Villas Chemas (Las Pergolas III)

Address: C/ La Gomera , Corralejo, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands, 35660, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star villa
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This 4 star villa is located on C/ La Gomera , Corralejo.
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Travel Blogs from Corralejo

La Gomera

A travel blog entry by danutastephen on Jul 17, 2015

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Lovely little place where Columbus stopped for water on his voyages. Went for a walk and found a bar with wifi. When we got back to the ship we had a very late lunch at about 2.15. Didn't bother with a sweet as afternoon tea started at 2.30 so had a tea cake and cakes instead. In the evening went to the dancing after champagne at the jewellery store. We'd got an invite but didn't buy anything. Then late night ...

Banana biking

A travel blog entry by peekageek on Dec 28, 2014

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... They served us a delicious salad buffet and the biggest pan of Paella I have ever seen. Everyone said there Thanks and most people boarded the bus to head out. We took the afternoon to enjoy some deck time and a trip to the hotel spa. Martin got a massage and I got a full set of exfoliating treatments followed by a massage. Tonight is our final night in the Canary Islands and we are sad to ...

Island exploration

A travel blog entry by peekageek on Dec 27, 2014

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Today's route was a loop around the island with some significant climbing. The elevation change we go up to is 3799 feet. We started the day out in the van to avoid some very steep grades up the mountain. The bikers who did it said it was the toughest start they have done. We got out of the van in El Palmar and started to climb a slow steady up hill ranging for 7 to 12 percent grades. Martin was having some breathing ...

Our epic travel day

A travel blog entry by peekageek on Dec 26, 2014

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... bag off for the rest of the trip. We upgraded our bikes and the light weight made a big difference on the climbs. I still out climbed Martin but he sails past me on the down hills. We joined the bus again because the road became to rough for safe biking over the next climb. We stayed on the bus to head to our next hotel in Buenavista on the coast. I rode 16 miles and Martin rode 26 miles with elevation gains of 2160 feet. The trip on the ...

Bye bye Tenerife, hello cold London

A travel blog entry by amtae on Nov 30, 2014

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... end on a sad or pessimistic note. What I can say at least, is that there will be other experiences to be had and cool new people to be met. You just need to make it happen. So make it happen girls and boys! I like the way Cecile bade me Au Revoir and Bon Voyage in her heavy French accent with Glaswegian inflections. She comes from Volvic originally, but lived Scotland most of her ...