Going Local in Gran Canaria
How to Turn a Holiday Destination
into a Home

Making Yourself at Home Plans: Families

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Invest in a two-parks ticket and spend a Saturday enjoying the shows featuring dolphins, parrots, birds of prey and exotic birds at shady Palmitos Park (Barranco de Los Palmitos S/N; 928 797 070; www.palmitospark.es) in Maspalomas. Reapply sun cream liberally at Aqualand Maspalomas (Carretera Palmitos Park KM 3; 928 14 05; www.aqualand.es) on Sunday, not forgetting to take
your flip flops with you unless you want scorched soles as a souvenir, and cool off your hot bod on the panopoly of rides and slides.

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