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Sunday 8th June
Feliz Cumpleaņos a mi and its a warm 28 degree day! Nursing a sangria hangover we have a delicious cooked breakfast before jumping on the 9am bus from Playa Bastian to the inland Teguise markets - the oldest in Lanzarote. Here we find 100's of stalls selling everything from toe rings and cactus muffins to 'genuine' fake handbags. After half an hour we've seen most of it but have another 2.5 ...
... large, a second table was required, just for the plate! Rolling our bellies down the hill, we head to the Island Bar, for a live music night. The owner Cara and her husband Rory, are friends with my cousin, and Rory has us clapping and cheering all night long with his very entertaining music. We met the coolest taxi driver on the ride home, who complemented my (drunken) Spanish, and told us how the water, electricity and petrol plants are side-by-side, so if one goes... they all do!
Got a good nights rest so waking up at 5:30 wasn't too bad. Not to mention how anxious I was anyway for the day ahead. Got ready super quick and headed down to the bus. It was a very nice charter bus so I snoozed just a little but the ride to town was only about 35 or 40 minutes. When we got into town every sidewalk had people flooding down to the beach. The driver took us as close as he could before getting stuck in traffic. We got off the bus ...
... room for some reading and naps. Watched the boys prep their bikes and transition bags for tomorrow. So many bags of baby food because it's an easy thing for them to scarf down while riding 112 miles.
Then down to a quick lunch at the same restaurant as yesterday. Learned our lesson to avoid the pasta and salads though so it was much better today I must say.
After lunch it was time to have Dave and Derrick's bikes transported to the ...
... ride in just two short days. The view during most of the ride consisted of lava fields for days and days. There was nothing green with the exception of one small farm we drove by. Other than that just a lot of rocks and dried lava. Once we reached the coast that was a really nice view as well. Amazing cliffs and white waves crashing against the rocks.
After the hour or so drive around the island the starving Em and I grabbed some food at the club restaurant. ...
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