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The Guanches and Barranco de Badajoz

It is now considered almost certain that the original inhabitants of the islands were Berbers from North Africa, who according to the oldest dating evidence from fragments of Libyan-Berber script, arrived somewhere between the 1st and 5th centuries BC. Archaeological evidence has already told us much about this primitive race: they made simple tools from wood, eg. walking sticks, ...Full Article

No Cure For Love by Peter Robinson

As a detective in the LAPD threat managing unit, Arvo Hughes has dealt with every kind of stalker there is – and in 1990’s Hollywood, he is not short ...Full Article

The Revenant by Michael Punke

(Read the book which inspired the major motion picture) Hugh Glass isn’t afraid to die. He’s done it once already.Full Article

Solitude Creek by Jeffrey Deaver

When an interrogation goes badly wrong, California Bureau of Investigation Agent Kathryn Dance finds herself busted back to rookie. Her new assignment: routine insurance checks after a roadhouse fire. ...Full Article

A Vintage Wedding by Katie FForde

In a small Cotswold country town, Bath, Lindy and Rachel are looking for new beginnings. So they set up in business, organising stylish and perfectly affordable vintage weddings.Full Article

Well done medical staff

Dear Editor As regular visitors to Tenerife, we thought we would write a note of praise following medical care my husband received.Full Article

This is why we love the sun

Dear Editor I took this picture at 6.30pm whilst out walking in Los Cristianos because I was astounded to see NOT one person on the lovely beach.Full Article

Why Sunday closing in Chafiras?

Dear Editor Isn‘t it about time “go-ahead” Tenerife got its act together and changed the opening times of businesses in Las Chafiras. We cannot believe that on a Sunday, ...Full Article

Vilaflor de Chasna – A walk through history

Last week on my birthday, Andy Tenerife Walker took me for a lovely walk which began at the church in Vilaflor. I wasn’t surprised to see that the village ...Full Article

Savour the views and discover the beauty of the Teno Rural Park

I knew my plans to visit Teno would be an adventure but I never though my social dignity would be left literally hanging by a thread! Picture the scene: ...Full Article
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