Took a walk to see the lighthouse located on Faro Park, the lighthouse can be seen from miles around – and of course at night sends out it’s message of safety to sailors at night (who are without GPS). The original lighthouse, next to the new. A warning to sailors that mermaids may be afoot. … Continue reading this article ››
We spent a few hours walking around Lanzarote’s Teguise Market, lots of different stalls and varied food items on offer. Well worth the trip, parking was just a few Euro’s, plenty of other tourist attractions nearby to visit after you are finished here.
We arranged a sailing day with ‘Alex Sailing‘, Alex is based in Playa Blanca, Lanzarote. His sailing boat operates from the commercial/ferry port and offering sailing trips that can be customised to your need. Instead of using our hire car we took a bus from our villa to the port. As we were a little … Continue reading this article ››
A must visit burger bar in Playa Blanca Lanzarote has to be Chaco Fresh Burger. Cracking burgers, excellent service, the drinks are rather good as well. Well worth a visit if you are in the area. Photos of our yummmy meal:
Cueva de los Verdes is a lava tube tourist attraction located on the east side of Lanzarote. When you see ‘lave tube’ – think caves! Entry was inexpensive, informational, and also entertaining. The tour took around an hour or so, and there was plenty of parking is available at the attraction. The toilets are possibly … Continue reading this article ››
I got in touch with Yeomans Nissan in Waterlooville to ask if there was a chance of a test drive of the new Nissan Leaf; my current vehicle’s lease is coming to an end and we are contemplating going fully electric. Gerard at Yeomans took my call, and arranged a date and time for the … Continue reading this article ››
The Force is strong with this duvet! Going though a crate of my old stuff found my old duvet from back in the very early 1980’s. Yes it’s The Empire Strikes Back – in cracking condition! There was a matching pillowcase but this seems to be Lost in Space. Remember seeing the first three original … Continue reading this article ››
When Wellington Way received it’s rebranding and new signage … not only did the soldier mosaics remain, but this 1960’s sign on the side of Iceland was for whatever reason forgotten. Next time you’re passing – take a look! Which do you prefer – the old or the new?