15 islands?

On the website of a Dutch newspaper I found some holiday news about the Canary islands.

On the Canary islands you can enjoy the sun, the sea and the beaches any time of the year. Some of these islands, there are fifteen different islands, are perfectly fit for active holidays with kids!

Canarische Eilanden!The weird thing is that this news item is talking about 15 islands. If you ask anyone here which Canary islands there are everyone will reply with the names of the seven islands. Gran Canaria, Tenerife, Fuerteventura, La Palma, Lanzarote, El Hierro and La Gomera.

What happened to the other 8 islands the Dutch newspaper is talking about? Maybe they are referring to some rocks or tiny islands that are sometimes near a normal island, but these tiny places are not really holiday destinations. In most cases there are no hotels on these rocks and sometimes people are not even allowed there. I still have 5 more ‘normal’ islands to visit.

4 thoughts on “15 islands?

  1. Het valt me wel op dat je het bericht leest genaamd ‘Canariase Eilanden met kids’, of je wordt getriggerd door Canarische Eilanden of door de kids…..ik vraag het me af…

    in ieder geval betekent dit dus dat Lucas het daar dan ook naar zijn zin zal hebben….de vakantiefolders van alle canarische eilanden hebben we al binnen, een boekwerk of 10,…..

  2. In dit geval was de trigger dus echt de canarische eilanden en zeker niet de kids :p

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