Residencial Playa Paraiso

Address: C/ Sicasumbre s/n, Costa Calma, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, 35627, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star condo
 
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This 4 star condo, located on C/ Sicasumbre s/n, Costa Calma, is near Camp de Mar and Lollipops Childrens Party Venue and Adventure Play Area.
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      Travel Blogs from Costa Calma

      Felling flowers

      A travel blog entry by roundaboutus on Apr 11, 2015

      ... to dry figs on and make perfect kindling, but Seb's boss doesn't like to scratch his (expensive) car when (rarely) visiting the finca, so it was necessary to cut back the verges and my job to lop down these amazing plants. In the last three weeks we've had quite an impact in the finca, the bathrooms are super clean, the kitchen has newly covered shelves, clean cutlery and dishes and is extremely snug. I mopped ...

      Bona Pascua

      A travel blog entry by roundaboutus on Apr 10, 2015

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      ... marathon so we did this meal twice, the first day eating rosit de city (roast lamb). I still have a very fast metabolism but even I woke up on Monday morning still full of food and having to face the big family do just a few hours later! I jest! The atmosphere was wonderful and I was made to feel extremely welcome in their home, albeit with my limited Catalan/spanish. Several of Seb's siblings and their partners spoke good english so on Monday ...

      Snowing petals

      A travel blog entry by roundaboutus on Mar 02, 2015

      30 photos

      ... calcite. A harp of three thin columns rang when we tapped them, their resonance carrying through the space. As the light fell the boulders at the far end seemed to grow and we seemed to shrink, so the route back to the cave entrance seemed like an increasingly impossible scramble across huge stones and vast crevasses. We made it out and walked back in the cold night air. Brandy laced chocolate caliente warmed our hands and hearts and we tucked into fried fish in bar in Santa ...

      The first day of Spring....

      A travel blog entry by roundaboutus on Feb 20, 2015

      26 photos

      ... Nicholson (Rolce Royce) of boats. Built shortly after the First World War and named after the boat in the iconic Conrad book of the era, she is a capable racer but primarily a gentleman's pleasure boat. Fitted out with the highest quality of French polished mahogany interior, wall to wall panelling , disguised cupboards, pullouts to lay clothes on, wash basin, with leather cover. Cut glass light shades glow and gas lamps are umbrellaed with small brass hoods to ...

      Bliss!

      A travel blog entry by roundaboutus on Feb 10, 2015

      37 photos

      ... walked and walked. The sunshine of Saturday morning coaxed me up early and I strode up into the valley, renowned for its old twisted olive trees and terraces. I hiked for at least two hours all the time gaining height and breathtaking views back over to the port. Where do they get all this stone from? The terracing is extravagant! Big stones front smaller rubble to retain each terrace but in addition to this there are neatly walled deep channels for water ...