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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.
If you are looking for a last minute deal to Tenerife, we have managed to find a few bargains to rescue you from the cold weather! For other offers, click on these links - holidays, flights, hotels and car hire.
Villa Bargains! - A Home From Home
Friends of of ours recently booked a fantastic villa in Tenerife Here! It may be a bit pricey but if there is a lot of people staying (this one sleeps up to ten), then the price isn't so bad. It's an excellent way to ensure that you have some luxury on holiday and some privacy. If that one is out of your price range there are plenty more on offer Here!
Tenerife - The Best Climate On Earth!
Tenerife has arguably the best climate on earth. There is apparently nowhere else on earth that has such a small difference between winter & summer temperatures.Unlike other warm climates there is no rainy season and because the temperatures rarely reach uncomfortable levels there is little need for air conditioning or any sort of heating in the winter. If you want sunshine you've come to the right place, Tenerife has on average 320 days or 2500 sunshine hours a year.Temperatures on Tenerife are more affected by altitude than the weather. The higher you go on Tenerife the cooler the weather. For instance it is not unusual for Teide to have snow on its slopes for many months of the year, so it is possible to be snowballing in the morning then basking on a beach in the afternoon. What an ideal get away from the cold British winter..
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.
Where is the toilet? - Donde esta el bano/asea/servicio?
Do you speak English? - Habla (usted) ingles?
Do you have a room? - Tiene una habitacion?
What is there to eat? - Que hay para comer?
Until next time,
All the best,
Simon and Claire