Gran Canaria – Conclusion

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Gran Canaria is a fascinating island with a lot to explore! The north of the island is full of Spanish people and it is hard to find English speakers. So if you want to visit this part, you should know some Spanish phrases. In the south on the other hand, you will find everything but Spanish. The most spoken languages there are English and German. Also this part is very touristic with many attractions and tours. If you travel from the north of Europe, or North America, you will find many things on this island very cheap. To travel around the …

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Gran Canaria day 6 and 7 – Let’s get naked!

On this day I went to the Yumbo center in the morning to get some breakfast. I also got some souvenirs, a beach towel and some postcards. After that I went back and got ready for the beach. I had one big goal for this day – go nude on the beach! I mean honestly, I am far away from my home and nobody knows me here. Also I will probably never ever see the people on the beach ever again in my life. So why not simply do it? So I went with only my shorts on to the …

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Gran Canaria day 5 – Lost in the desert

When I woke up, I checked my bank account and saw that there was no money on it at all! I was broke. Of course I was a bit upset, but I tried to stay calm and thought about what to do next. As I wanted to go to the next place, I asked a friend of mine online if she can book a place for me. The money I had left was enough for some food and a bus ticket, so this wasn’t a problem at all. Fortunately she booked a place to stay for me via Airbnb in …

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Iceland Day 6 – A long way to Arkanes

  I woke up, had a quick breakfast and went to the city center afterwards. I slandered through the shopping streets and bought some souvenirs and food. And I also went to the Harpa to see it for the last time. It looked simply stunning and beautiful in the morning sun. Afterwards I walked all the way up to the cathedral of Christ The King and saw a strange statue there. It looked like a woman staying and praying with a green cross glowing inside of her. It looked pretty strange and I had no idea what it should represent. …

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Iceland day 5 – A strange day in the swimming pool

I woke up, had my daily routine and during my shower I was thinking about the falling star I saw last night when I was looking for the northern lights. Then I went towards Reykjavik. But first of all, I stopped at an Icelandic bakery to eat some typical pastry. I have to say, they are really good at baking pastry. When I left Selfoss, 2 women stopped for me. The Canadian women were so happy to give me a lift because it was one of their points written on their bucket list. It is part of the culture in Iceland to stop …

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