Royal Air Maroc Airlines will contect Tenerife with Casablanca, Morrocco, three times a week.
Tenerife via Royal Air Maroc new direct flight route will conect with 23 African destinations.
From next October 26th 2013 Royal Air Maroc, RAM, will connect Tenerife for the first time with Casablanca every:
This new route means to connect Tenerife with other 23 African destinations without flying from Madrid or Barcelona.
Royal Air Maroc has already started to sell tickets, Tenerife – Casablanca, which will be operated by an ATR with 70 passengers plus business class capacity.
After 30 months’ test Royal Air Maroc will consider to increase the frequency of this route between Tenerife and Morocco.
Mohamed V Airport in Casablanca, Royal Air Maroc hub, makes possible for travelers to connect with 20 African and 55 International destinations the same day.
Nowadays Morocco is an emerging market and Casablanca is the centre of business and financial activity, where the main national and international companies have based their headquarters.
In addition, Souss Massa Draa is the region that has the best relations with Tenerife and offers great business opportunities for our island. Government keep important agreements with local authorities, such as waste management between others.
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A group of British Journalists have had the chance of visiting Tenerife’s main attractives during a promotional action in the island in which it was included:
Anaga’s rural Park excursion,
whale and dolphin watching,
sightseeing in Santa Cruz, La Orotava and La Laguna,
luxury hotels in the South, etc….
The different media that took part in this trip are from Gatwick airport surrounding area were:
“Isle of Wight County Press :32.724 readers;
“The Argus” :19.199 readers
“Surrey Times” 25.136 readers;
“Star Courier” 62.449 readers;
Working Informer 27.805 readers
“West Sussex County Times” 19.501 readers,
“The Sunday Mirror”, a National publication with 1.3 million readers
There is a five times a week direct flight to Tenerife South Airport from Gatwick with 2.200 monthly travellers by British Airways and this route was highly demanded by four and five stars hotelliers who knew there are high class British visitors that prefer flying in business class and book luxury hotels
General public should avoid forest and woodland areas Tenerife 09.07.2013
To prevent forest and wild fires, from today Tuesday, 9 July 2013, the Government of Tenerife (Cabildo de Tenerife) has enforced a ban on certain activities in the mountains all over the island, following the Spanish Met Office’s forecast (AEMET) for extremely high temperatures expected to last until the weekend.
The ban prohibits from today the lighting of any fires in the recreation and barbecue areas in the mountains, any burning of agricultural or forest waste and lighting bonfires.
Also banned is work with machinery or tools and the use of anything that could cause sparks in agricultural and forestry areas, such as brush cutters and welding equipment. Fireworks displays in the area of risk and in areas close to dry vegetation where wildfire could spread are banned. Also, the public is advised to avoid transit through forested areas until the ban is lifted. These measures will remain in force as long as the dry weather conditions persist greatly increasing the risk of wildfires. As part of the plan for the prevention of forest fires, the Cabildo of Tenerife has issued a plea to the general public to avoid going into the mountains during the heat wave whenever possible. The island’s Department for Forestry and Fire Management has already put its emergency services on standby so they are ready to act if a high risk situation occurs.
Until the end of July 2013 there is a great Tapas route going on in Santa Cruz de Tenerife called Soho Tapas Route.
Tasca El Callejón is taking part in this gastro challenge with a great tapa and I also got the full recipe by Chef Sebastián Morales, “Chano”, so let’s get all the ingredients to make it at home.
Meatballs with goat cheese recipe
Yearly calf minced meat – 1 kg
onion – 1
garlic – 2 tsp
cumin powder- 2tsp ( depending on your taste)
mustard – like the one you use for hot-dogs
black pepper powder
eggs – 2
Goat cheese sauce ingredients:
cream – 1/2 l
grated mature goat cheese – 1/2 l
Black pepper in powder
oregano – 200gr.
In a pan with olive oil we stirfry the onion, garlic and other spices, once done we mix it with the minced meat and we wait till it’s cold enough.
Add 2 eggs and the mustard, then mix it with your hands.
Make the meatballs and roll them with breadcrumbs and fry.
Goat Cheese sauce preparation:
Boil the cream and reserve.
Add the cheese and spices.
You can present the dish as in the picture . Have a cool Tinto de Verano with it. But if you order this tapa you can also have a glass of beer of house wine during the SOHO tapas route for as little as 2,5o€
It’s a bit hot in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, we are at summer time and I feel thirsty. Quick look at the time in my mobile and , oh yeah! Cocktail o’clock! Perfect time to go to Tasca el Callejón for a cold Tinto de verano.
This time I also took advantage of Luis Yanes who offered me a seat as fast as he could, and I decided to try to ask for Tinto de verano recipe to try it at home ans see if I could impress some friends, so let’s go for a Tinto de verano!
Tinto de verano recipe
Tinto de verano ingredients:
Good quality young or crianza red wine.
Green apple liqueur.
Some slices of lemon and orange.
Tinto de verano preparation:
Put the sliced fruit and the ice in the glass you will use to serve the drink.
Add banana liqueur.
Add Green apple liqueur.
Pour the red wine and don’t stir.
Tinto de verano will be divided in two coloured areas and guest is the one to stir the drink.
The price of a great Tinto de verano at Tasca el Callejón is: 3,50€
This particular tinto de verano recipe was created by an awesome team at tasca EL Callejón:
Esther Herrera and
Fancy one? Come to order one and ask for a few tapas as I did:
Jamón ibérico Corquettes
Both included in a menu designed by Braulio Simancas that is perfectly elaborated by ” Chano” , Sebastián Morales.
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