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Sunday, April 01, 2012

El Puertito

Yesterday when it was my day off we had a stroll in El Puertito.

We decided to walk up the steps, on the left side of the bay, to
look what's on the other side of the mountain.
We have learned we'll get different experiences of the nature if we just
take a walk to the 'back sides' of the places people normally see.

The view when you get up.

The water is very clear and it looks so beautiful.

At the seafront of this little cape the lava is very orange.
It looks very different when it also has got a mix with small black lava balls.

Brito got an idea that I would climb up and ride this rocket so that
he could take a photo. Finally up there I became very dizzy of the altitude and I hardly couldn't move. Oh, how scared I became! I thought I would not get down and he had to help me.

For him it was just a piece of cake to get up and down.

This is how it looks on the other side of the mountain.
There are some nice beach spots where to go if you like to
spend a day in the sun without a lot of tourists around you.

After a short walk we came to an other big bay.

When Brito appeares in my blogg posts he always read them and approve them.
When it comes to this photo he like me to tell you that he is not urinating even when it looks like that. He is just holding a bottle of water with his hands.
He is not doggy and urinate in the nature like many men do.
I certify to you this is the truth!!!
If he would be doggy I would directly skip him!

When you look down to the seafront the beach looks like this.

On the other side of the bay the lava suddenly has changed to an other color.
The mountain wall looks like it has been made of concrete.
Also nice and different.

On the way home we stoped in La Caleta to have a lunch.
We started with Camarones when we both are crazy in having them.
I had a glas of cold white wine from the island and Brito had a
'tinto verano' ( a mix of redvine and seven up, that the Canarians many times
drink in the summer time).

And then we had sardinas with papas arrugadas.


1 comment:

Sue Norm said...

Looks Lovely.:+))