16/02/2016

Family time in the Canary Islands

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The best time is family time. The best family time is when we get to travel.

As a family we place great value into travel.

We as individuals love it and when we can we try to pass this on to our little girl Penelope.Traveling with a child is not that easy but compared to others with many kids I can’t complain.

Penelope handles the planes, the layovers, the car rentals and the mixed cuisines with charm and ease.

Visiting the Canary Island this past November was no exception. We all had the time of our lives. And how couldn’t we. It was November and we were at Lanzarote hanging out on the beach sun bathing!

This was part two of my trip after the workshop I attended on the nearby island of La Graciosa to expand my photographic knowledge.

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