News & photos of passage to Tenerife (& whales)
After a few days repacking Talulah in preparation for the Atlantic, and waiting out horrendous winds, we went and anchored off Punta Papagayo for a couple of days, where we swam, snorkelled and scrubbed the bottom of the RIB (dinghy) which was covered in barnacles since Portugal!
On Saturday 14th Nov we set off on our 28
hour sail to
We arrived in Santa Cruz, Tenerife, yesterday, and will probably spend a couple of days stocking up with yet more stuff for the Atlantic, and climbing EL Teide, at 3717m the highest mountain in Spain, before setting off possibly to the island of Gomera, or maybe even straight across from here…
Our anchoring spot in crystal clear waters off Punta Papagayo, Lanzarote.
Can you imagine our surprise to discover the beach in the background was full of nudists – big, ugly, slow-moving ones. Not quite the Playboy mansion.
Trying to finish the chapter, racing the rapidly fading light.
Ali fruitlessly trying to raise the marina in
Hey there big fella! Big, lazy, slow moving,
gentle Pilot Wales in the
Mother and Calf