Insotel Hotel Formentera Playa
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... bought at the mercado before we left Sant Antoni was not cutting it! The descent was quick and lovely, but the amount of stopping needed to be nipped in the bud!
When we came through the tree canopy, I saw a building and recognized it as the one that we had lunch at. My heart jumped into my throat for a split second and I thought that we had gone all the way around the mountainous range FOR NO REASON. Well, we did, but alas we were not lost, just enjoying ...
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 my "usual place." I think that time has come. We meet there for drinks, food, breakfast, coffee. AND! Its owned by a guy from Granada, free tapas people! I love it! Anyway, he invited me to join them for a beer and chatting. This is such a wonderful group of people and I couldn't be happier I have landed in their "care." They all speak in Spanish or Catalan, but its good for me to hear the rapidity of their words and hopefully one day... I will understand them. :D
... 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 ...