Casa Tegoyo

Calle Conil-Asomada Nr. 3, Lanzarote, Canary Islands, 35572 , Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel

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Stopped by Gendarme

A travel blog entry by michellendave


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What is Argan Oil?

Argan is a rare oil produced from kernels of the Argan tree which is endemic to Morocco. It is used in cooking and cosmetic products. Argan off the tree is the size of a peach pit. A hard shell is removed to get to a thick peel. That peal is removed to get at the pit. The pits are ground to extract the oil. The women at the co-op gave a demonstration of the extraction ...


A travel blog entry by skdude


... had leisurely swim back to the boat while tom and max struggled along the rock breakwater.

Getting back to the boat we looked forward to fresh bread for lunch before departing. It would have been great except the bread was someone did not do the drybag up properly. On that soggy note we hoisted the anchor and set sail for somewhere a little less touristy, Las Palmas. ... being in a postcard

A travel blog entry by lighttraveler86


... Cheap - Close by

Christmas and New Year at Plage Blanche... anche+morocco&client=opera&chan nel=suggest&tbm=isch&tbo=u& source=univ&sa=X&ei=LmywUu2LIKO J0AWU9YDAAg&sqi=2&ved=0CCwQsAQ& amp;biw=870&bih=465

wish you a beautiful time with your beloved ones and may next year bring some more light and love to our amazing spaceship.

love & light

Not exactly inviting...

A travel blog entry by fatkidfrogs


... and cool for our walk. We found a spot that we could snag free wifi, so we downloaded our emails and checked up on things. (It was really odd to not have Internet on the ship but it was good for us to let go. Especially me, since I have a daily ritual of things I check into...)

This island is suppose to have some great wine, something to do with the volcanic land...whoŽd have thought!? So as we walked back into town, things ...

Arrecife, Lanzarote: Who let the canarias out?

A travel blog entry by drtee


The Canary Islands have nothing to do with birds, but are named after a pack of wild dogs that were here many years ago. The islands were first inhabited by "guanches," believed to be a Berber tribe, about 4000 years ago. They traded with Phoenicians and others, and then about 3000 years ago some Europeans showed up to stay. The guanches have disappeared, though there are some people of mixed ancestry who are probably descendants. They have a language ...


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