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Since moving to Tenerife we have found that family and friends like to know what is happening in Tenerife. We therefore thought other visitors to Tenerife may also be interested in this information, so we put together this newsletter.
How to get Cash Back when buying your holiday online
We've found a really useful web site while surfing the internet for Tenerife bargains - called Greasy Palm. The site gives you up to 25% cash back on 800+ online stores which include travel retailers such as Thomson, Hertz and Excel Airways. Its free to join and they even give you £2.50 for joining!
Why not save even more money on your holiday? - click here! for more info.
Tenerife's Best Kept Secret - Masca
Most holidaymakers when visiting Tenerife only see the sparse dry south of the island. Most don't realize that there is a lush green part of the island that is visually stunning. The best example of this is a place called Masca. Up until a few years ago it was almost impossible to get to, but with new road connections it is now accessible. In fact the bus journey through the winding mountain roads to Masca is almost as exciting and stunning as the place itself. Once there you are transported to a place that is reminiscent of Machu Picchu in Peru. It truly is one of the most breathtaking places we have ever been to, and somewhere you must try and visit the next time you visit. Our Masca page has a few photos that we took last time we were there.
Learn Spanish from the man who teaches film stars & royalty!
If you are looking to learn spanish quickly and easily we can highly recommend this Spanish course. It was what we first used to get to grips with the language and has been used by film stars, royalty and politicians. We have also put together a few Spanish phrases for you in this newsletter that you might find useful when you next visit. We will send you some more in our next newsletter.
Phrases to use when using public transport:-
Where does this train go to? - Adonde va este tren? - ahdohndeh bah ehsteh trehn?
Does this train stop at..? - Este tren para en..? - ehsteh trehn pahrah ehn..?
Is this seat taken? - Esta ocupado este asiento? - ehstah ohkoopahdoh ehsteh ahsyehntoh?
Where are we now? - Donde estamos? - dohndeh ehstahmos
Until next time,
All the best,
Simon and Claire