Travel Blogs from Lanzarote, Spain and Canary Islands

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Lanzarote - Playa Blanca, Playa Blanca, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Lanzarote - Playa Blanca

A travel blog entry by gonetilwhenever

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If you are reading this entry to get some tips for Lanzarote; its sights, sounds and attractions - you might as well click your 'Back' button now! Our intention when we booked our trip to Lanzarote was to relax, relax and relax. That was exactly ...

New Year´s Day - BBQ, Arrecife, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

New Year´s Day - BBQ

A travel blog entry by hvbaskey

Today, for our last full day in Lanzarote - we stayed at the resort and enjoyed a BBQ put on by the poolside bar.  It was a very enjoyable day and Anthony was one of the stars for the day, as he put his Canadian BBQ skills to use and BBQ´s for the ...

Chillin' for a week in the sun, Lanzarote, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Chillin' for a week in the sun

A travel blog entry by dmp3380

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Not exactly inviting..., Lanzarote, Spain travel blog

Not exactly inviting...

A travel blog entry by fatkidfrogs

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... tapas there were also delicious. They had one of our favorites so we tried our first taste of gazpacho since we were in Spain five years ago. (FIVE years ago...already!) After that, we noticed another cute looking place, around back. Steve tried the ...

Arrecliffe (Canary Islands), Arrecife, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Arrecliffe (Canary Islands)

A travel blog entry by punters

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day 6 - cruise 2 (arrecliffe) Were redirected to the Port of Arrecliffe today in the Canary Islands because we could not dock in Funchal Portugal. Arrived early to a beautiful island with fantastic warm weather at last. It was great to get off the boat ...

The West Coast, Puerto del Carmen, Spain travel blog

The West Coast

A travel blog entry by hvbaskey

... to the salt pans (Salinas) of Janubio.  A very interesting site, this area produces the largest amount of salt within the Canary Islands.  Pictures are a thousand words, so when we get back home, I will edit this post with photos of the area. ...

Market and Beautiful Views (above and below), Puerto del Carmen, Spain travel blog

Market and Beautiful Views (above and below)

A travel blog entry by hvbaskey

... created by architect-artist, Cesar Manrique.  Absolutely beautiful.  I recommend all visitors to Lanzarote to take part of Manrique´s beautiful work and viewpoint.  It was 4.5 euros to enter and worth each penny.  Excellent coffee as ...

Timanfaya, Puerto del Carmen, Spain travel blog

Timanfaya

A travel blog entry by hvbaskey

... eruptions in recorded history.  I cannot describe what we saw in words - but I can say for certainty that a visit to Lanzarote is not complete without visiting Timanfaya.  It is Lanzarote. Following the bus tour, we saw the side kick shows of a ...

The Canaries Arrival !!!, Arrecife, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

The Canaries Arrival !!!

A travel blog entry by hvbaskey

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Arrived in Lanzarote (via Madrid) at approx. 2:30 p.m. on December 23, 2008 Picked up our rental car from Hertz (Toyota Aurius) and quickly got going.  We had a ferry to catch! Drove south to Playa Blanca, just in the nick of time to purchase ...

Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain, Lanzarote, Morocco travel blog

Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain

A travel blog entry by cynjohn

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Lanzarote ~ where desert meets the beach, Lanzarote, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Lanzarote ~ where desert meets the beach

A travel blog entry by eltravelbugs

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... found "off-the-tourist-circuit" and at Municipalities de Camsepito is superb esp. limpets, octopus, and guelds (fried minnows) What we didn't care for on Lanzarote: 1. Toilets with no water tank - where's the natural preservation where it comes to ...

New Year´s Eve, Arrecife, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

New Year´s Eve

A travel blog entry by hvbaskey

We were not sure what to do on New Year´s Eve in Lanzarote, as the possibilities were endless.  We decided in the end to stay put on our balcony that overlooked the North Atlantic.  We cracked open a bottle of wine, had dinner and goodies set ...

Arrecife (capital of Lanzarote), Lanzarote, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Arrecife (capital of Lanzarote)

A travel blog entry by pathenger

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Beautiful  island which is part of the Canary Island and formed by volcanic activity so many interesting rock ...

Lanzarote la bla bla, Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain travel blog

Lanzarote la bla bla

A travel blog entry by cowtowncolleen

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Travel Tip# 50: Technology can confound the best of us What can I say about Lava Lanzarote? Its a vast land of black rock. Possibly the least scenic place on earth, it was more like going to the moon and finding a bunch of Irishmen there. I stayed ...

Groeten van Lanzarote, vooral voor Arjan en Cleo!, Puerto Calero Lanzarote., Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Groeten van Lanzarote, vooral voor Arjan en Cleo!

A travel blog entry by sylviaenjeroen

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Lieve allemaal, Sinds lange tijd hebben we vanochtend zwembroek en bikini weer eens uit de kast opgediept. Het is heerlijk weer, de zon schijnt en we hebben er zin in! Buuv Marjolein en Tim van één jaar zijn donderdagavond gearriveerd voor een ...

Puerto Calero and the Yellow Submarine, Puerto Calero, Spain travel blog

Puerto Calero and the Yellow Submarine

A travel blog entry by hvbaskey

... of interest for Harry Potter fans, "Ron Weasley" had taken this tour as well (of course not our tour, but he was here in Lanzarote and took the Submarine Safari). After our safari, we returned to our hotel and decided to pack up some beach towels and head ...

Museum of Cetaceans and Rain, Rain, Rain ..., Puerto Calero, Spain travel blog

Museum of Cetaceans and Rain, Rain, Rain ...

A travel blog entry by hvbaskey

Today we awoke to rain, rain and more rain.  Apparently, the desert like climate of Lanzarote receives about 12 days of rain per annum and we are receiving one of those days.  With all the rain, the roads were washing out and we did not want to ...

Arrecife, Lanzarote: Who let the canarias out?, Lanzarote, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Arrecife, Lanzarote: Who let the canarias out?

A travel blog entry by drtee

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The Canary Islands have nothing to do with birds, but are named after a pack of wild dogs that were here many years ago. The islands were first inhabited by "guanches," believed to be a Berber tribe, about 4000 years ago. They traded with Phoenicians ...

Playa Blanca, Playa Blanca, Colombia travel blog

Playa Blanca

A travel blog entry by jamiecaroline

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... a night this place was going to save us heaps of money. The hostel was filling up with familiar faces such as Elena and Sarah from Taganga. We immediately headed down to the beach for some sun bathing. As warned we were immediately attacked by the ...

Crazy times in Lanzarote!!, Lanzarote, Spain travel blog

Crazy times in Lanzarote!!

A travel blog entry by onherowntwofeet

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My time in Lanzarote can be summed up in a couple of words: fun, wild, and adventurous! Stay tuned for more details, and for now, enjoy the photos (they will give you an idea of what went down while on the island!) Cheers! :) ...

Corralejo and Lanzarote, Arrecife, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Corralejo and Lanzarote

A travel blog entry by hvbaskey

... nature in a surreal moment of time. After our beautiful exploration of the dunes, we decided to leave Fuerteventura and catch our ferry to Lanzarote.  It was sad to leave this very beautiful island, but we both knew there were further adventures ...

Living it up big on Lanzarote, Puerto del Carmen, Morocco travel blog

Living it up big on Lanzarote

A travel blog entry by bandglittle

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... ; G'day. Just a short note from me before Gail begins her tale of our past week here in Lanzarote. After our last blog entry, the weather cleared up and it has been beautiful ever since. The majority of the week has been spent either lounging around one ...

Last room at the Inn, Monesterio, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Last room at the Inn

A travel blog entry by jamie_pete

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... top of them! A steep, 3 km climb and I was cycling through the main street. I found the hostal without much difficulty and noticed a couple of pilgrims sitting outside. The time was 4.15 pm and the door was locked. I was mystified because only the ...

Welcome to an island paradise, Puerto del Carmen, Morocco travel blog

Welcome to an island paradise

A travel blog entry by bandglittle

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... England, Portugal and across the Atlantic Ocean. Lanzarote is just off the west coast of Africa and is part of the Canary Islands, and we have heard a little bit about it from Anthony & Geraldine who recently spent a week there. We are looking ...

Puerto Calero at Lanzarote, Puerto Calero Lanzarote., Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Puerto Calero at Lanzarote

A travel blog entry by sylviaenjeroen

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Puerto Calero Lanzarote vrijdag 24 November Log: 2815 Motoruren:327 Twee dagen geleden zijn we van Isla Graciosa rond Lanzarote gevaren. Eerst langs de branding aan de nord zijde an dan met de wind in de rug langs de kust. We hadden een vislijn ...

white&blue life, Lanzarote, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

white&blue life

A travel blog entry by bogna

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... Godzinny spacer, po czym powrot na statek. Nastepna bedzie Teneryfa. ENGLISH: So, lets cruise towards AFRICA. Despite the fact the Canary Islands are located closer to Africa rather than Europe, they still belong to Spain. It was my first visit in ...

Lanzarotella, Lanzarote, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Lanzarotella

A travel blog entry by saara

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... ' Palmassa Oli murskasi sormensa ankkuriin ja vietti kolme päivää sairaalassa. Mutta onneksi parantunut aika hyvin. Lanzarote on kaunis paikka, päässyt hieman tutustumaan saareen. Torstaina luultavasti lähdössä Portugaliin Portomao nimiseen ...

Exploring Volcano's on Lanzarote, Arrecife, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Exploring Volcano's on Lanzarote

A travel blog entry by mickinwhitby

... to some gorse and a natural barbecue using volcanic heat also provided all the heat for cooking in the adjacent restaurant. On the way back to the ship we stopped off to sample some of Lanzarote's wines. it was very good and we bought a couple of ...

Leaving for Atlantic Crossing, Puerto Calero, Lanzarote, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Leaving for Atlantic Crossing

A travel blog entry by sailingglenn

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We left Lanzarote on the 39' yacht with the skipper, Gerry & Chris. This was a first for me on a couple of fronts: first time night-sailing, first ocean crossing, first time cooking at sea & first time i've had to restrain myself from throttling ...

Arrival in Lanzarote, Aricife, Lanzarote, Spain and Canary Islands travel blog

Arrival in Lanzarote

A travel blog entry by sailingglenn

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I arrived in Lanzarote, Canary Islands fresh from Cape Town. After emailing my 'cousin' Geoff, he arranged to give me 6 weeks day-work on a big sailing yacht in the Canary Islands. I had decided that i wanted to sail around the world and this seemed ...

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