Weather 16th October 2018 – Los Cristianos/Las Americas

This morning is again warm, 24°C humid and very cloudy.  Looks as if autumn has finally arrived.

It was 2.30pm before the sun decided to show its face yesterday and although there were lots of grey cloud up here temperatures were still 31°C in the shade.

 

 

 

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Chamorga-Roque Bermejo-Chamorga

The walk from Chamorga-Roque to Bermejo-Chamorga is expected to take around 5 hours and considered Medium / High difficulty. It will take place on 20th October and registration and more information can be obtained from the School of Security and Coexistence, Adeje. Tlf. 922775109 ext: 63261

The path that begins in the hamlet of Chamorga descends through Las Casas de Tafada, from which there are spectacular views of Los Roques de Anaga. The descent continues past the Anaga Lighthouse, from which point the track that leads to Roque Bermejo.

Roque Bermejo: Caserío has a dozen houses, two beaches and a jetty. The port of Roque Bermejo was built to supply fuel to the Anaga Lighthouse. Two people live in the hamlet throughout the year, a population that grows during the summer when it is common to find, but only at weekends, a kiosk in which you can buy soft drinks, beer and water.

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National Police intensify the fight against bullying

The National Police will intensify the fight against bullying during the new school year. The preventive action will be to involve everyone in the fight against violence in the classrooms through continuous talks and meetings with the whole educational community.

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Based on the data obtained by specialised agents who develop prevention and safety work in schools throughout Spain, and the study of information provided to the Police through social networks and the email account seguridadescolar@policia.es a high percentage of school children aged between 11 and 16 years have at some time felt to be the victim of bullying.

In addition, the rise of new technologies and mass access to the internet from smartphones or tablets means that harassment is uploaded and dissemination is quickly virilized against the victim.

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