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Canary Island Cruise By Ian Parkinson, Richard Williams
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A Cruise diary on board P&O Azura around the Canary Islands. Learn what we did each and every day on the cruise. The diary includes the food we ate, the trips we took and the details of the... More > entertainment we watched.< Less
Walking the Canary Islands By Alan Gandy
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The adventures of a grumpy middle aged expat... In the spring of 2012 Alan Gandy walked the length of the 'Siete Islas', the seven islands that make up the Canary Islands archipelago, a distance of... More > just over 400km. This book is the story of his journey and thoughts, observations and experiences along the way. This certainly isn't a tourist guide. Part travelogue, part observation, partly about people encountered along the way, part comment and the ramblings of a man who spent far to much time alone for a few weeks. It's nothing if not honest!< Less
Canary Islands - grayscale Impressions By Roberto Morando
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The digital era has changed the way of photographing in black and white? Before, to shoot in black and white, you'd to decide it in advance and buy the right film, with the right ISO value and from... More > the brand you seemed to offer... [continue]< Less
NAZI ARCHEOLOGY IN THE CANARY ISLANDS By JAIME RUBIO ROSALES
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"NAZI ARCHEOLOGY IN THE CANARY ISLANDS" IS AN INTERESTING BOOK ABOUT THE ACTIVITIES OF THE NAZI AGENTS IN THESE ISLANDS DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR AND SPECIALLY,THE WORKS OF MYSTERIOUS... More > SCIENTIFICS OF THE AHNENERBE.< Less
NAZI ARCHEOLOGY IN THE CANARY ISLANDS By JAIME RUBIO ROSALES
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"NAZI ARCHEOLOGY IN THE CANARY ISLANDS" IS AN INTERESTING BOOK ABOUT THE ACTIVITIES OF THE NAZI AGENTS IN THESE ISLANDS DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR AND SPECIALLY,THE WORKS OF MYSTERIOUS... More > SCIENTIFICS OF THE AHNENERBE.< Less
Canary Capers - Ironman Lanzarote 2006 By Jim Aifandis
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It was a hard day at the office in Lanzarote as I battled the wind, lava fields and volcanos. Find out all about the Hotmix Highway, Coarse Concourse and the dreaded Marble Motorway. And did I find... More > the canary I was searching for?jimaifandis.commore pictures< Less
A Beginners Guide to Canary Care By Arthur Shaw
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The Domestic Canary, often simply known as the canary, is a domesticated form of the wild Canary, a small songbird in the finch family originating from the Macaronesian Islands (Azores, Madeira and... More > Canary Islands). Canaries were first bred in captivity in the 17th century. They were brought over by Spanish sailors to Europe. This bird became expensive and fashionable to breeding in courts of Spanish and English kings. Monks started breeding them and only sold the males (which sing). This kept the birds in short supply and drove the price up. Eventually Italians obtained hens and were able to breed the birds themselves. This made them very popular and resulted in many breeds arising and the birds being bred all over Europe. The same occurred in England. First the birds were only owned by the rich but eventually the local citizens started to breed them and, again, they became very popular.< Less
Global Air Freight Companies Directory Volume 1 Abu Dhabi-Canary Islands By IBP USA
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Global Air Freight Companies Directory Volume 1 Abu Dhabi-Canary Islands
Global Air Freight Companies Directory Volume 1 Abu Dhabi-Canary Islands By IBP USA
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The Selvagens, Forgotten Atlantic Islands By Alex Ritsema
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Between the Canary and Madeira Islands, we find the tiny, barren and uninhabited Selvagens. Far from the tourist crowds, these volcanic outcrops house fantastic seabird colonies and unique species... More > of flora and fauna. The Selvagens were colonized by Portugal in 1438. Being virtually destitute of water, they have only had temporary inhabitants like fishermen, bird hunters and scientists. Many stories have been told about buried pirate treasures; we do not know whether those treasures ever existed but this book reveals some spectacular stories of genuine treasure hunts. Born in 1963, the author is a non-fiction author about islands and maritime history. His website is www.aworldofislands.com.< Less