Reminiscing about Steve, who was one of Lanzarote’s interesting characters when we first arrived on the island. He ran the only curry restaurant here, and rented out cars to residents who couldn’t get finance.
Our suggestions for the island’s really special restaurants. Ones that fall into the “fine dining” category.
Easter in Spain is quite different to many countries. It’s the most important event on the religious calendar, and is a time for families to get together.
We’re planning to visit all eight Canary Islands this summer.
Explaining how Spain is divided up into autonomous communities, provinces and municipalities.
More detail from the meeting with Turismo to discuss El Turismo Que Queremos.
Explaining Lanzarote’s road system, which looks complex, but is really fairly straightforward.
Key points in Lanzarote’s history showing how the island emerged from the African fault, and changed it’s shape due to volcanic activity.
We describe a perfect day in Playa Blanca, for those of you who don’t already know the resort well.
We don’t know how many businesses have effectively closed down in this pandemic, but the numbers may shock us when we find out. But here’s one example of a business that refused to lie down and die.