Tenerife Part V


I already mentioned the accessibility of Los Cristianos. They have equipped a special area for us wheelchair and scooter users on the beach over there.

You can drive in your wheelchair on wooden planks almost into the water.

If you really would like to go into the sea there are two wheelchair lifeguards who lift you with a hoist into a

Beach Wheelchair

and move you across the sand into the sea.

The guys have pushed me across the beach at a run. I was shocked that Spaniards can move that fast, respect.

Swimming in the sea for the first time after 3,5 years, what a feeling!

I was hardly in the water, and the big fish die-off began.

Translator BL

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3 Responses to “Tenerife Part V”

  1. Karin says:

    Hallo Steffen – super Bilder!!!
    Du hast wohl den einzigen Fisch, der sich an die Playa de las Vistas verirrt hat, zu Tode erschreckt. Vermute es lag an deinem Hut!

    Liebe Gr├╝├če aus Wien!

  2. Rollinator says:

    Na, na Karin,
    was muss ich da lesen!
    Meine Kopfbedeckung m├╝sste eine Hilfsmittelnummer haben.

    Extra gekauft zum Handbike fahren.

    Lawrence von Arabien mit Nackenschutzl├Ąppchen

    Was f├╝r Passivrollifahrer gut ist (Kinderwagenbenutzer), kann f├╝r uns
    Hobbits doch nichts schlechtes sein?

  3. Karin says:

    Unbedingt Hilfsmittelnummer anlegen f├╝r: alternatives Fischen. LG

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