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Thursday, March 19, 2015

El Médano and Costa del Silencio, as different as Red and Yellow

Mid march and there’s not a cloud in the Tenerife sky, neither is there a breath of air. It’s beautiful weather for a coastal walk. Initially we pass plenty of other people, some dressed as though heading to the beach rather than a walk through arid malpaís. The yellow-tinged terrain is broken by splashes of pink-red orchilla and bulbous prickly pear balanced on the edge of cactus paddles like tin ducks in a shooting gallery.

El Médano and Costa del Silencio, as different as Red and Yellow

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