Monday, September 3, 2012

20,000 Years Late! David Shea in Fuerteventura

Well, after 20 years on the island of Gran Canaria, I have now moved to the neighboring isle of Fuerteventura. My new place of work is the EOI Puerto de Rosario and although it is always difficult to change, I am excited about this new challenge. Best wishes to all my friends back in Gran Canaria and especially Santa Brigida and la Vega de San Mateo and environs.
As few trees and extensive desert might indicate, Fuerteventura is the oldest Canary island with a geological history of about 20,000 years. I got here a little late!


Anonymous said...

Hello David:
We´ll miss yours songs and your happyness.
I hope see you soon.

Diane said...

I'm also already missing your lovely sense of humour and bonhomie.

Anonymous said...

I wish you a lot of success in your new posting,as well as a happy stay in that beautiful isle. Good luck!

Raúl said...

Hi David!! I studied in eoi sta brigida. I always talked with you about Fuerteventura. Do you remember it? Although I live in Gran Canaria I usually go to Ftv I like it and I hope you are very happy there.

See you