From The Editors Desk
29th July 2016
Hello and welcome to this week’s Fuertenews
What a difference a week makes!
The island is packed, families crowd on to the small town beaches and the car parks are over flowing. Children and running around playing “Pokemon Go” - whatever that is! If you’re not sure yourself, our resident Grumpy Old Man has had his say on the subject.
A great family day out (to get them to leave the Pokemon alone) would be to visit Sotavento, the 31st windsurfing and kiteboarding world cup is on until 6th August. This is a great and colorful day out for everyone to enjoy; live music, local cuisine specialities in the marquee and lots of activities for children too. An amazing day away from the tourist areas, with a chance to see some spectacular events. Whatever you do, have a great week and keep safe in the Sun.
Penny x x
The German tour operator Rewe-Der Touristik, which sells tourism products through its offices in Germany, confirmed that will increase traffic to Fuerteventura for next winter by planning extra charter flights every week, starting from Duesseldorf.Read More
The Cuban People Zone group hung last night a poster stating that full capacity had been reached for the concert of the Cuban team in the Canary IslandsRead More
The subsidy amounts to a sum of 179,872 euros, which will fund the implementation of charging stations for electric vehicles in Corralejo, Puerto del Rosario, Caleta de Fuste, Great Tarajal, Costa Calma and Morro Jable.Read More
Flights to Fuerteventura next winter will fly from the Swedish cities of Arlanda, Gothenburg and Malmo through Thomas Cook Scandinavia group-VING, which will begin operating on October 24 with model airplanes Airbus A321 with 212 passengers capacity.Read More
Casilla de Costa Luxury Development.Luxury 2 bedroom ground floor, modern apartment still in the construction phase and available to purchase off plan!
I am old, there’s no getting away from that. Old and grumpy, my children tell me that and now even my grandchildren tell me that.
I don’t always understand new technology and sometimes can’t see the point of it!
and Pokemon GO is definitely no exception!
People often ask how much does the weather vary here on the island. What’s the best month to come and visit?
This weeks jokes were sent in by one of our younger readers. 14 year old Peter from Bournmouth. He loves all things Pokemon and wanted to share some of his favourite jokes.
Ok, a bit of a change this week as Pokemon seem to have taken over the site (and the world)
This ones for you Peter to say thanks for sending in those jokes
I hope that you and your counter parts can "Find them all!"