About Keith M
Lives in Shoreham-by-Sea, United Kingdom
Since Jun. 2008
50-64 year old male
Happily partnered. Tempus fugit. Carpe diem
Mountains, Geologic Formations, National Parks, Volcanoes
Kayaking & Canoeing
Parks, Zipline & Aerial Adventure Parks
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Architectural Buildings
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Historic Walking Areas
Historic Sites, Castles
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Observatories & Planetariums
Amazing and magical place. Drive slowly and annoy the coaches and others trying to rush through!! Watch the weather form and move across the park, create cloud water falls and rivers across the arid landscape. Take the walks and marvel and the Universe on earth.
One of the best places to stay on the island, we've been back three times and will continue to go as long as they maintain the standards
Lots of lovely villages to explore. Drive slowly and take a chance.
The highest mountain in Spain, the Mount Fuji of Iberia.
The old men of Tenerife. Like a scene from a scifi movie.
More of a locals beach now. The tourists have in the main sold up and left. Sunbath and watch the clouds circle around Tiede.
You can't be prepared for how big this is! Nice two to spend a morning or afternoon
Our Puerto!! I feel such emotion just thinking about this town. One of Thomas Cook's early destinations. Traditional Spanish and modern life together. Taoro park...!!! Some wonderful small streets and tropical planting.
The capital and of the Canaries (occasionally!! lol). So many old Spanish Colonial streets and sites to see.
Not the prettiest town..... A good place to stay and take boat trips. The sea front walk to Alcala is nice and at weekends to watch the surfers.
OK it's not the Redwood forest but it one of the last remaining ares of woodland on the Canaries after the stripped the islands to build the Armada!! Nice couple of hours wander
The village is for the locals, and the square is very nice with a couple of good restaurants. If your staying at Gran Melia or one of the smaller places locally the coast walk (recently refurbished and very good) and harbour are nice strolls at any time of the day. There's a tale that an old women feeds a porpois at noon ever Sunday. never seen it happen!!! There's a Monday market and the obligatory festival.
Nice little haven in beautiful Puerto. (the photos show the Drago which isn't there??) There is a fantastic ficus and turtle ponds and a host of other well established plants. A couple of nice cafes opposite were you can take in the view of the trees.
Totally amazing building, in my mind gives Sydney Opera House a good slap around the face (hasn't got the bay or the pollution though)! Awesome structure hung from the sky.
Good place to start exploring, adjacent to Parque García Sanabria. You could walk all the way down but .... Nice stroll a few shops and restaurants to drop off at.
A bit of the older history in Puerto. Not the biggest castle in the world. They sometime have art or other exhibitions there. Good view point, if it's open!
One of the older more tradition Towns on Tenerife. It actually has a multi international community. Can be quiet or busy. Small and pleasant.
A place of art, not butterflies, and possible peace (also la paz): depends how busy it is!!! Nice art garden
Great happening place for the modern art lover. Check what's on in case it's not your thing! Nice place to hang out anyway.
It's been closed the times we've been there. One day we'll get it right!! Great view and amazing structure. One of those things you can see from all over the island and want to find out more.