Canary Island Cactus Garden


Somebody took a 360degree photo of a cactus garden in the Canary Islands, so that you could enjoy it.

The Jardin de Cactus was very busy when we were there (mid August) and we couldn’t summon the energy to queue with the coach loads of fellow tourists, for our “free” drink at the cafe. There was also a queue to reach the old windmill, which is still used to grind cornflour. The water garden at the centre was disappointingly green and smelly, but we did like the primitive, caveman-style drawings, telling you which loo was which.

You did enjoy it, didn’t you? What, you haven’t clicked through yet to see what I’m talking about? Fools!


    
    
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