Both tours were wonderful, but the trip to La Gomera was interesting in several ways. We learned a lot about Islands's history, the culture, the agriculture (bananas, potatoes, mangoes, avocados, fish), we listen to the ancient whistling language and how they comunicated with only the sounds and how it phoneticly soundes like the Spanish languge. To get up to and back down from "The Parque Nacional De Garajonay" we had to travel on narrow and winding roads.
The view from our table at the restaurant in the hill sides where we had an autentic lunch with a delicious soup with a strong pepper sauce called "mojo" and chicken and potatos prepared in the Canarian style.
The Canarian potetaos boild in sea salt was my favorite from the Canarian kithcen.