My introduction to the island was well underway when I took my first surf class of the holiday.
I get off the plane after the usual rush to go on vacation – pack this, remember keys, charge phone, show boarding pass, hurry-up-and-find-your-seat.
Some people go on afterwork drinks, others go on “aftersurf” hamburgers and beers.
Every Tuesday at 8 p.m.
So I decided to conquer the highest volcano that stands closest to Corralejo.
After our surf session at Rocky Point the surf instructor asked if we wanted to see some of the other surf spots along the north coast.
The morning felt a bit chilly and the wind was getting stronger and stonger.
The spaniards are festive people. They sure know how to come up with good reasons to party.
As I mentioned before Fuerteventura in a quite rocky and sandy island.
It is ten minutes to ten in the morning and you and your housemates are waiting outside Casa Carmen to be picked up by the surf van.
When you travel and spend some more time in one place you start creating local routines and habits. It usually happens when you feel comfortable and “at home” in a new place.