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Travel Blogs from Playa De Los Cancajos
... rest of the week with the thought that we had the car so it could be anywhere on the island since we weren't dependant on bus routes. As it turned out we ended up in the exact same town we had lunch in the day before! The hotel was actually just a room in an all inclusive resort so on the plus side there was a pool and lots of activities but on the negative side it was pretty smelly and we did have a bit of a cockroach incident*. On Tuesday we took the opportunity to put some ...
... a ship in the morning and when we were getting back to the ship that afternoon, to see them finish and take off immediately. Before we left, another ship docked in its place.
The high speed car ferries make regular trips to other islands. The docks are so long that a bus picks you up at the ship and takes you to the street at the beginning of the dock for 4 euros. We decide to walk it. We decided to forego any shore excursions ...
... up so we split one with some nice people who were going to a place nearby.
We woke up on the 25th and it was as though it wasn’t even a holiday! Everything, including the little supermarket, was open. Not really any sign of Christmas. It was very strange. We spent the day by the pool and then had dinner at the resort.
We spent most of our days by the pool, relaxing and soaking up some much needed sunshine. We went for a ...
... 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 ...
... struggled to get her point across in English, but we did get to sample some honey rum and were recommended to a lovely restaurant in the old town of San Andres, where I leisurely ate Spanish tortilla with a chilled glass of La Palma wine.
My last few days on the island I explored the rock pools , went in search of turtles and dolphins and just simply relaxed on the black volcanic beach enjoying the tranquil life that La Palma has to offer.
Other places to stay in Playa De Los Cancajos
Brena Baja, Playa De Los Cancajos | 4 star hotelfrom $82
C/ San Antonio , Playa De Los Cancajos | 3 star hotelfrom $35
Calle de los Cancajos, Playa De Los Cancajos | 3 star hotelfrom $48
Calle San Antonio, s/n, Playa De Los Cancajos | 3 star hotelfrom $33