Want An Exotic Holiday In Spain? Explore Ibiza’s Es Cana

Es Cana/Es Canar is a small beach resort village located about 28 KMs away from the Ibiza airport in Spain. This is a very popular tourist destination among the Europeans and travelers from across the globe. So if you are looking for a relaxing and lively holiday, look no further.How to reach there?Es Canar is a part of the Balearic Islands archipelago and one can take a tourist bus or taxi from the Ibiza airport to reach here. It takes about 40 minutes to reach there from the airport. This popular resort of Es Cana is located on the east coast of Ibiza. There are several options of accommodation which include low budget hostels and apartments to high-end state-of- the-art hotels which are complete with gym, sauna baths, multi-cuisine restaurants, bars etc.Things to do on the magnificent islandIf you are looking to relax in the beginning of your vacation, after a hectic work life, then take the first few days easy. Stroll on the coastline to the north to Cala Nova and Cala Leña. These idyllic places are ideal to rest in the shade or to swim from the sandy beaches on a bright sunny day. Choose between the beaches of Cala Martina, S’Argamassa, Cala Pada and Niu Blau and sit on the lounge chairs with a martini or long island iced tea.


After you have taken enough rest for the first few days and have regained your energy, take a walk to the coast to Santa Eulalia and rest on hammocks in the shady areas. Take your swimming gear and have a wonderful experience jumping from the rocks into the water. Bask in the glorious Mediterranean sun on the sandy beaches and get a lovely tan. While going, walk to Santa Eulalia and get a taxi or the ferry-boat back to Es Cana.Think about some water sports like parasailing, windsurfing and scuba diving. Keep one day aside for taking a fun boat ride and ferry trip around in the coastlines.Once you have had enough of water and Sun and are ready for some sight seeing, taking a trip on the Tourist Train is the perfect option. This train leaves directly from the resort and leisurely takes you around till the final destination of the historical village of San Carlos. This will be an excellent three-hour scenic tour and you can pack a small picnic basket to enjoy in the trip. Explore the 17th century farmhouse and pick up a few souvenirs from there. Take a bite to eat with your favorite cocktail at the magnificent Cesar’s beach bar, before winding your day and heading back to Es Caná. This trip undoubtedly is a fabulous way to explore and experience some of the special sites and uniqueness of Ibiza.No trip is complete without some fun shopping. Explore the outskirts of the resort on a Wednesday and you can’t take off your eyes from the merchandise sold in the Hippy Market of Punta Arabí. Every woman loves jewelry and you can find some great bargains brought from different parts of the world here. Inexpensive and beautifully crafted silver jewelry from India is very popular among the tourists. Some unique and colorful clothing, shoes and handmade leather goods at a very affordable price will be good gifts for your friends and family back home.


On a Saturday afternoon, take a stroll on the road to San Carlos. The Hippy market in Las Dalias boasts of some great hand-crafted products. During summers they also have a night market in Las Dalias and the color and vibe of this place will make you feel light in the head. Enjoy some interesting parties like Namasté with live music and DJs and groove with the latest hits with some lip smacking local cuisines and cocktails.Es Cana has all the elements of a perfect holiday without burning a hole in your pocket. So this summer are you going to unwind on the pristine beaches and gain a few pounds gorging on the tapas, slow-roasted free-range rotisserie chicken, sushi, seafood or other Mediterranean cuisines?

Tips And Strategies For Staying Focused While Working From Home

A good example of a distraction. So right now, I am working at my kitchen table which is my home office at the moment. My Son comes down and decides that he will make himself a bite to eat while I am right in the middle of trying to write this article. How would you handle the situation? Generally, we are on the same schedule and do have lunch together every day around the same time but today happened to be different because of his schedule. I tried to make him see that by entering the kitchen and making his lunch in the same space where I was working was a distraction. This just annoyed him and he left saying under his breath that I should not be working in the kitchen. He is right of course and this takes me to the next topic of the dedicated work area.

Dedicated work area. This is definitely a luxury in most homes and especially small apartments but you should make the effort to find and make a dedicated work space. If there is someone in the house with you all day as is the case with my Son they need to be made to understand that while you are in this space it should be respected as a work area. I will be practicing what I am preaching as soon as possible so my Son can have his freedom back in the kitchen. Providing yourself a delineation between home and work space will help make it clear that only work activities should happen in the dedicated work area. It is important to have boundaries and expectations when it comes to your work area. Now that you have your dedicated work area it is a good idea to establish your work hours.

Establishing your work hours. It is your work day, so instead of working haphazardly through the day set up your work hours. I generally start my day somewhere in the area of 10:00 am as I am involved with other matters in the home until then. I generally break for lunch around noon or 1:00 pm and take an hour for lunch. After lunch I generally work until 4:00 – 5:00 pm. So, I would say, I work from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm with an hour for lunch. There will be days that I will start earlier or finish later but at least deciding on a quitting time is helpful. Once you have your time set the day becomes more structured around what you are trying to accomplish.

Dressing for success. Get out of your PJ’s and sweat pants! Wearing these types of clothes make you feel like you are not really working and this will make you prone to distractions. Make it a point to get dressed every day as what you wear in your office has a direct impact on your work performance and productivity.

Work at another location. Besides the distractions of working from a home-based office it can sometimes get a little lonely. I know that when I started working from home I left the hustle and bustle of running an office of 60 people to being home alone. It was a little disconcerting at first. My local coffee shop became a second office and without the distractions of home and family, I found myself more motivated. It was also easier to focus on the task at hand and I definitely got more accomplished. It was also nice being around other people and not feeling so isolated.

Act as if you are going to work. This is a fun tip given to me by a friend. He told me that in order to fight off the distractions of working from home he fooled himself into thinking that he actually went to work somewhere else. He established a routine just like the one he had when he worked in an office. He would get up every day at the same time and perform his personal grooming and get dressed for work. He would actually leave his apartment, get in his car and drive somewhere. He would arrive back at his apartment and begin his work day as if he had gone to work. He did this until he became disciplined enough to work in his home office.

Conclusions and observations. Working from home is not for everyone. You have to be a disciplined person who is able to tune out the distractions while being motivated, focused and able to be productive. You also need to be a good communicator and let your family, friends and neighbors know your goals and expectations about your work day. Don’t forget to reward yourself for all of your efforts. Doesn’t a cookie sound good right about now?

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