Aguas de Ibiza
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Said excursion today was AWESOME! We left at 945am to meet some others at Cala Mastella, which is in the north eastern part of the island. Just that small cala was beautiful. I was excited as to what was in store for me. This again was one of those "I have no idea what I signed up for, but will likely blow my mind" type of experiences. It was. There ended up being about 20 of us, and excuse my language but ...
My friends Elisabeth, Brittney, and I needed something to do for the day in Ibiza. We found a woman selling tickets for a glass bottom boat with unlimited Sangria. She told us we could drink Sangria until we fell off the boat. The boat was neither glass bottomed, and we received one half-glass of Sangria when we arrived, but this beach made it worth the ...
... get in a car and go to a new view with someone, I am in awe of this island (or as Fede says, "iseland." Sounds like Iceland, every time. Makes me smile. I'm not the only one working on a different language around here. :D) We walked around for 10-15 minutes and then got back in the car. We drove through the windy paisaje and ended up at a beautiful lookout, which we walked out to, overlooking es Vedrá. I had heard of this place before because many people on the island have told me ...
... The warmth came back after about 40 hours, the ears took a bit longer! We spent that night eating pizza by the pool.
On Wednesday we had to catch 3 different buses to get to Es Cana (which actually turned out okay). Like the rest of Ibiza, the northern town had a beautiful clear clean beach. But we hadn't come for the beach we had come for the Hippy Markets. Walking through the small beachside town it reminded me a bit of Port Fairy. ...
... some weird yummy drink and enjoyed our pampering. We then weren't ready to leave so wandered up to the lounge to have dinner in the same luxurious, bali atmosphere. Tapas and cocktails into the evening our Ibiza holiday had redeemed itself and we were in holiday mode.
Monday was our quiet day, we caught the bus into Ibiza and walked through D'Alt Vila (Old Town). Once again showing off my hiking skills over the steep inclines ...