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At 40,000 feet, the plane is awash in youth. Aboard the Transavia flight from Paris to Ibiza, Mary Winston Nicklin’s Virginian mother — 68 years young — raises an arched eyebrow at the party-ready passengers. Seated across the aisle from them: Mary’s French husband and two young daughters (4 and 6). What are they doing taking a family trip to the Spanish isle famous for its hedonistic nightlife?
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Source: The Ibiza Few Know Of