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    • lauzieslifestyle says

      Thank you! I would say September. When I went, everyone told me it was the best time because the island is more quiet and relaxed, but there is still a big atmosphere and people attending all the events. The club’s close mid September though.

  1. Ely says

    Sounds and looks beautiful and so much fun (and I could totally tell it was very expensive!) lol! Thank you for this info!! If I never get to go somewhere beautiful like this- I can at least say I lived a little bit of it through you!

    • lauzieslifestyle says

      Aww thank you! I saved up on my hotel and went somewhere quite cheap. I also saved on breakfast by getting the deals – some places have offers like coffee and a fry-up/toast for 5 euro’s. On the strip many of the bars do deals.
      I would say just save up for the events and clubbing. I will feature more of my images on different posts which might give you more idea of what it is really like. x

  2. whatismaria says

    Thank you so much for your honest review – it’s great to know that Ibiza is essentially suitable for anyone, not just partygoers, and that there is such a great range of activities available. I’m glad you enjoyed your holiday! <3

    • lauzieslifestyle says

      So I noticed in San Antonio Bay, many tourists are there and so you can buy a fry-up or morning breakfast for about 5-8 euro’s. On the strip as well, there are plenty of bars offering deals on drinks and cocktails and restaurants with standard food prices.
      Where it gets incredibly expensive, is the taxi’s, the events and the clubs. Once inside any pool party or club, you can spend ridiculous amounts. Depending on what you want to do, you can avoid high expenses. I would say go with a group of 3 or 4 and you can split sunbed costs etc between you. xx

  3. Mrs.S LDN says

    Great tips! I have never been but its someplace I’d love to go! Hope you feel better soon to! There is nothing worse than getting a cold / flu after holidays. It makes you even more depressed at being back in the rain 🙂 xx

      • Mrs.S LDN says

        Oulu Gatwick is ages away!!! Hope it wasn’t to bad a journey home!
        Its on the bucket list with oh…. 100 other places 🙂 There just isn’t ever enough holiday days in a year for sure xx

        • lauzieslifestyle says

          It is only a 30 minute drive from where I live because the A3 is so close to my house. If it took the train than it would take forever!
          Yeah the minute I got back, I realised there are still so many places I want to visit! xx

          • Mrs.S LDN says

            Handy!!! City is closest for me and then Stanstead is handiest after that! Plus parking is quite reasonable in Stanstead!
            Wheres next on your list?
            xxx

          • lauzieslifestyle says

            I have always wanted to go to Italy and Hawaii. I would also love to travel to South America but I do not like long plane journeys. I had to drink a lot to get to Miami lol!! xxx

          • Mrs.S LDN says

            South America sounds kinda scary for me! I have heard a few horror stories and always thought of these when people mention it! Really? Long journeys are ok for me, my cousins gets valium, have you tried that? xx

          • lauzieslifestyle says

            Ok I am very curious – what horror stories? I am partly from South America but I have never been. I know there are some really dangerous places.
            I haven’t tried valium but I will next time I fly. I usually just go with being a little tipsy – luckily I have never got drunk and been embarrassing!! xxx

          • Mrs.S LDN says

            Muggings and people getting into some tricky situations. I suppose that can happen anywhere… Where in S.A have you connections?
            See i’m a smoker, i start having drinks and I’m like…. hmmmmm hahahaha!! xx

          • lauzieslifestyle says

            Well my grandad was from Guyana (next to Brazil) and he won a scholarship to study in the UK. He then met my grandma who is half German and English. They moved to Zambia to be teachers. By the time they came back to the UK, my grandad passed away and so I have no idea about Guyana or what connections are there.
            I don’t have a need to visit specifically. I was thinking somewhere like Peru or Chile. I remember going to Paris and everyone kept saying – oh my friend got mugged. I literally walked round clutching my handbag haha. xx

          • Mrs.S LDN says

            Wow that’s amazing!! That’s pretty impressive actually! I’m Irish through and through, maybe an odd post man thrown in there for good measure but thats it 🙂 I would love to do the Inca trail… is that how you call it??
            Loads of people always ask about pick pocketers in London, touch wood, it’s never happened me or any of my people who have come to visit! My dad did nearly have his wallet taken in Paris…. 🙂
            xxx

          • lauzieslifestyle says

            You could have some South American in there from centuries ago lol! I think because London is more home to me, I do not think of them. Anywhere else is more foreign so you feel more fearful. xxx

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