Ifa Faro Hotel
Travel Blogs from Maspalomas
The tanks of Antonio were not that successful. The tanks with the least fish had 20 live individuals, and the tanks with the most had 40. This meant that more days had to pass to allow the Seriola to grow a bit stronger, and hopefully survive the transportation process.
15 specimens were randomly caught from my Winning tanks that contained the larger fish. They were removed from their tanks, placed in a bucket with ice (this kills them), and ...
Usual day at work. Initial feeding, preparation of more feeding, proceeding feeding, siphoning and counting of mortalities. Today Antoni has his initial experiment set up. He has 21 tanks to be used for his Nutrition and Bone Development of Seriola. We has to catch 125 juvenile Seriola from Mesocosmo 2, these little guys were about 1-2 mm long. Juvenile Seriola are very weak, and moving them from one tank to another will kill a ...
... to an RV parking lot at a beach with a bus stop next to it. So we decided to stay at this beach for short while, and catch the next bus. We wanted to go to Maspalomas to see the sand dunes and have a swim there, but the bus went straight to Las Palmas. We hopped on and headed home. Next time we will rent a car for the weekend and do the sand dunes and more beach camping. ...
... is not allowed in Gran Canaria, but there were 6 tents there. So we put up ours and relaxed on the rocky beach. Some people the took down their tents and went home, other clearly planned to stay the night, so we did as well. This was a very nice spot , only about 10 people in total, 5 tents and a nice breeze. The moon was bigger and brighter than usual, so not too many starts were out. In front of us we had the Scorpio constellation. ...
... me it just looked like a huge whole with plants growing all around. The most interesting thing to see were the rock folding around the crater, cause by the massive pressure over the years during the forming of the cater. Withe the GeoCaching app I have on my Iphone I located a Cache on the Pico de Caldera, the high peak overseeing the ...
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