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Posts by: Jack
Continuing our peek behind the scenes of carnival on Tenerife, after the costumes are designed comes the big night, the grand gala for the election of…
A couple of years ago we interviewed the king of Tenerife’s carnival queen costumes, designer Leo Martinez. Arranging to meet Leo was like arranging to meet a spy.
A question on Tripadvisor about a rural hotel in Realejos Baja got me thinking about the perception of the towns that hug the hills on Tenerife.
This week we had one of the most disappointing eating experiences to date on Tenerife.
February; the unpredictable month on Tenerife in so many ways. Carnival (carnaval here) totally dominates the northern scene.
El Templo del Vino sits snugly on a corner near the Plaza del Charco side of La Ranilla in an area that is jam packed with inviting restaurants…
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