Exhausted, we still have not seen all of Mallorca's wonders. But returning to the Tauck cruise itinerary, we will soon check off Menorca. Unlike the crossing from Barcelona, this next leg is hardly worth the time to unfurl the sails. After all, Menorca, which the Romans named "the little one," is only about 25 miles away as the Balearic shearwater flies. Our ship, fortunately, takes the scenic route, and I become attuned to the gentle rhythms of the Mediterranean again. We leave the Bay of Palma and make an exceptionally wide turn around the southern point of Mallorca. That takes us past another green islet, Cabrera, home of a national park. From there we enjoy the view of the sea, stretching quietly to the horizon. Before I've sorted the memories of Mallorca in my mind's photo album, Menorca comes into view. As we enter the harbor, it's clear this will be a much different experience.