Mike thinks Lanzarote could be the perfect place for digital nomads to come and live for a few months to enjoy the culture and hospitality of the island.
Explaining in more detail how fuel cell cars work and how we might be ahead of the curve in The Canaries.
The Insólita premium tours of three of the main attractions are something new. We tried our first recently, and we were impressed.
Since his death, many myths have arisen about Cesar Manrique, and these days his name is constantly used as a justification to support views that I don’t believe he would have shared.
Explaining what menus del dia are, how they work, and what you can expect from them.
Mike giving his opinion on the lack of new businesses and new business investment into the island over the last few years.
Explaining the different layers of government and the various police forces we deal with on a day to day basis in Lanzarote.
Getting your head around how or even if the 90 / 180 day rule will affect you if you are not an EU citizen, but like to spend time in Lanzarote.
We did a fabulous walk, which took us past Lanzarote’s only aqueduct and the water pipe that used to carry water from Famara to Arrecife.
I’ve really reconnected with Lanzarote during the pandemic and I know many other islanders have done so too. I also believe we’re going to have a big “reset” over the coming years.