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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The first pilgrimage to San Isidro took place in Los Realejos in 1676 when country people made an offering to their patron saint. The tradition continues today and floats, some drawn by oxen but mostly built on trucks, parade through … Continue reading
Tenerife is rich in beautiful landscapes that can astound you and transport you through time and space. Today I want to share some images of different areas in the north of Tenerife from Anaga Atrapiés, a team of local explorers … Continue reading
A sculpture is just a painting cut out and stood up somewhere. Frank Stella I have in the past talked about the Sand Sculptures on the beach, to graffiti on the wall. From the traditional Canarian figures and murals to … Continue reading
Every January 20th Adeje hosts a festival in honour of San Sebastián. Whilst tinerfeños will party at the drop of a hat, for this particular fiesta it is the farmers of Adeje who hold San Sebastián in particularly high esteem. … Continue reading