Friday, October 22, 2010

Tenerife News & Events 10/22/2010

  • "La Laguna National Police have arrested a 26 year old British man for several robberies in the La Cuesta area. In each case, the robberies were committed while the owners were at home and asleep. "

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  • "Festivity of the Almond, 'La gran majada'

    Pastry chefs from the South of Tenerife will gather in Aripe to show and sell their products made with almonds. Traditional duties related to agriculture and almond harvesting are going to be performed, as the beating the trees with long sticks."

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  • "Trick or treat? Struggling and desperate for points CD Tenerife are still getting 16,000 plus crowds. Maybe your support will make the difference. Kick off at 5pm in Santa Cruz."

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  • "It was another beautiful balmy night and the sky was clear save for a couple of puffy white clouds on the cumbre and around the base of Mount Teide. The only other objects in the sky were a few paragliders drifting down from Tigaiga. The views they were experiencing from the heavens must have been indescribable."

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  • "The new law tightens the rules and bans smoking in any enclosed public space. Open areas like children's playgrounds are also included in the ban."

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  • "The majority of these Puerto supporters tell us they return to the same accommodation, same months, year after year, but never hire a car to explore where the bus can´t take them. If they did they might find there is a lot more to the island than their preconceived notions. They would realise the traditional Tenerife they enthuse over, starts 5 minutes outside of many southern resorts, often within walking distance. What these so called ‘experts’ don’t seem to realise is that it is easier to promote Tenerife for what it is, something for everyone, rather than subject visitors to their personal prejudices. "

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Fluent in Spanish and having spent 16 years on the island, Pamela Stocks has now been translating, researching and publishing information on customs and events in Tenerife for 25+ years. This takes a considerable amount of time and effort, for which she receives no payment whatsoever. If you find this work useful or interesting, please buy her a coffee. Buy Pamela Stocks a Coffee

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