Agroturismo Can Gall
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Okay so we are on to Tuesday - our "rest" day
Tuesday we woke up to thunderstorms. It was still warm but it was wet, so we slept in and spent some time by the pool using the free wifi. We then headed into Ibiza to get ice cream and do a bit of shopping. That afternoon the weather had cleared and we went scuba diving and snorkeling on an island just off the coast. We had a basic instruction of what will happen while we dive, we were ...
... when they say they're not ready to go straight to the club and would prefer to grab a bite and a drink at Fusion, the nearby establishment.
In fact, the humidity and sheer, sapping heat means I order three drinks at once and sink them fast, trying to rehydrate. We sit out the final hour of baking weather and head to DC10 for 7pm, the temperature having dropped to a mere 30 degrees by now.
At first I'm a bit bemused by the whole place. Once past ...
... tickets and luckily got one for Kate.
Kate's interview went well and she got a trial on Monday.
So we went back to the apartment and pre drank then we went to the event!
We got in a taxi and got dropped off in a car park near the event.
Brooke decided she needed to wee so she ducked around a corner not knowing she weed in a wasp nest haha and got stung on her arm, never seen her get up so quickly with her pants around her ankles hahaha was a great laugh, we put vodka ...
... us $45 EU each for tickets. Space is a massive club with two rooms, a main room and another smaller room called the Terrace. We started off in the Terrace and saw Nicole Moudaber, an Italian techno DJ who was just awesome and had a few drinks. When I say a few, I mean as many as we could afford! Drinks at Space were ridiculously expensive, I mean like 14 EU ($20 AU) for a beer and 12 EU for a water!
After the Terrace, we hit the main room for Carl Cox. ...
... with a friend by car to Spain.Working as a tourist guide in Ibiza is quiet a hard job.Specially if the company you are working for is unorganized.Anyway I had a really good time in Spain, but unfortunately I get never paid for my work and after two months i decided to leave.
But let me start at the beginning.I worked for a swiss company who offered all inclusive journeys from Switzerland to Ibiza.My job was to take care to the tourists and sometimes ...