Travel Blogs from Fuerteventura
... cathedral and a very impressive Moorish fortress called "Alcazaba". Almost completely restored and huge. The wind was getting a bit annoying and colder. Than we walked through the shopping streets for a bit and ate some churros which were miammiii. We walked some more and had some tapa's later on in a bar called "La Boheme", ...
... years - which is to say it is very broken and pretty elementary. But we say hello, say our names and blah blah, he translates and then it is all “bye, adios, etc..”
Thursday night I am tired - it is 11:20 pm and I am headed for bed. The boys (all of them) are playing video games and the doorbell rings. Now you know that “HOLY ****” feeling you get when your doorbell rings that late at night. I am like “****, we have the TV too loud and someone ...
thx to the internet i found tortheus on fuerteventura, one of the canary islands.
together with my dear brother we flew there, picked him up and 2 hours later caught the ferry to cadiz. 40hours of stormy weather have asked for it's toll ;-) but another 2 1/2 days later we arrived in austria where tortheus went into hibernation for around 4 months.
this gave me enough time to prepare all necessary ...
... friends, but I was leaving for Lanzarote, another Canary Island, the next day!
On Wednesday I headed to catch the ferry across to Lanzarote and after a short, but rocky ride across the water, I arrived at my new destination. It was cheaper to fly back to mainland Spain from Lanzarote than Fuerteventura, and I figured it would be cool to visit another island anyways!
Stay tuned for more stories of my adventures! And boy oh boy, did I have many adventures in Lanzarote!! ;)
... on red alert after the order.
'Are you sana ( healthy) he then asks leaning towards me.
'Oh yes I say, Very Sana ,'
I then quietly add I have a little bit of osteoarthritis... don't say where... and he stares at the computer screen.
Three minutes later he hands me a paper and asks me to sign it.
'That's it?' I ask.
'Yes, that's it !'