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Tenerife - life in the Canary Islands 2014.
A huge amount has changed in recent years and yet it hasn't. - the economic crisis is still fairly serve in Tenerife with yout unemployment stubbornly high. An expansion for the north of the airport is still planned.
Loropark is still the biggest employer on the island and the central point of interest for many tourists. They have recently added a giant ant eater to their collection.
The expat community is still large, centred around Los Cristianos for the English, and Puerto del Cruz for the German ex pats. In recent years, large amounts for Russians have come to the island, attracted by the warm climate.
In the south of Tenerife, a new language school opened, Babel Language Academy. So for anyone wanting to improve their Spanish while on holiday. Please look at their Intensive Spanish classes / courses from BLA. They offer language learning for people of all levels and have a great teaching team. BLA Tenerife.
Here are the detais: Plaza Galicia, Edf. Almichara, Local 5, El Médano 38612, Santa Cruz de Tenerife.Telephone: 922 17 94 31
This is article by the Telegraph. It goes through in detail and describes quite a few parts of the island. From the touristic south, the lush and traditional north of the island. Tenerife Travel guide.
Click here to go to Puerto Properties.com, (before Sunway Tenerife) recently opened a new website about Real estate in Tenerife. Offering a wide selection of new properties in the Puerto de la Cruz area.