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Booze cruise murder trial Good long-term memories will be essential in the court case against Darren Sapstead, an Essex man accused of murdering Irish holidaymaker Garry Walton in November 1996. The 21-year-old from Wexford drowned after apparently falling into the sea during a raucous “booze cruise” in Playa de Las Américas. Although the death was treated as accidental at the time, one of the passengers on board the pleasure boat later changed her version of events and told police that Sapstead deliberately pushed Walton overboard. He is accused of grabbing the very drunk Walton by the legs and tossing him off the boat, which was packed with 40 British and Irish tourists who had signed up for the party at sea off Playa de Las Américas. He has denied any involvement in the incident.

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or almost three days a storm raged across the islands leaving a trail of destruction behind it. The public was advised to stay at home as winds howled, seas raged, trees were ripped out by the roots and water cascaded down valleys. Gusts reached speeds of 160 kilometres an hour in places, flights and ferries were disrupted, thousands of people experienced power cuts, and several mountain and coastal areas were flooded. A group of passengers had to spend almost 11 hours at

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sea at the height of the stormy weather when the Fred Olsen Benchijigua ferry found ports closed due to the treacherous conditions. Schools and universities everywhere except Lanzarote and Fuerteventura were

closed temporarily, and in a massive operation the management of Los Gigantes harbour in Tenerife took the unprecedented step of removing boats from the water and onto dry land. Incredibly there was only one fatality. A 26-year-old

German woman was hit by falling rocks as she trekked along the coast from Valle Gran Rey in La Gomera. Helicopter crews braved treacherous conditions to airlift her to hospital, but doctors were unable to save her life.

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itnesses Katie and Lucie Smethurst, who were just 17 and 14 when the incident occurred, said they had been “visited” the following day by the accused and told to keep quiet about what they knew. “Darren and his friend turned up at our hotel and it was not a social call. He deliberately tried to intimidate us. I had no idea what had happened because I was in another part of the boat but I realised from the conversation that Dar-

ren had been involved so I asked him if he had done it. He said yes, but that he did not regret it because Garry deserved it”, explained Lucy. During her 90 minutes of evidence Katie,

however, described how she had seen the defendant “grab Garry Walton around the knees and throw him over the rail”. Defence lawyer Carlos Valenciano said he found it “very hard

to believe” that the sisters had waited nearly a year to come forward with the “truth”, which they revealed to police in Britain. “We were very young and afraid. If Darren had done that to someone, what might he have done to us?” explained Katie. Both the defendant and the victim’s family have complained about the amount of time the case has taken to get to court. Sapstead fought his extradition for many years and eventually lost his High Court appeal in late 2005. He is now a father of two and runs a successful kitchen fitting business which he claims is being affected by the trial. Robert and Catherine Walton said the handling of the case had been “disgraceful from the very start” and that they had given up hope that Sapstead would ever be tried for their son’s death. As we go to print, the trial continues.

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work belonging to Canarian architect Fernando Menis has earned the prestigious honour of being part of the New York Museum of Modern Art’s permanent collection. The museum, known as the MoMA, will display Menis’s project designs for the Santísimo Redentor (Holy Redeemer) church which is located in Las Chumberas, La Laguna, including sketches, photos, plans and models of the church. Chief Curator of Architec-

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Charity swan song

Young women from the dance group Ritmania and the cheerleaders Tenerife Tigers were among the many acts performing in support of Help for Heroes at Laura’s last big event at The Cosy Corner in Costa del Silencio before handing over the business to Donna and Fiona.

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autism charity

Fundraising swim

Young Charlie Pickup raised cash for The British National Autistic Society by a sponsored swim in Los Cristianos and a guessing game at his Grandad’s (Kevin Burns) birthday party. Over €500 was obtained for this worthy cause between his athletic efforts and a ‘guess the number of sweets in a jar’ game he organised at the 65th birthday party held at Sur Y Sol, where he and his seven year old sister worked the crowd of 30 plus friends and family to get more cash. If you want to help his efforts, his Just Giving page link is www.justgiving. com/Charlie-Pickup-Tenerife-Harbour-Swim/.

Gastronomy

Baker’s dozen

The fabulous bijou food fair at Arico was moved forward a week thanks to the nasty weather.

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Education & health

Cutbacks appeal

The challenge lodged by the government of the Canaries against the imposition by Madrid of extensive health and education cutbacks nearly a year ago is to be heard by Spain’s Constitutional Court, which has accepted that there may be grounds for a review. The regional government is one of three (along with the Basque Country and

Catalonia) to formally appeal against measures such as bigger class sizes, longer working weeks for teachers, higher university fees, and stripping illegal immigrants of health care access. The grounds for the appeal are that the austerity measures, which were imposed by the Rajoy government in April 2012, are an invasion of the devolved education and health powers granted to Spain’s regions by the Constitution. No date has been set for the review by the country’s highest court.

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Shark finning investigation The arrest of a Chinese man said to have supplied many restaurants in Gran Canaria with shark fins is likely to lead to a wider probe to uncover the other people involved in the Canarian branch of a highly lucrative industry. The man was arrested after a raid on his flat in the Gran Canaria capital in which police found 250 kilos of shark fins carefully laid out to dry in the sun. The raid was ordered after a neighbour contacted the authorities to complain about the foul smells coming from the street. The owner of the flat insists that the fins are part of a bigger shipment he bought for his personal consumption for €90,000 but police have connected him to a number of local restaurants, where shark fin soup is served as a delicacy. Shark finning refers to the removal

and retention of shark fins. The rest of the body is generally discarded in the ocean. Some countries have banned the practice and require the whole body to be brought back to port before removing the fins. Sharks without their fins are often still alive, but are unable to move normally and soon die of suffocation or are eaten by other predators. Finning at sea enables fishing vessels to increase profitability by increasing the number of sharks harvested, as they only have to store and transport the fins, which are by far the most profitable part of the shark. In Tenerife, news of plans for a shark fin drying plant in Arico caused considerable controversy last June, with several influential figures arguing that a processing facility would seriously damage the island’s tourism image.

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ne of the most delightful of the ethnographic recreations that takes place in Tenerife is scheduled, weather permitting, for March 17.

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Times past

Starting at 8am in Puerto Santiago (Santiago del Teide) a group of around 50 people will be reliving the times gone by when the only connection between groups of houses were the old footpaths, and workmen, farmers, fishermen were part of a group of colourful individuals who wandered the old highways and byways. Dressed in the clothes of decades ago, carrying old tools and livestock, they repeat the recreation in three different boroughs, at 8am at the dockside in Puerto Santiago, at 10 am in San Francisco de la Montaña (Garachico), at 11.30am in San José de los Llanos (El Tanque) and finally for a last wander through the old town centre of Santiago del Teide to the farmer’s

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rilling for oil off the Canaries is expected to begin by the end of next year, sources at Spanish oil giant Repsol have confirmed. As the legal and political battle over the awarding of exploration rights continues, the company, which is in the process of preparing the mandatory environmental impact assessment for the drilling, says

Oil rig countdown

it could open up to 20 wells if it strikes lucky when the initial work commences in

late 2014. Repsol says it will be looking not just for oil but natural gas also off



market where they demonstrate bartering as it was, an interchange of merchandise where no cash changes hands, something that was common at the time, and is becoming increasingly so in this day and age! This year, the Mountains For Everyone group, which is dedicated to solidarity hiking, will be walking alongside the ethnographic rescue activity with a group of people who are mobility challenged. The lord of the manor presides over all, the priest fights the wicked witches who brew hooch, get drunk and curse the paths, mead is on sale for new mothers to help them breastfeed and the footpaths ring once again to the old sales cries of workers and trades people and their animals as they offer their services and their wares. A great event for taking some stunning and unique photographs or just to learn a little more about part of Tenerife’s heritage.

the coast of Lanzarote and Fuerteventura, although in no case closer than 50 km from the shore. It is believed the firm has already ruled out, due to the sea depths involved, the use of the standard oil rigs for the drilling work and is opting instead for more mobile ship-based rigs. A Repsol source says each of its two planned explorations will cost in the region of €100 million.




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s dawn broke on Saturday, February 16, a dreadful scenario was unfolding on a small beach in La Gomera. Few people were there to witness it and one can only hope that the young children who were present will manage to overcome the trauma of their experience. What happened has undoubtedly turned their lives upside down, for their mother was killed. The tragedy happened at Playa de Las Arenas, which is a small, sandy beach about a kilometre along the coast from Valle Gran Rey. Access to Las Arenas is difficult, but not impossible, if you risk the cliff track beside the sea to Valle Argaga, the next valley along the coast. A large sign in several languages at the start of the track clearly warns of the dangers of continuing. The rock face along the way is notoriously unstable, with rock falls a regular occurrence. Local people never use the track during, or immediately after, strong winds or rain, or in high seas, and are reluctant to do so at any time. The few people living in Argaga are well aware of the dangers of

their only access track and use it with a caution born of experience. The warning sign is largely ignored by the foreign visitors it is supposed to deter. Although leading to nowhere other than the steep-sided Argaga valley, which can then only be left by either returning the same way or tackling a dangerous ‘footpath’ upwards, people stroll or cycle unconcernedly along it in all weathers. This

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Vallehermoso tragedy As dawn broke on Saturday, February 16, a dreadful scenario was unfolding on a small beach in La Gomera. By Barbara Belt

tragedy would not have happened had the warning been heeded, as the only land access lies along the track and then on, along the rocky beach across the mouth of Argaga, passing

Osho followers’ Finca Argayal, to a last scramble down rocks onto Las Arenas, tide permitting. The beach has a second, less picturesque, German, name: Schweinebudt, or Bay of Pigs. The only connection with the famous Cuban Bay of Pigs is a common element of invasion, for this little beach is a favourite with what are politely called the island’s more alternative visitors, who camp there.

Bad management of situations with no toilets inevitably causes problems and, over the years, the place has become notorious for outbreaks of impetigo and other such problems, hence the name. Despite repeated attempts by police to get rid of them, there are usually half a dozen or so hirsute individuals installed there. There are no accommodation charges and passing boats are the only witnesses to the presence and activities of these nature-loving beach and cave dwellers, some stay there long-term, despite the primitive conditions to be endured- or enjoyed, if your penchant is for living

without drinking water, sanitary facilities or indeed very much at all. The woman who died there was Luisa Merkel, who was thirty-nine years old and from Cologne in Germany. At some time before seven thirty in the morning, a large slab of stone detached itself from the ceiling of the shallow cave where she was sleeping and dropped a metre directly onto her, crushing and fatally injuring her. She was there with her two small children of one and six. They were there because she and a woman friend had decided to sleep out on the beach, forgoing nearby Valle Gran Rey’s apartments for the adven-

ture of spending uninterrupted days on the beach and sleeping under spectacular night skies. Her two children were uninjured physically, apart from superficial scratches, but Luisa was very badly injured. Her friend was unable to remove the rock and could only hold her hand, try to ease her last moments and reassure her that she would take responsibility for the children and make sure that they were safely with their father as soon as possible. Whilst unclear what happened immediately after, given the horror of the situation, the relative isolation, early hour and lack of mobile coverage, 112 emergency services report that a call was received at seven forty-five am from a “very distressed foreigner in Valle Gran Rey”, reporting the accident and police and medical services were mobilised. Playa de Las Arenas, although close to Valle Gran Rey, lies within the southern spur of Vallehermoso. This fact, although ignored by press, who report

the tragedy as having taken place in Valle Gran Rey, is significant in that procedures following the 112 call were potentially complicated by lack of jurisdiction of nearest authority, Valle Gran Rey, though an ambulance and medical personnel from the local health centre were dispatched. “The ambulance couldn’t get round there. We got it along the track to Argaga without problems, but then we had to wait at Finca Argayal where the track ends. Medical personnel had to get there on foot”, explained ambulance driver Meme. Luisa was dead by the time help arrived. Her body was taken to San Sebastián and her children to a centre in Vallehermoso, where the distressed friend was denied access to them. Their father, luckily, arrived the following day with Luisa’s mother and his three other children. Luisa first came to La Gomera as a teenager. Her intended stay was prolonged, after she teamed up with a charismatic, older islander. She stayed for some months with him, living in our house to look after our horse, dogs and garden while we travelled, and has visited several times since then. As a result of her death, Vallehermoso Council, together with the Cabildo, is now, “studying the possibility of closing the Argaga track to everyone but Argaga residents”, according to mayor Jaime Noda. The apparent difficulty in taking local warnings seriously, or in taking into account the real dangers posed by close proximity to unstable, or precipitous, Canarian landscapes, continues to endanger visitors. New tactics to ensure greater safety, without frightening people off, are urgently required. In dreadful emphasis of this point, as I finish this article, a friend telephones to say she’s helping and translating for the distraught widow of a tourist killed yesterday whilst swimming in Hermigua.


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he tragic accident at last month’s Carnival Queen show which left contestant Saida Prieto badly injured and facing many months in a Burns Unit on the Spanish peninsula has led to a major review of the safety procedures for future Carnaval stage events. As reported here, 25year-old Saida suffered massive burns when a flare carried by another contestant was set off accidentally backstage, setting her giant and highly inflammable outfit ablaze in seconds. Santa Cruz Council held a formal sitting towards the end of February to approve changes to the rules governing all Carnival competitions and other

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major public activities. A specific ban has now been imposed on the use of fireworks, flares, pyrotechnic devices and “anything that may pose danger to contestants or the public”. The session was virtually monopolised by the heated discussion of aspects re-

lating to the tragic incident, including warnings by several members of the opposition that they will investigate the “many contradictions” detected in the council’s inhouse reports on the fire. Guillermo Guigou, a member of the small Santa Cruz Citizens party, said the authorities had, “allowed Carnival to get out of hand” in recent times and the fire should be used as a wake-up call to return to its previous spirit.

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he reputation of the Guardia Civil in Fuerteventura has taken a nosedive following the headline-making arrests of five officers said to be the key figures in an island-wide crime organisation. The arrests were ordered after an investigation lasting many months into the activities of the five, who are charged with running an extensive drug-trafficking network. According to local sources, the well-known officers, who were based in the Corralejo area, used their power and influence to control the entire drugs scene in Fuerteventura and eliminated competition by faking evidence against rival traffickers to have them arrested. Four civilians from various parts of the island have also been arrested.

Las Palmas

Hospital robberies Fresh calls have been made for security to be tightened at hospitals in Las Palmas following a bizarre incident involving a heart patient. The man was in a ward of the Cardiology Unit of the main Dr Negrín Hospital to be treated for chest pains and was under medication when he realised that two men were trying to rob him. “I was listening to the radio through headphones and dozing when I felt someone in the room. I opened my eyes and saw two men, one of whom then grabbed me by the legs while the other went through the drawers of my bedside table. I managed to shout and they ran off,” said stunned patient Juan Carlos Sosa. The incident happened several weeks ago but was only made public at the end of February. The news led to many reports by other people who said they had suffered the same fate while in hospital.

Sahara campaigners

Anti-Morocco protest A group of Canarian supporters of the Western Sahara movement that is battling for independence from Morocco had a short-lived trip to the region’s capital El Ayoun when they flew over to protest at the imprisonment of 24 Saharan civilians for their part in recent riots.

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inner suits and posh frocks in abudance at the prestigious Paradise Park Hotel as Tenerife Sur Lions Club celebrated it’s 27th Charter Year in style. Prior to the meal, Lions’ President Norman Goodall MBE highlighted the clubs’ two main projects supporting holidays for under priveledged children. Announcing that this year will see a group of forty from Tenerife going to the UK whilst a second group of fifty will be coming from the UK and that also this year for the first time a small group from Poland. Complementing the evening and bring that all important air of celebration there was music, dancing and entertainment., with Ken Sadler introducing three great cabaret acts in his own unique style Vanessa Vee, the Tuxedo Knights and the Helpers.

The nine campaigners, all wearing T-shirts with pictures of political prisoners in Moroccan jails, flew to El Ayoun t from Las Palmas and immediately on stepping off the plane unfurled pro-Western Sahara banners. Moroccan police ran to intercept them and prevented them from entering the terminal building. “After some jostling and much intimidation, we decided to get back on the plane because we were told that we would be arrested if we continued the protest,” said Roberto Mesa, one of the young Canarians. According to reports, the captain of the flight was instrumental in defusing the situation.

In Memorium

Susan Duddy

In loving memory of wife, Mum, and sister Susan, who passed away on the 2nd of March 2012.

“Death is a heartache no one can heal Memories are something no one can steal”. Loved and missed always, Michael, Mikey, and sister Linda


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lthough the forest fires that devastated parts of Tenerife back in the summer may be long gone, they have certainly not been forgotten by the authorities.

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Dental care for kids Dentists here warn that the much-publicised government scheme to provide free treatment to children may prove a damp squib unless more funding is allocated. The province’s College of Dentists says the scheme is seriously under-funded and the budget for the free care for under-12s will probably run out well before the end of 2013, forcing dentists to turn young patients away. “The money for last year’s programme ran out in October and this year it might not even last until the summer given that hundreds more children have been included as a result of raising the maximum age to 12, from 11 last year” said college chairman Francisco Perera, adding that dentists “are losing money” by participating in the scheme. “Dentists who work for the Health Service receive no extra pay while private dentists receive just €36 per child treated”, he explained.

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Forest fire arrests

After months of painstaking investigation, five men suspected of starting the various blazes now face the prospect of a date in court and a likely stiff sentence. The island’s Civil Guard quietly went about gathering evidence against the individuals it believed were responsible for fires that affected Adeje in the south and El Tanque, Icod de Los Vinos, Los Silos, Santiago del Teide, Tacoronte and several other parts of the north back

in July and August. In one case, DNA testing helped connect a local resident to devices identified as the cause of three outbreaks in woodland outside Icod. The authorities say that extensive interviews conducted over the past five months helped confirm the presence of the other suspects at the scenes not just of last summer’s fires but similar blazes in previous years.

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opes of a royal visit to Tenerife later this month have been dashed by the decision of Prince Felipe to turn down an invitation to head the centenar y celebrations of the island’s Cabildo. The corporation had been hoping the heir to the throne and his wife would agree to be guests of honour at the main commemora-

tion, which is to be held on March 16, but the request has been rejected, much to the disappointment of Cabildo president Ricardo Melchior, for whom the day could be his last big event in charge following his announcement that he will not see out his term of office. The celebration will see a formal change of name of the Plaza de España, outside the Cabildo, which will become known as Plaza

del Centenario. Also planned is a big concert by the Tenerife Symphony Orchestra in the city Auditorium.




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anta Cruz’s Las Teresitas beach hosted over one hundred energetic visitors from various European countries on the last week-end in February for the second part of an international frisbee competition, whose first leg was staged at the university playing fields in La Laguna. Teams from nine countries, including Ireland and England, battled on sand and grass for the Ultimate Frisbee crown, with the matches held at Las

Teresitas proving particularly spectacular and drawing a large audience of beach-goers. The compe-

tition was narrowly won by English representatives France’s Deglingos team fared poorly, coming well after a tight final against down the final table. Portugal. The Irish and

Local MP in resign call

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Tenerife MP has joined the debate on the current troubles of the Spanish royal family with a call for Princess Cristina to give up her right to the throne due to her husband’s alleged financial irregularities. Ana Oramas publicly called on Cristina to stand aside following further revelations that her husband, former Olympic handball player Iñaki Urdangarin, used his position to divert massive sums of money contributed to charity organisations of which he

was a prominent member. According to Oramas, the Princess - who is the third child of King Juan Carlos-

should “do the honourable thing” and give up her claim to the throne to help restore the tarnished image of the monarchy. However, critics say the Tenerife politician, who was embroiled in a bitter spat with Premier Mariano Rajoy in Parliament a few days earlier, has merely cashed in on the royal scandal to make headlines for herself. Cristina has only a very remote chance of acceding to the throne given that her elder siblings have children.

La Orotava councillor resigns

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Forged sick notes An Arona council worker has narrowly escaped being sent to prison for forging doctors’ notes to take sick leave from her job for several months a few years back.

The woman’s trial for document forgery and fraud took place in Santa Cruz a few weeks ago and she looked to be heading for a minimum two-year jail term but was advised by her lawyer to admit the offences. Following the confession, which helped shorten the trial, judges took a lenient view and imposed a sentence of one year and nine months, which has been suspended given that she had no previous convictions. The doctors whose signatures were forged testified that they had never issued sick notes for the woman, who stayed off work on pay for a full two months in 2007 and three more in 2008.

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councillor from La Orotava is the latest to make the headlines over alleged irregularities although he insists he will be in a position to devote his time to clearing his name now that he has stepped down. Domingo Acosta of the Canarian Coalition (CC) party opted to tender his resignation at the end of February while an investigation into the allegations

is completed. Acosta is accused of claiming nearly €20,000 in unemployment benefit covering the period between June 1 2011 and October 30 2012 de-

spite the fact that he was elected as a paid councillor in the last local elections and formally took up his post on June 7 2011. Details of the irregularities were made public by another party, the IpO, which immediately called on Acosta to resign. “He took his whole benefit as a lump sum despite already being in a full-time job and that is fraud” said the party. Acosta is also said to have opened a wine and food business based on his many contacts as La Orotava’s councillor for trade, tourism and agriculture.


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This is a fabulous time and place to be a child; especially if you live in the Costa Adeje area

Free as a fish

Apnea Academy

It’s a great activity for children

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his is where the new Apnea Academy is situated, in La Caleta to be precise, and they are offering the chance for everyone, whether young or more mature, to enhance their life experience, both underwater and on land. However, if you are aged between four and 12 years old, and are resident in the Adeje borough, you get to go to all the activities free. The academy is linked to the Adeje Integral Aquatic School, but is one

of the international centres of the world renowned Apnea Academy which boasts offices as far afield as Japan, and, of course, Italy, where the academy was founded by record breaking Italian freediver Umberto Pelizzari. The term Apnea refers to what is known in English as Freediving. This is a style of underwater diving without the use of scuba gear or other external breathing devices. The diver relies on their ability to hold their breath whilst underwater, and archaeological evidence suggests that people have been freediving for

many thousands of years. Swimmers needed to be able to practice it to reap the harvests of the sea such as shellfish, sponges and pearls and, obviously, before the introduction of breathing apparatus, they had to learn how to do it themselves. Nowadays it is mostly a matter of sport and recreation, rather than survival, and there are many different forms of freediving, including freedive photography and spear fishing. If you say the word freediving to someone it usually conjures up images of the extreme sport in which competitors attempt to reach great

depths, times or distances on a single breath. There is, however, much more to it than that rather intense variation. For instance, to be able to freedive involves a huge amount of training and dedication, not to mention self-knowledge – and it is this side of it that Tenerife’s very own Apnea Academy is dedicated. Knowledge of the self starts with awareness of the breath, and our state of mind, our inner balance and our health all rely heavily on our individual mode of respiration. It is an unconscious act that is rarely questi-

oned, but there are many things you can achieve with breath control. So this vital, yet strangely underappreciated, fundamental function forms the basis of the training at the academy. The ability to control the breath requires that aforementioned self knowledge, plus relaxation and mediation skills, and these are taught in various different ways. The centre even offers aquatic Yoga classes, something that just has to be tried by all fans of the discipline. They also offer massage and relaxation in water, and a whole host of respiration practices.


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ISLAND CONNECTIONS :: EDITION 690 :: 08/03/2013 - 21/03/2013 Then there are spear fishing, nautical, and underwater photography courses, all linked in to that basic premise of self knowledge and control. Not only that but they also deal with the aesthetic side of things as well. There are plenty of opportunities to visit the wonderful whales and dolphins, in small groups, for educational and enjoyment purposes, and the activities can also be linked in with various other projects such as kayaking, horse riding, and even paintball (think what that improved concentration and self control could do for your aim!). The wonderful thing about the Apnea Academy is the attitude that anyone can learn and enjoy the benefits that it offers. Everyone is welcome to have a go and they are currently incorporating a special programme aimed at people with disabilities. The group is building close links to local and European disability groups and will soon be offering a range of services for anyone who wants to try. So all of the reasons above are why it’s so good to be a child in Adeje at the moment. The Apnea Academy is offering all of the school’s own activities free to children between the

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Academy founder, Umberto Pelizzari, in his element

ages of four and 12 who are resident in the borough. That’s right, free. All you have to do is pop in or give them a call to register your child and when activities are available they will contact you. Prices for children from out of the borough are also kept extremely low, and the same could be said for all adults who want to join their children in activities. The academy also offer aquatic sports related pursuits, such as personal training up to competition level, as well as nutritional advice for weight management and loss. Paco González is the head instructor and you get the feeling that you would be in safe hands. Overflowing with enthusiasm he has a way of inspiring even the shiest of water babies. He is trained in advan-

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ced relaxation and respiration techniques, is a fully qualified dive instructor and is also a most informative excursion guide. The ocean has always been a part of Paco’s life, since his father lent him a snorkelling mask at seven years old and, when first dipping his head into the sea, he thought he had fallen into a very real, and fascinating, Walt Disney film. The beauty of that constantly changing vista caught the young man’s imagination and from them on he was hooked, and has tried to share his passion for the sea

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with anyone who is interested. At the end of the day the Apnea Academy is there to communicate an intelligent, safe and enjoyable practice of freediving, but, as we hope to have shown, this is a subject as diverse as one you can imagine, and which involves the kind of discipline that flows over into

every aspect of the life of someone who practices it. Maybe you have a child who also loves all things to do with the ocean, and maybe the Apnea Academy is the perfect place to take them. Located on Calle Las Artes in the old town of La Caleta, you can pop in everyday except Monday, between 11am and 7pm or call the school direct on 922 775319. Alternatively you can call Paco on 609048351, email: info@pacoapnea.com, see the Adeje Academy’s site at: www.freedivingprojects.com or visit the international site at: www. apnea-academy.com.


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nder new laws, tax residents in Spain are now obliged to declare holdings they have elsewhere, and that includes property, bonds, bank accounts etc. where the value of each category is €50,000 or more or has increased by more than a set amount in the previous tax year. Under the new law, you will normally have until the end of March to make a declaration. This year, it’s the

end of April, but the price of not getting the information to the authorities on time is draconian. If you don’t know whether you classify as a

There are safe and legitimate ways to protect your investments tax resident is Spain, check! Undeclared income can be taxed at up to 52 per cent, late payment interest is as high as 150 per cent of the

tax due on the asset plus a fine of €5,000 for each unreported asset with a minimum fine of €10,000. You could well end up paying more in penalties, tax and late payment interest than you asset is worth! You must file your form 720 before the end of April or face horrendous charges. With increasing informationsharing cooperation between countries to reduce money laundering and tax fraud, the likelihood is that you will be caught. Act now and talk to an expert! There are legitimate ways of reducing your liabilities.

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fter the success of its recent pantomime Aladdin in November, ESTA, (the English Speaking Theatrical Association) is presenting two modern one-act plays for its spring production. Both plays are written by English playwrights and the first, Betrayal by Bob Tucker, is a farce which begins as a domestic comedy and ends as a bank robbery with many twists and turns on the way. The second play is entitled Heaven’s Waiting Room, written by Gary Diamond. It is a comedy in which estate agent Martin Dexter finds himself in a bizarre after death situation in an office somewhere in between heaven and hell. This production will be held in a new venue for the Association, the Casa de la Cultura, situated on the Avenida Tres de Mayo in Los

Realejos Alto, which is an excellent theatre with good disabled access and nearby parking. There is also ample space for a bar for pre-show and interval drinks.

Thursday and Saturday. The ESTA committee hopes that you will enjoy visiting us at our new theatre. Tickets are now available from ESTA box office on 922 302 331

The performances will take place on March 14, 15 and 16 beginning at 8 p.m. The cost of tickets for the shows has been kept to a reasonable €10 with a reduction to €8 for ESTA members, and €5 for children under 16. For those who do not wish to drive, as in previous years, there will be a bus from Puerto de la Cruz on the

or any committee member. If you need any further information,

contact

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President, Colin Price, on 922 572 104. We look forward to seeing you.


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he new tax agreement between the UK and Switzerland is already reaping dividends for the Treasury.

Within a month of it coming into force on January 1, HM Revenue & Customs recouped £342 million in unpaid tax from Swiss banks. The agreement enables the British authorities to tax the income on assets held in Swiss financial institutions by UK taxpayers, even if the income is not declared. Chancellor George Osborne said it was, “the first time in our history that money due in taxes has flowed from Switzerland to the UK instead of the other way round”. This £342 million (500 million Swiss Francs) is just the first

tranche of revenue. The Treasury calculates the deal will deliver around £5 billion of previously unpaid tax by 2018. £3.1 billion is expected in the 2013-14 tax year. Switzerland has a similar arrangement with Austria, and the Swiss Federal Government confirmed that similar agreements are under way with Greece and Italy, and that other countries, “both within and outside Europe” have shown an interest. It is possible that Spain will enter into a deal with Switzerland at some point in the future. The UK-Swiss tax accord has four main components. (1) One-off levy of between 21 per cent and 41 per cent will be deducted on May 31, 2013, unless the account holder authorises his bank to disclose information to HMRC. This will cover past unpaid tax. If funds are moved

Chancellor George Osborne

out of Switzerland before May 31, the levy will be applied immediately. (2) Future withholding tax of 48 per cent on interest, 40 per cent on dividends and 27 per cent on capital gains, to be applied on all income, again unless the owner authorises disclosure. (3) Inheritance tax. When the holder of an undisclosed Swiss bank account dies, 40 per cent will be deducted and paid to the UK Treasury.

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(4) Information requests. A set number can be submitted to the Swiss authorities each year and Swiss banks will be obliged to respond. Under the first three components, where the taxes are deducted at source the identities of the account owners remain anonymous and are not disclosed to the HMRC. This does not

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necessarily mean that they cannot be investigated or prosecuted. The Treasury described the information sharing arrangement as, “a powerful new provision”. It goes further than the existing double tax treaty and enables HMRC to submit up to 500 information exchange requests from the Swiss authorities each year. Swiss banks have to respond regardless of whether the individual consents or not. HMRC will only need name the suspected tax evader, it does not have to name their bank. For advice on effective and compliant tax planning in today’s world, speak to an established firm like Blevins Franks which specialises in bespoke tax planning for British expatriates. Any statements concerning taxation are based upon our understanding of current taxation laws and practices which are subject to change. Tax information has been summarised; an individual should take personalised advice. To keep in touch with the latest developments in the offshore world, check out the latest news on our website www.blevinsfranks.com You may also contact our partner Paul Montague on Tel: 922 716 079 or Email: paul.montague@ blevinsfranks.com


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t Patrick’s Day is just around the corner which means it’s time for celebration and, of course, plenty of Irish music, dance and cheer. Many are already putting out the ags, bunting and shamrock icons, preparing the food and ďŹ reworks and, without doubt, organising a whole host of live music and

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So who was this patron saint of Ireland who provokes such widespread fame and festivity? The story tells how Patrick was born into a comfortable family in Roman Britain towards the end of the fourth century. His father and grandfather both presided in the Christian church and he was only a teenager when he was kidnapped by Irish raiders and taken to their island as a slave. Patrick managed to escape and return to Britain by boat, yet he later went back on a mission to spread the Church’s word, and today is widely credited with bringing Christianity to the Irish people. Many myths and traditions surround this time, and the fact they persist today shows how much influence this one man had in the 30 years or so he spent in Ireland until his death. For instance, though he may not have actually banished all the snakes from Ire-

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Wear the land (it is generally accepted that there never were any, and certainly not since the Midlandian Ice Age ended around 11,000 years ago), nevertheless, the story was an influential one, and the ‘banishing of the snakes’ was thought to actually be a metaphor for the eradication of pagan ideology from Ireland. In ancient times the shamrock symbolised the rebirth of spring and the saint is said to have played on this and used it to explain the doctrine of

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the Trinity to the Irish people. Much later, during troubled years, the wearing of it became an emblem of the people’s displeasure with English rule and general pride in an Irish heritage. Although the Feast of Saint Patrick had already been celebrated for a number of centuries previously, it was in the early 1600s that the anniversary of St Patrick’s death became an obligatory holy day for Roman Catholics in Ireland. It is also observed across several different denominations and, as time has gone on, the date has gradually become a celebration not only of faith, but of Irish culture and pride in general. All over the world the Irish and their friends will be soon wearing the green and toasting the good of things Irish. Apparently, the colour most associated with Saint Patrick was originally blue, though green ribbons and shamrocks were definitely worn in celebration of the day as early as the 17th century. However green came to predominate and there couldn’t be a better colour to represent the wonderful Emerald Isle that is renowned for its verdant, luscious lands. Yet another image associa-

ted with all things Irish is the Leprechaun. In traditional Celtic folktales leprechauns usually took the form of a diminutive old man, clad in a red or green coat. They were generally cantankerous and mischievous individuals who spent a lot of their time mending or making shoes. However, the modern image of the cheerful, friendly leprechaun has quickly evolved into an easily recognisable symbol of both St. Patrick’s Day and Ireland in general. Thus, since times gone by local folks gathered on St Patrick’s Day to share a simple meal of Irish bacon and cabbage, along with a fine dram or two and a lively singsong that would last long into the night. So, no surprise then that the Irish, just like the Canarians, have a well deserved reputation for enjoying a good shindig. Right from the earliest days of the Celts, music has always been an important part of community life. The ancient people had an oral culture, where legend, history and religious beliefs were passed from one generation to the next via stories and song. Nowadays, those centuries-old instru-

ments, such as the fiddle, tin whistle and bodhran, along with the soulful and evocative melodies, and the foottapping, joyful rhythms of the livelier Irish songs, still induce contemplation and sentimental reverie, or a heartfelt celebration of life, which rarely leaves you untouched. In fact, millions of people across the globe celebrate St. Patrick’s Day every year. In countries as far apart as the United States, Japan, Argentina and New Zealand the day will see a wide array of parades and processions, concerts, markets and outdoor theatre performances, and the joyful occasion will be spent in good humour and merriment. And that also goes for the Irish population, and their friends, 5.

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here in the Canary Islands too, of course. Irish residents grace all the islands, and Tenerife in particular has strong links with their homeland. The first governor of Tenerife, who took the post in 1802, was Irish, and there is no wonder the two communities have always found plenty in common: the similarities between the wonderfully laidback, friendly approach to life of both the Canarians and the Irish is hard to miss. Therefore, if you can’t be in Ireland for St Patrick’s Day, here is probably one of the next best places to be. Revellers can enjoy the warm Canarian weather whilst tucking into their Guinness and enjoying the party. Wherever you may be on March 17, make it a good ‘un and raise a glass to Ireland, the Irish and their fascinating heritage. 5. Shamrocks Shamrocks denote pride, religious belief, the coming of spring and a general sense of all being well


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NYPD detective Billy Taggart (Mark Wahlberg) is arrested for murdering the man who raped and murdered the sixteen-year-old sister of Taggart’s girlfriend. Due to insider help Taggart gets off,but has to leave the police force. as a private detective he is asked by the city’s mayor to investigate his wife, and that is when the trouble starts. in the original English version at 3.30pm and 10.10pm daily at the Cine Gransur. information correct at the time of going to print, but please confirm.

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or fans of dance music the upcoming Magma Meeting Festival in Las Américas is definitely one for the diary.

A mix of great DJs both from abroad, such as Ursula 1000, as well as some of the best from Tenerife and Spain, guarantees that everyone will dance the night away. This eighth Meeting Festival boasts the presence of world renowned artists like Italian DJ, Marco Carola, an ambassador for house and dance music since the 90s. His compatriot, LEON, will also take to the stage, alongside national artists such as Luis Groove, Logannn!, and old hand Toni Daroca. Also look out for Marc Antona; Yeray Elchico; Isaias Darias, Adrián Escobar; and newcomer to Magma, Fernando Alen. The dance season is kicking off so why not treat yourself to

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Until March 11 Thursday March 7: crowning of the adult Carnaval Queen followed on Friday by the junior; both at the recinto Ferial, 9pm. saturday is day Carnaval from midday and the drag Queen Contest at the recinto del Carnaval from 8.30pm. sardine burial, 8pm, Monday. Partying every day. a night out at one of the best events on the island. The festival takes place in the Magma Arts and Conference Centre on March 30; 7pm to 6am. You must be over 18. Entrance costs €20. See: www.magmafest.com for information and tickets and keep your eye on Facebook: Magma Meeting Festival for the latest news.

The concert :

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March 14 Gonzalo Jaubert and sandra Gonzalez play captivating chamber music, in beautiful surroundings, at the Ex-Convento de santo domingo. 8.30pm start. Free entrance.

The orchestra : 1. Scream & Shout will. i. am Featuring britney spears 2. Te Pintaron Pajaritos yandar & yostin 3. Gangnam Style Psy 4. One way or another one direction 5. Locked out of Heaven bruno Mars 6. Try Pink 7. Lagrimas Desordanadas Melendi 8. El Pollito Pio Pulcino Pio 9. El Beso Pablo alboran 10. Feel this moment Pitbull feat: Christina aguilera

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he Tenerife Ballet company’s latest production is coming to Los Cristianos on March 17. Artistic director Miguel Navarro was commissioned by the Tenerife Auditorium to choreograph the so-named Tchaikovsky Passion, which was made in collaboration with the Tenerife International Dance Centre. The Tenerife Ballet grew from the dream of two very determined young people,

Miguel Navarro and Rosalina Ripoll, who between them built the small company up in the early 80s. The private troupe is now recognised as being at the forefront of its genre in Tenerife. See the show at the Los Cristianos Auditorium , starting at 8.30pm. Tickets cost €10 and can be bought from the cafeteria at the side of the Auditorium, between 8am and midnight every day. Call 922 761 600 for more information.

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enowned expressionist painter, Juan Pedro Ayala, has his current exhibition at the Guía de Isora Cultural Centre until April 5. Born in Tenerife in 1972, the colourful artist has made his name via a whole range of works. Expressionist themes include trees, the sea and gardens but, multi talented, he also turns his hand at other styles including sculpture, and his exhibitions are well worth a visit. The cultural centre is on the main road through the town, just before the bus station, and is open 9am to 3pm and 5pm to 9pm. Call the council on 922 851 440 for more information or see the artists webpage at: www. juanpedroayala.com.

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March 16 soloist asier Polo plays cello with the Tenerife symphony orchestra at the adán Martín auditorium at 8.30pm. Prices between €16 and €32. Tickets can be bought at: www.ost.es.


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new online video guide that provides vital information for people buying property abroad has been launched by the BuyAssociation, the awardwinning property media expert, and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. The video, which can be seen at www.youtube.com/watch?v=J A7yJSOBTj4&feature=youtu.be, features industry experts from estate agents and overseas property lawyers to foreign exchange companies and lettings agencies. They outline a

wide range of highly useful, firsthand advice on buying property abroad. Among the experts is Steve Jones, British Consul for the Canaries and Malaga. A number of British people who have already bought a property abroad share their insights and advice based on their own experiences. They discuss topics including mortgages, property lets, foreign exchange, tax, legal advice, and general administration. A supporting document, Buying Property Abroad: An Expert Guide can be obtained free of charge via

one’s worst nightmare if a property is bought without considering the proper safeguards. “The Foreign Office strongly encourages those thinking of buying an overseas property, for whatever purpose, to research their destination thoroughly, take independent advice, consider their personal circumstances carefully and plan for the long-term.” Britons accounted for some 19 per cent of foreign home buyers in Spain in 2011, buying just over 4,000 homes, compared to a peak of more than 17,000 homes in 2007. www.buyassociation.co.uk/fco. Caroline Roberts, Chief Executive of BuyAssociation, said, “This online video is an easily accessible and enjoyable ‘know before you buy’ guide, packed with essential hints and information, and designed to get consumers off to a stimulating start on what, for them, can be a lengthy and complex learning curve. “There are so many apparent bargains on the market at the

moment, and it’s vitally important that people are not tempted to buy something solely because of the price or the discount. It’s even more important for them to do their homework and ensure they’re buying the right property for them, at the right price and in the right location.” Sher Houston from the ‘Know Before You Go’ team at the Foreign Office said, “Buying overseas is a dream for many people in the UK, but this dream can often turn into

The online video, which will also be available through leading overseas property websites such as Rightmove Overseas and A Place in the Sun, covers the vital issues that should be considered during the buying process. It will be edited regularly so that it remains factually correct and accurately reflects market developments. The content is editorially independent of commercial interests and delivered free for viewers to save and share.

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Rubbish bins are essential pieces of equipment, but too often are ugly eyesores in even the best designed kitchen.

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for organic waste and the other for recyclable items.

hese days with so many hip designs on offer combining design and functionality, it isn’t difficult to harmonise your bin into your kitchen décor.

If you have no floor space to have more than one bin side by side, think about a vertical, stacking or wall hung design.

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There are several models available, with rotating or drop down drawers, various inner liners hanging on rails which fit under the kitchen worktop and of course wall hung varieties have the additional advantage that they are out of the way of children and pets.

Functional bins The easiest way to integrate a bin into your kitchen is to choose a functional neutral model which at a first glance goes unnoticed. The simplest and one of the most popular options is a stainless steel model, which can also be in various darker colours, matt finish, metallic black or red for example. There are even models now which are specially treated not to show fingerprints. The plastic models available are lighter and cheaper, but may not last as long. Pedal designs are best for when your hands are full or dirty and to avoid bending over every five minutes to drop stuff in. Too often non-pedal bins are left open

Vertical and wall-hung designs

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to save trouble, but that spreads nasty whiffs and can lead to infection. The best models have an inner liner which can be removed for cleaning.

Recycling bins Increasingly responsible attitudes about the environment have made recycling bins popular. The simplest solution is to have a series of plastic bins which

reflect the colours used locally for recycling, green for glass, yellow for plastic and blue for paper etc. However this takes up quite a lot of space. There are several models on offer now which have several compartments inside the same bin where you can place bags to hold the various types of waste. Other designs have individual lids for each compartment – each with its own pedal. You can always use two bags in a bin however, one

are available from €50: Whatever your needs or available space, it really is worth shopping around. For starters, check your favourite kitchen design shops or online stores such as Amazon, Argos and Lakeland on the Internet and become inspired. Trash can have class!

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High tech rubbish! Tech wizards will love the movement detector on the most modern of the rubbish bins. It recognises the movement of your hand over the top and opens automatically and then closes itself. Designs are compact, quiet, functional and modern and often include separate departments for recycling. The infrared sensors are battery powered and prices have come down since they were first introduced. Models

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apartments, villas etc. wanted for long let by well established management company. Clients waiting. See www.tfslonglets.com or phone Nadine on 922 715 162  Lovely apartment for rent , Jardines de Coral, Silencio, 3 large bedrooms, ensuite and family bathroom, designer American Kitchen, spacious lounge, opening to 40m2 sun terrace, 575 euros some bills, 639 144 447  Los Gigantes. One bedroom penthouse apartment for long let. Fully equipped, large terrace, beautiful sea, clif fs and harbour views. Community pool. Quiet location. €550 / monthly. Tel: 922 861312 / 609 227 562

10.800 m2 Tel. (0034) 682 392 956 Long term rental. Luxury furnished 2 bed. 1 bath. Quiet complex. €750 a month plus bills. Contact: Margarita 630 591 346

Property for sale  39.990 Euro. Sunny apartment for sale (Studio) in Playa Paraiso (TenerifeSouth), 40 m2, with balcony, spectacular sea views, pools, SAT-TV. Very near to the beach, supermarket, restaurants and bus-stop. Private sale. Tel. 922 30 15 75, e-mail: mesa3@ telefonica.nice  Opportunity

Garage to Rent double size, very secure, Victoria Court 1, Los Cristianos, close to Sunday Market, tel 679 991 623

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Los Cristianos, beside the beach, one bedroom, living room, kitchen, bathroom, furnished, large balcony, sunny, sea views, 105,000 euros, 922 752759 / 608425 426

 First class penthouse, Los Cristianos, Playa Graciosa, dining room, complete electric kitchen, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, reading room. 106m2 + 75m2 terrace, garage, stor er oom, sun lounge, furnished, air conditioned, automatic shutters, 310,000 euros, tel 922 752759 / 608 425 426

Great opportunity new apartment in Llano del Camello 82 m2 + 40 m2 terrace + parking place. 3 bedrooms, 2 fitted bathrooms. Furnished, excellent natural light. Fully equipped kitchen. Penthouse with only one neighbour, second floor, lift. Price negotiable €165,000

Monday to Friday 9am to 1.30pm Tel. (+ 34) 922 735 984 www.teneriffa-fincas.net

 Elderly couple 78 and 68 selling 2 super apartments at half price, against life long tenancy. One in the north and one in the South, both directly by the sea, contact 922 362496 or email privat3001@ yahoo.de  One bedroom penthouse apartment for sale. Fully equipped, large terrace, beautiful sea, cliffs and harbour views. Community pool. Quiet location. €147,500. Tel: 922 861312 / 609 227 562  Urb. Oasis Dakota, Playa Fañabé 3 bed semi detached, toilet, complete bathroom, separate kitchen, totally equipped, furnished, 35m2 terrace, secure access to pool, infant park, good views, beside commercial centres, 800m from Playa Fañabé, community fees 30€/month. 165,000 € Tel 629 244 958

Opportunity in Torviscas Alto (Playa Fañabé) Apartment, 60m2, one bed, furnished with terrace 8m2, views over the pool and La Gomera. Quiet neighbourhood, near to commercial centres, Playa Fañabé , safe, communal zones. Community pool. Community monthly fee, €49. Excellent investment. Price €75,000. Iñaky - Tel. 629.24.49.58 aska_tenis@hotmail.com

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Wooden house for sale in Arafo (La Hidalga) Terrain 1520m, 2 floors, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (one with bath and one with shower), kitchen, living room, upper parquet floor with tiles, quiet location with fabulous sea-Mountain views. Good connection south motorway. Negotiable price.

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Studio apartments (28m2) in small privately owned holiday complex "Quiet, Relaxing, No Children" night security. Well maintained & furnished, twin bedded, fully equipped American type kitchenette, private bathroom and terrace. Pristine community pool and gardens. Management company guarantee 5% return pa to include expenses. Take a look at this lovely complex. From €38.000 to €48.000 Robbie 609 300 221 www.sanfranciscopark.com


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and dry immediately, for gleaming pots and pans. It’s cheaper than conventional tarnish removers and safe to apply without gloves. It also shines tarnished silver: clean the items with ketchup on a cloth and use an old toothbrush to work into the crevices if necessary. Always rinse and dry well and don’t leave the ketchup on any longer than necessary to avoid damaging the silver.

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Tea Brew up a few pots of strong black tea and you’ll soon sort out those rusty garden tools. When the tea is cool, pour into a bucket and soak the tools for a few hours. Meanwhile you can sit back, relax and enjoy your garden whilst partaking of a cuppa yourself. After that, put on some rubber gloves (so your hands don’t get stained) and wipe each tool down

of technology. So, for your wrought iron or steel requirements call Tony The Welder on 659 489 690.

cially or emotionally valuable picture: get a professional in.

Ketchup with a cloth; you’ll be amazed at how they shine.

Bread A loaf of doughy bread will do nicely for cleaning that oil painting. Using small amounts of

the doughy part, dab and, very gently, rub the surface of the painting: you’ll soon see the dirt collecting on the bread. Keep changing the dough, and when you are finished use a soft bristle brush to carefully remove the remaining crumbs. But if in doubt, or dealing with a finan-

Brighten up dull, tarnished copper and brass cookware using tomato ketchup. Coat the surface with a thin layer of the sauce for between five and twenty minutes. The acids will react with the tarnish, meaning you can just rinse with warm water,

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14 DAY GUIDE

8th - 21st March 2013 : BBC1 / BBC2 / ITV1 / Channel4 / Channel5 / Skysports1 / Skysports2

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n Series Two of Prisoners’ Wives you can look forward to the return of glamorous gangster’s wife Francesca and long-suffering prisoner’s Mum, Harriet. They are joined by two new characters Kim the respectable wife of a man falsely accused of the most heinous crime, and aisling, the gutsy teenage daughter of a repeat offender. as each of the women struggle with the fall-out from their loved one’s imprisonment, viewers can expect crime and jeopardy, joy and laughter, sex and secrets. This series, Francesca is forced to confront the ugly reality of her husband’s world. as the line blurs between criminal and criminal’s wife, she and her family face

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ed Nose Day is back with a fantastic evening of unmissable TV. A star-studded line-up of the nation’s favourite comedians will be doing something funny for money as Red Nose Day celebrates its 25th anniversary with a TV extravaganza. The night will be hosted by a stellar cast of presenters – Michael Mcintyre, rob brydon, John bishop, zoe ball, lenny henry, davina McCall, Jack whitehall, nick Grimshaw, Jonathan ross, dermot o’leary, Claudia winkleman, alan Carr, david walliams and russell brand – who will entertain from start to finish.

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devastating consequences. For harriet, there’s a chance at happiness in her relationship with prison Chaplain ian – but how will her son Gavin react to a new man in her life? Meanwhile aisling is desperate for her father to behave in prison and get out in time for her wedding, and Kim’s past comes back to haunt her in her fight to clear her husband’s name.

The awards will honour courageous and inspirational mums, who have made a difference to their communities. This year Spice Girl Mel C has been voted Celebrity Mum of the Year.

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Detective Jimmy Perez, a native Shetlander returns home with stepdaughter Cassie and finds himself leading a murder investigation which uncovers secrets and lies from the past.

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Fabrice Muamba: Sports Life Stories

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Featuring top names from Rugby World Cup winners to Olympic gold medalists, Sports Life Stories focuses on the lives of iconic sporting figures.


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Film 4 - Today’s highlights Ice Cold in Alex

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Classic British war movie starring John Mills as Captain Anson, the leader on a dangerous journey by ambulance through the enemyoccupied Libyan desert in 1942, in the hope of reaching the safety of Allied-controlled Alexandria, Egypt. With Sylvia Syms and Anthony Quayle.

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Violent supernatural thriller starring Arnold Schwarzenegger as a burnt out, alcoholic ex-cop, who takes on The Devil himself. As Millenium eve approaches, Satan hatches a plan to find a bride and, consequently, bring about the destruction of Earth. Only suicidal atheist Jericho Cane stands in his way.


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Great British Menu Three episodes. A History of Britain by Simon Schama Meet the Ancestors The Sky at Night Coast Indian Food Made Easy Mastermind University Challenge Talking Pictures A retrospective look at television appearances made over the years by Oscar-winning actor James Stewart. The Man From Laramie James Stewart plays a stranger who arrives in New Mexico to find his brother’s killer. Coast Final Score Mark Chaan introduces the comprehensive live results service. Flog It! A Culture Show Special Alastair Sooke teams up with art detective Dr Bendor Grosvenor to unearth some hidden gems and find out what our paintings say about us. Top Gear Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are in Africa with a simple mission - to find the definitive source of the Nile Dad’s Army Made in Dagenham Comedy drama charting the fight of female factory workers at the Ford Dagenham plant for equal pay. Ford’s Dagenham Dream Documentary which tells the story of a dream of happy families on wheels that the Ford Motor Company brought from Detroit to Dagenham, then sold to Britain. Bat*21 Drama based on the true story of an American officer who is shot down on a reconnaissance flight over Vietnam and stranded in the jungle.

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Film 4 - Today’s highlights Down with Love

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Romantic comedy starring Ewan McGregor, Renée Zellweger and David Hyde Pierce. Zellweger and McGregor are on top form in this spoof of the sort of 60s sex comedies that would pair Rock Hudson and Doris Day.

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A young, naive Dorian Gray arrives in London to take possession of his inheritance. He meets Lord Henry Wotton), who enthusiastically takes the attractive bachelor under his wing, introducing him to society in general, and in particular to their artist of choice, Basil Hallward.


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The Matt Lucas Awards

BBC1 · ENTERTAINMENT pm

This week’s awards includes ‘The lucas for Most annoying Queue’.

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Film 4 - Today’s highlights A Town Like Alice

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Taut Second World War drama, starring BAFTA winners Virginia McKenna and Peter Finch. Jean Paget is among a group of women, trapped in Malaya by the invading Japanese forces, who are forced to walk hundreds of miles in search of food and shelter.

Love Happens

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Jennifer Aniston and Aaron Eckhart star in Brandon Camp’s directorial debut. The romantic drama tells the story of Burke Ryan, who wrote a best-selling self-help manual following his wife’s death in a car crash three years earlier.


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Born to be Different

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The programme offers intimate insights into what it’s like to grow up with a disability.

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Charity panics as she sees Jai’s back ,what will Cameron do if anything?

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Oscar-nominated Al Pacino stars in Sidney Lumet’s fact-based thriller as the eponymous New York cop appalled by the corruption of his fellow officers. After his superiors ignore his evidence, he goes public, setting in train events that will not only expose the rottenness of the department but also place his own life in danger.

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Philip Seymour Hoffman stars alongside Ethan Hawke, Marisa Tomei and Albert Finney in Sidney Lumet’s multi-Oscar-nominated crime thriller. Ever had one of those days when nothing seems to go right? Andy certainly has - and it spectacularly trumps most people’s.


Home Delivery

More and more women in the uk are going against convention and opting to labour at home instead of giving birth in a hospital.

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Tourist Info points Tenerife

South Costa Adeje Open: Mon-Sun 10am-5pm Playa de Troya: Avda Rafael Puig 1 Playa Fañabé: Avda Litoral Arona Open Mon-Fri 9am-9pm Sat 9am-3.30pm Playa de las Américas: CC City Center Tel: 922 797 668 Playa de Las Vistas: Paseo Marítimo s/n Tel: 922 787 011 Los Cristianos: Cultural Centre Tel: 922 757 137 Las Galletas: Paseo Maritimo Dionisio Gonzalez Delgado Tel: 922 730 133 Mon-Fri 9am-9pm Golf del Sur: Avda Galván Bello s/n Tel: 922 73 86 64 Open Mon-Fri 9am11.30am and 12 noon to 5.30pm Sat 9.30am-1.30pm Santiago del Teide CC Seguro el Sol (in front of Playa de la Arena)

c/ Manuel Ravelo, 20, Local 35 Tel: 922 86 03 48 Open Mon-Fri 9.30am3.30pm Sat 9.30am-12.30pm Granadilla de Abona Tenerife South Airport (arrivals)

La Laguna C/ Carrera, 7º (Casa Alvarado Bracamonte) Tel. 922 631 194 Open Mon-Fri 9am-5pm Weekends 9am-3pm

North Santa Cruz Plaza de España Tel: 922 289394 Fax: 922 284965 Open: Mon-Fri 9am-6pm Sat 9am-1pm (to 5pm and 12 noon respectively, July, Aug & Sept) Free city guides Mon-Sat from the kiosk at 11am

This office also covers Fuerteventura and Lanzarote (please check website for dates of consular visits and how to arrange appointments). 24-Hour Emergency Service Out of office hours the Consulate telephone number (+34 928 342 194) provides details of how to contact a duty officer in an emergency.

Tenerife North Airport Tel: 922 635192 Open Mon-Fri 8am-9pm Weekends 9am-5pm Puerto de la Cruz Casa de la Aduana C/Las Lonjas s/n Tel: 922 38 60 00 Open Mon-Fri 9am-8pm Weekends 9am-5pm

La Palma Santa Cruz de La Palma C/O’Daly, 22 Tel: 922 412106

La Gomera San Sebastián C/Del Medio, 20 Tel: 922 141512 Valle Gran Rey Tel: 922 805458 Hermigua Tel: 922 144101

El Hierro Valverde Tel: 922 550302

Gran Canaria Las Palmas Parque Santa Catalina Tel: 928 219600 Playa del Inglés Avda de España Tel: 928 771550

Lanzarote Arrecife Parque Municipal s/n Tel: 928 801517 Puerto del Carmen Avda de las Playas Tel: 928 515337

Fuerteventura Puerto del Rosario Avda 1 de Mayo, 33 Tel: 928 851024

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United Kingdom

British Consulate Plaza Weyler, No. 8, 1st Floor - 38003 Santa Cruz de Tenerife Office Hours: Mon- Fri 8:30am to 1:30pm Tel.: +34 902 109 356 Fax: +34 922 28 99 03 tenerife.enquiries@fco.gov.uk www.ukinspain.com 24-Hour Emergency Service Out of office hours the Consulate telephone number (+34 922 28 68 63) provides details of how to contact a duty officer in an emergency.

Ireland

Honorary Consul of Ireland Calle San Francisco, 9, 1ºD 38002 Santa Cruz de España Tel: +34 922 245 671 irish.consul@gmail.com

Tel: 922 39 20 37 Open Mon-Fri 9am-9pm Sat 9am-1pm El Médano Plaza de los Principes de España Tel: 922 176002 Open Mon-Fri 9am-3pm (winter) 9am-2pm (summer) Sat 9am-1pm

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Honorary Consul of India Villalba Hervas 15, 1st Floor PO Box 336, 38002 Santa Cruz de Tenerife Office Hours: Mon- Fri 9:30am to 2pm Tel: +34 922 24 35 03 922 24 14 16 Fax: +34 922 28 97 55. gopemahtani@wanadoo.es

Honorary Consul of Ireland. León y Castillo 195, 1st Floor on right, 35004 Las Palmas. Tel: +34 928 29 77 28 Fax: +34 928 29 77 28 consuladoirlanda@step.es

Lanzarote & Fuerteventura United Kingdom

A consular officer makes routine visits to the islands and is available to meet anyone who wishes to call for assistance and advice. Fuerteventura. The consular officer will be available in Hotel Atlantis Palace, Corralejo. Lanzarote. The consular officer will be available during the day in the lounge of Hotel Los Fariones in Puerto del Carmen. Hononary Consul for Lanzarote, Susan Thain, will also be available to offer consular assistance to British Nationals. Please call the Consulate in Gran Canaria (+34) 928 26 25 08 for information and appointments.

Ireland

Honorary Vice Consul of Ireland C/Ginés de Castro Alvarez 12, 3B,/ 35500 Arrecife, Lanzarote Tel: +34 928 815262 Fax: +34 928 802200

Island Transport

Maritime

Fred Olsen www.fredolsen.es info: 902 100 107 Naviera Armas www.naviera-armas.es info: 902 456 500 Acciona www.trasmediterranea.es info: 902 454 645

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Property

Canary Country house El Salto - Granadilla

For Sale - Rural house in Aldea Blanca, San Miguel, Tenerife

Residencial

La Duquesa Playa Fañabé

for sale

El Camisón 247.56m2, very quiet, close to the park and Hospiten, triplex and private garage with electric doors. Three bedroom with three complete bathrooms. Independent kitchen, dining room with air conditioning, terrace with awning and BBQ. Independent water tank (750 litres). New electrical system. Own satellite system and community TV.

Tel: 639 515154

325sqm, 15 rooms, indoor pool, car port, extra wooden house (22sqm) in the garden, patio with bar, billiards, TV, washhouse with machine and dryer, 440sqm grounds, perfect for private club or small pension. www.draguito-teneriffa.de Tel. (0034) 609 504 380

Great opportunity! Los Abrigos, private sale Apartment, excellent location 220 m2 + 15 m2 terrace, 4 bedrooms. 2 bathrooms with jacuzzi. Fully equipped kitchen. Ironing room. Living room with two large windows and balcony access. Large hallway. Sole occupant on second floor. Price negotiable €190,000

Land 400 m 2, built 230 m 2, three bed, two bath, barbecue and wood burning stove, pool, garage for two cars, patio with planters, kitchen with pantry, fireplace, wood fitted ceilings, fitted wardrobes. €398,000.

Monday to Friday 9am to 1.30pm Tel. (+ 34) 922 735 984

Contact José Guadalupe Mobile 676 399 652 josejguadalupe@gmail.com

3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom, front and back garden, community pool. €455,000 Tel. 629 244 958

Villa for sale nr. Guía de Isora

4 bed, 4 bath villa

4/5 bedrooms / office • Lounge Integrated kitchen / dining room Matured gardens and orchard Carport for 2 cars • Swimming pool

Apartment, 55m2, one bed, American kitchen, terrace. Excellent location, 2 minutes from the beach. Community pool, excellent investment opportunity.

Price: €85,000 Tel: 629 244 958

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€725,000

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Opportunity in Playa de Las Américas

Great Opportunity San Eugenio Apartment 1 double bedroom, 55 m2, furnished large terrace with sea views. Community pool, bar, 24 hour reception, security, supermarket... Price 69.000 euros. Tel: 629 244 958

San Miguel Village

Golf Del Sur

Smallholding: 3,000m with 350m2 property In Playa de La Tejita (El Médano). With permission to construct a further 20 per cent, practically on the beach front of the Playa de La Tejita (El Médano). Unique opportunity in Tenerife. Price was €250,000, now €170,000 due to transfer. Tel: 629 244 958

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Already sub-divided into three separate residences, all with independent private entrances. Or retain as a 4 bed, 4 bath for a growing family. Extensively refurbished and must be seen to be appreciated.

www.tenerifevillaforsale.com

628 355604 • 660 025476

tenerifevillaforsale@hotmail.co.uk

Urb. Oasis Dakota, Playa Fañabé 3 bed semi detached, toilet, complete bathroom, separate kitchen, totally equipped, furnished, 35m2 terrace, secure access to pool, infant park, good views, beside commercial centres, 800m from Playa Fañabé, community fees 30€/month,

€315,000 Tel: 627 629 933

165,000 € · Tel 629 244958

SAN EUGENIO ALTO DON’T MISS THIS EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY Apartments 58m2, 1 double bedroom.

Urb. La Tagora • San Eugenio Alto

New 3 bedroom luxury villa 650,000€ (0034) 634 072 328 (0034) 922 72 44 16

REF: SPV2-0131 – REDUCED BY €200,000!! 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. Nr. El Médano. Constructed 110m2 on a plot of 42,869m2 + garage. Situated in an elevated position with superb 360º views. Comes fully furnished and fully equipped kitchen, BBQ, Bar. Plenty of scope for extending! VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMENDED! Two options available for purchase: 1. Villa + 42,869m 2 of land for – 520,000 Euros 2. Villa + 15,000m 2 of land for - 395,000 Euros

WANTED! APARTMENTS FOR LONG LETTING IN THE LOS CRISTIANOS, LAS AMÉRICAS AND ADEJE AREAS!

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This list of surprising cleaners will make you smile and keep your home immaculate and fresh.

Rice

Water

To clean the inside of a vase or a thin-necked bottle simply fill it three quarters full with warm water and add a tablespoon of uncooked rice. Place your hand over the opening and shake vigorously.

Fill a spray bottle with sparkling water and use it to shine stainless-steel sinks and kitchen and bathroom fixtures.

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It’s also great on windows: spray on and wipe and, for a streak-free shine, polish the glass with paper towels until it is dry. You can also de-grease cooking pans by pouring sparkling water into them while they are still warm. The fizz simply dissolves the grease and lifts off baked-on food. Some people even swear that giving their plants carbonated water every seven to 10 days makes them grow greener and healthier.

Use oats to scrub very dirty hands. First make a thick paste of oatmeal and water and rub it into the hands vigorously, followed by a thorough rinsing.

It’s especially good on chrome, but also works wonders on worktops. Just spray and wipe.

Flour

Vinegar

Use flour, talcum powder or cornstarch to absorb grease spills off carpets. Pour a relatively generous amount onto the affected area and spread around gently. Leave for around 30 minutes to one hour before vacuuming. If large amounts of grease or oil have been spilt, soak up the majority first using towels, paper or kitchen roll. You may need to treat any area twice. It isn’t a miracle cure, but it will definitely limit the damage

The cleaning abilities of white distilled vinegar are long known, but here‘s a few you may not have thought of yet: To clean the microwave mix a 1/4 cup of vinegar with one cup of water and boil in the micro to loosen splattered on food and get rid of any lingering food smells. Ants aren’t keen on vinegar and washing kitchen work surfaces with a vinegar and water solution will often deter them, for a while at least. You can also use it to help dissolve mineral deposits on your coffee machine: fill the reservoir with the white distilled vinegar and run the machine through a brewing cycle. Once it has finished run it again with plain water. (Be sure to check the owner’s manual for specific instructions)

Surgical spirits Surgical spirits is used in hospitals to disinfect surfaces, equipment and skin. It is in many a home’s first aid kit, and it can be invaluable around the house. For instance, to clean a computer keyboard simply dip a cotton swab into the alcohol and you’ll soon get into all those nooks and crannies. To erase permanent-marker stains from finished wood floors or work surfaces apply a little surgical spirit to a clean cloth and rub gently. You can use it to disinfect door handles and kitchen and bathroom surfaces as well.

Salt Rock or sea salt used with half a lemon is excellent for cleaning up a barbecue grill or removing strong smells from cast iron cookware. It can also be used to clean artificial silk flowers, or at least those without tiny fragile parts. Gently dust them first to get the rid of the loose surface grime then pop the flowers in a paper bag with a few tablespoons of salt. Shake and leave for a few minutes. Make sure you remove all the salt before putting them back into your display. A child’s paintbrush is good for getting the tiny crystals out of awkward places.

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Cork boards are extremely practical items, but they do tend to all look exactly the same

Jazz it up They can also, over time, become a little worn and tired around the edges. However, fear not, for there is a quick and simple way of personalising, or tidying up, your message board – simply cover the cork section with fabric of your choice and you are away. First you need to choose your material: anything will do as long as it is not too stiff, very thick or finely

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EL PADRINO

Best steak in Town!

We have just attended the quite beautiful choral production by the Swedish residents of Puerto de la Cruz for the festival of Santa Lucía, where they sing unpronounceable carols, the while clad in white traditional garb. By John

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Another very popular dish is their bowl of three meats (beef, veal and pork fillets) covered in nice fresh vegetables and the whole tossed into a béarnaise sauce, and served with sauté potatoes. It looks so attractive but yet again large portions, so if you have a dog at home, they will offer a bag for transportation of his breakfast for the next morning of all that which you have been unable to finish!

am overjoyed to have been asked to join the choir for next year as a sort of first reserve. i really must brush up on my Swedish. When the show is over, we wend our way back into the heart of the old town to eat at restaurante el Padrino. here, I am confident, you will find the best steak in town. Perhaps not the cheapest, but certainly always meltingly tender, large in size and full of flavour. If anyone knows better, do write in and tell me!

I have never actually got to the pudding stage at this place, because the portions that go before are always so generous. however, if you have space left after all of that, desserts could be panacotta, apple strudel, chocolate truffles or bombons. A friend reports

There are tables outside in the pedestrianised street but we choose to sit indoors tonight. The place is all white ceilings with heavy duty

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stippled effect down the walls and supporting archways, which is one reason why it is universally known as The Igloo. We are welcomed with a big smile, and not just because we have eaten here before, and choose our table. At 9 pm there are a number available, because the German fraternity, who eat early and monopolise the place from 6 pm onwards, are by now all retired back to their hearths. old favourites from the menu are their enormous salads (with scrumptious dill pickled cucumber) and their take on prawn and avocado cocktail. This comes as two large halves of avocado, always perfectly ripened, heaped with good quality prawns and a tangy sauce. one portion is ample for two persons, and we order one between us.

There are four different soups available (€2.90), and starters range from Serrano ham with melon (€6.50), through hot garlic prawns (€7.90) to smoked salmon with horseradish (€8.00) or pimientos de padrón (€6.00). All portions are generous. Main courses are variations of rabbit, veal escalopes, pork fillet or fillet steak, both steaks with either mushroom sauce, peppercorn sauce or béarnaise sauce

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according to your preference. The beef stroganoff is a dish that can be highly recommended. There is sole in various guises, platters of mixed fish, salmon with lobster sauce and, of course, king prawns. Main course prices start from €8.30. My wife’s main course fillet steak comes topped with a homemade sauce of mixed mushrooms (the peppercorn sauce is also great)

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and comes to the table piping hot and oh so tender. A bowl of chips, enough for at least three persons accompanies it. Tonight I have gone down the fish route and chosen the fillets of sole parisienne. Four large de-boned fillets are laid before me, cooked in a soft batter, and accompanied by boiled potatoes and a homemade tartare sauce. There is just too much for my appetite to process.

Restaurante El Padrino, Calle El Lomo 17, 38400 Puerto de la Cruz, Tenerife. Tel: 922 382 937 Opening Times: Evenings and Sunday lunch. Closed Monday. Loo Score 7/10

that he has fallen for their hot cherries with vanilla ice cream at €3.90. our half litre of easy drinking red house wine was charged at €3.90, the avocado and prawns were €7.90 (for two), the sole dish was a bargain at €9.50 and finally the large fillet steak was €16.50. It used to be a couple of euros cheaper, but as we all know, times are hard and prices must go up, or the steak itself be downsized. For that sort of quality, which I have yet to find elsewhere in Puerto, I do not begrudge them one iota. on our departure, the staff and chef (all family members) lined up and made a point of thanking us for visiting them and wished us a safe journey home. It is such a lovely place to keep going back to with food that has never disappointed us yet. how they turn out such good fresh food from that tiny open kitchen will always remain a mystery to me.


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Wine Tastings  By Ana Ruiloba 

Rosé wines Dear friends

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t’s neither red nor white, it’s pink! Rosé wine shades are many and subtle, depending on the variety of the grape, the time the juice is left with the grape skins and the intentions of the vintner. Rosé is obtained from red grape varieties, mainly by using a short fermentation process known as bleeding (Saignée), whereby the crushed grapes are macerated in their own juice until the intensity of colour desired is obtained, which is

ur o y e e S ooked food cditional in trangolian Mo tyle S when the winemaker opens the tap and lets the liquid run off, separating the pink juice from the grape remains. These wines are fresh, lively and very fruity with a perfect acidity to accompany light meals, a snack or serve for a celebratory toast. They are best served at 6ºC and it’s important that they are stored in darkness at a constant temperature below 16ºC with humidity of 70 – 75 per cent. The grape varieties used differ from region to region, tempranillo, grenache, merlot, cabernet sauvignon, syrah, petit verdot, bobal … Then too, there are the strains which produce a pink to coppery golden yellow colour, or slightly pink wine such as the pinot gris (pinot grigio), gewurtztraminer and canari de Mendozas. In Spain, the best areas or D.O. are Cigales, Navarra, Peñedes, Somontano, Rioja and

Bierzo, but rosés are produced all over the country. In Tenerife we can find very good examples of rosé wines made from the red varieties listan negro and negramol. One of the most innovative wineries in our winemaking panorama, Vitis Ark under the umbrella of DO Güímar brings us a new and inspiring product:

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cardamom and violets. On the palate it’s sensual and exciting at the same time, with a silky strength and fine acidity. Very seductive. A wine for many happy moments. Serving temperature between 5-8 ° C. Highly recommended.

viña norte Another new wine which has just been presented is Primero Viña Norte. It’s made by Bodegas Insulares de Tenerife. Primero, Viña Norte tinto maceración carbónica 2012 vintage Grape variety: 100 per cent listán negro Harvested in October 13 per cent alcohol volume

The maceration technique involves using whole bunches of grapes and the presence of CO2 that produces an initial enzymatic fermentation inside the grape, which then bursts and makes way for the yeasts in the skin and ends in the transformation of sugars into alcohol, making the sweet must into wine. The grape chosen is the most cultivated variety in the north of the island and has good oenological potential for early harvesting, destined for the production of young red wines. Because of its low acidity and short maceration period allowing for a low extraction of tannins, the wines are made to be drunk early, in the case of the Viña Norte Primero it will start to drop off its best from the summer onwards. Enjoy it before. The drinking temperature

should be around 14ºC. It has an elegant label and a purple ‘foil’ which speaks of its colour. When it is uncorked, we can appreciate the following:

Tasting notes: The colour is an intense cherry red, lined with a violet border which shows its fresh youth. The aroma is very fragrant, fruity, red berry jam, strawberries, raspberries... On the palate it’s rounded, balanced and sweet, with a carbon touch that denotes its recent birth, cheerful and fresh with good acidity. It leaves a pleasant memory of fresh fruit in the mouth. Excellent accompaniment for oriental meals, poultry, pasta and rice dishes. Look for it, it’s worth it. I wish you health until the next time Goodbye friends


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Which Cosmetic Dentist is the best? Many people are now going abroad to get their cosmetic dentistry work done, mainly because of the high cost in their own countries. That means they can have their teeth fixed and have a holiday at the same time, for the price that they would have to pay back home for just their dental work.

Choose the best cosmetic dentist in Tenerife When you are choosing a cosmetic dentist what do you look for? If you are like a lot of people you will go straight to the price list and compare prices, but does that mean that you are making a wise choice? By choosing to go for the cheapest cosmetic dentist, it is unlikely that you will find the best dentist for your needs. You should take into account the qualifications that the dentist has as well as the length of time that they have been in business in Tenerife.

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Choose the best cosmetic dentists in Tenerife It is also a good idea to do a little research to find out what reputation a dentist has locally, this can be done by checking out some of the local forums, and by asking other people who have had work done for them, to get some sort of idea. Apart from the quality of their work, you will want to know the quality of the products that they are putting in your mouth, and where the products are made, as a lot of dental products are now made in China, and some dentists choose these just to keep the price down. Does the dentist that you are thinking of going to have their own laboratory? If not then the dentist will not be able to discuss with the dental technician the best action to take when making your dental crowns or dentures to match your own teeth.

Choosing a Cosmetic Dentist on price alone is not a good idea. At Kutnjak Dentistry, you will find one of the Best Cosmetic Dentists in Tenerife. Dr. Nadja Kutnjak started her first dental clinic in Germany in 1983 and she is a founder member of the German Dental Implants Association. She opened her first dental clinic in Tenerife in 1993 in Santa Cruz, which she still has. In 1998 Dr. Nadja opened her second clinic in the

south of Tenerife, which is in a small urbanisation called Miraverde. It’s just off the main motorway so it is quite easy to find, but if you need them to, they can pick you up from your hotel. Dr. Simeon Kutnjak worked under the supervision of his mum for 10 years before gaining his Masters Degree in Dental Implantology, and a further Masters Degree in Laser Dentistry. In the reception the walls are covered in dental qualifications of all types. Both Dr. Nadja and Dr. Simeon both

insist on using the best possible materials and products, the dental Implants used are made by Noble Biocare in Sweden, they are made from titanium and they integrate well with the bone and gums which will grow around and into them, making them look, feel and act like your own teeth. The Dental Crowns which fit on the top of the Dental Implants are handmade in the clinic’s own laboratory, by one of two technicians, who have worked there for 16 and 13 years, so you can expect

your crowns to look perfect. There are 14 people in total who work at Clinica Dental Tenerife, and Dr. Nadja thinks of them as part of her family, she treats them well, they go out together to eat and sometimes they even go on excursions together. The whole team feels proud to be working in what they believe is the best cosmetic dental clinic in Tenerife. The clinic is well run by practice manager Thomas J. Kutnjak who books the appointments and does most of the administration work. He helps people to find suitable hotel accommodation and he arranges a lift for the patients to the clinic. All in all this is a well managed Dental clinic, whose Dentists are fully qualified, with their own laboratory and they use the best materials available. Are they the cheapest? It’s not likely.

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hether you can’t quite reach as well as you used to, need a little help opening jars, or just want to make life a little simpler: there is a wide

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Reachers

are lightweight poles with jaws on the end that are easily opened and closed via the hand grip. They are perfect for picking up small items off the floor, reaching for clothes from the back or the top of the cupboard or wardrobe, and tens of other little jobs around the house and garden. They can be straight, folding, or rotating, and usually require minimal finger flexion and grip.

Risers

are placed under chair legs. They come in various diameters and

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make it easier to both settle into, and get out of, your favourite seat.

plugs or an integral unit with a full hand grip.

Steps

Tablet Organisers

can be invaluable if you can’t reach the back of cupboards or collect items off higher shelves. Using a one-rise sturdy step is much safer than trying to balance or using a chair, and some of them come with perfectly placed handrails for extra safety.

Plug pulls

make tugging on unruly plugs a thing of the past. Choose from those that fit around standard

come with different sections for each part of the day and, usually, for a period of a week. If you are on various different medications they can help you take exactly the right pills, just when you are supposed to. Simply load it up once every seven days and your tablets will be waiting for you every time you need them.

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are low rise platforms which can be placed securely in front of existing stairs and are particularly good for house entrances. They often come with adjustable feet to ensure a level surface.

Rubber Grippers

are made of a non-slip rubber that fits over the top of lids to provide a steadier grip. Grippers are often fit to deal with tops with diameters of up to 32cm. Belts fit round the side of the lid and are tightened with a thumb wheel.

Multi openers

have adaptations for peeling off tin lids, and twisting lids and pressure sealed bottle caps.

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Self-opening sprung

Bath seats can make

getting into and out of the tub much easier and raised toilet seats mean you do not have so far to lower yourself down and raise yourself up.

range of gadgets designed to make troublesome jobs that little bit easier. a slightly sticky feel, which can be used in a myriad of ways. The non-slip mats can, for instance, be placed on tables so cups and mugs are less likely to fall, underneath plates to make eating easier, and under ornaments to make them less likely to be knocked over. It comes pre-formed into various useful shapes and sizes or you can buy it on a roll and cut it to the dimensions you need.

Grab rails

either attached to a wall or freestanding, give you something steady to hold on to whilst you manoeuvre; great for bathrooms,

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kitchen scissors need less grip strength and fine motor movement than normal ones and can be very useful around the kitchen.

stairs, hallways and bedrooms.

Stair lifts

aren’t cheap, but can be the difference between struggling and being able to move around your house easily.

Stair extensions

Another alternative is to have your stairs extended, where possible. A new set of stairs can be installed, or even built over the original ones, with a lower rise and wide steps, giving plenty of room for manoeuvre and balance.

Garden steps

provide a kneeling platform, so you can tend to your plants more easily, and often include handles or a rail.

1. Avoid backache by investing in a garden step 2. Magnifiers can also be handy for any type of reading, and are especially helpful with maps and tins. Many also come with a built in light. 3. Take the confusion out of medication by organising it in a Tablet Organiser 4. Large buttons on phones are easier to see and operate and make it easier to keep in touch with your friends

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or indulge in fine hobbies such as embroidery. Correct lighting will allow you to read or concentrate for longer, and help avoid eyestrain and headaches. 9 Jars are much easier to open with rubber grippers and belts 10. Trekking poles are lightweight and often foldable: perfect for if you find walking on uneven surfaces difficult or want to be a bit more adventurous in the outdoors. Credit: Decathlon

5. Make taking hold of those elusive items easier using a Reacher 6. Stocking and sock aids are poles with a small frame on the end. The footwear item is placed carefully over the end and you can just slip your foot in and pull the sock or stocking up without having to reach far down. 7. Shower seats can take the risk out of the water and slippery floor combination for people who are not so steady on their feet, but you don’t have to buy a special chair like this one: an ordinary plastic one will do, but preferably with rubber feet for a non-slip effect. 8. Lamps, be they Daylight or spotlights, can be a great aid when trying to read, perform close work

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Hi everyone

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here’s romance in the air in Tenerife, and it will pull at your heart strings.

A young lady, Alison hadfield plans to wed her fiancé, James Goulding, on august 17th this year. She works part time as a nursery assistant, and has been with her fiancé for quite a few years now. on the face of it, life seems full of hope for the couple, but sadly, that is not the case. This lovely lady aged 32 has had more health problems and heartache than anyone I have met in my life. at the age of 14, she was diagnosed with cirrhosis of the liver and this was a great shock to the family who thought it was always caused by alcohol, and since their little daughter had never tasted drink, how could that be? once it was explained, young Alison was eventually fitted with two transjugular intrahepatic portal systemic shunts, or TIPPS — metal tubes which run through veins and arteries and effectively bypass the high resistance of the liver. At the time, she was only the 20th person in the uk to undergo the procedure.

Letters & comments

Holiday Clubs Dear Editor

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ow retired, my wife and i are able to take a few more breaks, and recently had a ‘cheapy’ winter sun holiday in tenerife - our first visit to the canaries. Part of the deal was to attend a presentation, which we were quite sure would be timeshare and were ready to re-buf f, since we do not need that at all. It turned out that it was a holiday club deal, where for a membership fee and admin charge we would be able to book flights and holidays at up to 40 per cent off usual price. The holiday we were on was

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Ian and his daughter

realise that if things accelerate health wise, then the date may have to be brought forward. and so family and friends of this lovely young couple are rallying round to raise funds to give them a hon-

alison has suffered cirrhosis of the liver, miscarriage, stillbirth, splenic aneurysm, pulmonary hypertension and cancer. after the miscarriage, she was expecting a long awaited second baby, and despite a normal pregnancy up until that point, the baby’s heart rate started dropping and she died, and little Katie Louise was stillborn on father’s Day 2006.

eymoon to remember, whenever the wedding may have to take place. James’s Mum Tina lives in Palm Mar, above the restaurant Pearl’s Pantry. They held a fun night for the couple featuring a special cabaret act, Top hat and Tails, featuring Miss kitty and Jojo, an act not to be missed. We at Island Connections would like to send the couple our very best wishes for the future.

Then last year her health took a tragic turn for the worse. With a diagnosis of cancer of the liver in June last year, she now faced a liver transplant to give her a chance of life, then was told the cancer had spread to her lungs so the transplant couldn’t be done.

and finally, some sad news for the many friends of ian Bradley of Playa Paraiso. Most of his friends knew that he had had heart problems for a while, but were shocked and saddened when ian passed away on Saturday 8th february at age 50.

James and alison have made plans to marry in august, but

I knew him from the eldon house pub in the village, as

8 - 21 March 2013

Aries 21.03. – 20.04.

Ian, myself, John and Joanne were members of the same quiz team every Saturday. ian and his lovely dog rio were popular figures in Playa Paraiso, especially, as i have since learned, at the Slug and Lettuce pub. ian’s Mum Gwyneth, and his brother Tony, came often to Tenerife, and ian certainly came to life when they visited and they divided their time between the two pubs. All of his friends gathered at the little church in Sueño Azul in Callao Salvaje, to pay their last respects, and would like me to thank the pastor there, and also Pastor Adrian who gave a wonderfully warm and caring service for Ian. ian will be sadly missed by Mum Gwyneth, brother Tony, sister Lesley, and daughter Phillipa, as well as his two grandchildren. Ian’s dog rio, who was such a loving and charming pet, has been adopted by Paul and Mary, who are delighted to do this last service for their friend.

Sleep well Ian, we’ll all miss you. until next time, take care of yourselves, and especially of each other.

In the end, having signed up under the usual high-pressure sales tactics after five hours, we went away to do some research and discovered that these people were a complete scam/fraud, so we set about getting our money back, which we have done due to our persistence and evidence gathering of the fraudulent misrepresentation which made us part with our money. The organisation in question is LA Premiere in Adeje - do you have any knowledge of

them and can you please warn other vulnerable tourists about this fraud tHaNKYou, tErrY cooK, mELKsHam

Putting your foot in it? Dear Editor

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ecently we have become members of the vast sun-seeking winter holiday pilgrimage to Las américas, tenerife, where we find a lively, colour ful purpose-built resort, with a great ambience and creatively landscaped with well irrigated trees and borders.

Taurus 21.04. – 20.05. You are having a prosperous month. Your whole year ahead should be prosperous in fact. However, just as money comes in, it will also go out and you may have to pay more than you expected for something, such as dental care for a loved one.

Gemini 21.05. – 21.06. If you are single, you can fill your calendar with dates and social engagements if you wish to. You may meet someone romantically through a financial exchange.

Cancer 22.06. – 22.07.

as well as being a spiritual time for you, your career is also important and you can be very successful, but allow things to develop slowly rather than seeking advancement.

Leo 23.07. – 23.08.

You are naturally charismatic and love to shine, but you shine best like the sun rather than a laser. keep focused and have plenty of rest and relaxation.

Virgo 24.08. – 23.09.

You succeed through a combination of willpower, goal-setting, hard work and focus. Once you have made your mind up, nothing gets in your way. You are relentless. However, you now find yourself reviewing your goals and ambitions.

Libra 24.09. – 23.10.

You may decide to pursue a career or vocation that you have always wanted rather than purely for materialistic reasons. Love is in the air.

Scorpio 24.10. – 22.11.

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arranged by them and was good, and we go to Greece using scheduled flights two or three times a year which they claimed to include, so the cost was far less than we were currently spending – we were interested.

You are generous with a strong and loving heart. Focus now on pouring that spirit of generosity on others. Give your support and be charming and helpful, instead of bossy, perhaps.

However, during various walks along the useful network of footpaths we have constantly obser ved large amounts of repulsive dog excrement which detracts from what would otherwise be a pleasant experience. As dog lovers may I respectfully suggest that Arona Council adopts a method now becoming fairly widespread in the UK and beyond, where owners are responsible for bagging and disposing of excrement in bins specially provided by the local council for this purpose? Even in times of economic restraint, this would be a worthwhile investment for safeguarding the environment and ultimately the appeal of the wonderful Canarian holiday.

Yours sincerely P. mindenhall, Bolton

sudden opportunities may come out of the blue and you should take them if they lead to improved circumstances for you. Listen to your intuition.

Sagittarius 23.11. – 21.12.

new methods and innovative technology will make your job far easier than you anticipated. Take a look at investment opportunities.

Carpicorn 22.12. – 20.01.

These are excellent times for reflection, reevaluating your personal goals, or setting some if you don’t have any. You can really change your life for the better.

Aquarius 21.01. – 20.02.

Try to go with the flow of change. You are naturally an adaptable person so this is the stance to adopt now and opportunities will come to you naturally.

Pisces 21.02. – 20.03.

It’s a good time for social events and teamwork. You will be very popular. new relationships may come into your life and old ones resurface unexpectedly.


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Animal cruelty >

Pets Charities Round up The Sunday strolls along the promenade in Los Cristianos recently began again. There were lots of very happy dogs from the refuge on our first trip of the year and it was great to see so many new faces joining us. This will be a monthly event with the next date and venue soon to be posted. so many people stopped to speak with us and make a fuss of the dogs as well as regular water stops for our four legged friends. all in all it was a very pleasant afternoon. a few of our new supporters have volunteered to walk the dogs on a regular basis from the refuge, if you would also like to volunteer then please just go to the refuge Monday - Friday between 3 and 6pm or if you would like to help accion Del sol in any way please call 922 778630 for more information. The refuge is situated at Poligono De Industrial Estate, Granadilla, Exit 51 on the TF1, directly next to the ITEr Parque Eolica where the windmills are The end of February has again seen a large intake of dogs from the streets, meaning accion Del sol’s vets are extremely busy and the refuge desperately needs towels, blankets and tinned dog food for the puppies and very sick dogs, all donations would be very greatly received if you would like to help this worthwhile cause.

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las, as our furry companions get older they often have a little trouble with halitosis.

There are many ways of helping them with this, but the best system is to start a routine of oral care while they are still young. as dogs and cats can’t brush, spit, gargle or floss on their own, it will unfortunately be up to you to help them out, so the sooner you start the better.

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Lots of fun was had on the first walk of the year

Please call Hospivet sur on 922 736927 for your appointment. You must quote LIVE arICO to get these rates.

Charity Shop news Please remember that we will be closing the Costa del Silencio charity shop at the end of March. Everything must go, and we are currently holding a Buy One Get One Free sale. In fact, come and see us, as no reasonable offers will

Accion del Sol

be refused. We thank Julie and all the volunteers for all their hard work, and we hope to see them in the Los Cristianos (Calle reveron near the harbour play park) or san Eugenio (opposite Hotel La niña, near amandas bar) shops. For general Enquiries call sue Havenhand on 629 388102 or siobhan Ferguson on 630 857626. see the webpage: www. livearico.org, Facebook – Live arico Tenerife or twitter.com/ live_arico

The majority of that bad breath odour comes from hydrogen sulphide, which is waste from anaerobic bacteria that thrive without oxygen when caught in places like the gaps between teeth. Plaque build-up also encourages the accumulation of the bacteria so the main aim should be to keep the teeth as clean as possible. brushing is, of course, the best method, but not all cats and dogs appreciate this. The trick is to take it slowly, particularly when introducing it to older animals. There are plenty of petfriendly toothpastes available from pet shops and vets (never use human toothpaste), as well as toothbrushes to suit all – although any relatively soft and appropriately sized toothbrush will usually suffice. The first step is to introduce them to the brush – even if they only let you place it into their mouths for a few moments, and maybe even have a little friendly chew on it, this is quite a big step. always praise them for it and keep trying everyday, lengthening the time as you go. Dogs are usually the most receptive to this, particularly as they generally like the attention, if not the brushing itself, but cats can be a little trickier. However, with a little patience you will hopefully soon be brushing all that tartar build-up away.

LOOKING FOR LOVE Acción del Sol

For World Spay Day Live Arico have negotiated an amazing deal with Hospivet Sur in Las Chafiras, Tenerife, bringing you unprecedented prices on spaying and neutering your pet. They are more or less at cost, and are limited to the first 100 appointments made with Hospivet Sur in the month of March. Prices range between €81 and €225, depending on the age and sex of your dog.

pre-flight board for your pet. We charge everything at cost for you. Everything is done for your pet from start to finish. We also import from the UK to Tenerife.

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alternatively there are a number of cleaning chews, treats and toys available which can also help. speak to your vet about what they recommend, and don’t forget that in severe cases it may be worth having their teeth cleaned professionally – it could save your pet, and you, a lot of discomfort.

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Brandy is 10 years old and fit and healthy. Live Arico will cover his future vet care needs financially - all he’ll cost you is food, and lots of love. Please give him a chance. Call Sue on 629 388102.

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Plan efficient and clean

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The latest round of incentives may mean it is once again time to consider purchasing that new car.

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he second Programme of Incentives for Efficient Vehicles (Plan PIVE 2) provides grants for people who scrap their old vehicles and buy a new, efficient and low-contaminating model.

The offer is open for older private and light commercial vehicles and the minimum age requirements has been lowered slightly; private vehicles must be over 10 years old, and light commercial ones: seven or more (as opposed to 12 and 10 previously). It is hoped that the use of more efficient models will achieve an overall saving of 78 million litres of fuel, the equivalent of 500,000 barrels of oil, per year, as well as reducing the CO2 contribution to green house gases by 262,000 tonnes each year. There are, of course, conditions. New private vehicles must cost less than €25,000 and will merit a discount of €2000, and large families buying a vehicle with more than five seats have a top price of

€30,000 (before tax) and will receive a discount of €3000. Private vehicles can be either petrol or diesel, with an energy rating of either A or B; or of A, B, C or D with CO2 emissions lower than 120g/Km; this last category also applying to light commercial vehicles. Private vehicles of more than five seats must

have an energy rating of A, B or C. Natural Gas private and light commercial vehicles must have CO2 emission levels lower than 160 g/Km. There are fewer restrictions when buying an electric or hybrid model. Between 145,000 and 150,000 vehicles are expected to be replaced

via the plan, which will continue until February 14, 2014, or until the initiative’s funds - €150 million- have all been allocated. It may be worth enquiring sooner, rather than later, as the first Plan PIVE had a limit of six months but the funds were used up in only three. See: www.planpive.net/planpive2.html or visit your local dealer

It’s a dream come true for the participants: a Dakar style motorbike run that all bike enthusiasts can join in. At the beginning of March, 12 BMW and Husqvarna enthusiasts from the Canary Islands started an 11 day, 2,500 kilometre, run across Morocco in this year’s Hummer Raid. The lucky Island participants were backed by the Vemotor dealership, Gran Canaria. It’s not a race, but has all the back-up associated with the great cross Africa runs: pure adventure on wheels.

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errari is the world’s most powerful brand according to the annual list compiled by leading brand valuation experts, Brand Finance. Ferrari took the number one spot of the top five most powerful brands, ahead of the likes of Google, CocaCola, PwC and Hermes, on a list that includes the 500

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olvo Trucks’ online video series ‘Welcome to my cab’ invites viewers into the cabs of truck drivers from around the world. In the latest episode, Bernard Nabucet from Paris shows his beautiful vintage Volvo F89. Monsieur Nabucet has been running his own trucking business, located just outside Paris, for nearly fifty years. Among the company’s thirty trucks is his own special treasure: a Volvo F89 from 1971. The truck is in mint condition with original parts down to the smallest detail, even though it was in a terrible state when he first bought it.

most famous companies in the world. Because of its size, the Maranello Company cannot compete with the large multinational brands in terms of overall revenues. However, its brand rating takes into account other financial metrics, such as net margins, average revenue per customer, and advertising and marketing spend, as well as qualitative parameters, such as brand af-

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fection and loyalty. “This achievement proves that even in very tough economic times, Italy can still offer the world businesses of excellence,” commented Ferrari chairman Luca di Montezemolo. “Behind this acknowledgement are exceptional products made by equally exceptional men and women. They made it possible, and for that I thank them.”

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garage. “This is a genuine Volvo F89 and there are not many of them left. Even the radio is original and it works perfectly!” he enthuses

Bentley is probably delighted to announce the launch of its first fragrance range for men. The Intense and Bentley for Men ranges are created by top French perfumer Nathalie Lorson, from the perfume house Firmenich, and prices start from €59. The Lalique for Bentley Crystal Edition, limited to only 999 pieces is, however, in another league. It comes in a crystal flacon with the legendary ‘Flying B’ Bentley mascot, all finely wrought in gleaming crystal, and costs €3,500 upwards.

Borough

Station

Price (95 octane)

adeje

Tgas Hipertrébol Tgas, Valle San Lorenzo-Las Galletas

€ 1.105

Granadilla

Disa, Avenida Fundador Gonzalo

€ 1.079

arona

Guía de isora

€ 1.101

Cepsa, C/Gral km 96

€ 1.153

La Laguna

Makro, Pol Ind Los Majuelos

€ 1.080

San Miguel

Estación San Miguel, C/Gral km 80.8

€ 1,079

Tgas Hipertrébol, Poligono El Mayorazgo

€ 1.098

Pto. de la Cruz Santa Cruz

Shell, Carretera Pto Cruz-Las Arenas, km 132 € 1,142

Santiago del Teide Texaco main road Km 84

€ 1,152

stP

Treat your engine

STP recently launched an immensely versatile treatment, designed to keep all 2- and 4-stroke petrol and diesel-powered engines running at their best.

Yamaha

Retro return

The mythic Yamaha XJR 1300 has just come back onto the Spanish market. This new version combines classic styling with all the latest Yamaha functions, along with that potent, air-cooled engine. The archetypal shape of the tank, seat and side covers are particularly attractive, but the conventional looks hide a number of improvements: lighter and better handling, a suspension upgrade and enhanced riding position. It’s 100 per cent modern technology with a feel for the past.

Called MPMT (Multi-Purpose Motor Treatment), this latest product is said to be the ideal garage and garden shed companion. Aside from cars, vans and commercial vehicles, the benefits of MPMT extend to motorcycles, lawnmowers, chain saws and all powered garden equipment, boats, tractors and farm machinery. Containing a speciallyformulated blend of fuel and lubricant additives, plus anti-corrosion agents and moisture repellants,

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MPMT constitutes a complete engine tonic. It can be used as a fuel additive (petrol, diesel or bio-fuel); as an oil treatment; or an engine flush. The wide range of benefits from one application include reduced emissions, extra engine protection, and cleaning and conditioning of the fuel delivery system. For engines which are seldom used, such as classic cars, boats and jet skis, MPMT can protect the engine’s internals and fuel system, and get them on the move quickly and efficiently after storage. Order on-line.


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CB Canarias:

sport in Brief :

Home advantage F

ans of premiership basketball side CB Canarias, who feared that the move to a bigger stadium would give visiting teams a better chance, can breathe easier at the remarkable home streak achieved by the side since November. Canarias notched up their seventh consecutive win at the Santiago Martín against Obradoiro to consolidate their position in the ACB league and bring mathemati-

cal survival a step closer. The win, courtesy of impressive performances by Blagota Sekulic and Ricardo Uriz, helped Canarias maintain a comfortable cushion over the bottom two sides, Lagun Aro and Manresa, and also confirmed to doubters that the Santiago Martín is one of the league’s most testing venues. Apart from the heavy opening defeat to CAI Zaragoza, all the other teams to travel here have either lost or only

Tenerife babes

Giant-killers While all eyes may be on the exploits of the Tenerife first team, which is still on course to top the league table at the end of the season and, hopefully, promotion back to Division 2, the club’s second string have gone about making their own headlines with giant-killing feats that have seen them reach the semi-finals of the country’s biggest junior trophy, the Federation Cup.

narrowly won (Real Madrid, Valencia, Gran Canaria). Obradoiro coach Moncho Fernández admitted after the game that the stadium is a big factor in the La Laguna side’s successful return to the

ACB after an absence of over 20 years, although he added that “playing here is an absolute pleasure”. The next home game is against the mighty Barcelona on March 10 at 11.40am.

Publicity stunts :

Water polo club flies flag T

here can be no doubt as to who Tenerife’s top sporting ambassadors are this year, at least in terms of publicity ideas. Although they may be going through some troubled times financially, water polo club Aquasport Echeyde are not short on brainwaves to demonstrate their ingenu-

Boxing

Volleyball

Signings pay off Ladies volleyball side CV Aguere’s decision to break the bank and bring in experienced international players to stave off relegation paid off in the first game in which all the new faces took to the court.

ity in promoting Tenerife on their trips for away games. The players have braved the elements on several occasions to strip down to their trunks outside some of Spain’s landmark buildings, including Bilbao’s Guggenheim flag for their home island. Museum and Seville’s world The promotion work has not famous Cathedral, to fly the gone unnoticed by tourism bosses, who will find it difficult not to continue to lend

Echeyde in Seville

a financial hand to the club, despite the current belt-tightening. Echeyde are lying second in the league at present.

The La Laguna side chalked up their first win of the season with an emphatic thrashing of Menorca (3-0) to move off the bottom of the Premiership table and hand over the wooden spoon, at least for the moment, to neighbours Santa Cruz. Aguere, Spanish champions just a few seasons ago, are in serious financial trouble and lost all their best players last year. However, a late effort is being made to attract some big names to the club to ensure survival in the top Diana Sánchez flight for another season.

By George Reed

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Tenerife B, consisting mainly of youngsters from the island, has already dispatched teams from higher leagues, including Fuenlabrada, who play in the same division as the Tenerife first team. After beating big-budget Cartagena on away goals in the quarter finals, the youngsters now face another high-flying Division 2B side, San Andreu, in the semis over two legs, beginning away on March 7 and then at home a fortnight later.

s St. Patrick’s Day nears, it reminds me of the manager, who, in his wisdom, signed a contract for his fighter to put his world title on the line, against an Irishman in Dublin of all places, and on Ireland’s special day. Now, the fighter’s manager must have been either crazy or blissfully unaware of what it entailed, for the fight was to take place on St. Patricks Day in 1923 at the height of the Civil War. The Arena was packed to the rafters with a wild shouting frenzied crowd

of Irishmen while British soldiers patrolled the rooftops covering the crowd with their guns. The challenger for the world title was Mike McTigue, who was born on a farm in the village of Kilnamona on the west coast of Ireland. He had migrated to America and had fought many of the world’s best boxers, during an era of truly great fighters, and the popular Irishman more than held his own. He was now 32 years old, a veteran, ring-wise in those days, and many thought he was due for retirement after so many hard battles, but he still

had the burning ambition to win a world title before he hung up his boxing gloves. This would probably be his last chance to do so against the Senegalese fighter ‘Battling Siki’ who, the year before, had battered the French Idol Georges Carpentier into submission in the 6th round, the same Carpentier who two years earlier had fought the great World Heavyweight Champion Jack Dempsey in America, in the first Million Dollar gate fight. Battling Siki’s story seems to be far stranger than fiction, for, as a young teenager he was set on by a group of sailors off a British Freighter, who had been ordered by the captain to pick up likely natives to fill out the crew, after the ship dropped anchor in a small port of the French West African Colony of Senegal. Three of the toughest sailors from the freighter came across a lone

Senegalese native who looked healthy enough to make a good seaman, so they decided to capture the barefooted youngster, only to get the shock of their lives. In a few minutes they were bloodied and legless after the Senegalese belted them with some crushing blows of his fists. Apparently the youngster had only recently come out of the African jungle and was around 15 years of age and was named Louis Phal. One person who happened to see the fight was a Frenchman who was a small-time manager of prize fighters and with an eye for easy money he convinced young Phal that he could earn a fortune in the ring so the unschooled and nearly savage teenager deserted the African jungle and took the ring name of ‘Battling Siki’. During his first year as a professional he was

matched against much bigger and stronger men than he was, who knew all the cruel boxing tricks of their trade, but he always came out on top. When hurt the young Senegalese was like a black jungle cat who savagely struck out until his opponent lay unconscious on the ring canvas. When the First World War engulfed Europe Battling Siki enlisted in the French Colonial Forces, and after the war he was a hero in the eyes of the civilised world, for he returned to Paris wearing the Croix de Guerre and the Médaille Militaire. He loved the savagery of fighting, so he returned to the ring and finally battled his way to a shot at the World Light Heavyweight title which he won in a wild, bloody, and savage combat, against the champion Georges Carpentier. However, success went to Siki’s

head and he became involved in nightclub brawls, paraded through the streets with a lioness on a leash and was arrested by the police on a number of occasions for irresponsible behaviour. The Pride and arrogance of the new champion was probably the main reason why he put his title on the line against an Irishman, in Dublin on St. Patrick’s Day. Not surprisingly the decision went to Mike McTigue after 20 rounds. Siki couldn’t leave Ireland straight away, as he had to wait for the next cattle-boat, due to the fact that he insisted on travelling with a pet donkey! Two years later ‘Battling Siki’, the man from the African jungle, was found in a gutter in New York’s Hell’s Kitchen, with two bullets lodged in back, he was 28.


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NEW OPEN LEAGUE starting soon:

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tlantic Horizon have recently won the league and will be looking to take on all existing and

new challengers. If you have a group of friends that fancy fun and healthy 6- aside football every week then please get in touch so we can arrange some friendlies to get you guys started before playing any League or Cup games.

Private bookings: At the new Soccer Experience facility in Los Cristianos we can offer groups of friends the field just to play around with amigos or family. Great fun and exercise for all the family now available so maybe Dad can feel he is Messi for at least five seconds!

over 40s football on Thursdays at 7pm has been a big hit! So if any older chaps are tempted to make a slow motion comeback please get in touch and we will get you involved in this Thursday evening fun game. Please contact us if you have any interest in the weekly adult or kids’ soccer that soccer Experience Tenerife provides. Call/sms: 0034 654200470 or email: info@ soccerexperience.com and more details available on: www. soccerexperience.com or follow us on Facebook: facebook.com/ soccerExperience Tenerife

Liverpool f.C. academy

Once again Soccer Experience have been asked by local councils to bring in elite UK academy teams to play against local high level youth teams from Tenerife and the 1st club that the Tenerife teams want is Liverpool F.C. So we are presently working on making a treat for Liverpool fans happen again, just like we did a couple of years ago when present 1st team squad players like Andre Wisdom and Conor Cody were enjoying their youth preseason in Tenerife with Soccer Experience. We will keep you posted on the details of this possible event.

Soccer experience Tenerife now has its own new facility:

The main benefit of the new location is the easy access for existing and possible new teams and players, with it being near the TF1 exit for Los Cristianos and along the back access road to Las Americas. It is directly across from the Villa Mandi and Granda Park hotels, it also means players who live in Los Cristianos or Las Americas can actually walk to the field.

TAb Le PoSITIonS

Canarian football Clubs

Club

League Position

uD Las Palmas Liga adelante

Points

8

42

CD Tenerife

Segunda B

1

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CD Marino

Segunda B

Bottom

14

Current leader of the Tercera Division Canarian group of 20 teams from all over the islands is Las Palmas B with 62 points.

CDTenerife CD Tenerife 2 Real Madrid 0 Tenerife continued their excellent home form with a comfortable win against Real Madrid C. The final 2-0 score line does not reflect in the slightest the dominance of the blanquiazules in this ‘noncontest’. The Madrid youngsters were one of the poorest rivals to have visited the Heliodoro this season despite sitting prior to the game in a healthy 7th position in the table. scoring goals in the first half is a pretty rare event for CD Tenerife, the last time being mid-December, but both goals were scored in a near perfect first half by the blanquiazules. The first from a header by 20 year old defender alberto, making his home debut, and the second from a superb free kick by Luismi Loro just before the break. Tenerife should have added to their lead but the result was never in any danger. Central midfielder Fran Ochoa on a yellow card was replaced by Yeray, another promising player from the academy, as coach Cervera slowly bloods the young Canarian talent. It was refreshing to see six players used on the day that have come through the youth levels at the club. Chances were created, an aridane header was palmed onto the bar by the Madrid keeper and substitutes ayoze Perez and Guillem almost scored in the closing stages. The visitors first

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serious shot on goal fell on the 81st minute which really sums up the story of the match. The 8.651 crowd enjoyed a good solid win by Tenerife, their 11th at home this season.

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At. Madrid B 1 CD Tenerife 0 However, the second game of the fortnight was very different. It is very difficult to understand how a team can change so much on their travels. League leaders Tenerife flew to Madrid as favourites but, as is often the case, returned home with their tails between their legs and, more importantly, no points to their name. The team was cheered on by 100 or so fans in the stands of the small Cerro de Espino stadium on the outskirts of Madrid, the location of atlético de Madrid´s training grounds. so what goes wrong away from home? The lack of having an alternative plan against teams that dominate play was all too clear to see. The blanquiazules were six points clear, the atlético b side were struggling at the bottom part of the league but you could really not tell who was who on the day. also due to the bumpy pitch the normal Tenerife passing game was thrown into disarray against a very motivated home team. Long balls pumped up time and time again to the slow reactions of aridane. Midway through the first half atlético won a dubious penalty but it was saved by aragoneses in

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the Tenerife goal. The second half saw much of the same with the home side dominating and Tenerife timidly attempting to score on the break. not what you would expect from the top side. but just as it seemed that a goalless draw was on the cards Thomas cut in from the left and his sweet shot nestled into the corner of the goal to put atletico 1-0 up. as the final whistle blew on another poor away day the blanquiazul fans drifted away disillusioned. Most shared the flight back to the Island with the team and what a horrific flight it was! On the approach to Tenerife the aircraft suffered severe turbulence in very stormy weather and even the most seasoned flyer was deeply concerned. The first attempted landing at Tenerife north airport was aborted just metres from the runway and with no information coming from the cockpit the plane struggled for one more hour before touching down at Tenerife south airport. a truly horrendous flight in hurricane storm winds and rain. no pity for the players though and coach Cervera had them up early the next morning for training as they need to bounce back from the defeat.

CD Marino

Success! fuenlabrada 3 CD Marino 0 What a shame for CD Marino this game was. Any confidence the team may have retained from their recent win was undoubtedly delivered a blow, but the team deserves some respect for their improved game and sheer grit. Marino gave the home team a run for their money, despite being in a different league, so to speak, and actually dominated the game for the most part. at half time the score was 0:0, but not long into the second half Marino found themselves without both Dorta and noah and the three goals for Fuenlabrada arrived in the

last 15 minutes, two of them by rubén ramos and the last thanks to Diego.

CD Marino 1 SS de los reyes 1 Neither team played their best during this match and the result seems a fair share of points. The first half was very entertaining, with Marino in charge and in the control of ball. There was a tricky moment when Los reyes had a penalty before 15 minutes thanks to rayco, but alberto stopped it well and truly. Ismael scored for ss at the 20th minute, thanks to poor defence from Marino, but less than 10 minutess later sandro brought the equaliser. Iker played well for Marino in the second half but there was simply very little action from either side.


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