Wouldn't it be great if you lived rolling-into-bed distance from your favourite pub? No messing about with taxis, buses, or that long walk home aided only by the odd lamppost when you've had a few.
Well Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas will be living the dream when he moves into his new €5 million villa at Cala Jondal where he spent much of this summer in a luxury beach bar if the pap snaps splattered all over the net are to be believed.
However, El Fabbo may just find that, after spending a third of his life in Britain, that life isn't such a beach living by the beach with very few facilities to offer. Poor Cesc will have to make a 35 to 40 kilometre round trip to get to his nearest Chinese takeaway, the Tia Chi Qi Gong, to pick up his girlfriend Daniella Semaan's sweet and sour pork with chips and rice after a night on the bubbly.
And life will be even more difficult should Sir Alex Ferguson pop in to chat about old times as there's not a single pizzeria in Ibiza that will deliver so far out of town for the Battle of the Buffet II. If I were Cesc, I'd make sure that Daniella always had a couple of Pizza Volares in the freezer just in case the United supremo called by.
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