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Flight Information / Re: Easy Jet Winter 17
« Last post by fossil on Today at 11:35:24 »
Flights to Liverpool and back to Fuerteventura over Christmas and back in the new year £149 for two people with speedy boarding and booked seats.😀😀
General Chat / H10 Esmeralda
« Last post by luvfuert on Today at 10:55:54 »
Hi all, as a regular visitor to the south ( I'm returning on Saturday for two weeks - yippee!) I was wondering if there were any thoughts regarding H10 Esmeralda going to Adults Only? I usually stay at the Adults Only Matas Blancas (formerly Best Age) which I enjoy but this could be quite a different ball game?
Look forward to your posts.
Thanks Luvfuert
Environment & Weather / Re: What's the weather like? - March 2017
« Last post by Johnrgby2 on Today at 10:48:01 »
Puerto Rosario 10:00  yesterday 19 C and Windy

Pozo Negro  14;30 Yesterday

Temp 20 C and windy

Environment & Weather / Re: What's the weather like? - March 2017
« Last post by Johnrgby2 on Today at 10:43:38 »
Caleta 07:30

Another grey blustery start

Temp 16 C

Sky 99% cloud cover

Wind northerly 18/20 MPH

Humidity 55%

Visibility Excellent

Sea 5/6 Ft swell and bl**dy cold

Forecast:- A mixture of sun and cloud for the rest of today/week, wind to move N/Easterly but remain 18/20 MPH temp to reach high teen,s


Sky as cleared temp is 19 C feels warmer out of the wind.


It has clouded over again we now have 100% cloud cover Temp is 18 C
Son of Dross / Re: 45000 to Steve the forum legend
« Last post by Captain Sensible on Today at 10:14:37 »
Thanks everyone :D
Son of Dross / Re: Todays Weather in Fuerteventura
« Last post by Captain Sensible on Today at 10:12:59 »
A mix of sun and cloud at 10am.   The forecast is for a cloudy day with a 40% chance of a shower.
Son of Dross / Re: Word Association
« Last post by Captain Sensible on Today at 10:11:54 »
Son of Dross / Re: Song Title Story
« Last post by Captain Sensible on Today at 10:11:34 »
Ballroom Blitz   -  The Sweet
General Chat / Re: caleta Beach
« Last post by Captain Sensible on Today at 10:10:35 »
At last - some official news about the finish of the beach regeneration:

A Google translation:
The Canary Islands Demarcation of Costas has confirmed today to the Cabildo of Fuerteventura that the rehabilitation works of the beach of El Castillo will end on the 31st of this month and will be available to users and swimmers before this summer. The announcement was made during the meeting of the Commission for Monitoring and Control of the Agreement of collaboration between the State and the Island Corporation for the implementation of the rehabilitation project of this beach in the municipality of Antigua.
The meeting was attended by the president of the Cabildo, Marcial Morales, the head of the Canarian Demarcation of the Canaries, Rafael Francisco López Orive, the mayor of Antigua, Juan José Cazorla, and the Minister of Public Works, Edilia Pérez, among others.
The Cabildo of Fuerteventura, for its part, has demanded the optimum completion of the different works units before finalizing the contract with the awarded company and the corresponding agreement with the State.
Likewise, during the meeting it was agreed to start as soon as possible the technical and administrative work necessary to reinvest the reduction of the award of the rehabilitation works on the beach in the extension and improvement of the annexed avenue, as agreed last year.
On 20 April 2015, the Cabildo of Fuerteventura signed a collaboration agreement with the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment for the execution of the construction work on El Castillo beach in Caleta de Fuste. The island corporation contributed 1,881,186.56 euros and the works were awarded for 1,966,059 euros.
Trouble is you need a crime number for your insurance so you have to report it. It is though, a waste of a day, and you need an interpreter and sometimes you have to go to Rosario. Have to say in my case ( many moons ago) the investigation was thorough and resulted in an arrest and our property was returned. The culprits were let out on bail and promptly scarpered. Ashamed to say that one of them was British.
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