Kids live the dream, from riches to crocs

Comm 1TENERIFE Isla Sur Lion’s Club is certainly living up to its goals and aspirations to serve, assist and bring joy and hope to needy people in every community around the world.

Barely two weeks have passed since a seven-day, fun-packed “dream holiday” was organised for under-privileged children from the UK and Poland.

The trip began at Tenerife North for 35 under-privileged children,  their carers and Prakash Udhwani, the Lions Holiday Chairman, who said: “We were warmly received on arrival at the Malaga airport by the various Lion’s clubs in Malaga, Mijas, Torremolinos, Nerja and Marbella.

“The clubs displayed great hospitality and warmth, and made sure there were numerous, attractive excursions, with everything perfectly planned.”

And the kids’ activities really were tremendous: a visit to Mijas, where the horse-riding was a delight in itself, and a visit to the miniature museum, concluded their first day.

The second day comprised a stroll and sightseeing, which gave the youngsters (and carers) a sneak-peek into the lavish lifestyle of the rich and famous, in Marbella and Puerto Banus.

The expensive cars and private yachts made it a once-in-a-lifetime encounter for the visitors.

They also went to the biggest Crocodile Park, where the numbers and size of the crocs sent a chill down everyone´s spine.

In addition, the cable-car ride was a fantastic experience, floating on top of the skyscrapers and viewing the whole city from a great height was something beyond words.

Tivoli World, with all its own attractions and rides, was also a great success – the kids could have stayed all day!

In a nut-shell, this was indeed a ‘Dream Holiday’ in the truest sense, and a genuine feeling agreed by hosts and guests alike.

All the events and activities from this special holiday, and the aspirations of Tenerife Isla Sur Lion’s Club, are available in our Facebook Page at-

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