Lanzarote, Canary Islands – Spain

Sorry for being absent on my blog but I was living an unforgettable experience in Lanzarote, the northernmost island of the seven Canary Islands (El Hierro, Palma, La Gomera, Tenerife, Gran Canaria and Fuerteventura) and surely the most transformed by a series of eruptions whose traces are violently visible on the island’s surface.

Its incredible and unique geological and natural landscapes are a treasure to discover, together with its dramatic cliffs, wonderful beaches, caves and grottos and thousands fat plants that grow in the most unusual places, showing that life is stronger than the most disruptive event.

I advise you to rent a car/motorbike and drive on the island’s roads enjoying its landscape changing in a couple of miles and stopping wherever you feel like.

Apart from the main touristic centers (the capital Arrecife and the main touristic destination Puerto del Carmen) are the little towns and villages whose white, flat buildings with blue or green shutters create a nice and romantic contrast to the black/reddish shade of the volcanoes. In these little fishermen’s towns, one can eat delicious fresh fish in one of the tiny restaurants.

El Golfo and this incredible black beach with the Green Lake. 

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Los Hervideros

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The large sand beach of Puerto del Carmen


The infernal beauty of the Timanfaya National Park

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The delicious little village of Haria


The stunning view from the Mirador del Rio 

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The volcanic grottos – La Cueva de los Verdes

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Los Jameos del Agua – The white pool is by the most famous artist of the island, César Manrique. 

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White sand and perfect volcanic lagoons 

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The little village of Orzola, the northernmost village of the island, where one can eat delicious food and take a ferry to the near Isla la Graciosa 

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Monumento al Campesino by César Manrique


The beautiful beach of Famara is a paradise for the surfers. 

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Giant cactus – Jardin de Cactus by César Manrique

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Fondacion César Manrique – Tahiche 

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Marina Bay Sands Skypark – Singapore

Ok I was stunned when I first saw those pictures. And the second thought was: there is a new place on my Wish List.

The three incredible buildings have on top (191m) an incredible flat structure that links them all. On this platform is situated the world-famous Infinity Pool, from where you can enjoy a breathtaking view over Singapore’s Marina Bay.

The property includes an hotel, a convention and exhibition centre, theaters, parks, retailers, restaurants and the pool on top, and has surely redefined Singapore’s skyline.

Final comment: I WANT TO GO THERE.

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My favorite Waterfalls

Listening to amazing atmospherical music, dreaming of flying away, and suddenly taking flight with my mind… floating above mountains, flats, seas for miles and miles, finding peace in front of some giants.

Their dimension seems to belong to another world, and I’m astonished by their look, their rage, their roar.

But after a while, after the first shock, they become part of me, part of the world, part of the planet we have to care of.


1 – Salto Angel – Venezuela (807m/2648ft height)



2 – Victoria Falls – Zimbabwe/Zambia (108m/355ft height)


3 – Niagara Falls – Canada/U.S.A. (51m/167ft height)


4 – Iguazú – Argentina/Brazil (82m/269ft height)


5 – Skógafoss – Iceland (60m/200ft height)


6 – Jog Falls, India (253m/829ft height)


7 – Kraieteur Fall – Guyana (226m/741ft height)


8 – Gocta – Peru (771m/2530ft height)