It's 1pm on 16th October, 2009. According to our thermometer on the balcony, it is currently 25 degrees (in the shade). The skies are blue, there is a gentle sea breeze wafting the scent of the garden jasmine through the air of AP6, the area is calm. What more could we ask for? Well a few people around to enjoy it for a start!
We love it like this to be honest. It does look like we're going to be fortunate/unfortunate (depending on which way you look at it), to have almost the entire Med-Saidia resort to ourselves again this winter. What a shame for everyone else who is not able to share that experience. I'm definitely going to enjoy my long beach walks and bike rides while there are fewer people around. If you fancy a winter sun break and a look at Saidia when it is not heaving with people, now's the time to visit. http://www.saidiaholidayrentals.com/traveltos.html
I was up early this morning as the sun woke me streaming into the room. So I decided to get on out and take some up-to-date pictures around the site for people to see for themselves what the place looks like in mid-October. As you can see, it's fabulous. Winter sunshine and warmth. A stunning looking golf course with only the gardeners playing with the equipment on it. Shameful.
All the AP plots looking better than they have in a long time. The pool on AP4 could do with some work, and hopefully when we eventually get a Management Company on each site, they will see fit to have the pools useable for weather like this, as it would be a perfect pool day. http://www.saidiaholidayrentals.com/guestinfo.html
The Marina is looking quite full. Some lovely looking boats are moored, and some even nicer ones are on shore waiting to be sold! All that's missing from this picture is people ... where is everybody?? If anyone has had problems with obtaining information concerning berths, pre-purchased or post purchase, I have a new contact in the Marina office who can assist with information for you. Please feel free to contact me.
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