5 MAGICAL DAYS IN IBIZA

MY 5 MAGICAL DAYS IN IBIZA

We arrived very early in the morning to Ibiza Airport. We were scheduled to pick up our rental car at the airport, but it turns out that it was actually a couple of miles down the road to the rental agency. Well we had no idea, so after asking around like dummies, we finally realized that we had a phone number so we called and they sent a van right away. We arrived and our rental wasn’t ready so we had some coffee with the lovely attendant and we waited to get our little Mazda coupe. It was perfect because we had minimal luggage and it was very spacious. I decided to drive first and the roads were a little curvy. DISCLOSURE: YOU MUST RENT A CAR IN IBIZA. Let’s say you are going during the busy, party, crazy season in the summer; then you stay at your resort and party your little heart out, no need for a car………BUT, if you go during down season and you go to enjoy the island and find secret sunset viewpoints, then you need a car because everything is a little drive away. By “little drive” I mean like 30 plus minutes driving. The island is small but there are tons of lights and a little traffic. Remember they close early and for siesta so do all of your shopping before 4:00PM. After driving around for pictures, we decided to connect with friends and stay at there beach villa with a beach view!! What a treat.

Our friends @legendaryourlife hosted us for 5 days and 4 nights in Ibiza. The villa was perfect; all rooms had a pool and beach view and you woke up to the sunrise out your glass window. It was a lovely break from my days in Barcelona Tag Barcelona post here))). That night, we had a light dinner and some wine and called it a night with our friends. We woke up to a quiet house, the housemates (couple) Tanya and Machiel were doing Yoga on the roof and then jumped in the pool. I served @dimagetsaway breakfast in bed and I charged the coffee pot with strong coffee and waited as I listed to meditation “Cafe del Mar” buddha music. We showered and quickly headed on the road to go and catch the sun in Es’Vedra.  Es’Vedra is the third most magnetic place in the world and you can definitely feel the energy when you are there. We charged our necklace crystals and we headed to take more shots. This magical island is very small but amazingly pleasing to the eyes. It’s between deep blue and crazy turquoise waters and it pokes out like a sore thumb. Its beautiful. We did some mediation for about an hour and then took some of the best epic pictures. Check out my beloved’s Instagram page @dimagestsaway to see more.

We set beautiful intentions and left them for the island to make them true. We then headed out to prepare the epic Seafood Paella with our housemates before welcoming another six dancer friends around the island. I know what you are thinking, Dancers, hmmm….No, not that kind of dancers. They are professional dancers who hold seminars and classes around the island. Anyway, well they brought vegan dishes and we made the Seafood Paella (picture above in picture diary). The wine was finishing so we played a couple of rounds of Dictionary and then we moved to ecstatic dancing. Our friend @legendaryourlife provided the glow in the dark with movement bracelets, (I know, Cool!) well danced the night away and then the wine was suddenly gone so we pulled out beer and that went quick as well so it was late and we needed to call it a night.

Everyone said their good-byes and we cleaned and chatted the night away. We then took the next day to meet our lovely spiritual mentor @neweartharchitect  and he had us for tea and cookies with his lovely family of a little boy of 2 and a pregnant fiancé, and it was perfect. I played with the baby while Dimag did some chatting with Cristof. We then headed for a Vegan dinner with some new friends.  Around 5PM, our friends invited us to go a secret spot to see the sunset. We invited a couple more friends and we witnessed one of the most beautiful sunsets in the history of my life anyway. Pictures above don’t do it much justice. It was starting to get cold (weird weather for the island) so we hiked a ride wth one of our new friends and headed home. Ibiza has to be one of the most magical places I have been. I felt recharged to go to Barcelona and make things happen. I decided to start writing more and more. I know it is not perfect, but my only hope is to share my stories with you guys and inspire you and hope to hear about your stories. Tell me have you guys been to Ibiza? Did I miss seeing something?