Sunday, 21 June 2009
In Spanish it's called a banda sonora. That's also the term for those strips that go across a road in an attempt to slow down speeding motorists by making a loud noise as th etyres hit them. When we lived in Cala de Bou there was a lad driving a yellow Beamer who, if he hit 187kph along the Es Puet road could actually play La Cucaracha on the Bandas Sonoras!
In San Antonio on c/Ramon y Cajal they've got whopping big 'sleeping policemen' which are real suspension testers as they're high, and wide enough to house a zebra crossing.
Just by chance the other day as I was negotiating the street, in a perfect Ibiza moment, this came on my mp3 soundtrack in the car.
Thursday, 18 June 2009
So, from the top, let the Ibiza cliches commence.
Sa Talaia from the Bar in the Sky
Chiringuito el Cielo lounge lounge
Lounge pod with bamboo poles
Yoga platform with Buddha and bamboo poles
I reckon I could get into The Times women's supplement if I was 30 years younger!
Tuesday, 16 June 2009
Thursday, 11 June 2009
Monday, 8 June 2009
From the top
To your right - the car park
To your left - the road which connects the main San Antonio to Ibiza road to the Avenida Es Cubells via the town hall and the car park
To your right - the street which leads to a goat farm