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A bit of a hornet’s nest has been stirred up after it was announced there could be some ‘charges’ introduced for visiting Teide National Park from 2016.
Earlier in the year we stopped at a café in Candelaria with my mum. Depositing our bags by our feet brought the waitress running across to scoop them up…
One day when seven locals, and a few of their mates, reminded us why the Orotava Valley is such a wonderful place to live.
La Rosa di Bari has plenty of vegetarian options. Being located in the heart of the Ranilla district in Puerto de la Cruz, it’s in the most interesting area…
Summer really hits top gear on Tenerife in August with locals enjoying a head-spinning amount of fiestas, festivals and fun outdoors.
We opted for Restaurant Panatalan because A) it was on stilts over the harbour and B) although the menu included plenty of local dishes, with fish and seafood…
This year for the first time we experienced the Noche de San Juan (Midsummer) in the south of Tenerife or, more accurately, around the resort areas.
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