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07-10-2012, 04:25 PM #11
Awesome pictures!! I leave in 2 weeks - will be staying in eivissa. Soo excited
07-10-2012, 08:24 PM #12
Privilege is actually supposed to be the biggest club in the world... I've been there a few nights when there were ~5,000 people, it is amazing.
Hope you have a great time there, jibaholoc!
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07-24-2012, 11:54 AM #13Member
- Join Date
- Sep 2009
- Marbella, Spain
I'm going August 14th-20th.... These are my prelim plans:
Aug 14th @ Amnesia - Together
Terrace Hosted By Annie Mac Presents
Jacques Lu Cont
@Ushuaia - Swedish House Mafia Presents: Refune
@Pacha - Subliminal Vs. Dirty Dutch
August 16th @ Amensia - Cream
Above & Beyond
Sander Van Doorn
AN21 & Max Vangeli
@ Ushuaia - Avicii
@Eden -Judgement Sundays
Main Room - Full On Ferry
Guiseppe Ottaviani (live)
Also plan to do some sightseeing around the Island... Friday maybe?'13 Nissan GT-R Black/Black
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'07 Audi A3 2.0 TDI DSG
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07-24-2012, 01:38 PM #14
Oh and definitely check out eivissa and the old city.
07-24-2012, 02:15 PM #15
Really jealous of the Cream and Judgement Sundays partys! I'm a big Trance fan, I've seen A&B a couple times already and I would love to see John O'Callaghan, Guiseppe Ottaviani, and Shogun.
Definitely take some time to do some sightseeing! I really want to parasail in San Antonio during the sunset sometime...
07-29-2012, 05:50 AM #16
This place is heaven on earth... David Morales @ Pacha just ended at 0715 AM and I've got a gaggle of Spaniards in my suite... The accents of these women ....
Will be posting photos and more details later.
08-02-2012, 07:49 AM #17
08-02-2012, 06:38 PM #18
Well because of this, I decided to change my plan. I was in London on the 20th and said screw it, I'm going to Ibiza. Went there for a few nights, with the first in San Antoni and the 2nd two in Playa Den Bossa. Went to Amnesia the first night and it was INSANELY packed. 2nd night I went to Dada Life and Avicii at Ushuaia which was incredible. Afterwards I made my way over to Space and thought it was slightly overrated but still fun! The 3rd and final night, we went to Pacha and saw Tiesto. Amazing! All in all, it's definitely a fun place to visit.
09-13-2012, 01:02 AM #19
Well...I've been back in the states for over a month now with the intention of posting this review sooner. However, every time that I had wanted to... I go off into a daze remembering and completely lose track of what I am doing. What I mean by this is that Ibiza is almost a spiritual, almost ritual experience.
Ibiza has this interesting reputation in people's minds as being a drug and alcohol crazed sex party, however that's just not the case. Ibiza is actually very chic, youthful, artistic, and classy. With anything it's the scene that you chose to expose yourself too. However, when all the jet setters of Europe, South America, and the Middle East get bored of the usual Paris, London, Berlin, Cannes, St Trop, Monte Carlo, etc; they head for Ibiza. What you get is a global mixing pot of jet setters who leave behind their inhibitions and attitudes for fun in one of the most beautiful places in the Mediterranean. You will rub elbows with people from every continent on the globe - sons of sheiks from Dubai, bankers from Switzerland, musicians from London, designers from Paris, actors from America, mine owners from Africa, students from Australia, the list goes on and on. A lot of rich and famous people vacation in Ibiza, more than one would think.
Ibiza as it turns out sets the tone for entertainment that the rest of Europe will follow 6 months later in terms of music, clothing, and atmosphere. The music and sights you will see in Ibiza now, you will see throughout Europe and the rest of the world after they have had time to spread. I've been listening to the music I brought back now for a month straight without listening to anything else.
Now, I tackled Ibiza alone - and I can say it was the greatest thing I have ever done in my life. Everyone wants to be your friend - I have never been in a place where it was so easy to meet and relate to people. On top of that the women are outstanding! And they all seem to forget to pack clothing! Tops are a thing of the past. The hardest decisions of your trip as a single man will be to go for the British girl in the corner, the Italian girl in front of you, the dark haired Spanish beauty by the bar, or the Swedish girl on the dance floor. You will meet a group of people and the next moment you are whisked away onto their yachts, getting tables with them, getting invitations to private parties, etc.
I can sit here and write an entire essay about all the places I visited and all the things I did, however in 10 days time there is just simply too much to put into words. Therefore, I am going to highlight a few places, venues, etc. If you want to know more, just ask.
09-13-2012, 01:03 AM #20
Ibiza from the plane:
Eivissa (main town/port): I stayed in Eivissa, it's where most of the restaurants and a good number of clubs and nightlife is. Great centralized location - 5 minutes from Playa d'en Bossa, 10 minutes from San Raphael, 20 from Sant Antoni de Portmany.
Es Paradis La Fiesta del Agua: This is one of the most unique parties I've ever been to - and it was one of the most memorable. The music is amazing, the design looks like a greek palace, and the people are beautiful. The whole time they are misting you like the vegetables at the grocery store - then at 4AM, the jets come on and the whole club floods - waist deep! Wear your swim trunks and brink a waterproof phone case and wallet and prepare to have a spontaneous pool party topless!
Pacha: I maintain this is the best club in the world. Host to DJs on a weekly basis such as Tiesto, David Guetta, Eddie Haliwell, Erick Morillo, Defected in the House, Paul Oakenfold, Sebastian Gamboa, etc (I saw them all). There are many different environments! There is the rooftop is broken into three sections: one section has an open lounge setting with no music, another section that looks like a cabana lounge with girls dancing in giant bowls, and another open space playing light music. Leave the roof one way and you are in the room that places hip hop influenced dance music, leave another way and you are in my favorite part - the Funky Room. The Funky Room plays electro disco and deep house music - think Graham Sahara / Willie Graff / Nic Johnson. They all lead into the main room where there are 2 VIP sections and the dance floor. The ultra-VIP section is connected to the DJ Booth. Have you ever wanted to interact and stand next to Tiesto while he is spinning? Well here is your chance! On top of that there is an amazing Japanese restaurant designed by Phillipe Starck with a live DJ that spins while you eat.
Pacha also has a hotel across the street called El Hotel that offers free admission into Pacha no matter what. Designed by Phillipe Starck and only offering suites, I opted to stay here.
Ushuaia: A fantastic outdoor concert area that features phenomenal day parties that lead into night (1700-2400). It is a hotel, however I wouldn't want to stay there as it is too noisy and the hoards of people make a mess.