Jameos del Agua in Lanzarote – by Day & Night

  In Hungarian/Magyarul - Egy Utazámániás Tyúk Naplója: Jameos del Agua Lanzarote-n - nappal és éjszaka César Manrique was a great artist and architect, he created a lot of interesting things/sights on Lanzarote, where he was born. I honestly haven't heard about him until I came here, although I like art and I am not... Continue Reading →

Bucket List for LANZAROTE

 In Hungarian / Magyarul  - Egy Utazásmániás Tyúk Naplója: Bakancslista LANZAROTE szigetére The bucket list is a list of the things we would like to do/see/feel/experience before we die. It as a „Top 10 +” or a „Must see/do...” list. Lanzarote is not as popular and famous as Tenerife or Gran Canaria among the Canary... Continue Reading →

Sunset in Puerto del Carmen, Lanzarote

 In Hungarian / Magyarul - Egy Utazásmániás Tyúk Naplója: Naplemente Puerto del Carmen strandján Many times after work I just get in the car and drive home without looking around. Yesterday I didn't do it so. I am so lucky I live here now. Open your eyes and see, you too!

White Sandy Beaches on La Graciosa Island

 In Hungarian / Magyarul - Egy Utazásmániás Tyúk Naplója: Fehér homokos tengerpartok La Graciosa szigetén Since I spend my second winter half on Lanzarote it is obvious that I should see La Graciosa. I don't think you heard about this Island only if you have spent some time on Lanzarote, not that popular like La... Continue Reading →

The Carnival in Arrecife in Pictures

 In Hungarian / Magyarul - Egy Utazásmániás Tyúk Naplója: A karnevál Lanzarote fővárosában, Arrecife-n képekben  Hola, the Carnival (in Spanish speaking countries spelled as Carnaval) in the Canary Islands has a tradition, it is a serious business some say, every island celebrates it, in Lanzarote there is something in many villages/cities. The most important fiesta... Continue Reading →

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