I didnt realise that there was so much interest in this blog. I released an article less than 2 days ago to prweb.com. Since then it has been read by over 26,000 people. I have been contacted by other local business and the local press wants to interview me.
You can read the original article at: https://console.prweb.com/prweb/preview/only/130581/prweb233019.php?SESSION_ID=130581_do4560127c60d20
And here is a copy of the article:
Blogger Turns to a Jobber in the Canary Islands
Femi Jaye a blogger in the Canary Islands now offers a personal information service for travelers so that they can check out their resort destination before they even get there. The service will initially cover Gran Canaria and Fuerteventura. With Tenerife and Lanzarote to be added next year.
(PRWeb) November 19, 2006 -- Many people wonder if the private apartment or hotel room that they have booked on line is as good as the show photos. Well now there is a way to find out. Femi Jaye, a UK expat is offering just that service from his blog: http://www.canary-islands-info.blogspot.com/
A user just has to visit http://www.canary-islands-info.blogspot.com/ and post a message explaining what they want to know. So if some one wants to know what bars and restaurants are wheelchair friendly for example. They just have to post a message explaining where they are going to be staying and Femi Jaye will find out for them and reply from his blog.
Femi Jaye, a finance and property broker in the Canary Islands regularly travels between the four main resort destinations of Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote and Tenerife. He said the idea to do this came after many of his UK clients complained either about the location of their hotel, the lack of facilities or the need for a car which they had no way of knowing before hand.
Said Femi Jaye, currently on business in Fuerteventura "As I travel between the Islands a lot it is easy for me to drive to a hotel and take a picture of a hotel room and post it on my blog". He went on to say that he will include finding suitable restaurants for people and checking to see if a destination is disabled friendly and other bits of information that it are not always easy to discern on the web.
Initially the service will focus on Gran Canaria and Fuerteventura. And early next year will include Lanzarote and Tenerife. Eventually it will also include the less traveled Islands of La Gomera, El Hierro and La Palma.So anybody going to Gran Canaria or Fuerteventura for Christmas who wants to know the best restaurant to book that special family Christmas dinner, can find out by asking Femi on his blog at http://www.canary-islands-info.blogspot.com/
Femi Jaye is a professional finance and property broker. His main business is finding and financing property in the Canary Islands for British and Irish property investors. If you would like to use his services you can goto: http://www.arcosa-financial.com/