italy, spain

Back to Rome: Ibiza Night 2

After our perfect day at Cala Salada, we headed back to our hostal to shower and relax.

We had a late dinner so that we did not have to wait much before hopping on the DiscoBus to Privilege. The Discobus is a late night bus that continuously stops at all the main clubs in each area of the island all night long. Luckily, it was very easy to figure out.

Upon arrival at the bus stop outside the club, we were slightly confused about where to go. There was no sign for the club, but we headed through a large white archway, assuming that would be the club. We were right.

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The girls

Privilege is apparently “The world’s largest nightclub” according to the Guinness Book of World Records. I have never been to an actual club before, and I was blown away by my experience at Privilege. First of all, the promoter really hooked us up with the wristbands she threw at us on the beach. The entry, which is normally at least $40, was only $10! The club was huge and open, almost like a warehouse-turned-nightclub. The music was spot on. I danced to Rihanna, Justin Bieber and Red Hot Chili Peppers at a nightclub in Ibiza. How does it get better than that? The lighting, the music and the energy surrounding me was incredible and I did not want the night to end.

The thing about Ibiza, which is referred to at the nightclub capital of the world, is that the night does not start until 12 am for most and does not end until 6 in the morning. The main DJ did not start his set, which was accompanied by dancers, until two in the morning. We left shortly after that, as we knew we needed some sleep if we wanted to survive the next day.

I could not have been more excited about my first day on this beautiful island. From the beach to the nightclub, everything worked out more than perfectly. I had quite possibly one of the best days of my life, and I was so thankful I would get one more day to spend there

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