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... 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 ...
... The baby is fooling around in one of them-jumping and stuff . Really cute! Be prepared to need your Kleenexes LOL.
On this trip I also saw Los Giganticos, or the giant cliffs. They do sort of look like giants and thusly have each been named desperately. I cannot describe to you the beauty of that Island-but there are lots of videos of that too. So ... pop some popcorn and be prepared to watch.
Aren't you glad this isn't the ...
... named after the beach we were sitting at: Playa Jardin which contained egg, bacon, lettuce, tomato, cheese and pineapple - seriously worth a try if you are ever in Tenerife. Came with fries as well so went for a long walk afterwards to walk a little of it off but finished up with an ice cream - such a holiday thing to do!
Our coach transfer collected us from the same location it ...
... and difficult going. Eventually I neared the top of the crater, where the climbing stopped for a while and I was treated to some relatively level cycling and even some downhill, and then finally I saw my first telescope. In the same way that seeing the sea on our way into Cádiz had spurred us on, seeing the telescopes of the observatory at the top of the mountain gave me the boost I needed to keep pushing for the last couple of miles. But it was hard, ...
... as it was going up Los Tilos the Rainforest which can not be reached my public transport. I am not surprised about this as the road up to the North is just one road and in some very tight spots it took about 10minutes just for the bus to make sure it was lined up to cross very narrow bridges.Very scary indeed! The scenery was very picturesque with views of the ocean, salt water pools, banana plantations and very steep ravines. The tour itself was disappointing and the ...