We took a bus to the north end of the island. It was very volcanic along no the shore and there were some lovely cliffs along the shore.
We found some crab shells along the shore. They do not seem to offered on any menus on the island so perhaps they need to grow a bit larger.
There were a couple of dwellings along the shore. They had stacked up lava as their walls , I imagine that the insides were quite dark and dingy.
On the weekends there is a huge market in a town about thirty kilometres from where we were staying. We went on the bus with a couple from Austria, there were lots of booths, but not as many food stalls as I thought there would be. We happened on a demonstration of traditional Canarian dancing. I really enjoyed it.
At one end of the market there was a demon of some king blowing a conch shell, I loved his outfit.
We waited almost a week extra to meet up with our buddies, Kathy and Jeremy from Sal Darago. We last saw them in Antigua, in the Caribbean and we first met them in Cookstown, Australia. We sailed up the east coast of Aus. with them, through Indonesia, across the Indian Ocean, hiking in all sorts of wonderful locations. We hung out with them in South Africa, Namibia, and St. Helena, they travelled the same path as us and them after Antigua they went h me to England and completed their circumnavigation. It was wonderful to see them again, we had sundowners three days Ina row and played bridge one night, the women cleaned up, just so you know. It was a slice.
That is what it is all about, the people you meet and the memories you make.