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Ferry Cadiz to Canaries , how about customs
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Cheap guesthouse/pension/hotel in San Bartolome (Tunte), Gran Canaria?
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Ferry between Gran Canaria and Tenerife
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Manrique and beyond: the natural art of Lanzarote
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