Travel Blogs from Arona
... the history of the island, and get to see more of the scenery than you could see in the capital city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Once we got through the nightmare of getting through the Silhouette Theater where half the ship was waiting for a tour, we found our way to the bus, and settled in for our tour.
Our tour was scheduled to last 3 hours and take us to the other side of the island. It ...
... 8217;t stop and probably did at least 16kms and climbed up to at least 1km,
8/11 It was still blowing hard so we spent a lazy day in the harbour
9/11 It had calmed down a bit so we set off again for La Palma, but after we had done about 35 miles the wind started to pick with a nasty swell and we were burying our bow and taking on water, so we abandoned and headed back to san Sebastian arriving at about 0400, we moored in the same place ...
... 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
Well we are finally almost ready for our big trip tomorrow. We leave Casa Ramon at 8am to drive to Santa Cruz for our ferry at 12 noon. We are giving ourselves plenty of time so Ruby can have a good walk before she is put in her cage for the 30 hour ...
... practice. Tomy played with them, we watched and then then chatted with them. They were very nice and both spoke English... one of them has an American Mom from Minnesota.
Afterwards we ate at a small local bar, with only a few tables. As usual Brody bellied-up to the bar to pay the bill..."la cuenta, por favor".