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Travel Blogs from San Sebastián de la Gomera
Today was our final biking so it started early at 8am. The tour of the ocean and banana plantations was amazing. This island continues to try and make a profit thru bananas but the competition is tough. The route was 11.5 miles with winding, rolling roads all along the sea. We got back to turn everything in and begin our wind down. Our last lunch was at the pool in beautiful sunny ...
... hoped in the van to the top. I rode up the 6 miles to catch the group for an amazing demonstration. They had a man who uses a wooden pole to move from rock to rock and jump down the side of the mountains. It is an old skill that they are trying to keep alive by creating challenges and competitions. Is strength was amazing. Martin jumped on the bike for another long downhill and I got back in the van. We all met up ...
Today started early with a 5:45 breakfast to board the bus at 6:15. The whole group made it on time and we headed to the airport. We checked in for a 7:40 flight from Las Palmas to Tennerife. It was short 30 minute flight then luggage and breakfast bags to go on the bus. The bus ride seemed like we had entered into the Pacific Northwest forests with tall trees and green vegetation.we all dressed in our warmest layers to start the ride. After ...
... was light outside and now it is dark. At least I will be spared descending in daylight, breaking cloud cover into a grey London... Only now (while on the plane), looking through my photos of the Sol Princesa Dacil, do I have pangs of sorrow lol! Those moments, to paraphrase blade runner, will disappear like tear drops in the rain, never to come again... But it goes against my ...
... the magnificent foreshore. We headed back into the older section of town where we located a cafe opening onto an enclosed plaza along similar lines though smaller than the plaza's mayor we visited in both Madrid and Salamanca.
The local speciality here is called pinxtos and is a variation of the tapas theme. Plates of offerings line the counter and one simply grabs a plate and selects as one desires. We sampled six before returning for another three after devouring ...
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