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Wednesday, September 23, 2015

The Problem With Cyclists and Cairns on Tenerife

The climb was steep and the path was narrow. The hillside rose up sharply on one side and dropped away on the other. Blocking my way right at the top of the incline was a girl on a mountain bike. There was no place for either of us to go. I had to carefully inch my way around her on the side where the path fell away. It was a relatively dangerous manoeuvre and I wasn’t a happy bunny at having to do it. The narrow walking trail wasn’t big enough to accommodate both hikers and bikers.

The Problem With Cyclists and Cairns on Tenerife

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