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Post by Chris » Mon May 14, 2007 10:08 pm




Great news Alison, off to sunny Sidari again. Look forward to hearing all about it, and hopefully some photos. Have a great time.


Yeiamas, Chris.




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Post by bruceandmaria » Tue May 15, 2007 6:39 am

alison wrote:We have just booked these apartments again they are self catering but have Towels and bedding changed 3 times a week and maid cleans 6 days a week ,they have a small bath tub Cant wait now
Hi Alison.

The owners must take a great pride in how they look after their guests.

Have a great time and like Chris said lets know how your holiday went.

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Post by Chris » Tue May 15, 2007 8:44 pm




Hi Alison.

Thats one thing that no one can disagree with. The way the Corfiots will go out of their way to help you and everyone. I can remember you telling us on previous sites, very moving.

Wherever one goes on Corfu, whether it is Sidari, or North, East, South or West, we are greeted with the same attitudes.

We love them.

Yeiamas, Chris.




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Post by bruceandmaria » Wed May 16, 2007 11:10 am

Hi Alison,

I notice you were asking on another Corfu site about nut allergy written in Greek..I posted this in the Kassiopi forum on this site a few months ago..I hope it will be of some use to you.


This website may be of some help to those who have a allergy to nuts, you can download a card that is written in Greek and English stating that you are allergic to nuts which you can then hand to a restaurant or whoever prepares your food,

Under Food and Drink you'll see... "How do I tell the waiter I have a nut allergy?"

http://www.foi.org.uk/faq.php#15


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Post by Chris » Sun Sep 02, 2007 11:56 am





Time will fly by Alison, and the next four weeks will be gone, and you and your family will be on your way again. Do have a great time, and we look forward to hearing all about on your return.


Yeiamas, Chris



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Post by Al » Thu Dec 13, 2007 9:47 pm

Hi Alison,

Great news !! and as Chris has said time will fly by.
I wish ours was sorted we Still have to get ours booked :?

Then I can start smiling and counting the days until were back home.

Hope you have a fantastic time!! :D :D :D

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Post by Chris » Thu Dec 13, 2007 11:24 pm




Hi Alison.

Nice to hear of your booking. What month will you be going next year. We have started to look, and have a few ideas up our sleeves. Either to stay where we normally stay, or try somewhere else. However, it is all down to the doctor, which if I can continue as I am, will be given the OK.

Do let us know when you are off Alison.

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Post by Chris » Fri Jan 11, 2008 4:31 pm



Thank you for bringing this to our attention Jim. You will appreciate that unless one is fluent in Greek, which undoubtedly you are, we would take the line from the "Friends of the Ionian" website as a true reading. However, we are always pleased when something is recognised as not quite true information. I have therefore contacted the FOI website to explain this matter, and asked for an update to be put in place. In my opinion this is a very important issue to many. Thank you again.


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Post by Chris » Fri Jan 11, 2008 8:42 pm



Thank you Kostas for the explanation of your name, and an insight into your family background, although sad to hear of your mothers passing. I to have lost both my parents.

I will let you know if I receive anything from "The Friends of the Earth", as to whether they change anything. Another idea would be, if I could be so presumptuous in asking, would it be possible for you to translate the same phrase, but substituting the words to include nuts in general.

We look forward to hearing more of your stories with regards to Corfu in due course.


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Post by Chris » Fri Jan 11, 2008 10:29 pm




Thanks for that Alison. I think this is the case, those in the trade of catering etc will probably understand what is trying to put across, although to some it reads different.


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Post by Chris » Sat Jan 12, 2008 10:59 am




In your own time of course Kostas. What we have at the moment will no doubt suffice until such times it can be updated or corrected.

That is some travelling to do Kostas. May I ask what business you are in.

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Re: Zarifris

Post by Chris » Sat Jan 12, 2008 6:25 pm




One hectic life Kostas, but as you say, if one wants things in life then sometimes it has to be done. Gladly in a way, I do not have to do that now. Not retired I hasten to add, but just taking things easy so to speak. Time for a rest I said to myself. I keep busy though.

Anyway, not wishing to digress away to much from the thread. As I said when you have time in your hectic schedule, it would be appreciated if you can help on this matter. I have still not heard from the FOI. Not friendly is it.

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Re: Zarifris

Post by Chris » Tue Sep 09, 2008 11:00 pm




Way to go Alison, only four weeks and the big off again to sunny Corfu. You will have a great time, and your Mum will be with you in spirit Alison, on all trips to Corfu.

Remember to tell us all about it on your return, and with the photos as well. thanky0u


Yeiamas, Chris



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Post by nevrow » Wed Sep 10, 2008 10:13 am

We are going this Friday 12th September, although the weather looks a bit wet next week?

Will still have a good time, Blondies on Saturday for the football.

Cheers,

Nev. :lol:

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Post by Al » Wed Sep 10, 2008 5:52 pm

Hi Nev

The weather don't look to good as you say but with Corfu most showers pass quickly as for Friday it looks as if it will be brightening up so I'm sure you will have a great time.

Wishing you a great holiday

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Post by Chris » Wed Sep 10, 2008 9:30 pm




Here you go Nev, here is the weather update and forecast for the weekend and beyond on Corfu. Have a great time, and tell us all about on your return, with pictures of course.

CORF WEATHER BY METCHECK


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Post by Al » Fri Sep 12, 2008 6:11 pm

Hi alison

Yahooooooooooo your tickets are here :D :D :D
I would like to wish you and your family Happy Holidays
but you will get this when you return

Hope you have a great Time

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Re: Zarifris

Post by Chris » Sat Sep 20, 2008 5:35 pm




Steady on girl, you have had enough near misses in the past, nearly missing your holidays. Do not frighten us like that. If you have to be ill, be ill out there, :lol: :lol: :wink: , at least you will be in Corfu.

Glad to hear it is not bad anyway, and your still on track for the off.


Yeiamas, Chris


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Post by Al » Sat Oct 04, 2008 6:26 pm

Hey alison

I hope you have a fantastic time !!!!

I will look forward to hearing from you on your return

Have a ouzo or two for me

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Post by Chris » Sat Oct 04, 2008 9:55 pm




Just over 24 hours to go Alison, and the big off again. Here is wishing you have a great trip, and a fantastic holiday in Sidari. You certainly deserve it. Look forward to hearing your reviews, views and seeing your pictures on your return. Have fun in the sun Alison and Family.


Yeiamas, Chris



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