Monday, 23 February 2015

CORRALEJO/FUERTEVENTURA INSTA MOMENTS


As I'm back home right now it is easier for me to consider and reflect on things. My stay in Corralejo was one independent experience which for sure left a big mark in my life. I'm sure that the end of my journey in Fuerteventura doesn't mean the end for my upcoming travels. It's a new start for me. I'm looking forward to coming back to Spain again. From my perspective, traveling and visiting new places is one true value of life. I'm living for it! 




Friday, 20 February 2015

OLD TOWN OF CORRALEJO


 We kicked off the day with a delicious Spanish meal and later on we went sightseeing. The old town of Corralejo was the right place for me as I'm a true lover of old buildings that bring you back to the past of Spain and kinda reminds me of TV series that I used to watch when I was a kid.It's a place that brings  the true Spanish spirit back. Made some special shots for you guys!

CACTUS


  Yesterday was a good time to take some photos in our hotel area. This place is awesome! We made so many good memories here and we couldn't forget to take some photos right before our heading out to the city just to show you some shots how things are here. Our stay here is coming to the end, but I think I've already made a really strong bond with this place. One of the best things that I found here
was cactus and palm trees garden.

Wednesday, 18 February 2015

FOURTH DAY IN FUERTEVENTURA

 

A new fresh day to explore something. Feeling super energetic and inspired by the beautiful sights and surroundings. What can be better than palm trees all over the place and flowers on the balcony in the middle of winter? We just walked from the market and I just couldn't miss the chance to take photos. That's how I feel here all the time. I want to take photos on every corner in the center of Corralejo. Such an inspiring place!


Tuesday, 17 February 2015

ON THE COAST


 Good morning, guys! During my second day in Spain I visited the coast which was full of small shops and restaurants. I explored even smallest corners here hoping to have a true national Spanish lunch. It was quite easy, as the spot we discovered today, seemed like the most Spanish place we've ever visited in Fuerteventura. We weren't in a hurry so we let ourselves enjoy that magical moment for all day. Local people were friendly and welcoming, good music, and amazing sight we were looking at from our restaurant proved us that was a valuable experience.


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