Apartamentos Club Paradise Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... those that I KNOW will likely understand me in English I am more likely speak in English and supplement with Spanish. This weekend was great for my Spanish as it seems Ximo often doesn't understand me, so why not right? During our bike ride, familiar words all around with no one else or noises around, and then today on a walking excursion with Ximo and Ana (another teacher from my school), I had ample opportunity to work on my spoken Spanish and just as much time ...
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 ...
... was happy to be there, but really just wanted to go home and shower. Everyone has been so nice and welcoming, its hard to say no.
Fede had mentioned at breakfast that morning possibly going to Octubrefest in Sant Rafael since the dinner was not happening. Since I am at a point of saying yes to pretty much anything that comes along, when he sent me a message at 8 asking if I would like to join him, I, of course, said yes! I was anticipating a big festival, after all ...
... 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. ...
... waterfalls, water passages and neon green pools we were guided through and given an explanation to where the smugglers entered and exited it was really interesting.
We then wandered back down the mountain to find lunch at a local cafe where I had some local authentic Paella. I love paella but this one had lots of meat on bones, that was a bit of a turnoff but it was still delicious. After lying in the clear still waters of ...