We had quite a bit of rain last week (a little flood in reality), so there is distinctly more green around than I ever saw before. Fuerteventura didn't exactly burst into bloom just yet, but there were small non-showy flowers, and even grass.
This is the kind of signs you will find along the path. The dark red sign with writing on it is very new. The red and white strips in many places look older and are placed less purposefully (on lampposts, on stones). They probably were there for a while before somebody had a bright idea of joining all the separate paths into one long one that crossed the whole of the island. But the upshot is that you won't get lost, at least most certainly won't get lost on this leg of the path
There is a little rest shelter, placed more or less on the uppermost point of the path, closer to La Oliva and Villaverde than to Lajares.
Once again, I made a little route that shows how we went
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