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Monday, March 19, 2018

Flying Over The Canaries: San José de Los Llanos to Puerto Santiago



Monday, 19 March 2018 - every year on March 19 - is Día del Padre (Father's Day) in Spain and the Canary Islands in honour of the father of Jesus, San José (Saint Joseph).

So here's another wonderful video from the series VOLANDO SOBRE CANARIAS (Flying Over The Canaries), from San José de Los Llanos (see what I did there?) in the municipality de El Tanque down to Puerto Santiago in the municipality of Santiago del Teide in Tenerife, passing Erjos, Valle de Arriba, Santiago del Teide and Tamaimo to Puerto Santiago.

It's also quite amazing to see the Autopista TF-1 extension to Santiago del Teide (a.k.a. Santiago del Teide Ring Road) from this perspective, which was heralded as that, "from a technical point of view is one of the most ambitious in the whole of Spain." Yes, I know it could be a bit sad to find a road exciting, but somebody's dad is going to love it! :)

(The music is copyright free from the group Silent Partner, entitled "Don't Look".)

San José de Los Llanos a Puerto Santiago

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