Club Jandia Princess Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... top off a long and varied day we went into the village for a traditional dinner where we ate the BEST fish and ate every single bit of it! But that wasn't all ... Rum & Honey in the front bat while Arminda & Patricia sang karaoke and I danced in the street. The villagers will be talking about us for ...
... keen to take a crow's fly route and although I doubted her choice - we did it. Along the way we discussed beliefs, religion, family, memories and much more. The flowers I collected and pressed into my journal represent for me the covent's paths I mindfully walked. A moment in time when the barriers were no longer present. I found and made my paths ... A satisfying ...
Every morning. Yoga. Salute to the sun is easy when you are outside and the sun is warm! Breathing deeply each day. Stretching further than usual each day. Being aware of your body each day. Why don't i do this each and every day in toronto! Post-India ... I did. Post-India 2 years and I am not as regular. This week every morning and every day I feel energized. Dear Janet Joy, Do yoga every morning, Signed, ...
At the ocean on the south side of the island for Day 2 of The Voyage ... The best Professional/Personal Development Workshop I have ever participated in... Why? Because I have time to absorb the concepts while being surrounded by different sites and sounds. The white sand is blown here each year from the Sahara Desert. That is incredible!! A two week ...
... I walked the length of the pleasant, wide, waterfront promenade to the nearby town of Caleta de Fuste, a.k.a. El Castillo, named for the small castle built in 1743 to repel pirate attacks.
For my last three days I rented a car, but before that, I went on an all-day bus tour around Fuerteventura. There were stops at an aloe vera facility, a goat farm, scenic lookouts and two towns with notable churches. It was informative and ...