I am back. Professional and private tasks kept me busy lately, but I am extremely happy to pick up on blogging again. Plus, I didn’t want to heat up pictures from past travels but return with something new, so here it is:
This little island gets packed with six million visitors a year – the whole of Paraguay travelling to an island of a little more than 130.000 inhabitants – so be sure to travel out of season if you are calibrated like me.
Anyhow, what you see on the picture is in Cala Comte, close to Sant Antoni on the west coast of Eivissa. The sea is extremely beautiful, almost caribbean, with a particular sea grass (posidonia oceanica) growing only in the mediterranean and in Australia (posidonia australis). But okay, enough with education.
Eivissa is also a quite interesting dive spot with sunken lighthouses, ship wrecks, baracuda schools (all seen) and dolphins. I didn’t see them yet – nowhere in the mediterranean – so I consider their existence an urban legend until I see them with my own eyes. Personally, it is a perfect preparation (linguistically and dive-wise) for the things coming up. So stay tuned…Tata!