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Monday, June 30, 2014

Weather Forecast for Tenerife from 30th to 6th July 2014

It should be a warm and sunny week with a heatwave pushing up temperatures across the island, mainly in south and south western parts, on Monday and Tuesday. The question is calima or not? As the rising temperatures affect the south west before the south it would suggest not. Like last week, there is a chance of some light showers in northern parts. Unusual for this time of year, but very welcome before summer hits top gear and the risk of fires increases.

Weather Forecast for Tenerife from 30th to 6th July 2014 | Walking Tenerife

Tenerife Remnants of A World War

Although historians now believe that the relationship between Spanish dictator, General Franco and the infamous Adoph Hilter were less close than thought at the time, there certainly was a connection, and the German navy used Canarian ports, particularly, it seems, Gran Canaria, though, the extent of that usage is still debated.

Tenerife Remnants of A World War

Midsummer calima returns on schedule to push temperatures up to around 40º tomorrow

The first heatwave of summer proper is here with the arrival of a calima which will see temperatures in excess of 30º today, and approaching 40º tomorrow, particularly in the medianías. Meteorologists say that as normal at this time of year, the Azores anticyclone is responsible, bringing hot air from the African continent, and the length of the heatwave depends on how the two weather systems interact – the Canaries are caught in the middle.

Midsummer calima returns on schedule to push temperatures up to around 40º tomorrow

Sunday, June 29, 2014

Chopping For Tuna In Los Abrigos

Forget the little flakes staring up at you from a small round tin, this was the daddy of the tuna armada. When the chefs cut it open and showed a cross section of the body I was licking my lips like a starving moggy, tuna and salad cream sarnies were always my lunch break favourites at school. Best of all this monster of a fish was just a bit part player in the presentation of Granadilla de Abona’s Pescado Azul promotion. Blue fish don’t make naughty undersea DVD’s, but they are more oily around the muscles than the many other species that land up in the one year old Lonja Pesquera fish market in Los Abrigos.

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Cyclist seriously injured in La Orotava – and new Tráfico rules for overtaking cyclists

It’s worth stressing that under the new road legislation recently passed – which has mainly generated interest for its new drink-drugs penalties and child seat clauses – there are new rules for cars in the vicinity of cyclists. A minimum of 1.5m leeway is now a legal requirement on all roads and in all circumstances before a car may overtake a cyclist, and if a car is coming from the opposite direction, a cyclist may not be overtaken even if a 1.5m leeway exists.

Cyclist seriously injured in La Orotava – and new Tráfico rules for overtaking cyclists

News Roundup (weekly)

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Saturday, June 28, 2014

Blue Fish, That’s What’s Cooking In Granadilla de Abona

They live it, they cook it, they eat it, and they celebrate it. Granadilla de Abona is the municipality to head for if you want a fish dish and between 21 June and 6 July. The fifth annual Jornadas de Pescado Azul  (blue fish) has some special menus in Los Abrigos, Chimiche, and El Medano to reel you in.

Blue Fish, That’s What’s Cooking In Granadilla de Abona « Tenerife Holidays Blog

Friday, June 27, 2014

Tenerife rumour mill working overtime following closure of Starco Commercial centre

​THE Tenerife rumour mill has been working overtime this week following the closure of Starco Commercial centre ahead of the busiest night of the year.

Thousands of holiday-makers were disappointed, hundreds of workers were hit in the pocket and bar-owners were left furious with the closing of the centre at 530pm last Thursday, just hours before England played Uruguay.

Starco has been closed ever since, but, as we go to press on Thursday evening, there are strong indications that the area could be reopened this weekend.

Tenerife rumour mill working overtime

Life’s a gas for Adeje

ADEJE is the first Canarian town with piped gas, and a number of hotels are already using this form of fuel energy.

Adeje Mayor Adeje José Miguel Rodríguez Fraga , accompanied by Pablo Casado Reboiro, Canary Islands' Endesa chief, at a press conference, welcomed the Gas Canarias' decision to work in his borough.

And he congratulated groups such as hotels Iberostar and H10, which have signed up for gas, as well as tourist attraction Siam Park, the first major Adeje company to install piped gas.

Life’s a gas for Adeje

Baywatch comes to Tenerife!

SANTA Cruz Local Police launched their own Baywatch-style, beach campaign on Saturday.

A 20-strong team of officers will patrol las Teresitas beach, to the north of the Island's capital, until 14th September 14th.

The aim is to strengthen surveillance and improve safety and security during the summer months, when thousands of sunbathers flock daily to the golden sands.

Baywatch comes to Tenerife!

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Police arrest Polish man for burglary in Palm Mar

Playa de las Américas Guardia Civil has arrested a 32-year-old Polish man for burglary in Palm Mar after a resident denounced the theft of some €43,000 worth of money and personal effects from a dwelling in the village. The arrest was made after a detailed inspection which allowed police to identify the thief from traces left at the scene.


Monday, June 23, 2014

The Dangerous Road to Tenerife’s Most Westerly Point

The views at Punto de Teno here make the nervy drive worth the effort. La Gomera sits on the horizon opposite the lighthouse; the Los Gigantes cliffs look possibly even more impressive than from Los Gigantes; there's a small bay that's popular with local fishermen and divers and a wooden path snakes through the lava leading to a stone jetty lapped by turquoise waters.
It is simply an idyllic and tranquil Tenerife beauty spot and worth a visit… if the road is open and the weather isn't rainy or 'winding'.


Los Cristianos Sunday Market Is Wide Open

Some might call it an ill wind that has brought some good and some would say it's a welcome wind of change but either way Avenida de Londres is the new home (at least for now) of the Los Cristianos Sunday market.


Sunday, June 22, 2014

News Roundup (weekly)

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Saturday, June 21, 2014

Cluster of small tremors in Tenerife followed by one of 2.2 on the Richter scale in Arico

After a cluster of small tremors on Wednesday in Tenerife, none felt and all around the south caldera wall, a new one was registered yesterday in Arico of 2.2 on the Richter scale. The tremor was felt by the public and recorded at midday at a depth of just 4km.


Sunday Market is back!

JUST a couple of weeks after being closed down, the popular Sunday Market in Los Cristianos has reopened, and it's better than ever!

The owners have come to an arrangement with Arona Town Hall, and all parties are satisfied that the required health and safety standards have been met.

The new site runs from the roundabout (at the entrance of the closed site) up the hill past the Victoria Court apartment complex.


Canaries lead way with electronic prescriptions

THE Canaries' Health Service is, in some areas, streets ahead of many other parts of Spain.

True, there are still reasons not to be entirely satisfied with it. But for over five years, patients have been able to get a single electronic prescription, valid for three months.

It can be used at any chemist in the region to collect prescription medications. And since its launch, more than 200 million e-prescriptions have been issued.


Mammoth, worldwide petition could ruin Repsol oil-drill plan

SOME 200,000 people have now signed an online petition to try to halt the controversial search for oil in Canary Island waters.

The petition was presented to Repsol's Madrid head offices on Tuesday) by representatives from Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth, Ecologists in Action, SEO/Birdlife and the WWF.

It contains signatures from people in 183 countries, all of whom are calling for a halt to Repsol's search for oil off the Canaries.


Santa Cruz winter warmers

IT was a bumper winter season for tourism in Tenerife capital Santa Cruz – but the summer months are hardly likely to be as good..

With hotel occupancy figures close to 60% for the first four months of the year, Gabriel Wolgeschaffen, vice-president of Hotel Association (Ashotel), said it had been the best winter in a decade.

The latest figures from Tenerife Tourism show occupancy in January at 64%, 66.4% in February, 58.5% in March and 42.4% in April.


Caught Short on Tenerife

Spend a penny, answer the call of nature, see a man about a dog; whatever euphemism you use for the need to go to the loo, when you're out and about on Tenerife, finding somewhere convenient can be a challenge. Here are a few porcelain pointers…


Starco centre closed after architect’s report finds it in danger of collapse

The Starco centre
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in Playa de las Américas, a famous focus of nightlife in Tenerife for over 30 years
​ ​​[probably best known as the location of Lineker's Bar]​
, has been evacuated and closed by Arona Policía Local after an architect's report, commissioned by Kadim Nasser, the main owner of locales in the centre, showed that the lower level structural columns were rusting through and in danger of collapse.


Thursday, June 19, 2014

San Juan Bautista is Tenerife’s midsummer festival and bonfire night Monday 23 June

Tenerife has its own bonfire night, on the eve of the annual midsummer fiesta of San Juan Bautista (St John the Baptist). On St John's Eve, 23 June, Tenerife is lit up with bonfires, and with smoke swirling in the hills throughout throughout the island, many visitors often think that an early summer fire has broken out. This Monday will be no different.


Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Ice Cream with a Difference in Puerto de la Cruz

Next to the tray of cakes is a cabinet full of the sweetest looking ice creams. Colourful ice cream balls sit on contrasting ice creams in semi-circular glasses. They're decorated with latticed chocolate, sauce and goodies like lemon chocolate wedges.

Each looks exquisitely delicious and choosing one is a nightmare. In the end we jump in and order mango and yoghurt, lemon and biscuit, and stracciatella and cherry.

They taste as wonderful as they look.


Tenerife’s summer fiestas season is back with the return of the Virgen del Carmen

It's midsummer, and Tenerife is pretty much on holiday now from now and through July and August, and over these next two months or so throughout the island there is a series of fiestas honouring the Virgen del Carmen – the Virgin Mary of Mount Carmel who is the patron saint of fishermen. Perhaps the biggest celebration is in Puerto de la Cruz where tens of thousands will congregate on 15 July, whereas Los Cristianos' celebration is particularly popular in the south – this year's is 1-8 September. The same will take place, however, in most coastal towns and villages, albeit on a smaller scale.


Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Summer solstice this weekend

It's solstice weekend, and if the Güímar Pyramids celebration isn't to your liking, then perhaps a visit to the Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias will be. The IAC is holding an open day at the observatory this Friday and Saturday, 20 and 21 June. For more information, see the official website HERE. Alternatively, one could go even higher for the solstice, and take advantage of the Teleférico's offer to see the midsummer sunset on the 21st from the highest point on Tenerife.


Monday, June 16, 2014

Celebrate Life In Abades

Two views dominate the skyline of Abades in the municipality of Arico; at the top, across the TF1 motorway, the wind turbines hint at a high tech future for this overlooked part of the east coast of Tenerife. Lower down the bare stone block frame of the old church harks back to bleaker times. But rummage deeper in this mixed bag and you will be rewarded with a selection of beaches worth claiming as your own retreat, and a craggy landscape carved out by nature.


Centenary summer solstice at Güímar Pyramids

The Tenerife Cabildo has announced that the Güímar pyramids ethnographic park will again play host for summer solstice celebrations this Saturday, 21 June and this year, more than others, it will a special event because of the Thor Heyerdahl centenary. Doors will open at 6.45pm to allow the public access to the pyramids themselves. There, weather conditions hopefully permitting, they will be able to observe the orientation of the pyramids with the sunset on the horizon, and the famous "double sunset".


Jellyfish back in south Tenerife

There are no official warnings at present, but several beaches in south Tenerife have been affected by jellyfish. Some at least have been identified by diver David Andrews Thompson as one of the most toxic species, the so-called mauve stinger or Pelagia. Beaches affected seem to range from Fañabe to El Médano, with many spotted in the Amarilla Golf area.


Sunday, June 15, 2014

News Roundup (weekly)

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Saturday, June 14, 2014

Santa Cruz vandals – at the double!

VANDALISM cases in Tenerife's capital more than doubled in 2013, according to Santa Cruz Mayor José Manuel Bermúdez.

He suggests people should love their city more – but try telling that to the hooligans!

There were 1,934 cases of vandalism reported last year, accounting for some 3,000 residents involved in incidents concerning street furniture (benches and litter bins), 122 cases in green areas and parks, and 417 others such as litter bugs and graffiti.

These figures mean that vandalism cases accounted for over 30% of incidents attended by police.


Anti-fire brigade could cost us 6m

TENERIFE'S Fire Prevention and Extinction campaign was launched this week to counteract the forest-fire threat we face every year.

It will run until mid-October and will be able to deploy at least 300 people in the event of danger.

There is an available budget of around 1.5 million euros, and the Cabildo has the use of a Tenerife-based helicopter, which will cost more than half that sum.


Oil-drill protesters swamp the Islands

UP to 60,000 people gathered in Santa Cruz on Saturday to protest about Repsol's proposed test-drilling for oil.

And throughout the Canary Islands, there were widespread protests by groups on the same day.

Overall, an estimated 217,000 people gathered across all seven islands to complain about the scheme, which was authorised by the Spanish Government, despite fierce opposition from the Canaries' ruling body.


Just what is occurring inside Mount Teide?

IT sits there so serenely, overseeing our lives here in Tenerife. But have you ever wondered what on earth is going on inside Mount Teide?

Well, we will soon know because a group of scientists are working on an incredible project to unravel the facts.

The boffins, from the Canaries Institute of Vulcanology (Involcan), Tokyo University's Earthquake Research Institute (ERI) and Italy's National Nuclear Physics Institute (INFN), are putting their heads together to find out.


Dear round of drinks for mums and dads…

PARENTS who let their kids drink alcohol could face heavy fines of 3,000 euros or more.

The move is part of the Spanish Government Health Ministry's push to curb under-age drinking.

If the draft law is passed, it will be the first European law of its kind and will categorise breaches into three categories.


Rivero’s Repsol riddle

CANARIAN President Paulino Rivero claims his government lacks knowledge of the environmental impact of petrol giant Repsol's imminent test drilling.

He told Parliament on Monday that he had not seen the complete contents of a report into the drilling, in the waters off Lanzarote and Fuerteventura, which was given the green light on the eve of Dia de Canarias at the end of last month.


Corpus Christi in San Miguel

This year's Corpus Christi carpets in La Orotava are on 26 June (link), and Adeje's are on 21 and 22 June (link). As always, San Miguel too will have a display, and like Adeje, this year's will take place on 22 June.


Unpretentious Gourmet Dining at Los Roques

Wander along the harbour of Los Abrigos after dark and your eyes will be drawn to the red glow of Los Roques restaurant, snuggled between the neon glare of its neighbours. It's a warm glow that extends beyond the lighting and into a restaurant where comfort and intimacy have been given equal billing with uncluttered, contemporary elegance. Original oil paintings adorn the otherwise plain walls and there's a gentle buzz of lively conversation to which the soft notes of funky Jazz provide the background music. It's a laid back atmosphere and it's highly contagious.


Thursday, June 12, 2014

Tenerife Café Society is Becoming More Stylish

The council in Santa Cruz, the capital of Tenerife, has just announced that cafés, bars and restaurants will have to standardise their chairs, tables, parasols and wind screens in order to help improve the appearance of the city.

Some people are against initiatives such as this, claiming the extra cost impacts on business in a time of continued crisis whilst being told what colour and style of tables and chairs you should have is a further jump down the road to nanny state-dom.


Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Annual El Médano triathlon 15 June

The annual El Médano triathlon takes place on 15 June from 9am, with several hundred taking part and, no doubt, just as many if not more lining the routes to watch the 1.5 km swim, followed by a 40 km cycle race, and ending with a 10 km foot race. Gruelling is not the word! For further details

Monday, June 09, 2014

Weather Forecast for Tenerife from 9th to 15th June 2014

It should be mostly sunshine this week on Tenerife with some cloudy spells in the north and east breaking up the sunny ones between Tuesday and Friday. There's also a slight chance of rain in the north and south on those days but if it happens it should only be very light showers.


Where To Watch The World Cup In Tenerife

You've waited four years for Brazil 2014 so you don't want to miss the festival of football and miss out on the party. Tenerife has such a diverse mix of nationalities you will make plenty of new friends as you watch all the countries battle for the big prize. Here are some of the best places to follow the beautiful game.


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Sunday, June 08, 2014

News Roundup (weekly)

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Saturday, June 07, 2014

Loro Parque employee shot with tranquilizer dart in gorilla enclosure

Mardi Gras Drinking Gorilla

Veterinarian Mistakenly Shoots Zoo Employee in Gorilla Suit

Strange cases of mistaken identity and other monkey business

There is still some confusion over the incident, which happened on Monday just after 11.30am, because it appears that the police, who are an integral part of the protocol for the training exercise, were not aware that they were being called to a simulacrum rather than a real event. If the vet was the victim of the same lack of information, this could explain the error, and the reported confusion of an employee in a gorilla suit, but Loro Parque itself says that it was pure accident and no-one was in a gorilla suit in the first place.

Loro Parque employee shot with tranquilizer dart in gorilla enclosure

 

Buying Local Cheese in the Hills on Tenerife

Normally an outing to our favourite cheese shop on Tenerife involves an hour's drive, then a steep ascent of a remote valley on foot, stopping to be awed by the views of a place most tourists never venture near. Finally there's a traipse through laurel forest, crossing ravines and passing a couple of goat farms, for a couple of hours before we emerge at the tiny hamlet of El Bailadero where our favourite cheese shop is located.


The Ritz-Carlton, Abama, Tenerife Debuts Iconic Brand Name

The Ritz-Carlton flag has officially been raised today in Tenerife, Spain, marking the re-naming of one of the island's unforgettable luxury resorts. Abama Golf & Spa Resort has been managed by The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company since 2007 and has been officially re-named
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The Ritz-Carlton, Abama.




Take the Tenerife Terrain Challenge

Unless you never leave your sun lounger, it's difficult to come to Tenerife and not notice its natural beauty. From the Corpus Christie Flower Carpets that will take place in La Orotava on 26th June this year, to the fabulous exotics that grow here like weeds, there's no shortage of information on this site about where to see Mother Nature in all her glory.

But the Canary Islands are not all hearts, flowers and gardens. For the more hardcore nature lovers amongst us, there are amazing ways to delve into the challenges that the terrain provides. Give full rein to your adrenalin drive and take this one week challenge.


Beware the heat!

AS the summer temperatures start to kick in, Spain's Health Ministry has issued preventive measures in case of extreme temperatures.

The guidelines are especially applicable to the most vulnerable members of the population – the elderly, children and people with chronic illnesses.

A heatwave alert will be sparked if the minimum and maximum temperatures exceed a certain threshold: for the Canaries, it must exceed 23°C (73°F), and the maximum must exceed 33°C (91°F).


High cholesterol so deadly in Canaries

ALMOST half of people in the Canaries have high cholesterol, which can be a killer!

The Canary Islands' Cardiology Society and the LGS laboratory, as part of their Life Without Cholesterol campaign,
​ studied 32,640 people, who took free blood tests.
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The results showed that almost half of them had higher than normal levels.


We’ll drink to this!

THERE have been drinking restrictions on the domestic water supply in several areas up North for some time.

That's because of excess levels of fluorine, a pale-yellow gas prevalent in areas where there are volcanoes.

Flouride is a fluorine compound, which can be added to the water supply to help prevent tooth decay. But it can have implications on health in excess.


‘Fake contracts’ gang nabbed

NATIONAL police agents, working with Immigration and the Border Brigade, have arrested five people over the sale of fake work contracts.

A further six have been implicated in the investigation, which revealed that fake contracts were being sold for up to 2,000 euros each. Charges of forgery have been brought against those arrested.

The main person involved in "Operation Pinzón", developed in collaboration with the Provincial Labour Inspectorate and the Social Security's General Treasury, is a Spanish national.


Searching for the Perfect Beach Bar on Tenerife

For me the beaches that come closest to coming up with all the goods are Playa Bollullo in La Orotava and Playa el Socorro in Los Realejos. Both are located at the base of cliffs and surrounded by banana plantations, both have that wild and wonderful factor. And both have great little beach bars overlooking the sand where you can escape the hot sun for tapas accompanied by a glass of icy Dorada.


Security staff announce strike at TFS & TFN

Rumours have been circulating for around a week or so that there will be an indefinite strike by security staff at Tenerife Sur airport from the 6th of this month in protest at working conditions and cuts to services. There is, however, virtual silence on the part of official sources, and still no confirmation either that it is going ahead or that it has been called off. As far as it is possible to say, security staff will protest on Thursday 5th outside the offices of co-ordinating company EULEN, and then strike in TFS from Friday.


Drilling platforms to settle in Santa Cruz

IF you have been to Santa Cruz in the past day or two, it won't have escaped your notice that there are now two drilling platforms off the coast of the capital.

First to arrive was the GSF Arctic I, which will remain until November. It was unable to dock initially because of high winds and had to remain three miles off the coast for eight days.

Yesterday (Thursday), it was set to be joined by the Ensco-owned ENSCO 6000, which arrived from Brazil on board semi-submersible vessel Finesse.


Sanidad activates summer heatwave plan

The Canarian health department, Sanidad, has activated its Plan de Actuaciones Preventivas de los Efectos del Exceso de Temperaturas sobre la Salud, a preventative action plan to counter the effects of heat throughout the summer. The operation will be in action until 15 September. The plan specifies and coordinates regional, insular and local government measures where public health is at risk, and sets up the system of alerts.


Summer Concerts on Tenerife Have Something for all Tastes

Whatever floats your musical boat, chances are you will find it in Tenerife no matter what your age. Often the posters, and graffiti announcements on the motorway are sparse on details such as times, prices etc so here's the nitty gritty on some of the big events this summer.


Wild seas, red flags, official warnings, and still people go in the water

Yet again emergency services had to take risks, helicopters had to be scrambled, and peoples' lives were endangered in seas that common sense might have been expected to dictate should be left well alone. Red flags mean "don't go in the water". Aropol has now issued an official request for people to obey the official warnings not just from the Met Office but from the police as well. As always, emergency rescues required for those involved in incidents that they should not have been involved in are likely to be charged.


How To Spend A Special Day On Tenerife

When a special day such as a birthday, an anniversary or a celebration coincides with a holiday, it's nice to do something different to mark it out from every other day in Paradise, also known as Tenerife. What constitutes 'special' will vary enormously according to individual likes and tastes but most people enjoy doing something a little out of the ordinary and going somewhere special to eat. Here are a few suggestions:


Canaries Day rioting over oil-drilling pact

CANARY Island officials have demanded an explanation from the Spanish Government about last week's rioting during the Día de Canarias celebrations at the Guimerá Theatre in Santa Cruz.

The Canarian Government complained of what it called "inadequate deployment" of police to deal with the angry crowd.

They were protesting against oil exploration off Canary Island waters, which has been backed by the central government, despite a huge protest from the Canary Islands Government. Protesters stormed the stage, cutting proceedings short to the point that the traditional Canary Hymn was not performed.


The Best Fiestas, Festivals and Events on Tenerife in June 2014

Still in the twilight zone between the main Northern European season and the start of the mainland Spanish season you'd think June might be one of the quiet months on Tenerife. And yet it has some of the best fiestas and music festivals of the year. June really kicks off the start to summer and is reminder that most of the best events on Tenerife aren't put on for the benefit of visitors.


Sunday Market Closes

THE popular Los Cristianos Market, which attracts thousands of tourists and residents every Sunday, has been closed down. But the owners are extremely confident that they will reopen next weekend. As many as 400 stalls serve up to 6,000 customers, and stall-owners will be stunned by the development. The dramatic closure is the latest twist in a long-running saga, dating back to the end of last summer.

Sunday Market Closes

Monday, June 02, 2014

Weather Forecast for Tenerife from 2nd to 8th June 2014

It should be mostly sunshine everywhere on Tenerife, apart from a blip in some places on Wednesday morning when it could be cloudy with showers. There’s also a chance of rain over the weekend which even Mount Teide is unlikely to escape but it should only be brief showers as sunshine is predicted as well. A yellow alert for rough seas remains in place on Monday for the south, south west and east coasts.
Weather Forecast for Tenerife from 2nd to 8th June 2014

Sunday, June 01, 2014

News Roundup (weekly)

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