You might have heard the old chestnut about Gran Canaria being like a 'continent in miniature'. Well, it’s not far from the truth. The third-largest island of the Canaries, Gran Canaria’s startling range of terrain - fertile north, arid interior, ... 

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Stephen W

January 2016

 Fuerteventura Sand , Stephen W - January 2016

Fuerteventura Sand

Fuerteventura Sand

Stephen W

January 2016

 The Camel that bites. But you can feed him. , Stephen W - January 2016

Camel! At the cheese farm.

The Camel that bites. But you can feed him.

Stephen W

January 2016

 Take your passport here to get to the other side. The coach gets on and meets you over there. The ferry itself is nice, takes 30 minutes and there's food and drink. And free wifi. , Stephen W - January 2016

The ferry you get on

Take your passport here to get to the other side. The coach gets on and meets you over there.
The ferry itself is nice, takes 30 minutes and there's food and drink. And free wifi.

Stephen W

January 2016

 The man is giving us the dirt which is about 68 degrees hot. Dug up from the top of the volcano. , Stephen W - January 2016

Top of the volcano

The man is giving us the dirt which is about 68 degrees hot. Dug up from the top of the volcano.

Stephen W

January 2016

 Lots of camels. And a few common pigeons. Watch you don't step in the Camel muck. , Stephen W - January 2016

Camels at the bottom of the Volcano

Lots of camels. And a few common pigeons.
Watch you don't step in the Camel muck.

Stephen W

January 2016

 The tour guide on the left and the man in the middle who pours the water down. This is at Timanfaya National Park. , Stephen W - January 2016

Geyser

The tour guide on the left and the man in the middle who pours the water down.
This is at Timanfaya National Park.

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