Petra in action
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Petra at lunch
Famara surf beach, way cool!
Petra and I at the sunset in El Golfo
Video from the national park area where 175 km3 lava flowed out around 1870-ish
Cactus up close
El Santa sunset
The day of arrival it had rained (hard) so for the next 2 days, everything sprung to life
Cesar Manrique, yard with mural
Cesar Manrique, 800 m2 house built in the old lava flow
Petra editing photos of the day
Me making dinner
Grapes being grown in typical local style
Villa Amatista complex
Old mine, mining eruption debris for gardening, roads, etc
Lagomar restaurant in Nazaret where we had lunch and a fancy cooking dinner!
Cesar Manrique, old lava tunnel now hallway
Cesar Manrique's old mansion, coming down into the lava
Timanfaya, search the little blue car in the lower right half for a sense of scale. There is a little blueish dot on the road going up from the low left to the low right.
Timanfaya national park, where from 1730-1736 eruptions spewed out 1 km3 of new lava
Petra in our apartment at Villa Amatista, with our first set of tapas