Hello to the couple waving Tuesday night look as if you are having fun
What a different sight to yesterday. Yes, Gert, they were packed like sardines. I am pleased to see that all the garbage has been picked up. Sharron - South Africa
Oh my look at all of the garbage the people left. I hope someone comes along pretty soon to sweep it all up?
Holy cow, they are packed in like 'sardines'. Not my idea of fun.
From http://therealtenerife.com/about-tenerife/fiestas-on-tenerife/Puerto de la Cruz is the place to be as the Dia de la Embarcación (usually the Tuesday closest to 16 July) forms part of the town’s fiestas patronales which last throughout most of July. There’s partying the whole day before the ‘Virgen’ goes on her little trip late afternoon/early evening.
Not sure what is going on today but found this article which, when translated to English, gives a slightly hilarious and totally confusing story. Wonder what an 'accidental mayor' is?http://www.laopinion.es/tenerife/2017/07/11/virgen-carmen-une-norte/792148.html
Hallo. I wonder if it is possible to clean the camera? Or perhaps the signal is not strong enough. I think it is a blurred. Thank you.
HI i think it,s for the Virgen Del Carmen festival July 16th .
Does anyone know what the flags and bunting is for?
Thanks roger, I've never eaten goat (I don't think), but some of the "lamb chops" are a bit small in Tenerife so I guess they could be goat! As long as it's edible I'll eat it
Hi Ambermai..yes they do eat goat and the baby kid..if you order it i would advise you to ask them to remove the head.
Do they eat goats in Tenerife?
Tradition, superstition or whatever, it still doesn't make me feel any better about dunking frightened goats in the sea. And imagine the water and the beach after they have finished. Wouldn't catch me sunbathing or swimming there after that .