I know, I know - I live in the sunshine of North Africa, and here I am getting excited about the sunshine that awaits us in South Africa. Can't help it, there is a world of difference between the two, and I'm looking forward to our holiday in Cape Town next week. We will return to Saidia on the 10th December, but we will have some e-mail access while we are away, so if it is urgent, we will do our utmost to assist. Our colleagues will be looking after things while we are away, so everything is in safe hands.
This week has been slightly less busy than of late on the work side of things. We've had a few owners over checking out their properties and setting up furniture and utility room window installations. Plus a range of people that have asked us via the website to take a look at alternative properties for them, as their AP5 places are being delayed even longer. This task is of real interest for us, as we get to see other properties at the 'start'. Some are good, some are bad, some are horrendous! I would like to point out to people that the aspect of a property is quite important here, as it makes quite a difference to how much sun your 'place in the sun' will receive.
Many people have asked for individual plot updates, so I've taken the time to take a good look around, and here is what I have found to be the state of play as of today:
Alongside are some photos of RT2 - in October 2008. These pictures may as well have been taken this morning. Nothing has changed.
The AP6 kittens are getting bigger by the day, and are very boisterous when playing. I wonder if they will still be here when we get back ?
I will still be writing the blog from Cape Town, but the information will be coming from our sources on the ground here in Saidia instead of me personally.
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