You wanna see more from the press trip at the Canary Islands? I got access to all my pictures again and will post the rest of them. Let’s escape for a bit.
This is Carolina, one of the guys organizing the trip.
Gotta say, low-season is when I love to travel the most – less people, better temperatures for the polar bear Juto and I don’t mind a bit of rain.
Our driver took us to Bodegón Tamanca, where we had lunch in a cave. This is the view from where I sat.
Food kept coming in, to the right the traditional smoked goats cheese, which just melts in your mouth. I think we got this with almost every meal and you know me, I never say no to cheese. The blood sausage to the left looks great. We also had really good wine from the bodega, of course. Johan got a bottle of red, still unopened, waiting to share it with some special people.
Went out for some fresh air, all this food and wine made me dizzy. Hard to stop eating when it’s so well made and delicious. It’s beautiful up in the mountains. Can you imagine how fresh the air was?
A coffee and then we jumped into the car to go to Santa Cruz de la Palma, a very beautiful town where I took a bunch of pictures to share with you in the next blog post. Have you been there? The guys told me it reminded them a little bit of Havana, so Johan and I were like LET’S GO at the same time. Next to Johan is José, the other guy in charge of the trip. We had so much fun.
Bye Bodegón Tamara, I hope to see you again some day.