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Posted Nov 04 2009 10:02pm

Andrea My name is Andrea. I was born and raised in Leicestershire in the U.K. In 1994 I drove 15,000 miles around the United States and on returning home, couldn´t seem to settle back into the old routine. So, I uprooted myself from there to come and work ´for the summer´ on the island of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands. Well, that was twelve years ago now. Since being here, I have realised that there is definately more on offer on this volcanic island than just beaches and nightlife and so, armed with my passion for walking, I have decided to share these thoughts and ideas with you along with alternative outdoor pursuit options. ..

So, what´s this blog about?

It is a blog aimed to show people a different way of exploring the island by getting away from the typical tourist bus tours where you find that you only have a limited time to discover the places that you are shown. Initially, I will cover walking tours showing parts of this impressive island that can´t be viewed from a car or bus window. I then aim to show the numerous alternative outdoor pursuits available here ranging from kayaking, diving, mountain biking, surfing and horse riding, to name a few. …

about the Outdoor Lanzarote blog

Quality of the posts is good. Click on either of the two images to see a sample.

Mancha Blanca – Caldera Blanca

Mancha Blanca – Caldera Blanca

Las Casitas de Femés – Femés

Las Casitas de Femés – Femés

Outdoor Lanzarote ….a walk on the wild side

I’ve subscribed by RSS to this site. The Canary Islands are high on my personal list of future hiking destinations.

Andrea My name is Andrea. I was born and raised in Leicestershire in the U.K. In 1994 I drove 15,000 miles around the United States and on returning home, couldn´t seem to settle back into the old routine. So, I uprooted myself from there to come and work ´for the summer´ on the island of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands. Well, that was twelve years ago now. Since being here, I have realised that there is definately more on offer on this volcanic island than just beaches and nightlife and so, armed with my passion for walking, I have decided to share these thoughts and ideas with you along with alternative outdoor pursuit options. ..

So, what´s this blog about?

It is a blog aimed to show people a different way of exploring the island by getting away from the typical tourist bus tours where you find that you only have a limited time to discover the places that you are shown. Initially, I will cover walking tours showing parts of this impressive island that can´t be viewed from a car or bus window. I then aim to show the numerous alternative outdoor pursuits available here ranging from kayaking, diving, mountain biking, surfing and horse riding, to name a few. …

about the Outdoor Lanzarote blog

Quality of the posts is good. Click on either of the two images to see a sample.

Mancha Blanca – Caldera Blanca

Mancha Blanca – Caldera Blanca

Las Casitas de Femés – Femés

Las Casitas de Femés – Femés

Outdoor Lanzarote ….a walk on the wild side

I’ve subscribed by RSS to this site. The Canary Islands are high on my personal list of future hiking destinations.

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