Magaluf part 5. 🚢🍷 BOOZE CRUISE.

Hello beautiful people, I hope you’re all good! ❤️☺️ Today it’s time for the fifth and final installment of my Magaluf stories. I am soooo sad about this, I seriously need to go on another holiday ASAP.

I’m really looking forward to writing this post though since my last full day in Maga was definitely one of my favourites. I had so much fun and lived the life I wish I could live always. ✨

Day 7 was the Booze Cruise and it was an amazing day. When I first stepped onto the boat I was like nope, I’m going to have to get off immediately and bail on this one because the way the boat was swaying to and fro I thought I was going to be sick. I am so glad I decided to stay on though because I had an incredibly great time, so much better than I expected and I funnily enough I didn’t even touch a drop of ‘booze’. 😜

The boat had a free bar but you could only choose between Sangria or Beer, neither of which I’m a fan of. I did fill up a cup of Sangria just in case I got thirsty, but I knew I wouldn’t like it and decided it would be a waste of time to even try it. I poured the drink into the sea and bought a bottle of water instead. Much nicer and healthier. ☺️

The Booze Cruise was proper jokes, they played this game called ‘Rumours’ throughout in which people would tell the reps tales about their friends and then whoever had done something ‘naughty’ would get called out on it. The stories were hilarious with one guy getting publicly called out for sleeping with his mums hairdresser, ha ha ha. I feel as though that’s the tamest story I can share on here, but you get the idea. Some of them were pretty grim, but funny. I must admit I was slightly concerned that I was going to be called out for my incident with Towel Boy since he and his friends were on the boat too but luckily that didn’t happen. Thank God. 🙌🏼🙌🏼

Along with ‘Rumours’ they also had a ‘Boat Race’ which makes sense since we were on a boat, I chose not to participate though since the thought of alcohol was not appealing to me.

They also played a game were five boys were blindfolded and they all had to act out a night out scenario, eg getting ready, getting the drinks, having a dance and then pulling someone. Oh my God it was so funny to watch and as the game went on the guys got eliminated one by one until there was just one guy proper going for it making a right fool out of himself. He was getting so into it, it was a right giggle to watch.

The boat stopped for a while so we could all go in the sea and have a swim. 🏊🏼 Myself and Katie were the only two out of our group who decided to go in even though at the time I hated sea water (now I think it’s not so bad). Katie jumped in but I climbed in from the ladder to minimise the chance of me getting that horrible salty water in my mouth. If I were to have this opportunity again I would definitely jump or slide in and just make sure to keep my mouth closed because it’s probably a lot of fun.


We spent a while in the sea and we loved it. I had the time of my life floating, swimming and paddling. It was truly amazing to be chilling in the ‘middle’ of the ocean. As we were swimming in the sea we could see lots of other yacths passing us which we would wave at and there were jet skiiers about too! Amazing. I felt so happy and alive playing in the sea with my friend and in that moment I decided that I just had to get myself my very own yacht so I could spend the rest of my life that way.

After a while we got out and spent the rest of the afternoon dancing on the boat which was so lit. The sun was shining down on us, the music was blaring and I felt so good. The Booze Cruise was absolutely amazing and I just can’t wait to go on another boat trip. 🚢

After the Booze Cruise it was time for Chantal and I to go Parasailing. So exciting!! As a group of 12 we got onto the speedboat and sped around for a while as you do. We had to go up in groups of four and Chantal and I were in the very last group which meant we had longer to get nervous about the experience. 😋 Seriously I didn’t expect it to be as nervewracking as it was. When they set up the parasail it looked so huge and daunting, I was freaking out. We got attached to the parasail with a harness type thing and for the whole time we were up in the air it sounded as though it was going to break! I knew I was perfectly safe but it still didn’t sound good.

It was really amazing being up in the sky, we felt as though we were flying and it was such a great experience. Our time in the air was actually a lot calmer than I expected, we floated around pretty slowly so plenty of time to chill and admire the views. When they pulled us back down they dropped us into the sea before getting us back onto the boat, it was so funny and we were all squealing. Then I said ‘Gracias’ to the guy helping to run the boat and he looked proper impressed and replied in shock with ‘¿Hablas Espanol?’. I was like mate everyone knows Gracias. So giggly though and I do really want to learn Spanish!

After that we went home and got ready for our last night out in Magaluf. Wednesdays event was the Silent Disco and Maga Boy was there so we spent some time together, in the end it was just myself, Maga Boy and his mate. We then sneakily left his mate to go back to the hotel and just as we sit down in the room his friend starts ringing him angrily asking him where he is and told him that he was coming back to the hotel. Maga Boy then proceeded to run out of the hotel room and all the way down God knows how many flights of stairs, so obviously I had to follow. It was ridiculous! After that we wandered around aimlessly for a while until we gave up on finding anywhere to ‘sleep’ and said goodbye. Sad, sad times. Bye bye Maga Boy. 👋🏼👋🏼

Then after a rough nights sleep it was time to say goodbye to Magaluf! It makes me sad just thinking about it but I had such an amazing holiday and made so many good memories which I am so grateful for.

And sadly that marks the end of my Magaluf stories! 😞 Thankyou all so much for reading and for all of your lovely comments, I have enjoyed writing these posts and reliving my holiday so much.

Here’s to the next vacation. 😏🍸

Love, Jennie. ❤️ xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


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