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SUPERMOONS

Supermoons We have some of the clearest skies here in Fuerteventura, and the lack of light pollution and smog means that when it comes to looking upwards, we have one of the best views on earth. Astrologers and photographers were out in force on the 22nd and 23rd of June, as we were treated to a supermoon, which was quite …

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EATING OUT IN FUERTEVENTURA

Here in Fuerteventura, eating is as much a social activity as a necessity, but what is the correct time to actually sit down for an evening meal? The simple answer is whenever you like. Unlike back home where your day is strictly geared around getting up at 6am, breakfast at 7am on the dot, then out the door and off …

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BIRD WATCHING IN FUERTEVENTURA

WELCOME TO THE VOICE FUERTEVENTURA BIRDWATCHING SECTION. We have lots of interesting birds, some of which are endemic to Fuerteventura and not found anywhere else in the World. We also have lots of resident specialists that keep us up to date with what, where and when you are likely to see out feathered friends. Below is a detailled map which …

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The Power Of Fuerteventura – Ley Lines

When you ask the residents why they moved to Fuerteventura, very few can actually give you a distinct answer and many will say ‘It just felt right’. To an outsider, this would probably seem a little strange, but for those of us that do live here, we seem to just accept this phenomenon as completely normal, as deep down many …

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Understanding different types of Yoga

By Jamie Issac Many types of yoga are offered here in Fuerteventura, but which one is right for you? Hatha: This is the most widely followed style in the west and is suitable for all ages and levels and a good choice for beginners. It improves flexibility and combats stress and spends longer in each pose and focuses on breath, …

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Going Goaty

Eating Goat Meat It is difficult to pass a traditional restaurant or tapas bar in Fuerteventura, without seeing the words cabrito, baifo or cabra on the menu. Roughly 65% of the world’s population have already discovered this delicious meat and eat it on a regular basis, yet the UK and Irish markets are slower in adopting goat meat as a …

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Fuerteventura Weather – What is a Calima?

Fuerteventura boats a temperate climate all year long. However, at certain times of year we find ourselves in the middle of a natural phenomenon where the clear blue skies disappear and are laden with what looks like a mass of dusty clouds, casting an almost ethereal glow across the sky. This is known as a ‘Calima’, but what actually is …

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