Road to Perdition // Fuerteventura

Road to Perdition - Fuerteventura

Road to Perdition – Fuerteventura

This is one of my favourites from the trip to this beautiful island and this is also the reason why I spent much more time (carefully) editing this one compared to all the others…which of course are also great but this is one is “primus inter pares”.

It was taken on a deserted dirt-road in the south of Fuerteventura, close to Punto de Faro de Jandía if you wanna check yourself. Somewhere close should be an abandoned airfield which, supposedly, was used by Nazis realizing the war is pretty much over and who were on their way to South America. Whether this is true or not, who knows…Anyhow from here it is just a short hop here (weird door in the middle of nowhere) and here (weird village Cofete in the middle of nowhere). If you like weirdness, spookiness, loneliness and in general a strange atmosphere, as I certainly do, I can’t recommend anything else right now than the south of Fuerteventura…Tata!


6 thoughts

    • Hahaha…that was exactly the question we were facing back then. I have absolutely no clue, why it is there and what for. Seems like some “ancient” civilization wanted to leave a puzzle. But the universe-theory sounds appealing :-).

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