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... but for someone like me who suffers with acute travelbug what exactly lies over the hill is more interesting.
The following days were spent exploring a little further along the coast northward. Arising quite early did not entice me to exercise myself, it gave me the chance to try to get my brain into some kind of order with crossword or some of the numerous number games which fill the centers of newspapers. Even as early risers the availability ...
... Paris because it was so beautiful. I think I might be crazy LOL.
Anyway, there was mother and it's baby that stayed right with the boat. They were so beautiful I had the urge to jump off the boat and swim with them. I really had to restrain myself, as the urge was really very very intense. I just wanted to touch them. LOL. But thanks to my parents good sense that was knocked into me as a kid, I didn't. But it was hard. They are ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
The need to leave the cold winds and wet weather in London saw me flying off to one of the smaller islands in the Canary Islands, Isla de La Palma. With an optimistic weather forecast of 24 degrees I was feeling very excited about my trip and I could not wait to touch down on this balmy island.
Our descent into La Palma Aeropuerto was a bit of a 'heart in throat' experience and for the first time I was a little concerned while flying. Having looked out the window I ...