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25th July – The anniversary of Nelson’s attack on Santa Cruz in 1797

One of the most important days in the history of Tenerife is commemorated with a re-enactment every year, but if you’d like to find out about the event at any time of the year then visit the Military Museum of the Canary Islands in Santa Cruz. The Military Museum is housed in the half-moon shaped former fort and gun ...Full Article

Think you have seen it all? Think again

Observation and really looking at your surroundings, can unearth some fantastic and fascinating finds. I enjoy travelling around this island, by car and on foot, exploring new places, new ...Full Article

The Girls by Lisa Jewell

You live on a communal garden square where your children run free. You’ve known your neighbours for years, and you trust them. Implicitly.Full Article

The Tajinaste trail in the National Park

Sunday 12th June saw the 8th “Talk the Walk” organised by Andy Tenerife Walker of Tenerife Guided Walks for En Pie, the Mental Health Charity here in the Canaries. ...Full Article

Career Of Evil by Robert Galbraith

When a mysterious package is delivered to Robin Ellacott, she is horrified to discover that it contains a woman’s severed leg. Her boss, private detective Cormoran Strike, is less ...Full Article

The Last Act Of Love by Cathy Rentzenbrink

When Cathy was seventeen, her brother Matty was her best friend. A year younger and much taller, he was clever, funny and outgoing. But one night in the summer ...Full Article

A Dictionary Of Mutual Understanding by Jackie Copleton

Amaratasu Takihashi has spent her life grieving for her daughter Yuko and grandson Hideo, who were victims of the atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki in 1945. Now a widow ...Full Article

According to Yes by Dawn French

Manhattan’s wealthy Upper East Side has its own rigid code of behaviour. One strictly adhered to by the Wilder – Bingham family. Emotional displays – unacceptable. Unruly behaviour – ...Full Article

Can Puerto pool resources with Europe over its rubbish “problems”?

This month I am talking rubbish again. I hadn’t intended to, at least, not quite so soon, as I am sure you must think I have an obsession with ...Full Article

To the sea…we go

Summer has now officially arrived. As we say goodbye to the longest day and the Summer Solstice, it’s time that we focus on the element, water. Tenerife, being an ...Full Article
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