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Brexit & Banking – Are You Ready?

An Article by Bridget Hamilton Currency Index UK Ltd Well it’s coming!! I don’t mean Christmas or even the New Year, though just like the tides that surround our beautiful island these are inevitable. What I am talking about is this word we have heard like a broken record running …

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THE INFAMOUS VILLA WINTER

THE INFAMOUS VILLA WINTER IN FUERTEVENTURA – EXPOSED PART 1 By Luisa M Follano How much do you really know about this infamous house and are the conspiracy theories actually true? Villa Winter is a villa situated near the village Cofete, on the peninsula Jandía in the southwestern part of the …

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WELCOME TO FUERTEVENTURA

Welcome to the beautiful unspoilt and sun drenched island of Fuerteventura – The perfect all year round holiday destination. Location: Fuerteventura lies at 28°20′N14°1′W, in the Atlantic Ocean and is the oldest and second largest Island of the archipelago known as The Canary islands. It lies just 100km off the …

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FUERTEVENTURA TURTLES

FUERTE TURTLES  An Article by Hannah Mackay with The Voice As our theme in the magazine is Super Heroes this month, we had to include some of the most fascinating creatures that live on our doorstep. Okay so they aren´t the Teenage Mutant Ninja variety, but they are pretty super …

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FUERTEVENTURAS SUPER WOMAN

THE SUPER WOMAN OF FUERTEVENTURA An Article By Bernie Power with The Voice Considering the hardships that have been experienced by the people of the island there are many names that can be ascribed the title “Super heroes”.   From the farmers who worked tirelessly to contain what little water was …

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THE BEARDED FIREWORM

THE BEARDED FIREWORM (Hermodice carunculata) An article with Hannah Mackay with The Voice   Hermodice carunculata is commonly known as The Bearded Fireworm and is a great looking little creature. It is actually a type of Bristleworm from the fireworm family Amphinomidae. It is a very slow creature and generally …

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INTO THE ABYSS – COASTAL AREAS

An article by Hannah Mackay with The Voice Photo by Simon Waldram with The Voice The Canary islands are situated approximately 70 nautical miles west of the Sahara and belong to submarine volcanoes of the Canarian  Archipelagos.  These Archipelagos along with the Archipelagos of the Azores, form the bio-geographic unit called the …

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THIRSTY FUERTE – THE DROUGHTS

THIRSTY FUERTE An article by Bernie Power with The Voice Fuerteventura´s proximity to the African coast has meant that it has been blasted by hot winds and deprived of rainfall for many years. Around 2000 years ago, when the first settlers landed, they chose to stay in the fertile areas …

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ISLANDS OF FIRE

ISLANDS OF FIRE An article by Bernie Power with The Voice Fuerteventura is an island of elements, and the one responsible for its conception is fire. We live on a group of islands formed by volcanoes, and the evidence of that is still very clear. The peaceful mountains you see …

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AJUY – MARINE MAYHEM

 MARINE MAYHEM By Bernie Power with The Voice Photo by Still Light Photography  The waters around the Island have a colourful and violent past, everything from passing Galleon Trains that bought wealth from the Americas to clandestine Nazi Navy operations. Whilst you enjoy a relaxing dip, think back, as only …

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