Hotel Riu Palace Maspalomas
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... a book and generally had a relaxing interlude, on calm seas, under sunny skies.
My Airbnb apartment was just a few steps from the beach. It’s on a side street off the Playa de las Canteras, at the north end of the big city of Las Palmas. There’s a wide waterfront promenade, busy with people, restaurants, bars and shops. If you’re a beach person, you’d love this wide, ...
... so far away. We relaxed by the pool and drank some overly cheap drinks before heading out for dinner. We stood at the door of a few different restaurants where everyone refused to look at us. Finally we found an Italian place that would at least make eye contact. It was bizarre.
Friday we went go-karting, played mini-golf, ate some really delicious peking duck for the first time in our lives (that we can recall) and walked along the beach, ...
Colin and I sat on the plane in London, patiently waiting for a third person to accompany us. Secretly we'd judge each person coming through the cabin, hoping to sit next to someone we deemed 'cool.' There were a lot of young kids, exhausted looking parents, retired pensioners and a staggering number of older gay gentlemen. Almost ...
From the south half of Tenerife we hopped on a bus and headed north to Santa Cruz...Canaval central! You could tell it was the bus to Carnaval because we shared it with 90%25 local kids dressed up as clowns, Minny Mouses, pirates and cowboys sharing giant bottles of gin and passing cigarettes around the bus while singing at full volume and blowing whistles at ten in the morning. ;) On arrival in Santa Cruz we walked almost entirely uphill to ...
... to join me, took along the needlework I bought in Norway and met a lady who knows all about this craft (she's from Norway) brilliant if I get stuck she will helpmeet out. Later did some people watching on the deck. Paul is doing his Captain ******** with bino's in hand looking for anything out at sea. Pool still not open but am very optimistic about tomorrow. Captain ******** (Paul) has spotted land, we are a couple of miles south of ...
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