May 1, 2012


Roque Nublo
Mirador de las Moscas

Camel ride
Dunes of Maspalomas
Our visit is over but we have loads of pictures to remember this wonderful week we have shared: an  intense week of hard work sharing good practices and establishing links for future cooperation and projects; but not only have we worked hard, we have also enjoyed  wonderful weather, we have witnessed amazing landscapes and we have tasted the Canarian cuisine. We have visited the Natural Reserve of Maspalomas Dunes and its Lagoon, we have had fun on a camel ride, walked up the Roque Nublo, visited the Auditorium Alfredo Kraus, Cristopher Columbus's House and Las Canteras Beach; we have tried delicious meals cooked and served by the students of Tourism at IES San Cristóbal and IES Faro de Maspalomas, and last but not least, we have shared a hilarious afternoon of flolklore with dances and music by the group Horizonte.

Canarian dance and music - Horizonte group
Alfredo Kraus Auditorium
We want to thank all the European participants for their contribution, enthusiasm and kindness, as well as all the speakers who helped the host institution (EOI Maspalomas) in the organisation of this visit: Julia Talavera, Víctor Montesdeoca and Crsitina Monti (EOI Maspalomas), Juana Teresa Domínguez (IES El Rincón), Esther Pinto (IES Las Palmas I), Michael Lord (EOI Guía), María Jesús González (EOI Telde) and EOI Las Palmas II for offering their facilities to host some presentations.

Thanks a million to all the sponsors for their support, especially to Ilustre Ayuntamiento de San Bartolomé de Tirajana.

You all have lots of friends in Gran Canaria: we'll keep in touch!

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