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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 the subject. It’s just that recent news of Puerto joining a quango on the topic offers an opportunity too good to miss. That’s right; Puerto joins a ...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. ...Full Article

Jupiter! Hercules! Tiger! Horrible invincible! Dread! and clumsy?

The list sounds like a variation on the seven dwarves, but not so, read on … Here’s something to do for a day out for the ...Full Article

The Aguagarcía Forest, the elixir of life

Andy Tenerife Walker smashed it again last Sunday when he took me to one of my favourite places here – the Aguagarcía forest near to Tacoronte. ...Full Article

The Lady From Zagreb by Philip Kerr

Summer, 1942. When Bernie Gunther is ordered to speak at an international police conference, an old acquaintance has a favour to ask.Little does Bernie suspect what ...Full Article

In The Beaver Moon by Stewart Gorham (a local Author)

Two Moons, age 16, is inducted into the Kit Foxes, a Cheyenne Dog Man Society. Reluctantly, he leaves his home and Grandfather to join the other ...Full Article

Pretty Girls by Karen Slaughter

Twenty years ago Claire Scott’s eldest sister, Julia, went missing. It was a mystery that was never solved and it tore her family apart. Now another ...Full Article

Prodigal Son by Danielle Steel

In a matter of days, Peter McDowell loses everything her has worked so hard for – including his marriage. Stripped of everything, he has only one ...Full Article

Projects and pipedreams: all the latest from Puerto de la Cruz

Wow, so much has happened in Puerto since I last wrote. Not actually happened – that would be too much to hope for – but there ...Full Article

Barranco de Tenazo: The forgotten land

Last Saturday, Andy Tenerife Walker took me on another beautiful walk above the old village of Fasnia near to Güimar. Yet again, and much to my ...Full Article
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