You get the picture. I actually left the island on 29th August.
In summary for those of you that thought this was a trip report (yeah right!) I suppose I best tell you some details. As you can gather, this was a family holiday and I'd only gone off within walking distance of the hotel, so the impression I've given you is not perhaps fair as there are a couple of good sites on the island (you can find these on proper trip reports). But generally, Menorca is quite devoid of birds in areas where anywhere else in the Med you'd find stuff. Found some great habitat but found not a lot amongst it basically, even the regular species, there just weren't any numbers whatsoever. Agreed Johnny knuckles must take some of the blame I suppose.
I did see a few nice birds though. Bikini-clad with shaved clams and everything. There really was a lot of fanny around. My advice is that you tell your missus you're off birding, grab your bins, find a beach, hide among rocks, view the blart on offer and try to pull it's head off. Magic!