Partner Playa del Ingles
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... to Jesus, a fellow co-worker who is working on Tilapia research, had lunch with him, his girlfriend, Desi who has been working with Ruban, and Asira, another researcher of the institute. At 3:30pm I headed to La Garita to the bouldering gym, and the owner was nice enough to make a copy of the key so I can climb when ever I want. It usually opens at 5:30pm, and I am usually done with work around 2:00, having a key makes it a whole lot easier for me. ...
... of them. If most of the hatchling would be dead tomorrow, then we would have to wait for time to pass so they would grow stronger, if the majority would survive the experiment could begin. Most of the day was about catching the fish in bucket, walking over to the lab, and slowly pouring them content into the tanks making sure that there 125 fish per tank. Then a small amount of algae and rotifero was placed in the tanks for food. ...
... 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. ...
... a couple of hours at the beach in Puerto Rico, and then headed by bus back of to North along the coast. The plan was to stay in a camping site we found more inland, but we had to take a cab from Arguineguin to the site. Once in Arguineguin we decided to take a cab to Maspalomas and go from there, but on the way there we spotted some tents a small rocky beach, so we stopped there and headed for the site. Technically camping around ...
... 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 ...