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Discover the secrets to a happy life in Spain

Some of the secrets to happy living in Spain are revealed in a new survey by the British Embassy on how expatriates adjust to a life in the sun. Integration into the Spanish way of life is the key, the survey reveals. More than half of the British residents who responded say they speak Spanish regularly with friends and neighbours, ...

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Tenerife oil wins the top Golden Grand Oliva prize

Contest of Extra Virgin Olive Oil Today, Monday the 30th of November, the council has given prizes for the contest I Extra Virgin Olive Oil. An event which aims to promote the production of olive oil to produce a quality product with added value for marketing. The vice president and insular counsellor of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, Jesus Morales, highlighted ...

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Bricks and Mortar in a Hot Latin Quarter

With over 30 years’ experience of living in Tenerife and being involved in the Tenerife real estate industry, David Wood has the knowledge and the contacts to not only help you find your ideal property in Tenerife, but to negotiate the best deal for you and to lead and support you through a seamless buying process. Everyone at Woods the ...

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The Beatles on Tenerife

Beatles on Tenerife

It was not until 15th October 1963 that the Daily Mirror introduced us to the word Beatlemania. Accordingly there was no Beatlemania in evidence when three of the boys, Paul, George and Ringo, holidayed in Puerto de la Cruz between 28th April and 9th May of that same year.

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Dorada/Ingane Yami Golf Tournament 2013

For the past five years, Pearly Grey Ocean Club has been supporting Ingane Yami to realise their aim of giving hope to those born with none. Committing to helping with the building of homes, to date they have raised enough fundsto complete one home and are half way to building a second.

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The British Match That Ignited The Spanish Civil War

As the latest Bond movie, Skyfall, continues to rake in revenue in US and UK box offices, Ken turns his Shifting Sands gaze to the real world of international espionage. Alerted to the story when reading John Reid Young’s ‘The Skipping Verger And Other Tales‘, Ken’s curiosity was piqued and he delved deeper to uncover an uneasy truth about how ...

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