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Lanzarote. Salinas de Janubio. La Geria. Puerto del Carmen

Capi4ca • 3 minutes read • May 31st, 2016
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.
1-lanzarote-salinas-puerto.jpgYou can see mounds of salt.
2-lanzarote-salinas-puerto.jpg3-lanzarote-salinas-puerto.jpg4-lanzarote-salinas-puerto.jpg5-lanzarote-salinas-puerto.jpgWe continued to La Geria, where all of the vineyards are located, which grow by the roadside. Since these photos were taken from the window of the bus, please excuse their quality.
Every vine is placed in a hollow and surrounded by volcanic stones to protect them from the wind. 
6-lanzarote-salinas-puerto.jpgWe finally arrived and found barrels of wine fermenting.  
7-lanzarote-salinas-puerto.jpg8-lanzarote-salinas-puerto.jpg9-lanzarote-salinas-puerto.jpgWe were given red and white wines to taste but I am no expert. Instead, I bought a green T-shirt with lizards printed on it.
10-lanzarote-salinas-puerto.jpgThere are vineyards here as well.
11-lanzarote-salinas-puerto.jpgOn our way back to the hotel, we saw this familiar mountain.
12-lanzarote-salinas-puerto.jpgWe passed by a monument dedicated to a peasant, which we will investigate on our

next excursion

.13-lanzarote-salinas-puerto.jpgWe returned to the hotel at 4:30 and then headed straight to the beach . . . finally! Swim, swim, swiiiiim!
The cool blue water of the ocean was a welcome relief after a long hot day of touring part of the island.
14-lanzarote-salinas-puerto.jpgEvery time the tide rolls back, the water leaves a mysterious pattern in the sand.
15-lanzarote-salinas-puerto.jpg16-lanzarote-salinas-puerto.jpgThe sand is yellow and the black streaks are remnants of the volcano.
17-lanzarote-salinas-puerto.jpgThe day is over.
18-lanzarote-salinas-puerto.jpgAuthor: Capi4ca
Source: 
capi4ca.livejournal.com/513313
capi4ca.livejournal.com/514051
Translated by: Vera Lungol

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