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It has been a while since I have been able to write a blog.  The focused has been on writing a dissertation for my Electronic Engineering Degree which I have been doing part time for the last 5 years.  This blog is about a small excursion made to the Teide National Park in Tenerife in March. The Teide National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with the 3718-meter volcano, Mount Teide situated in its centre.  The national park was declared a world heritage site in 2007 and is full of extraordinary rock formations and unique biodiversity. As an avid hiker, the Teide National Park is a hiker’s paradise.  Outstanding views and hundreds of trails to explore. Mount Teide can be seen from almost anywhere on the Island of Tenerife, and in early March the Southern flanks of the volcano were still full of snow making for a jaw dropping…

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Our first cycling touring adventure.

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Wild camping done properly is an adventure for everyone.

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Climbing the sensational Avalanche/Red Wall/Longlands on Y Lliwedd East Face.

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