Tenerife Island Road IMG_6210

One of the roads on Tenerife Island, which is one of the largest and most popular of the Canary Islands in Spain. This is a quite characteristic look of the islands more desert-like vegetation.

Tenerife was created volcanically and started to develop itself about 20-50 million years ago on the bottom of the Atlantic ocean, off the coast of Africa – which explains it’s nice climate.

Quite fascinating, wouldn’t you say?

More travel reports will follow from our trip there, so stay tuned…

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15 Comments on “Tenerife Island Triptease”

    Gattina said:

    What I love about Tenerife is that it looks so moonlike in the South and like Switzerland in the north ! On such a small island you have several continents !

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    It’s beautiful. I love the desert very much. Went to death valley one year and it was amazing. Hot, but amazing.

    Have a terrific weekend. :)

    Linda said:

    This is a beautiful photo!

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    Ah, looks great! I can’t wait to check out the Canary Islands. I think we can take a cruise ship from nearby where we are in Andalucia, so it is on our agenda. Thanks for the sneak peak into your trip!

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    Puss in Boots said:

    I got all excited when you said “Triptease” and thought you had deliberately left off the S. (grin). I was wondering what you had been up to.

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    What great landscape. I can’t wait to read more about your trip.

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    Ling said:

    Ok! I read every word. then re-read it again. There’s no ‘triptease’ anywhere in here. PIcture’s beautiful. Nice scenery and all, but no tease there too. What’s with all the teasing about the triptease? :mrgreen:

    Josh said:

    It is indeed beautiful. First time to see such beauty.

    Gennaro said:

    Volcanically-created islands are often the most beautiful. The topography is stunning. Nice to hike too.

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    Dominique said:

    Fascinating place…it reminds me just a bit of the Badlands in North and South Dakota, rugged desert-like terrain that is beautiful in its own stark way.
    Thanks for sharing.

    DianeCA said:

    It looks so wild and different from Scandinavia!! I’ll bet it was fantastic to take in the sights there. Watch out for the cactuses though.

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    Carolina said:

    cool landscape, looks dessert, yet a bit tropical. have a great trip.

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    RennyBA said:

    You know I love it when you are teasing :roll:

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    claudie said:

    what a beautiful landscape! I was so busy all those days I missed all on the blogsphere! :cry: Sounds you did a marvelous trip! :grin:

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    Marion said:

    Wonderful landscape! I’ve never been in Tenerife, but it’s high up on my travel agenda.

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