On the 9th and 10th September 2011, 15 climbers from Switzerland, France and Spain will walk away from the surfers and sunbathers at El Socorro Beach in Los Realejos and will begin a climb and every step they take will give a child a chance to live a life outside of hunger and despair.
Although the ability to speak the lingo when holidaying on Tenerife has never been a major handicap, nevertheless, a little Spanish can go a long way. Here’s Tenerife Magazine’s guide to some of the most useful phrases to have in your vocabulary, or how to sound more Spanish – savvy than you are.
How do you celebrate the anniversary of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania? Dougie Kirkwood found his challenge close to home. Mount Teide may be a lot shorter at 3,718 metres but picking an unfashionable and direct route presents its own challenges for the December 11th assault.
Sitting in the kitchen area at Blackstone Film Company in Parque de la Reina I feel a long way from tinsel town but for producer Julia Schroedl and executive producer Jurgen Hartmann this is the grainy black and white reality of the film world[…]