Hola guys and dolls! Sorry for the little blogging / social media break, but I’ve been off sunning myself in Lanzarote for the week!
We got a bit of a last minute deal for a week in Costa Teguise, on the east coast of Lanzarote, and had heaps of fun exploring the entire island.
Highlights included the Jardin de Cactus (which housed over 1500 different varieties of cactus!), Jameos Del Agua, where a rare species of pure white crabs live, Cueva de Los Verdes (“The Green Caves”) hollowed out of a lava flow (and home to Lanzarote’s biggest kept secret…) And the Timanfaya National Park, where we drove around the volcanoes and lava fields.
We also visited some very pretty beaches and villages, had lovely strolls along the promenades and also had fun chilling out reading our books by the pool and on our apartment patio.
Here’s a couple of snaps showing some of our adventures.
|Jardin de Cactus|
|Driving around the volcanoes in Timanfaya National Park|
|One of the sculptures at the home of Cesar Manrique|
|Amazing rock formations on the black lava sand beach|
|Lounging by the pool|
I had lots of time to blog and plan some new posts for you all so keep your eyes peeled! You can also follow Thinking Outside The Pickle Jar on Bloglovin’ HERE to make sure you don’t miss a thing!