Hotel Estudios Tropicana
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... Coming strong with my "YES!" attitude! I am happy I chose the activity that I did because I would have been exhausted for today's excursion AND I used a lot of that Spanish learning while out.
I have found that I am more likely to attempt my spoken Spanish when I am around people that understand just as much as my English as they would my Spanish. Therefore, I make the attempt to speak to them in Spanish as to practice and if needed, supplement with ...
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 ...
... one of the earlier buses of the day, I was awake. Laying there contemplating getting up at 630 to catch the 7am bus, I went back and forth as to whether I should just get up, get dressed and get back to Sant Antoni, or stay laying there for another 1/2 hour staring at the ceiling, waiting for the next round of the alarm to sound. In my usual last minute decision state of mind, I get up, knock on Shannon's door to let her know I'm leaving and if she wanted to lock the door behind ...
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 ...
... It was only then we realised how much we had acclimatised to Denmark. Having not been in Southern Europe for a few months we had forgotten the struggles. Such as public transport NEVER being reliable, different language barriers, and not knowing where to go and how to get their. WE HAD FORGOTTEN WHAT IT FELT LIKE TO BE FOREIGN. And we didn't like it. After exploring the very small city of Ibiza, walking along the marina and getting ...