no malaria in Gran Canaria

I can’t get that phrase out of my head. As soon as I thought it, it stuck, like a song. It has a catchy beat. 🙂 We arrived in Gran Canaria on Thursday, 6 June to less fanfare than Guinea. But it’s no problem. The pilot boat and tugs here are state of the art, twenty first century things of modern beauty. We’ll spend about 7 weeks here while the ship gets some needed renovations, updates, and a new CT scan machine.

I spent Thursday and Friday evenings exploring the town of Las Palmas with several friends. There is a spectacularly clean beach, restaurants, shops, and parks. Anybody who knows me, knows I love to do touristy things. I’ve been online to check all the things to do and see here. There are bunches of monuments, and more exciting to me, bunches of archeological treasures to explore. I can’t wait! But for now, I’m heading into 5 days on the reception desk, fun in a different manner.

Love… Michelle
Philippians 1:20

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