A dramatic 94th minute penalty converted by captain Rosmen sees his side claim all three points which maintains the Rojillos 100% home record this season.
The Conejeros (locals) dominated the early part of the match though it wasn’t until the 11th minute until the first strike of goal. Rosmen controlled the ball just inside the area and Brad fired in a shot which was palmed away by the Tenerife goalkeeper for a corner.
The visitors looked threatening from set pieces and in the 15th minute a free kick from the left found the head of ex Rojillo Faruk but his effort sailed over the woodwork.
Lanzarote were winning the battle in midfield with novice Brad Cockerill and the experienced Marcos Cabrera taking charge. The latter was unlucky when his strike from the edge of the area whistled over the bar.
The Rojillos held the majority of the possession but lacked ideas in the final third as read more »
Maestro MM have organised two more spectacular concert nights in Lanzarote on Friday 24th & Saturday 25th of October.
Expect an evening of exciting, dramatic and powerfully emotional arias to feed the soul!
The programme includes famous Arias, Duets, Trios and Ensembles from the Operas and Operettas of Mozart, Rossini, Donizetti, Puccini, Bizet, Offenbach, Lehar and Verdi. Including scenes from La Bohéme, La Traviata, Rigoletto and Carmen.
Performed by Prima Voce (Artists of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London) including Anne Williams-King (Soprano), Heather Shipp (Mezzo Soprano), Geraint Dodd (Tenor), John Morgan (Baritone) and Nicholas Bosworth (Piano).
Friday 24th October 2014 20:00 Bodegas El Grifo
Saturday 25th October 2014 19:30 for 20:00 Under the Canopy in the marina at Puerto Calero
The concerts will be held in two very different locations, read more »
This is by far my favourite sushi place in the island. Sushi Bar Minato Lanzarote is in Puerto Calero, on the second floor directly opposite Las Carpas. Minato means port in Japanese and in their culture, it's a meeting point.
I must admit I wasn't a great fan of sushi to start with, it was more of an acquired taste for me.
I first got to know them during the Wine Run in 2013 where I learned about their "Chacho Maki", which is a maki with Canarian twist with cherne, crunchy batata and mojo. Another must, in my opinion, is the Algae salad, which has also tuna on it and a secret sauce that will have you licking your fingers.
For those not too keen on raw fish, there is always the read more »
It’s been a disastrous breeding season for the Eleanora’s Falcons in Alegranza, not one chick survived according to the biologists who have been monitoring the colony since 2006.
Photos: Courtesy of Lanzarote Active Club
Last Friday we went to a talk arranged by the Lanzarote Active Club and given by Dr Laura Gangoso at the Sands Beach Resort Hotel in Costa Teguise. We learned that of approximately 400 Eleanora’s Falcon chicks hatched on Alegranza this year, there were no survivors due to the phenology mismatch caused by a change in climate.
It’s understood that there are around 20,000 Eleanora’s Falcons in the world, of these approximately 18,000 migrate to the Mediterranean to breed. There are 285 breeding pairs of Eleanora’s Falcon in the Canary Islands, 135 of these migrate to Alegranza, 110 to Montaña Clara and 40 to the Roque del Este.
The biologists on Alegranza work with around 90 nests each year, collecting data by monitoring and tagging the birds. Each bird is given 2 tags, one metal and one plastic to identify them and a tiny blood sample is taken for analysis. There are 3 different colour morphs amongst the Eleanora’s Falcons, of the current population 70% are light, 29% medium and 1% dark. Some falcons breed in solidarity, other’s in a colony, there are benefits to both and a connection between the colour morph and nesting preference is being investigated, in Alegranza the nests are within 300m of each other.
With thanks to the advance of modern technology, we are starting to understand more about the migration route and breeding season of these birds. Originally it was thought that read more »
Gulliver’s has been on my list of places to visit for a long time, we finally made it over to Tinajo for tapas.
Gulliver Cerveceria is owned by José and Maribel, a lovely couple who give a warm welcome to returning friends as well as new visitors. Situated on the main road in Tinajo, they are easy to find with plenty of parking in the street. Their terrace is a popular place to sit so if there’s a few of you visiting, best to call and reserve a spot, there’s plenty of room inside and a couple of wooden picnic tables outside.
Maribel brought out a tapa of a fresh tortilla for us to taste whilst deciding on the menu, I had to try the chorizo cooked in honey rum and Miguel loves black pudding, so selected the morcilla, plus a racion of papas bravas and papas Gulliver. Maribel also brought a taster of marinated pork and some slices of fresh goats cheese to the table whilst our order was being prepared.
The morcilla (black pudding) was delicious, served read more »
There will be three English movies, including one brand, shown in Lanzarote on Monday the 13th and Thursday the 16th of October:
At Multicines Atlántida in Arrecife:
At 19:45 The Good Lie. Having been orphaned by the civil war in Sudan, 'The Lost Boys' are given the chance to resettle in America arrive in Kansas, where their encounter with an employment agency counsellor called Carrie (played by Reese Witherspoon) forever changes all of their lives.
At 20:05 This Is Where I Leave You. When their father passes away, four grown siblings are forced to return to their childhood home and live under the same roof together for a week, along with their over-sharing mother and an assortment of spouses, exes and might-have-beens. This dramatic comedy is based on Jonathan Tropper's novel and starring Jason Bateman and Jane Fonda.
At Multicines Deiland in Playa Honda: read more »
An established estate agent in Puerto del Carmen is looking for well presented sales consultants to join their expanding sales team.
Basic pay will be provided during the training period. No previous sales experience is required. To be considered for this position you must:
· Speak fluent English. A basic knowledge of the Spanish language is advantageous.
· Be a car owner and have full driving licence
· Be able to work flexible hours and weekends read more »
The production of olive oil started in Lanzarote at the end of last month. Olives were already grown in the island, but until recently, the island farmers had to take their harvest to the neighbouring island of Fuerteventura for grinding and pressing.
The Cabildo de Lanzarote has invested almost 83,000€ in purchasing and installing an oil press to avoid this. The machinery is now located in the “Granja Agrícola Experimental” (the island’s Experimental Agricultural Farm) in Tahiche.
This has been the final step to close the full cycle of the “El Olivar Ecológico” (The Ecological Olive Grove), a project that the island’s government started two years ago to support and encourage the growing of olives in the island.
The objective of this project is to support the diversification of local crops and to be able to produce Virgin Olive Oil 100% in Lanzarote, with views to apply for a Lanzarote D.O. (“Denominación de Origen”, Origin Denomination) quality seal.
The Ecological Olive Grove project involves about read more »