Living in Tenerife

The British expats that already live in Tenerife all have their own tale to tell. Some have retired to enjoy a relaxing time in the sun, other arrive with young kids ready to start a new life. Many of the challenges they face are the same. The rigmarole of dealing with the city councils, getting registered at a clinic, opening a bank account and so on.

Other tasks or decisions are more personal. Should you send your kids to a Spanish state school? How to find a job? Why on earth is it so difficult to find an affordable long-term rent?

CENTRO COMERCIAL MERIDIANO

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Living in Tenerife

Thinking About Living in Tenerife? I know from gaily waving family and friends off through the Departures desk at Tenerife Sur that the thought of going home to the daily grind in the UK or any other cooler climate can be a bit of a bummer. After two weeks of fun in...

Getting a Taste for Tenerife Wine

  Meet Cho Juan (Sho Wahn) In Tenerife, a 'cho' is a wise old man, a village elder. Sadly, as in many things, the days of respecting the elderly for the experience they have to share and wisdom they have gathered over the years, have gone. Where once upon a time, the...

Tenerife Bus Service TITSA

Tenerife Bus Service TITSA   Overall, the TITSA Tenerife bus service is pretty good. It offers a cheap and cheerful way to get round the island, especially for those tourists who want to see the 'real Tenerife' as opposed to 'tour bus Tenerife'. The buses are...