Freiwillige Ausreise

Freiwillige Ausreise is a term that is used to refer to a method of sending asylum seekers back to their home countries.

For those who have had their asylum applications turned down, this is the chance to leave the country “voluntarily”, rather than go through the appeals process and possibly be deported.

To hear a simple explanation and a short discussion in German, listen to the podcast:

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Andrea Hitchcock – Outdoor Lanzarote

In our last Monday Podcast from Lanzarote we talk to Andrea Hitchcock, a British ex-pat who has started a new blog specifically about outdoor activities on the island.

In her first posts she has been writing about walks and hikes that she has tried out and documented, and whilst not many tourists probably take hike boots with them on holiday at the moment, she is opening up a new side of Lanzarote that may well catch on with walkers in the future.

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Outdoor Lanzarote

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Nick Ball on Lanzarote

This week the Monday Podcast continues its series from Lanzarote. During our recent visit we met up with Nick Ball, the author of the “Lanzarote Guidebook” – a free guide to the island that can be downloaded online and is also distributed by car-hire companies.

He talked to us about how he started the Guidebook, its continuing production and about the future plans that he has for it.

Nick Ball in Puerto del Carmen (Lanzarote)

Nick Ball in Puerto del Carmen (Lanzarote)

Links
Lanzarote Guidebook

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