Author Archives: Red Queen's Musings

Taking a Taxi

I thought this information may be useful at this time of year, especially with the influx of ‘Swallows’. Thousands of taxis travel around Tenerife, you can see them everywhere, on the motorway and on every street corner but it’s ‘Sod’s … Continue reading

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In Flanders Fields

On this Remembrance Sunday let us take time to remember all our brave troops, both past and present. In Flanders Fields by John McCrae, May 1915 In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row, That mark our place; … Continue reading

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Drizzle in Chayofa

Stuck for something sweet to have with a cuppa I thought I would dig through my old recipe files. I had been given some lemons from a friends tree and I still had these in the fridge and one was … Continue reading

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Excalibur – Buzanada

In rural Tenerife in the village of Buzanada is Excalibur. It is well known to locals because it has been in business for 25 years but few tourists are aware of it, as can be seen from TripAdvisor, where only … Continue reading

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Bowled over by soup

Home-made soup is such a wonderful comforting winter treat. It is quick and easy to prepare yet feels as though you are spoiling the family.  The following recipes are more than enough for two people so just double, or triple … Continue reading

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