Monday, January 14, 2013

Walk across a Volcanic Crater in Teide National Park

The route follows what was originally camino chasnero, the road constructed by the Conquistadors to connect north to south. Over this route came chestnuts and pigs from Icod de los Vinos and the island's north, and in return potatoes and figs travelled from Granadilla and Vilaflor in the south.

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