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Active Adventures, Jobs in Lanzarote

Active Adventures have a full time job available in their Costa Teguise office. The role is:

Active Adventures * Working 5 days a week: 10:30 to 19:30 Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday, and 09:30 to 18:30 on Saturday.

* Selling adventure sports holidays via email and phone, responding to web/phone enquiries (no cold calling).

* There is a basic wage of 100 Euros per week, plus commission on each sale, with expected earnings (based on the average of current staff for the last three months) to be around 1,600 per month, although it will take them a minimum of 3 months to work up to full target.

* Free scuba diving, windsurfing and surfing are also perks.  read more »

Lanzarote Football, Lanzarote 0 Puertollano 1

U.D. Lanzarote’s recent good form has turned sour following this home loss and only being able to gather one point in their last four games.

Vilches, unlucky to conceed a penalty Neither side threatened in the opening stages with the only danger coming from dead ball situations. The side from Castilla-La-Mancha region of Spain were playing the better football and were passing the ball around with comfort. Lanzarote on the other hand seemed desperate for a goal and impatiently kept on playing the long ball looking to release striker Jonathon Torres. The winning goal came in the 27th minute. A clearance by the Brazilian defender Andrés Gasparini was charged down by striker Acorán, the ball fell between the striker and the Lanzarote goalkeeper Vilches, the Lanzarote keeper hesitated then tackled the striker and as the ball broke loose both players raced and challenged again but Vilches just managed to get a toe on the ball but the Puertollano striker went down. Somewhat dubiously the Ref blew for a foul and a penalty kick.  read more »

Exhibition: Mi Lanzarote, Regina Lott

Mi Lanzarote Regina Lott Artist Regina Lott has an exhibition of paintings and drawings currently on show 'Mi Lanzarote' in the Sala El Aljibe, Haria.

If you are visiting the island and are unfamiliar with the place, this is great exhibition to see as it's almost like a trip round the landscapes and countryside of Lanzarote. The imagery clearly depicts various scenes from the lava fields and volcanoes, in striking colour and bold compositions. Spiky cactus, palm trees and the traditional Lanzarote houses are shown, set in amazing landscape. The larger pieces on show include many elements in one composition, patterns of fields, rows of plants, crops and flowers in bloom.  read more »

Lanzarote Classifieds

This is just a reminder that we have a classifieds section on Lanzarote Information which you can view here: Lanzarote Classifieds

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Rock in Rio, Madrid, June 2010

Rock in Rio Madrid There are a series of concerts planned for the Rock in Rio event in Madrid this June. It’s an easy commute from Lanzarote and a great reason to visit Madrid if you haven’t been yet. Here’s a guide to who’s performing on what day:

4th June 2010

Pereza, John Mayer, Bon Jovi & Paul Van Dyk

5th June 2010

Calle 13, Rihanna, Shakira & David Guetta

6th June 2010

Amy McDonald, McFly & Miley Circus  read more »

Supermercado ¡Chao!

Supermercado Chao There is a great Chinese supermarket situated in the centre of Arrecife called ¡Chao!. The Supermercado ¡Chao! is situated on Calle Paraguay and between the two streets C/ Triana and C/ Portugal so easy to find. We had been looking for a warehouse but this is a corner shop / supermarket also stocking some every day Spanish products too.

The premises were easy to find and there was no problem to park in the surrounding streets, the shelves were fully stocked and clearly priced. We thought that the products were good value, items that you would normally pay a premium for in the standard Lanzarote supermarkets were at least half the price. For example:  read more »

Jameos del Agua, Revisited

Jameos del Agua Sign The Jameos del Agua was the first site to be created by César Manrique as a cultural centre in Lanzarote which opened back in 1966 and is part of the volcanic tunnel formed with the eruption of the Volcán de la Corona. The Túnel de la Atlántida stretches from la Corona to the sea a distance of 6 km in length and one of the longest tunnels of its kind in the world. Its name “Jameo” refers to the sections where the roof of the tunnel has collapsed leaving an opening in the ground, there are three such openings at the Jameos del Agua they are Jameo Chico, Jameo Grande and Jameo Redondo.

The Jameos del Agua is part of the Monumento Natural del Malpaís de la Corona which protects the site which is also listed as one of scientific interest, only last year a new species was discovered living in the tunnel that was named after César Manrique.

Jameos del Agua, orange sail Jameos del Agua, café tables

From the entrance you descend into the Jameo Chico by a spiral staircase that allow you glimpses down into the café bar area with vibrant orange sails, bright green plants a contrast against the dark volcanic rock.

Jameos del Agua, cave bar Jameos del Agu, green leaf  read more »

Clubbin' Lanzarote, 25th - 28th March 2010

Here’s the Lanzarote Information guide to what’s happening in the clubs around the island this weekend.



MK Arrecife

Venue: MK Lanzarote, Calle José Antonio, Arrecife

Date: Friday 26th March 2010

Time: 23:30 – 05:00

Entry: Chicas (girls) €5 Chicos (boys) €10 (includes free bar)

Description: Javi Sanchez & Dj Pedro Diaz invite you to come and join them at MK Lanzarote after the Fito & Fitipaldis concert for the best in house music. The entry price includes a free bar for the whole night.

K-CHE  read more »

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