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... over the big climb and Martin shuttled to the top. He was so excited to get to take the downhill at full speed without me. He cycled on to lunch at 33.5 miles with elevation gains of 3815 ft and max speeds of 45 mph. Lunch was on the water in Playa de Mogan where we watched scuba, swimming and beach goers. It was a fantastic coastal paradise. We shuttled back to the hotel with me drinking lots of electrolytes. Our hotel room was the darkest room I ...
... of how the sand dunes were formed. It was such a peaceful way to end the day. Back at the hotel we enjoyed a special Christmas eve dinner prepared for us. We enjoyed salmon appetizer, lobster soup, cod for me, duck for martin and delicious gingerbread and ice cream. We shared dinner and wine with Roy and Billie. They own a home in Lake Toxaway NC in the area near Highlands. It was a lovely ...
Our day begins early as we trek our luggage down to Hotel Reina Isabelle to meet our guides. It is easy to spot our group wearing lots of biking gear. We have 21 bikers mostly from the east coast. This includes three families, two single women and four couples. We have a 50 minute bus trip to the south of the island to begin our ride. We arrive in Tejada for a lunch at a quant pub. This is our first meal featuring platters of salad, olives, cheese, ...
... not a tent for cold and wet environments, there was condensation forming inside the tent, basically water was seeping into the tent and staying at the bottom. In the morning a man passed by selling just-baked bread, and seeing that were out of bread that worked out perfectly. We had a slow breakfast, taking it easy. We slowly packed out things and closed the tent to take the car closer to Roque Nublo. The drive ...
... Candas, where David had a coffee and I had the local fruit drink which was a mix of papaya, orange and banana, absolutely lovely and refreshing. Whilst we were there we saw terrapins and iguanas and had a look around as well as take photos of the views,which already were spectacular. We then drove off further up into the mountains this time stopping at the Valley of St Nicholas where they grew tomatoes and bananas mostly to export, now we were getting ...