Casas Dona Elida
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... beautiful. We were able to see Mt. Tiede, which is the largest point in Spain before the clouds rolled in. Even though the temperatures were in the 70’s, there was snow on top of the mountain. We saw banana plantations, gorgeous cliffs, an some pretty amazing scenery. We were able to spend about an hour in the town of Puerto des Santa Cruz on the other side of the island for some much ...
... anchored in the pretty Baia de Abona, where we had a good swim, the weather is still changeable but very pleasant
2/11 We sailed the 13 miles down the coast to Marina San Miguel, a nicely built marina nestling into a golf resort, it was packed with brits, we found a nice bar which served pints for 1 Euro and waited for Richard to arrive, inevitably the flight was delayed so we had spent more time than anticipated in the bar, what a shame, ...
... driving license
- Yellow fieber certification
- Passport photos
- International sim documents
- UK debit card + important numbers
- Spanish debit card + important numbers
- Dads debit card + dads number :) (just in case of an emergency)
- International student card
- 200 dollars
- 50 euros
- 50 pounds
- Stomach medicine
- Nausea relief medicine
... Huelva in Southern Spain. We will be staying south of Seville at Almonte overnight, our first night camping and putting the tent up, Vic is not looking forward to pitching the tent, don't even know if all the parts are there Lol Will write more when we ...
... as it was going up Los Tilos the Rainforest which can not be reached my public transport. I am not surprised about this as the road up to the North is just one road and in some very tight spots it took about 10minutes just for the bus to make sure it was lined up to cross very narrow bridges.Very scary indeed! The scenery was very picturesque with views of the ocean, salt water pools, banana plantations and very steep ravines. The tour itself was disappointing and the ...