A round-up of Ibiza's music and arts, now and over the next few weeks. For those who think nothing happens in Ibiza over the winter, in this week's edition 810 19th November, we feature 23 music events/regular venues, 4 art exhibitions, 3 children's events, 2 charity events and 1 theatre production - and we have only scratched the surface.
Mum and Ibizan correspondent Carly Sorrensen, takes us through her journey in the procedures for the registration of baby and obtaining the various required documentation. Though our guide is specific to Ibiza, much of the process will be identical throughout Spain
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Those who've been to Formentera before will know how stunning our sister island is, but for those who haven't, let me paint a little picture. White, sandy, clean beaches, turquoise and crystal clear waters, pretty little towns, a few historic ruins, gorgeous, character laden beach chiringuitos (and a couple of the seemingly omnipresent 'beach clubs'), rows of ancient little boat houses and miles of unspoilt nature. I imagine much like Ibiza thirty odd years ago.
The classes are held various centres in Santa Eularia, Sant Antoni, Cala de Bou, Sant Josep and Sant Jordi. The courses are very low cost, just a registration fee which last time we heard was just 16€, for a 16 week course.
Cat Milton gives her thoughts on San Juan's Cat Cull and Carly Sorenson asks why breastfeeding in public could be considered wrong.
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