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Travel Blogs from Puerto Naos
... 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!?
... 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 ...
On Christmas Eve we were at a friend's watching TV when we came across My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding in Tenerife. Everyone was complaining how touristy it looked; Terri was not to know until the following morning that Bryce was taking them for a long weekend in February. Luckily Bryce had hired a car in Tenerife so we could get away from the touristy parts of the island and get into the real beauty of it. The first day was ...
... strange feeling, the accomplishment not quite sinking in yet. As it had been in Spain with Chris, you can be dying in pain all day, but once you've stopped and had a drink you quickly forget the pain and you wonder how you ever came to be in this marvellous place. In total 14 full days of cycling, some harder than others, but none of them easy. From my horrific first two days when my wheel fell apart, to the killer mountain on day 1 in Spain, the driest ...
... why we seemed to be getting closer and closer to the ocean, with no sign of land in sight. A quick glance to the left at fellow passengers was a good thing as I saw the signs of green vegetation on the island's coastline.
Isla Le Palma is known to the Palmeros (local inhabitants of La Palma) as the Green Island or the beautiful island. Its mountain slopes are covered in Pine forest and in the North East you have the Los Tilos Rainforest which is abundant ...
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- Fitness/Health center