Hostal Mar y Huerta
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... so tuckered out that on the drive back, I hardly said 5 words. But! I still managed to spit those 5 words out in Spanish!
Goal for the weekend was: explore and speak. I think those two things were more than accomplished.
Oh and.. let this be a warning. As the post indicates, the switch has been flipped. I no longer take responsibility for what language I post or speak in. I can almost guarantee that it will be a large mix of both from here on out. :D
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 ...
... head to the bus. Well, come to find out, the first bus leaves from Sant Antoni and the first bus returning to Sant Antoni does not come until 730. So, really, I could have stared at the ceiling for another 20 minutes.
Upon returning home, the plan was to lay down and sleep some more, but regardless of how little sleep I get, my body does not like to nap. I laid down for about 20 minutes and then I get a message from Fede, math teacher, asking if I'd be up for meeting ...
... was finally time to board. We arrived in London at 11pm however it took us an hour to get through customs! We had a hotel booked for the night, despite have to be back at the airport at 4am, so caught the shuttle to enjoy our 3 hours sleep. Back at 4am we were off at 6am and touched down in Aarhus at 8.30am on Friday morning to pouring rain and a delicious 12degrees. Welcome Home!
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... positioned from where they would protect themselves. After we found our way out we caught the bus to San Antoni on the opposite side of the island. We wandered along the wide stretch of beach and had dinner in a local restaurant which was delicious. Walking along the streets we met a guy with a market stall that was up for a chat. He explained come end of October EVERYONE IS GONE. Hardly any restaurants are open, there is no market ...