Work in Ibiza
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Working in Ibiza for the summer
I arrived in Ibiza by accident, like most people. I was traveling through Asia, it was winter and I had enough of travelling but couldn’t see myself knee deep in Canadian snow. I phoned a friend who told me I could reside in his apartment in Playa Den Bossa, Ibiza and three years later, I haven’t moved. Ibiza is a new world for me, it is filled with passionate music lovers, who would die for their DJ’s or sound; vegans and vegetarians who need their Sunday outings at Casita Verde and a whole lot of spiritual followers who requires hours of meditation and yoga. I think the link-able traits for residents are that we all have that adventurous unconventional spirit that makes us want to lie free.
If you are looking for an island with the best sunset experience Ibiza is like no other. This destination is popular with a wide range of people, starting with party animals, families or hippies. Ibiza holds 56 beaches, some extremely turquoise others spectacular hidden spots that will leave you wanting. Ibiza is a fantastic place with more than a reputation for just debauchery and drugs. You can bike, hike, snorkel, come for relaxations and detoxes, visit the ramparts of old towns UNESCO heritage or simply lie down on the beach. Ibiza is a modest village of 100,000 plus during the winter, where you can meet a slew of interesting personalities, but during the summer season the island belongs to the five-million tourists. The connections you made while cocooning in winter evaporates with the heat and you scarcely see your crew until late September. Islanders and residents are busy earning their coins for the next six months insuring a deserving time off of 6 months as well. Best beaches: Salinas, Cala Compte and Cala Bassa.
My journey to Ibiza started in Bangkok and I flew with Egyptair straight to Barcelona, then another 50 minutes to Ibiza. This airport is the gateway to many European destinations during the summer. Ryan Air, Easy Jet, Transvia, Vueling and Air Berlin all fly directly to Ibiza. I live in Playa den Bossa.’,’I am currently staring my own business Trunkit. Guru and a cleaning company named iMop Ibiza. It is a very stressful but exciting time in my life and my partners. I also have an agency called Exile Bleu, we book vacation rentals for holidaymakers. Next year we want to focus on wellness and yoga retreats. Working in Ibiza is easy, there is always work in bars, clubs, hotels and a real avenue for young entrepreneurs. This island is just booming, I mean sushi arrived two years ago and they are now starting a coffee culture. Remember it is still a little village stuck in 90’s.
The main issue with living in Ibiza is housing, rent is expensive and getting worst and worst every year. I would advise anyone interested in working and living here to come as early as February to secure a home for the summer.
Work and Travel Ibiza
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