White Sands Beach Club
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After 7 days of Rose doing the blog it is my turn so I apologize in advance for my typing. Our next stop was Tenerife, the Canary Islands. Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands at about 800 square miles. It is called the "island of eternal spring " because of its superb climate. Today did not dissapoint with highs in the mid 70's. Perfect touring weather. While Tenerife has a wide variety of scenery...a mountain chain, a crater, interesting ...
... Oh well. We did speak to Mr. Wong the owner on the way out, in true form he was clutching the Racing Post. My pidgin Cantonese broke the ice and we had a chat about Hong Kong. He had lived in Tenerife for the last 40 years and said it was pretty tough. Personally I think his food is too good and he may need to go down the route of the silver foil tray if he wants to get in the British tourist hordes.
We decided on an early night as we would have to get ...
... in the day. She also told us that it going to be pretty rough. Jayne isn't the greatest fan of sea travel, but she agreed to jump aboard. The boat was about 40 foot long with an upper and lower deck, we chose the upper deck. Once we got out of the harbour you could see the condition of the sea.
Jayne wasn't too happy and ...
... and sprinkled with rock salt. I wanted to see how it was done as I've got a pile of these chillies growing in the greenhouse. So that's one ticked off the list. We didn't really search out foodie places but I'm sure there's some decent stuff out there. I also tried barbecued Rabbit, purely because it's not something I usually see on a menu.
We walked through the monsoon and had a beer in the Bamboo Bar which is a bit of an ...
... opera house that had a shaper reminiscent of Sydney!, found a cafe with wifi to have some lunch, check emails and so on. By the time we left port the wind was blowing straight from the Atlantic depths and the seas were rough. It was an interesting evening of rock and roll with the numbers at dinner much depleted. We enjoyed our meal and the show time that followed and then gently rocked off to sleep blessing the fact that we are on a large ...