This is Roque de Agando, a sacred mountain for the indigenous guanche people of La Gomera and also one of several volcanic plugs in the area. We drove right past this mountain on our first day as we headed towards El Cedro and Garajonay National Park, the low fog completely hid it from view. Then it cleared and we were blessed with this beauty!
Geeky outfit check:
- Pink camo hoodie – Lefties
- Black I Rebel Vest top – Prophecy Girl *I’ve previously worked with PG but I bought this top myself
- Black Lounge Pants – Primark
- Black Pink Skechers with Memory Foam (Summits Quick Getaway) – perfect for walking *affiliate link
At the time we visited, Jason Momoa was in Hawaii protesting against a 30 meter telescope planned for construction there.
He then went on to say:
We are the unexpected we are the resistance we will never give up #kapualoha #kukiaimauna TMT you are welcome in Canary Islands the conditions are betterJason Momoa
This annoyed me, because I don’t think he realises how sacred the Canary Islands are and the people of the Canaries have never welcomed the idea of this giant telescope either. I understand why he doesn’t want it there, but don’t dump it on us!
I just wanted to share some of the lesser known beauties of our islands and show them some love.
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