And, specially Planeta Canarias, where a whole bunch of us bloggers are sharing our first impressions of this unforgetable dramatic event!
PS. And, of course, I will be twittering some of my experiences about the whole, unprecedented, event. Stay tuned for more updates…
Oh, and for those folks who have shown their interest and further support a quick word to just simply say “Thanks!” for the concerns and for the support. It is greatly appreciated. I am doing fine for the time being, although it is incredibly impressive to see the fire in the horizon from the several mountains that surround the place I live in, down South of the island!
Update – 3:00 am 31st of July: Here are some more links covering the news on how the fires spread around the South-West of the island into what has been flagged already as the worst catastrophe in history (Of the island, that is):
— Wildfires in Gran Canaria
— Spain arrests forest ranger who confessed to setting blaze in Canary Islands
— Algo se quema
— Incendios en Canarias via satélite
— Arde Gran Canaria
— El fuego arrasa Palmitos Park y el hotel aledaño
— Hace fuego
— En llamas
— Palabra del lector
— Have fuego
— Vecinos de Fataga y Tunte se niegan a evacuar sus casas, mientras que el próximo núcleo podría ser El Salobre (El Salobre being the village next to the one where I currently live in, El Tablero)