with basic grilled fresh fish, salad and amazing French fries. Later our new friends came aboard for a nightcap which was a very pleasant way to finish a lovely evening.