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The island of Lanzarote made me wonder. It's just a few hours on the water from the neighboring Canary Islands, but there's a feeling that you find yourself in another world. 300 years ago, everything was blooming and smelling, the harvest was several times a year. So far in 1730, in the result of...
We arrived to Caesar Manrique's House. It was here that he found 5 enormous pieces of solidified lava that had formed into caves. Manrique built his house here. Below is a museum, as well as a Caesar Manrique fund, that deals with protecting nature on the island.  Our guide gave us all...
Here, we were on the observation deck of the  Mirador del Rio . The exit to the ocean was fenced in.... ....just like this. Beyond the wall, there was an observation deck with views of the Chinijo Archipelago. Below are some close-up shots of the landscape. The population is 300,000...
From the  Park of cactuses, we arrived to the Cave of Jameos del Agua. Near the entrance to the cave is this sculpture:  We went down: Of course, you can take photos along the way but it was so dark that you can barely see anything. The one-of-a-kind blind albino crab lives in this...
Day 5, Friday. Today marked our second excursion; our bus left at 9.40 am.   A lot of things on the island were made by Caesar Manrique. He created the island's style, look, and symbol. His most famous work is the "Monument to the Peasant". There is no water on the island. After the...
Day 4, Thursday. We traveled to the town of Playa Blanca,  situated in the southern part of the island. When we left territory in the morning, the grass was being watered. We even managed to take a photo of a little rainbow. Below is the bus stop. We were waiting for bus umber 61 but there...
Day 3, Wednesday. We passed by the Salinas de Janubio, where salt is extracted. We did not stop here so the following photos were taken from the bus. You can see mounds of salt. We continued to La Geria, where all of the vineyards are located, which grow by the roadside. Since these photos were...
Day 3, Wednesday. We arrived at El Golfo. The previous volcanic eruption led to the setting of a beautiful landscape of rocks, a stormy ocean and a green lake. Here, peridot is extracted from solidified magma. We walked along the shore. Such a marvelous view! You quietly stand here and...
Day 3, Wednesday. We arrived in Yaiza for dinner. During our free time, we took photos of the town.  Here is a small church in the city. We went inside: A square in front of the church is decorated with flags. This is a children's playground: We then walked to side of the town opposite...
The following photos showcase our autobus trip to the Timanfaya National Park (a volcanic park). It started at 9 a.m. and was held in English.  This plan was taken from the excursion leaflet: Let's go! A photo from the bus: Everything must be watered thoroughly. Below, a plot of land is...
Day 1, Monday. We left Gran Canaria and traveled to  Lanzarote at 1:15 p.m. The seats were not numbered. The plane was like a local bus and like an airport, our luggage was carefully examined. We were offered water, peanuts and candy on the plane. Hurray! We landed! This...