Just a few odds and ends today to finish with our trip to Lanzarote. On our last day, we had a couple of hours to kill before being picked up to go back to the airport. So, not wanting to waste this time, we made up a large bread roll each, took a small bottle of red wine and set out for a last stroll along the seafront. The sun was shining and it was lovely and warm when we sat in a small park, to enjoy our rolls and wine. But we were being watched! Dozens of large caterpillars were busy chomping on the leaves of the Euphorbias planted in the garden. Brightly coloured and, no doubt, poisonous to anything unwise enough to have a go at them, they turned out to be Barbary Spurge Hawk Moth caterpillars (Hyles tithymali).