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There are places out there that never cease to fascinate us. The Canary Islands is one of those places for this family who returned to Las Palmas and Tenerife to wander through green woods, explore volcanic terrains, gaze at the scenic Milky Way and visit small villages perched on rocky sea cliffs.

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Volcanic islands always had a power of attraction for our family and offered us remarkable experiences. Iceland gave us a taste for photography, my wife was pregnant with our boy as we climbed to the top of the Piton de la Fo(...)

Volcanic islands always had a power of attraction for our family and offered us remarkable experiences. Iceland gave us a taste for photography, my wife was pregnant with our boy as we climbed to the top of the Piton de la Fournaise on Reunion Island and Lanzarote was our first trip to 4. This attraction brought back to the Canary Islands this summer and more particularly to Tenerife and La Palma. As much lunar landscape, lush forest in the middle of steep mountains and charming cities. A call to an archipelago bathed by the Sun during the day and the Milky Way and Bloody Moon at night.

 

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