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Day 4 - Teguise to Haria

 

 

  Garmin Data    
  Distance 15.4 km  
  Time Elapsed 6 hrs 12 mins  
  Moving Time 3 hrs 01 mins  
  Average Moving Pace 5.11 km/hr  
  Elevation Gain 365 m  
  Elevation Loss 381 m  
  Maximum Elevation 626 m  
  Minimum Elevation 287 m  

 

 

Ready to leve Tequise. Due to the wind, the side of my hat has become permantly up! (Photo: Andreas Weibel)

Leaving Teguise (Photo: Anna)

"Elegua"
Rigoberto Pérez Camacho. Sculpture at The omenaje "Diabletes Teguise" .
The Diabletes, an ancient tradition linked to the Corpus Christi celebrations in this town since the Middle Ages and subsequently Carnival.

Leaving Teguise

 

(Photo: Andreas Weibel)

Tomatoes growing on lapilli

 

 

 

 

(Photo: Anna)

 

 

Military radar installation

View back towards Teguise

Approaching Ermita e las Nieves

 

 

Heading towards the Famara Cliffs and the highest point in Lanzarote

(Photo: Andrew)

Looking down towards Playa de Famara

An unusual housing development at Playa de Famara viewed from the cliffs (Photo: Andrew)
Caleta de Famara, Urbanization Famara and Playa de Famara are the components of a big sweeping bay. Caleta de Famara is the traditional old fishing village. The Urbanization is a curious rectangular grid of streets set apart from the village consisting of curious semi circular houses.

The cliff path

 

The cliff edge, with Montaña Amarilla (Isla Graciosa) in the background

 

 

Members of a secretive Lanzarote sun-worshipping sect?

(Photo: Andreas Weibel)

Heading down an alternative valley route to Haria

(Photo: Andreas Weibel)

(Photo: Anna)

 

 

(Photo: Andreas Weibel)

Palms at César Manrique's house in Haria

(Photo: Andreas Weibel)

Haria

 

 

Having a well earned beer in Haria (Photo: Andreas Weibel)

 

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