Aren't you tired?
Have a break and tomorrow we'll play a bit more.
Has realizado el registro correctamente.
Ya puedes descargarte el cuento en el que tú serás el protagonista que viva las aventuras en las Islas Canarias.
Of the 7 Canary Islands, El Hierro is the smallest of them all!
They calculate that it must be "only" around 1 million years old!
They're called the Charco Azul or Blue Pool and are salt water pools that were formed naturally!
The locals called it the Garoé Tree and it was so big that its leaves caught the humidity from the clouds and that's why they thought it had special powers.
The waters are so clear that you can see the fish and underwater plants that are a long way away.
Imagine how beautiful it must be to get that nickname!
La Palma was the home of the pirate named François LeClerc, and as legend goes he hid some treasure on the island. La Palma was a pirate island!
They are on the paths and they're useful for people to know which way they're going. Besides, knowing what they mean is easy. How about giving it a try?
It's true! The most recent volcanic eruption in the Canary Islands was in 1971. More than 40 years ago.
The sky over the island is so clean and clear that the stars are brighter!
That's true, a long time ago when there were no telephones, they invented a whistling language so they could communicate with each other across the ravines.
These are cliffs of lava that cooled down very slowly creating these amazing shapes.
Bananas, pawpaws, mangoes and avocadoes are some of the ones that grow on this island. You should try one!
This is the Lauriselva rainforest and it's so old that they call it a living fossil.
He stopped at several islands before starting his grand voyage, but the very last one he stopped at was this one.
It's enormous, it's 3,718 metres high and it's the third largest volcano in the world.
It is actually a rock, Roque Cinchado, but because of its shape, it's known as a rock tree.
It is known as the thousand-year-old Dragon Tree and it's the biggest and oldest of its species.
It's incredible! They're so twisted they look as though they're asleep!
That's right! The Siam Park won a prize that made it the best water park in the whole wide world.
And it's full of the games that are so much fun!
There are lots of people who go surfing and there are plenty of schools to teach you.
They're at the Maspalomas beach and every day they change places due to the wind.
There's a look-out called Roque Nublo on such a high mountain that you can see the sky and the clouds are below you.
You can see them at the Gran Canaria Archaelogical Park and you can visit them all year round.
It's many, many millions of years old!
It's the Majorero camel and you can go for a ride on one of them!
The legend tells us that the Canary Islands were part of the lost city of the Atlantida!
And this is why hundreds of them go to the beaches to nest and lay their eggs.
This is why it's called the Isla de Lobos or Wolves Island. It's known by this name because in the past, on this tiny island, there was a large population of Wolves…actually they were Sea Lions!
Yes, yes! When they were getting ready for the mission to go to the Moon for the first time, they were shown these photos so they knew what to expect.
That's a lot of volcanoes! And they're all in the Timanfaya National Park.
It's the Chinijo archipelago, made up of some very, very tiny little islands to the north of Lanzarote.
The landscape is so strange that it has been used in films like Journey to the Centre of the Earth, A Million Years Ago or When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth.
It's the geysers! Holes in the ground from which steam blasts up into the air.