azuLine Hotel Mediterraneo
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- Swimming pool
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... near the apartment and already I feel revived and ready for the next 3 1/2 months. The actual neighborhood is quiet and calm, but a quick 5 minute walk down any of the staircases leading into ibiza and I have everything at my fingertips. Some might say this is possible in San An as well, but the buzz here is so much louder and vibrant. I found the paseo, beach, grocery stores, plenty of closed shops but enough open ones to make up for those that are closed. And the people. I sat ...
I went to the only church in Sant Antoni this morning and experienced the second Catholic service in my life, this time in Spanish. Although I understood only words and no real meaning yet, I am happy that I went and had the experience. It was good to be in a church during service, but I have to admit I was wildly distracted by a lot of things. First by the set up of the church, which I have come to know through visiting many churches ...
... community, language.
Yesterday I was the happiest I have been since arriving here on the island and was basking in all that I am thankful for. Megan and I had planned a Thanksgiving lunch for our friends to experience our tradition of the holiday. Not only was something planned for a specific day, which is rare!, with the people I like most and care about, but I was also in my element of taking care of others. We planned a menu of chicken, green ...
There continue to be days where I wonder what possessed me to accept this placement in Ibiza of assisting with the teaching of English to high schoolers. This placement on an island that nearly completely shuts down after September. On this island where I am daily among those who speak not only Spanish (Castellano), but also Catalán, those who speak little English and various other languages of the world. In a climate where outside you will be warm in the sun and chilled ...
... history and culture in this way.
~Santa Agnes and Cala d'Albarca. An adventurous hike which lead to breathtaking views of cliffs, heart palpitations from Megan and Little Cito jumping from rocks and Megan getting incredibly close to the edge, and an all around spectacular adventure with great people.
~ Cala Bassa. The original plan a more extensive hike was cancelled due to the heavy winds, so we took to a more cautious trail near Sant Antoni. Still amazing ...