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Jobs in Lanzarote, Language Teachers

The "Cámara de Comercio de Lanzarote", Lanzarote's Chamber of Commerce, is setting up a new educational initiative called "ICIL", the "Instituto Cameral de Idiomas de Lanzarote", the Chamber's Language Institute. And to get started they are recruiting a panel of teachers of different languages, initially English, French and German.


The requirements are:  read more »

Mountain Biking in Lanzarote

Lanzarote’s volcanic landscape provides a challenging terrain for mountain bikers. This video just released features adventure biker David Cachon exploring the municipality of Teguise on two wheels.

The island has many footpaths and dirt tracks for mountain bikers to explore, there’s even a special route signposted around the island taking in 205 km, which is a  read more »

St George's Day in Lanzarote 2014

St. George’s day is celebrated in England today, on the 23rd of April. Not so here in Lanzarote, the English community will be celebrating the event on Saturday 26th of April.

St Georges Day Lanzarote 2014

Actually the event wasn’t going to happen this year, it’s only come to fruition following a campaign by The Skatoons to keep the annual tradition going. The St. George’s Day Party will be held once again in the Centro Comercial Montaña Tropical which is situated on Calle Toscón in the old town of Puerto del Carmen, overlooking the harbour. It’s not just an event for the English, all nationalities are very welcome, this is a free live music event from  read more »

Lanzarote Car Hire - No Credit Card And No Deposit

We’re often asked about the car hire service we offer, and two of the most common questions are: “Can I hire if I don’t have a credit card?” and “Do you take a large deposit off my debit card?”

Jeep Wrangler for hire  Polo GTi for hire

The answer to the first is yes – a debit card is perfectly acceptable  read more »

English Cinema in Lanzarote 21st & 24th April 2014

The English movies are back to normal this coming week in Lanzarote being shown twice on Monday the 21st and Thursday the 24th of April.

VO 21 y 24 ABRIL

At Multicines Deiland in Playa Honda:

At the later time of 22:300, Captain America: The Winter Soldier in 3D continues to be shown. Captain America's alter ego Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) struggles to embrace his role in the modern world and battles a new threat from old history: the Soviet agent known as the Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan).

At Multicines Atlántida in Arrecife :

At  the same time of 19:30, Noah with Russell Crowe playing the part of the legendary biblical title character who God has appointed to rescue the human race and the animal kingdom from the floods of all floods. Jennifer Connelly is Naameh, Noah's wife and Anthony Hopkins, Methuselah.

Newly introduced at  read more »

Lanzarote Videos - Plane Spotting and Playa Chica

Here are some more videos from our friend Jalle.


In the first he takes us plane spotting, then he takes us aboard an aircraft for a south west departure with stunning views of Los Pocillos and Puerto del Carmen.  read more »

Jellyfish Warning 2014

It’s official, the dreaded jellyfish are back for the first time this year. We’ve received a Jellyfish Campaign notice from the Consorcio de Seguridad y Emergencias de Lanzarote with some general advice and preventive recommendations about how to avoid and deal with jellyfish stings.

Jellyfish Campaign

The notice was issued on the 16th April, just in time for the Easter bank holiday weekend, when jellyfish warnings were being posted on the affected beaches of Lanzarote.

Beach goers are asked to be vigilant and take notice of flags or warning notices placed by the beach lifeguards to advise users that “medusas” have been found to be present in the water that day.

The following advice has been issued by Dirección General de Sostenibilidad de la Costa y del Mar del Ministerio de Medio Ambiente y Medio Rural y Marino (MAMR) of what to do if stung by a jellyfish.

Treatment of jellyfish stings

* Do not scratch or rub the affected area

* Wash the area with sea water, never with sweet water

* Remove any debris from the jellyfish with tweezers

* Apply cold water for 15 minutes to reduce the pain, if using ice avoid direct contact with the skin, place the cubes in a plastic bag first

* Do not apply ammonia, vinegar or urine  read more »

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