Alvor Filling Up With Funsters...

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  1. JJ

    JJ Funster

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    Just had a great couple of hours with Funsters Trish and Terry.

    Funsters Happy Campers said "Hello" as they walked by into town for a meal.

    Lots of activity around the electricity boxes today...

    ...word is it will on tomorrow.


    JJ :cool:
     
  2. Welsh girl

    Welsh girl Funster Life Member

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    Yea... We're on the spot and ready. .. lovely to have your company today, phew you can talk for England he he.
     
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  3. JJ

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    Electricity will soon be here for the masses...

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    Of course some of us don't need "bought" electricity.





    Some folk say motorhomes parked together look awful and spoil the "ambience".

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    Look at these "things" spoiling the view!



    JJ :cool:
     
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  4. matamoros

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    I could not agree more, apartment blocks spoil places like Alvor and many other holiday places.(with the exception of Benidorm which looks magnificent from a distance)

    But is it not elitist to condemn something that makes it possible for lots of people to visit these places that otherwise may not be able to afford to.

    A paradox perhaps.......just a thought :)
     
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  5. Happycampers1

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    Sadly electricity may be a few weeks! Rain has made ground a bit muddy so off the Monchique for a few weeks.
     
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  6. Welsh girl

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    Was very muddy when we left yesterday.
     
  7. laurieash

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    Also last feb when we looked to stay there, big puddles, full of mud.
    not a good place when wet, vey flat no drainage.
     

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