Saeko Hamada Column #33: A Two-Week Holiday in Ibiza-Formentera01-09-2015
Sometimes, you hear people saying, "I broke up with my boyfriend/husband after our trip together, and I don't see my friends anymore because of the trip we made together." I feel so lucky that I still have both after so many times we've travelled together all over the world!
I must be very lucky to have a husband and friends who know all of my bad habits very well and are always forgiving.
Thanks to them, I had a very relaxing holiday in Ibiza-Formentera for 2 weeks again. I wonder how many people actually know that most of my trips I write about I always make woth my husband, friends, and family.
Mid-August in Marbella was full of social events; there were several events to attend, day and night. Then, I reached the point when I needed a holiday. I know that I live in one of the best resorts in the world, but trust me, I really needed a break.
In Ibiza-Formentera, everything is easy and simple, I've never had such a simple way of life! All without PC, big galas, and parties. We just went out for dinner with friends only because we felt like going out.
Waking up early, having breakfast at 10:00 a.m., and heading to the beach, where we also had picnics. We were swimming, sunbathing, reading books, exploring the area, and doing whatever we liked.
We were also meeting with other friends on a boat, for dinner, or just coffee, but none of this was planned beforhand.
In the evening, after siesta, we went for a walk in the town and shopping, and then we had dinner. On a side note, my husband was very happy that everywhere in Formentera he was able to speak Italian.
I am happy to be back in Marbella to see my friends and enjoy the rest of the summer social events, but I am still dreaming about a morning swim in clear water in Formentera. I hope you are all having a great summer, collecting beautiful memories.
Special thank-yous go out to all the people I met on this magical island for being so kind!
By: Saeko Hamada
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Special Thanks to Everyone I met in Ibiza-Formentera. Thank you for been so kind.
And during this trip I received a sad news our great master of horses who helped many of professional rider in Spain, Jose Manuel Perez Arroyo. Rest in heaven. A great father, Great friend, Great master of the horses. You always remain our heart. Thank you very much everything you did for me and my family.
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