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Saturday, November 20, 2010

Tenerife News & Events 11/20/2010

  • "Bars are suffering where there are AI hotels…but not all bars. The question that needs asking is this. Are bars suffering because of the presence of AI generally, or because what they are offering is far inferior than what visitors can get in their AI cocoon? If it’s the latter then, as Andy says in her blog, bar owners should stop bitchin’ and start to work to ensure that they raise their game.

    For some it’s going to be difficult, or even nigh on impossible because their way of thinking has become outdated. They’ve spent too long on Tenerife without keeping an eye on developments in the outside world and still think that today’s visitors want exactly the same as they did 20 years ago."

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  • "The Plaza de España lake in Santa Cruz will be converted into an ice rink over Christmas. The rink will be around 600 square metres, and will be open every day from 10am until midnight between 3 December and 10 January. "

    tags: tenerife

  • "The British Ambassador to Spain, Giles Paxman, met with the Canary Island President, Paulino Rivero, on Thursday, and said after the meeting that the number of British tourists visiting the islands this year would total more than three million, showing a growth of between 14 and 15%."

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  • "How dark is dark? I was about to find out as I opened my eyes deep below Icod de Los Vinos sitting on a lava ledge that was formed 27,000 years ago when molten lava was spewing from Pico Viejo in north Tenerife."

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Unlike so many journalists writing about the resorts, Pamela has not only actually been to Tenerife, she lived on the island for 16 years, for the majority of that time in a rural valley immersed in the local culture in a way that few outsiders have been privileged to do and gaining a wealth of knowledge about the island, its people, their customs, fiestas and celebrations that she is now able to share via this site. Fluent in Spanish, she also translated and reported for the various English-language newspapers.

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