What makes the Red Queen’s Tenerife blog different?For starters, what you read is not written by a professional travel writer. I do it because I remember what it was like to have the dream. To want to live somewhere with beautiful beaches, wild seas, sun filled days, glorious sunsets and whilst most of the time it is idyllic nowhere is Nirvana. So I tell you if it is good and I tell you if it is bad. The difference is I don´t do it because someone is paying me to say nice things about Tenerife.
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Tag Archives: San Isidro
Islanders look forward to their ‘romerias’, they are part of Canary culture, a time when colour and joy fill the streets of towns and villages. They are usually in honour of some saint who has either helped the locals with … Continue reading
It is almost June, the year is flying by, and once again, here on Tenerife the local folk will dress up in their finest costumes on 5th June to celebrate in La Orotava. Known as La Romería de San Isidro … Continue reading
The Mueca Festival is already gearing up for its next edition. The art show in the streets of Puerto de la Cruz will be held from 12th to 15th May. In November when registration opened 201 applications were received, more than half … Continue reading
Every April, the statue of the Virgin of the Incarnation, is carried from the Santa Ursula Church in Adeje to the hermitage of San Sebastián in La Caleta, the original home of the Virgin. This procession has been taking place for … Continue reading