Author Archives: Red Queen's Musings

Jungle Park – South Tenerife

It is a few years since I have visited Jungle Park but having visitors recently it was on their list of things to do.  It was a beautiful day and despite me not being a fan of zoos all of the animals, … Continue reading

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Playa Las Salinas – Costa Adeje

Close to the large Bahia Principe hotel complex in Playa Paraíso is Playa de Las Salinas. A small beach surrounded by a rocky bay that ensure the waters are generally calm and safe for bathers. To get from Los Cristianos, along the … Continue reading

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The day that tourism was born in the Canary Islands

In the 1880s, “Health Tourism” became popular as many patients travelled to the islands looking for the cure and / or relief for various diseases including rheumatism, skin problems, and especially respiratory diseases. The climate of our archipelago and the sea … Continue reading

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Art in Granadilla de Abona

I have a Facebook friend Larry Dobson, we have never met, so I don’t really know him but from reading his posts I like him. He has an odd sense of humour (so have I), he is non-judgemental (I like … Continue reading

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Playa San Juan – Tenerife

The biggest attraction of Playa San Juan for both locals and visitors is its beach and ever since new sand was imported, this small fishing village has had a growing tourist market. I don´t mind admitting it is one of … Continue reading

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