Tenerife, Spain

Tenerife, Spain

Real fun holiday in January 2004. Lovely weather, experience park (Loro Park, where some scenes of the Hitchhikers’ guide to the galaxy were filmed)), driving, mountains, whale watching, nice hotel, good food. 🙂

We rented a car and drove around the island. If you are planning a holiday in Tenerife, it is good to know: the seashore is not too nice, the sand is rather blackish, it is good to rent a car and see the whole island. It is a great experience to go for whale watching, but it can be even more enjoyable if you take a pill against sea sickness. 🙂

Full album can be seen here.

4 Responses to “Tenerife, Spain”

  1. Recently we holidayed in Canary Islands and tried out the self catering option, it worked out much better than a hotel, more comfortable but you do need a rental car to get around, we were miles from public transport. Otherwise no complaints, it’s a more cost effective option if you’re a family.

  2. My experience of visiting Tenerife was from the point of view of renting a self catering apartment which worked out really well since we had a large family and preferred the privacy. It was nice to be in the suburbs among the locals and not be among throngs of tourists. It’s the first time we tried this out, found the place online.

  3. We visited Tenerife last year and I must say, it made a difference having the freedom of a car, we hired one for two weeks and saw so much more, we saved quite a bit of time and convenience getting here and moving on. We really had a great time there, we are thinking of coming back.

  4. Szuza h r u ? miss u alot
    tonight i was talkin abt u and i checked all the mails that u sent .
    i checked also the photos that i missed .
    any way u have my e mail just keep in touch

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