Travel Blogs from Tazacorte
... of flying has always curled my toes because it means another adventure to somewhere new has started. Looking out at the brilliant silvery white cotton wool clouds in anticipation of spotting a harp playing angel soon gave way to clear skies as we past over the Bay of Biscay and ship spotting took my attention.
As we reached the Canaries the black volcanic rock of the mountains soon gave way to beach fringed blue seas next we were down, through ...
... into my world there. It was so perfect. I have to say, if they spoke french, I would move there! LMAO.
Fun fact about the Spanish Canary Islands. They are closer to Africa than they are to Spain. One of the Islands is also the birth place of that language composed seulement of whistling! Very Very cool!
Talk to you all later! Luv and Hugs from France.
-The traveling tricoteuse, who has yet to do any knitting in France. WHAT!?
... the car and reading up, whilst waiting in line for an hour, on a popular walk to do. Once receiving the car we got changed into our togs and headed for the walk which happened to be close to a beach, the weather at 20 odd degrees in winter was warm enough to go for a swim surprisingly. The walk was excellent, we saw paragliders floating above hotels and restaurants and stopped by a beautiful beach that looked more ...
... no energy left and the air was thin. I was so close, but the road ramped up again steeper than ever before for the last couple of hundred feet. I needed several breaks just to catch my breath in this last short leg of my epic journey. When I came round the last corner and saw Los Muchachos standing in front of me, I stood up out of the saddle and powered my way up the last few feet. And there I was. At the end of a 1324km journey. Done. And that was it. It was ...
... struggled to get her point across in English, but we did get to sample some honey rum and were recommended to a lovely restaurant in the old town of San Andres, where I leisurely ate Spanish tortilla with a chilled glass of La Palma wine.
My last few days on the island I explored the rock pools , went in search of turtles and dolphins and just simply relaxed on the black volcanic beach enjoying the tranquil life that La Palma has to offer.
How has this condo rated in the past?
- Swimming pool