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... come on. A head to water for a quick cool down then retreat to the shade awaiting sundown.
One of my neighbors has rounded up a group for tonight's festivities so with my friend that has come over from Barcelona we make our way to the Disco bus just before midnight. For some reason I was envisioning a bus with blacked out windows, blaring techno and a shiny disco ball hanging from above. It was just an ordinary bus, overfilled with drunken partiers but it did have really ...
Today everyone slept in then Kelly, Madhu, Aria, Brandon, and I took a ferry to Formentera, a small island off the coast of Ibiza. At Formentera we grabbed paella for lunch then relaxed on the beach. In the evening we went to dinner at La Brasa near the old port. Afterwards we came back to the apartment and drank on the ...
In the morning Mike and I went running then got juice from Wild Beets. Everyone headed to the Salinas beach and got a bed at Jockey Club. Rachael and I went shopping at the boutique near the beach. We tried to meet up with everyone near Ushaiua but snuck in a side door into the hotel and got into the BBC concert, where Calvin Harris performed. Afterwards we all drank on the beach then went to a hip hop club called ...
... has been restocked with decent lager (Budweiser) and proper ice cream cones. However they've now run out of Coca Cola, Fanta and Sprite in the refillable cups drinks machines. Oh and the new toilet paper they've left us is rough on my bum.
Anyway, tomorrow we've got a day at sea and Wednesday we land at Cadiz, our last port before sailing home.
I've put some more pictures at the bottom of this blog.
... 7am and anchored in one of the coves on Ibiza in darkness around 10:30pm.
It was a bit of a slog as the wind was NE'ly and the swell E'ly – so not the greatest for making speed. Nevertheless after some tacking and a bit of motor sailing in the end we got there. Yippee – we're in Ibiza – never thought / dreamt of this in my life.
Before the sunset we could see some boats in the vicinity we were looking ...