If you think that the only thing to do in Ibiza is party the night away in one of their legendary nightclubs, you are mistaken. If you are more a down to earth traveler than a night owl, Ibiza offers you “lingering fiery orange sunsets” and “gin-clear water”.
Here is an extract from the blog article written by Dr Roger Welch; an eye surgeon, blogger and travel enthusiast; about his recent experience on Miaplacidus.
“The next day we first sailed to “King Kong”, our term for a fantastic rock island a larger version of an island we know in Australia’s Whitsundays. In Spanish, “es Vedra”, and its smaller sibling, “es Vedranell” adjacent. Es Vedra has a height of 382 m, is mostly bare rough rock, but looks climbable. It is a protected area for bird life and is a nesting area for the seabirds of the area…We anchored up in the es Raco Fosc area, with the stern nearly on the rocks, and I went in for a lovely snorkel, enjoying especially the deep gentian purple colour of the clear water.”
For the full article and more pictures, visit Dr Welch’s blog here.