… had a mad hectic week, preparing for our forthcoming skiing and snowboarding trip to France. Had a most welcome email this week from Sue and Dave Millward who run a charity called “Children of Watamu” in Keyna, and they told me that they are finally moving to Keyna to work full time with these poor, underprivelaged children. Clear Blue Skies Group SL adopted the children as one of our charities last year, and this year have committed to raising 10,000 euros to provide a minibus to collect children in outlying areas and bring them to the school Sue and Dave have built.
Football news from Clear Blue Tenerife Sur is good, the A team won 1-0 versus San Martin and the B team beat the mighty Tango 5-2.
Business continues to be lively in the property market, looks like being our best January ever, both in sales and deals done. British buyers still lack confidence but we hope that with the pound pushing through 1.15, and the recession being declared officially over in the UK, that the Brits will soon be back buying in the the Tenerife property market. I’m in the UK now, and although things are better than two weeks ago, it is still hovering around zero at night, and is still cold during the day.
Will keep you all posted even when I’m in Maribel.
Kind Regards Alan