While we were on Lanzarote it might have looked like we were just driving around and having fun, but we also did some actual work on the boat. The biggest project was resealing the big panoramic window that started leaking earlier this year. We removed the old sealant with the most fitting tools we had - carpet knife, several small screw drivers, and a manicure set. It took a while to scrape everything out, then we smoothed the groove with sand paper, vacuumed it and cleaned it with isoprophynol.
Before our departure we had some cloudy days and even a little bit of rain. But the days were still perfect for long walks. On one of those days we walked towards the Playa Papagayo on the SW corner of the island.
We wanted to rent a car to drive to the airport on the day of our departure, but we ended renting it for almost three days, because every following day is much cheaper than the first. So we explored the island some more.
This is the NW corner of the island with new and old light house.
The sea looked relatively calm, only on shallows was the swell visible.
After the good lunch in a small restaurant in one of the villages and a short visit to El Griffo vinery we drove on through the wine country. I love this house covered with bougainvillea plant.