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... and honest to god it was like stepping on a grape. Those things are very juicy. Yeeech. Then of course when I tried to pick him up with a wad of toilet paper to throw him out he proceeded to fall on the floor before I got him to the can and HE WAS STILL TWITCHING! I see why they say that they could survive a nuclear attack. It was traumatizing for everyone that's for sure. The nights were not restful after that as we worried about what might be crawling around our room in the ...
... castles dating back to the 1400's and new buildings with beautiful facades, it didn't feel like an island at all. This is the playground for Europeans to enjoy beach weather for summer holiday. With temps in the 60's, most people had on winter coats and hats! The wind was sharp coming off the water and the top deck of the bus nippy but it was the best place for pictures.
You'll see the bus rails or people in most of the ...
... s noticeable how much more commercial the south coast is. There's a great pink 'blot on the landscape' and as we drive by can't resist calling in to see what it is. It is a luxury hotel/spa with pink houses, flats scatter up the hillside that leads onto the 18 hole golf course. If only it had been hire might have helped! Still have time to spare so we call in at Los Abrigos to have the first of our rolls. There's a small evening market but whilst sunny ...
... of Teide before we had taken a photo! Not put off we drive on up and through the clouds to find clear blue sky by the time we reach the National Park. The lava flows make for a barren landscape but areas of sediment and extinct craters make for a dramatic lunar like landscape. The snow on the mountains and at the side of the road add to the impact. We drive onto the cable car which we take to the highest point (xxxx ft) just a 150m below ...
... in a locals bar then take the tram down to Santa Cruz. Santa Cruz has a different feel in the sunshine and it's a pleasant walk along the by the docks before taking the return tram back up to La Laguna. We drive back yet again along the same stretch of road, the fourth time! Decide to stop at San Juan de la Rambla which proves to be a little gem in comparison with La Guancha. Two good bars where it is fun to watch the football amongst the locals. Back home for DVD and ...
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