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Playa La Arena is a lovely cove beach, although sometimes it has strong currents. It is manned by lifeguards who stop you going in when it is too rough. It is a lovely unspoiled piece of coastline near Los Gigantes.
... bodes well for our crossing.
After breakfast, we had enough time to shower and shave and report to the Silhouette Theater, as this was the only port that we were doing an organized port tour. I knew so little about the Canary Islands, and wanted to try to maximize our experience, that we opted for a tour of the Northern part of the island. As advertised, we would be able to get a good ...
... so we stayed and had a meal
3/11 we hired a car for the day and phil, tom, richard, ingram and myself set off in glorious sunshine to drive around the island firstly up to Mount Teide, the highest point in Spain at 3719 mts, when got upto the plateau we reached the cloud line and the temperature dropped from 31C slowly down as we got to 2200mts, we got to the cable car but it was shut due to high winds and rain, so we continued to the north ...
... on tuesday (18th) afternoon to London, and staying there for two days, to depart from Heathrow Airport on the 20th evening to Sao Paulo.
Well, thats my travel kit. Am I missing anything?? (appart from all friends and family that have asked me to take them on my backpack ^^)
- Passport (Spanish and German) + 4 copies of each
- Flight documents with important numbers
- Insurance documents with important ...
... Huelva in Southern Spain. We will be staying south of Seville at Almonte overnight, our first night camping and putting the tent up, Vic is not looking forward to pitching the tent, don't even know if all the parts are there Lol Will write more when we ...