Tenerife

There isn’t a lot to comment on about Tenerife. It is our annual family trip, which works really well. We stay in the Royal Tenerife Country Club, Golf Del Sur.

It is the perfect location for us:

  • 10 minute drive from the airport
  • A walk into the town
  • A walk away from a beach (short drive to our favourite beach)
  • A £20 taxi from Playas Las Americas (most important!)

On this occasion, we were accompanied  by my older sister, Steph and her partner, Darren, and their gorgeous two sons, Freddie, 7, Hugo, 4. As well as my auntie and her husband, Jane and David.

Steph, Bo and I decided to walk Mount Rioja for fitness purposes on Thursday morning. My fitbit announced we climbed 67 floors and walked 5700 steps in about 40minutes. After we returned back for breakfast, everyone else decided they wanted to walk it that evening… Obviously we couldn’t resist the challenge so walked it twice that day. And then again on Saturday morning. As you can see, the views are stunning and well worth the effort.IMG_3637

 

IMG_8870Hugo running around the local’s beach bar fully naked, with two lines of black sand positioned in the worst place imaginable. Loving the fact he was making people laugh, he carried on lapping up the attention. Completely unaware quite what they were laughing at!!IMG_9271

 

 

 

 

Landing in Stansted at 3pm on Sunday, realising I had to be back in Heathrow for 12pm the following day was a struggle. It was a quick trip home to pack and say goodbye for 9 weeks!