Casa Rural La Escalona
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Who would have thought Tenerife would be the place to try on my 'travelling boots' once again; it is not a back packers place of discovery, adventure or contact with the indigenous population but it is away and somewhere I had not yet visited.
The four hour flight from Gatwick was wonderful, (mainly because I had spent too long grounded in the UK), regretfully the airport assistance was needed to transfer me from the check-in to the aircraft. ...
... creatures and seeing them in the wild is a completely different experience from seeing them at Sea World. Not that I'm knocking Sea World, I am just saying. So I have tons of video that I am going to put up here and you can see the whales and dolphins too. I will warn you that you have to wade through a bit of nothing at the beginning to find it. Just fast forward a bit and you will find them. I got so really good shots of the mother and baby ...
Last lie in of the holiday so we made sure it was a good one! Then a long shower to make the most of the facilities before packing up and tidying around the apartment. I wanted to see the sea one last time so we went for a stroll along the beach where we stopped for brunch (a great idea brunch...you get breakfasty food mixed with lunchtime food and its served all morning long!). I had ...
... be to feel this free and relaxed much more of the time ... just need a big lottery win - not that we play it!!
Spent the rest of the day eating lunch, playing Fluxx, having a snooze, taking over the world in Risk and just relaxing. Went out for food where I had a hamburger and Anthony had a Mexican skewer. Then San Fran malfunctioned and ...
Day trip to Loro Park today!! After a breakfast of croissants, we decided to walk there as it was only a mile away along the beach. The yellow train which ferries tourists from the centre of Puerto de la Cruz to Loro Park overtook us, and although a little envious of not being aboard a bright yellow train, I was happy now that we were walking the right way! We arrived early, but weren't queuing for it to open (we're not THAT touristy - though we did collect a park ...