it was a little bit political and that’s not what this blog is about so I removed the post. Thank you to those who commented. I hope you received my replies before I removed the post. My heart really does go out to all those affected by these terrible storms and I hope relief comes quickly to those that need it.
I’m in Fuerteventura enjoying very stable, very convivial weather. Thirty degrees with a nice breeze and the sun shining. Just what I need.
Having just finished one project, met the deadline and thinking I’m on holiday, I find myself on an island that immediately demands that I start a new project so it’s not going to be all play. I’m going to be working too but as I love what I do, that’s no hardship.
I’ve posted below a photograph I took at dawn this morning from the window of my car with my phone. I will be going back. I’ve also posted below the image I posted the other day. The lady with the child on a bicycle just happened along and added just what I needed to the photograph. I hope you enjoy the photos. I’ll endeavour to ignore the news and immerse myself in the Canary Island experience which I can recommend to anyone..
I’ve just arrived in Fuerteventura. I’ll be here for the next the weeks enjoying the sunshine and the wonderful sandy beaches. In staying in a villa just yards from Sotovento beach, a few miles south of Costa Calma. It’s heaven.
We’ve no WiFi here so I’m going to be out of touch for a little while. I’ll hope to catch up with you all on my return.
I’m Publishing this post from my smart phone, not something I’ve done before and it’s not going smoothly to say the least but fingers crossed.
See you all soon..
No sooner had my feet touched the tarmac following a very busy time in Iceland, than they were airborne once more but this time heading south for a bit of R & R and sunshine therapy. With repeat medical tests looming, the results of which I’m more than a little concerned about, getting away and forgetting all of that for a wee while seemed a smart move.
Where better for such a thing than the Canary Islands, Fuerteventura to be exact. It’s currently 24 °c, that’s around 75 °f, not too hot and with a constant cooling breeze, it’s pretty near perfect for me and to be enjoying this in March is a real treat to be sure. Thank heavens for budget airlines.
Traveling on the first day to a near deserted beach on the northwestern side of the Island, I came across this fairly iconic symbol.
Please bear with me while I take this little break. I’ll be visiting all your blogs and catching up once I’m back to a very cold, grey drizzly Cornwall in a few day’s time. Feels like a million miles away just now not just a mere 2, 300 0dd miles. See you soon.. :-)