Bungalowpark Solymar Calma
Travel Blogs from Costa Calma
Our trip is coming to an end and our last port of call is the town of Gran Tarajal on the island of Fuertenventura.We were welcomed on the quayside by a local band, passengers and locals alike dancing and clapping to the rhythms being played.It was only the second time that our ship had visited this town and the residents were genuinely happy to welcome us. Often on cruises ...
We are warmly welcomed at the hotel for our 5 night all inclusive stay. Our room is very spacious with an excellent balcony and sea views. The hotel is set in beautiful gardens.
We spend the next few days relaxing locally and travelling around the southern tip of Fuerteventura.
More to follow!
We head south and travel through some scenic sand dine areas and then through some small roads over and through the mountains. There are numerous volcanoes and lava flows in a variety of colours and contrasts of texture. The small towns are very interesting too, particularly Betancuria which is very pretty with interesting buildings and colourful flowers.
In the evening ...
... the sunshine. David goes off for an exploratory walk whilst Marjory enjoys her half hour swim. We go for a wander around the resort and find quite a few good looking restaurants to choose from for dinner.
We choose a restaurant in the square for dinner and enjoy a good meal whilst listening to a
live group with a good female singer.
... out of sand), I splashed about in the sea, took a bath in the pool or played at the playground. I loved it!!! I learned some new words like ´bade´(taking a bath), ´me´(sea), bii (beach) and much more of them. Now, I´m back home again, train to speak eagerly, expanding my vocabulary and I´m happy that it´s summer here as well.
17 meses Yaira!
algunas impresiones de mi ultimo mes, inclusive mis primeras vacaciones al mar en Fuerteventura: