Retiro Del Maestre
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Arrived at Las Palmas at 10am and it was beautifully warm. We set off through the city to the lovely long beach area. There was a wide promenade are and we walked a couple of km along it and the beach. Had a cup of tea and cake watching the surfers at the break at the end of the beach near the theatre. Walked back into ...
... Atlantic ocean which is of course very salty.
We thought we'd sit for a while under the shade of a tree but did not realize that we were in the nudist area until we left and saw the sign. We had been warned on the ship to expect this. What was a surprise to me, however, was the male nudity. Have not seen this on beaches in France and Italy.
This island seems to have dedicated bike lanes but we did not find out how extensive they ...
Some like it hot… and those who do should make a beeline for Playa de Puerto Rico. It boasts the title of being the island's sunniest spot. Rumour has it the sand was blown over from the Sahara Desert hundreds of years ago, and it backs on to a subtropical garden, which flaunts two outdoor pools. Perfect for topping up that winter tan.
7. Walk with the animals at Palmitos Park
This zoo-park is set in 200,00 square metres of ...
... the large 3D scale models were very clever and Winston loved pressing the buttons that illuminated the light bulb with the corresponding map reference. I relished the original late-mediaeval manuscripts and carvings, bliss!
The mountain was cut into agricultural tiers, every available scrap of land was turned arable. This longitudinal terrain is great if you’re a mountain goat. The brightly coloured houses tenaciously strapped themselves to the mother ...
... to it. The town was covered in Palm trees and the air temperature was 25°C. This is at current, my favourite port. The waters in Gran Canaria were very turquoise, creating the Caribbean feel. Along the quayside and throughout the town, there were many palm trees. After walking from the ship, we went to the adjacent shopping centre where there was free wifi. Thankfully it let me upload ...