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I have reviewed your document, but it does not show what the conditions of bail are. I see that you are not allowed to meet up with your wife.
Being on bail in itself will not prevent you from going on holiday or from leaving the country provided you are able to attend the police station or court when required to do so. That is the general position. However, it is the conditions of bail which may prevent you from leaving the country such as being required to stay at a particular address. If the condition is that you cannot meet up with your wife, then to do so would be a danger of breach of that condition.
I trust that this has been of some help. If not, let me know.
On the basis that the condition of bail is that person X cannot go to UK address Y, then going to the Canaries would not breach this bail condition. I cannot comment on any other conditions which may/may not be in place.
I am not saying anything about worldwide travel. The specific answer is: On the basis that the condition of bail is that person X cannot go to UK address Y, then going to the Canaries would not breach this bail condition.
I would not personally want to take the risk if you don't know what the conditions are.