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23:41 PM October 13, 2012
One of the most professional blogs about Spain and an absolute "must-read" if you have any interest in the Canaries in general and Gran Canaria in particular! Enjoy ..... and learn!
07:30 AM October 14, 2012
A classic,all informing blog on Gran Canaria...especially like thhe Random Photo shots
09:05 AM October 14, 2012
Especially enjoy the random photos - they usually manage to be more informative and entertaining than random.
09:33 AM October 14, 2012
Extremely knowledgeable and well written.
10:05 AM October 14, 2012
Love the Random Photos - backed up by informative writing about Gran Canaria, by someone who really knows the Island
10:38 AM October 14, 2012
Random photos are a nice twist.
14:11 PM October 14, 2012
Matthew's blog is sleek and unique. He offers interesting insights into life in the Canary Islands. Having lived in the Canary Islands for 7 years myself, and having visited most of them, I love reading what Matthew discovers. Keep up the good work!
15:42 PM October 14, 2012
Until I came across Matthew Hirtes' fascinating blog posts, I must admit I had very little interest in visiting Gran Canaria. Now I just can't wait to find out what it's like for myself!
19:09 PM October 14, 2012
knowledgeable very well written , its a must read , enjoyed every much ..
10:44 AM October 15, 2012
Gorgeous photography and informative blogs about Spain - makes you want to visit!
12:09 PM October 15, 2012
A picture paints 1,000 words (Random Posts = great idea for time-pressed bloggers and readers)but Matthew uses both mediums to grrreat effect!
08:59 AM October 31, 2012
If you want to know about the Canary Islands, and Gran Canaria in particular, Matthew is your man! Informative, well-written articles and great photographs make this blog a favourite on my list :)
12:57 PM November 05, 2012
Brings the lesser-know parts of Gran Canaria to the reader, so you can see it as a local. Matthew is an authority of the island, and his blog is well worth reading for anyone interested in visiting.