You are in Los Cristianos you can get some expensive accommodation a full English breakfast a gallon of all inclusive lager or you could get on a ferry to La Palma and walk in the mountains along costal paths and dine on local cuisine, trying to speak Spanish.
Didn't do the caldera walk last year, came back to do it this year. Well worth it. Earned a beer!
Visited more pharmacies than restaurants, searching for Spanish treatments for man flu. Gripe del hombre (it does not translate)
Staying in Los Llanos De Aaridane again. This is I think our favourite town in the Canary Islands. So laid back.
First time in years I grew a backbone and hired a car to drive round in La Palma. Great choice. Taxis are too bloody expensive here.
Man flu, I have man flu, all this way to snorkel here and I feel shit. Still I went in with my wetsuit on. diving was painful!
Trudged up a stream over an assault course to get to a waterfall. Lots of hippies selling craft stuff on the way. Good lifestyle.
Sea is quite calm here today but the water is still too murky to see anything much snorkelling.
Ended up absolutely freezing having swam with a large cuttle fish in one of the bays here in Playa Blanca. Fabulous. But my hands went white.
Needed a swim today, so hopped on a bus to Teresitas. Beautiful spot. Not much to see underwater but good swimming. Now for a lager.
Stuck in this place for a few days waiting for a ferry to somewhere nicer. Swimming is OK, the town need work.
Booking for 4 days here in January was a mistake. Weather very bad and stuck in a CÚsar Manrique style, uncomfortable accommodation. We are leaving early, sod the money.
Found a nice little spot to snorkel, about 1km to the east of Orzola ina little bay, bery interesting rock formations above and below water.
Back in our old apartment from last year, much better than the hole we just stayed in near Las Canteras beach.
It was a bus from Los Llanos to Los Canarios today to climb up a hill at the end. Too cloudy up top though so we walked back, 25km; my feet hurt!
Staying in a semi hippy, semi middle aged German resort, love it, no chip shops. Scenery stunning, cliffs all around.
liking it in Puerto de la Cruz. It is not like the beach resorts of the south, it is much more interesting, but not at warm!
Went whale watching today. Loved the first hour. Felt sea sick, still feel like I'm going up and down with the boat on dry land.
Here again in Santa Cruz waiting for a ferry. Nice place to spend a few days. Good food and a great beach.
Adorably cute little fishing village on the north coast of Lanzarote. No boozy Brits here, Orzola was as a pleasant surprise.