Finca Casa Nanita

Address: Camino Jurada 8, Villa de Moya, La Palma, Canary Islands, 35421, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star villa
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This 3 star villa, located on Camino Jurada 8, Villa de Moya, is near Jardin Canario, Iglesia de San Juan Bautista de Arucas, Salobre Golf and Resort, and Casco Historico de Arucas.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Kitchenette
          • Free parking

          TripAdvisor Reviews Finca Casa Nanita Villa de Moya

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Villa de Moya

          Day 65, Finally Dissected A Fish

          A travel blog entry by juliocamperio on Sep 11, 2014

          Usual day at work. Lots of work to do because Ruben and Anotio had the day off. did the usual feeding with siphoning, then helped another Anotnio to move 12 200-liter tank next to our lab for his research. After that Jesus needed some extra hands with dissecting his Tilapia he has been raising for his research. We had to cut with a pair of scissors form the anal cavity to right under their lower jaw, cut the large intestine and slowly ...

          Day 64, Our Early and Gone on Errands

          A travel blog entry by juliocamperio on Sep 10, 2014

          Usual day at work, I was able to get out early so I can go to the Extranjeria department and try and get my permit of citizenship for cheaper travel. Once I got there they did not let me in because they had a technical difficulty and it was packed with people. I then went to a camping store to fix my backpack that broke. Had to buy weist traps with buckles and go to a leather store where they could ahve fixed it. Also had to have fixed 2 zippers that had broken in the past.

          Day 63, Many Fish Have Died

          A travel blog entry by juliocamperio on Sep 09, 2014

          I came into work and was told that hundreds of my fish have died. The pump that brings salt water from the ocean into the tanks stopped working. So no fresh salt-water was coming in. I have to admit, it was sad feeding a tank that once had hundreds of starving fish in the morning, to a tank with 12 fish. I obviously had to tell nearly everyone at work what happened to my forehead and cheek, but thats the price you pay for having fresh scars on your face.

          Day 62, Camping and Collision with a Rock

          A travel blog entry by juliocamperio on Sep 08, 2014

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          ... that will always be in the shade, place a plastic bag filled with wet sand into the hole, place the bottles in the sand in the bag. Pour cold sea water onto the bottles, that will pour into the bag and keep the sand wet. Also wet the sand around the bag. It worked perfectly.
          Around 7pm we packed our things and headed back to Las Palmas. ...

          Day 62, Water Activities in Guayedra

          A travel blog entry by juliocamperio on Sep 07, 2014

          4 photos

          ... became a rock, a fish or something "not too important" to them, it was very cool.
          On my way back to beach I heard a loud noise, similar to a stick breaking or the cracking of a knuckle: that was a jellyfish shooting its stingers against my shoulder. I did not have to pee at the time, so I used the vegetable oil that was in the tuna-can, it worked just as good. ...