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The southern Tenerife is dramatic and dry, with scarce vegetation, covered in dried dust, very Sparta-like. But it guarantees sunny weather. The north of the island is completely different - with green, abundant vegetation it's definitely more preferred by local inhabitants. There are fewer tourists in the northern Tenerife but the climate there is more windy and rainy. https://www.marsillpost.comby marsillpost
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Joanna is a wife, mother and an avid hiker at day, and a blogger at night. Whenever she wants to feel happy, soothed, inspired or reminded of her true nature, she heads into the mountains. She loves Poland and eating chocolate after 8 PM.