Acharavi Guide

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Re: Acharavi Guide

Post by Chris » Sat Apr 17, 2010 11:39 pm




Thanks for the update Kev, I shall amend the Acharavi Links page over the weekend to reflect the new guide. Secondly, I received your PM, but only read it late, will respond tomorrow. Cheers again, and nice to see you back on the forum.

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Re: Acharavi Guide

Post by Chris » Sun Apr 18, 2010 2:38 pm




No problems Kev with this type of web address as it is basically giving informtion on a particular resort, which I usually upload in addition to the links page anyway. Al is more concerned with websites you use forums to gain profit etc.

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Re: Acharavi Guide

Post by Himini16 » Tue Jan 11, 2011 8:01 pm

Hello, just thought I'd let you know your site was one of the first we found when we started trying to research Acharavi and found it very useful - probably one of the main things which helped us decide we wanted to visit!

Booked to go in June this year for a fortnight :)

Very excited, even if it is ages away!

So thanks, i know its always nice to hear what you do is appreciated!

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Re: Acharavi Guide

Post by Al » Tue Mar 01, 2011 8:45 pm

Hiya Himini16

I am so sorry for the late reply to you post, this is not normally the case so please forgive me, I can't
understand how I missed your post :blush:

Thank you so much for you kind words :dup: :good2: :dup: :good2: :dup:
That means a great deal to me.. thanky0u

I started this site because I fell in love with the Island of Corfu over 23 years ago and I wanted to show/share with other people
how beautiful Corfu really was, :good2:
Himini16 wrote:Booked to go in June this year for a fortnight :)
I really hope you enjoy your holiday in Corfu, also look forward to hearing more about your holiday and maybe an image or two for the gallery :grin:

If we can help with anything just ask away :comp:

All the Best

Al :cool:

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Re: Acharavi Guide

Post by theokole » Sun Sep 18, 2011 6:06 pm

Hello, if you are interested for your site, a customer of mine was kind enough to make a youtube video of my work on Acharavi beach.
If you find it appropriate you can use it in the youtube videos page on your site.

Kind regards, Theo

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Re: Acharavi Guide

Post by Al » Sun Sep 18, 2011 10:29 pm

Hello Theo

First I would like to thank you for taking the time to register with the Corfu web site and forums :dup:

I have to say before I clicked on the link I thought here we go another spam post...but NO
What a fantastic video, I watched it through several times and it was Great !!!

The Donut Tank is just great, a well made machine, as you said in the video it took a lot of time to
make, and what a great job you did with it :good2: :good2:

I for one next time we are in Corfu will be heading to Acharavi Beach because I have to see the Donut Tank for myself
and of course to try the Ice cream and donuts too :good2:

Thank you Theo and Thank you "Jetiexperte" for a great Video !!!

Regards

Al :comp:

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Re: Acharavi Guide

Post by Chris » Mon Sep 19, 2011 9:22 am



Absolutely a brilliant concept of what is normally on huge machines adapted to achieve what is seen in the film. Well done and good luck.


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Re: Acharavi Guide

Post by theokole » Mon Sep 19, 2011 5:38 pm

Thank you for your kind words and compliments Chris and Al.

I don't want to steal away the original topic but I thought that the video might make a nice addition to the posters web site.

I found this forum quite by accident and I would like to take the opportunity to thank you all so much for all the hard work and patience required to keep this forum up to date. :good2: I for one truly appreciate the work that you do to give information and answer questions to all the potential visitors of Corfu and Acharavi in particular. :dup: :dup:

I will try to answer any questions for newcomers, that I can, from my knowledge of Acharavi and the surrounding area. I am originally from Canada but I came to live in Corfu about 20 years ago because I just fell in love with the island when I came on vacation here.

Kind regards,

Theo

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Re: Acharavi Guide

Post by CorfuChris » Mon Sep 19, 2011 9:51 pm

Hi Theo,what a great video. :good2: We had your doughnuts for the last 2 years on holiday on Woodys sunbeds :dup:
With abit of luck we will see you again next year :grin: ,on top of that I played the YouTube video to my 13 year old son with his eyes closed :cool: and said to him do you recognise the sound and on the second guess he said "The Doughnut Man" :dup:

All the best Chris...and don't burn your Doughnuts cook3 .... :good2:

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