Parador de la Gomera
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... wall but there was a 15 foot drop on one side and an 8 foot drop onto the pavement the other side. Once up, Jayne was stuck...on all fours. A brief risk assessment took place and the conclusion was that this really wasn't a great idea. Plus Jayne was shouting "I'm not going over this wall !". We managed to get Jayne down and I said I'd go over and run down to the bus stop and get the bus to wait. It was an excellent panic. I told Jayne to go back and keep ...
It's been a bit funny getting up in the morning, one of us would get up go outside and come back saying it's still dark it must be early, go back to bed. Then we'd end up getting up a couple of hours later to bright sunshine and be surprised at how late it was. As we're in manyana Ville I must confess I haven't seen a clock with the ...
The last couple of days have flown by, the weather has been quite changeable. The sea has one day been like a mill pond and then a boiling cauldron the next. Some mornings have been black and overcast and others with bright sunshine, one constant has been monsoon like rain storms in the evenings, apparently this is a bit of a rarity and has caused great excitement for the locals. One such downpour occurred last night and it was like the ...
We finally arrived at our apartment around 10pm, Mrs.Gibbs had once again excelled herself by booking this place. We've got an 800 square foot apartment in the Diamond apartment complex. It,s too dark to see the views, so that will have to wait. We ditch our bags and head down the steep hill to find some nightlife. Where the might of Nelson's Royal Navy failed, Essex's, food & beverage sector managed to succeed and the first watering ...
... on the desk found us two seats on a flight set to leave at 14.25pm......and we had to pay. Britain had a couple of goes at stealing Tenerife, but were never successful, which is a bit of a shame. Our very own Horatio Nelson had a go on the 25th of July 1797, he was dealt a googlie by the Spanish and a poor batting response resulted in him losing his right arm in this particular innings. The ...