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The Ayamonte Photograph Album

Old Aug 31st 2009, 11:43 am
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Some Costa Esuri Golf Course 1 Pictures
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Old Aug 31st 2009, 4:45 pm
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Some Costa Esuri Golf Course 1 Pictures
Thanks Gerry. Great pictures. Can't wait to get back again.

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Fountain, & course 1 with Guadiana in background.
Did you have to get in the fountain to get that picture!! Have just got back, and it did not look like that from where I was standing, or are you 20 feet tall?
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Did you have to get in the fountain to get that picture!! Have just got back, and it did not look like that from where I was standing, or are you 20 feet tall?
I walked right up to it and took a picture - simple as that. Its the roundabout at the far end of the site - east.

Two more pictures - one of the private developer gated communites at the North West of site and Villa Real St Antonio Marina. One thing about the Marina's - they all appear to be full. So the Marina at Costa Esuri may well happen - as demand seems to be there.
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I walked right up to it and took a picture - simple as that. Its the roundabout at the far end of the site - east.

Two more pictures - one of the private developer gated communites at the North West of site and Villa Real St Antonio Marina. One thing about the Marina's - they all appear to be full. So the Marina at Costa Esuri may well happen - as demand seems to be there.
hi Gerry
The pictures look great, thanks for sharing them. I have a bit of a disk/sciatica problem at the moment so am on the flat of my back dreaming of sunnier climes in CE. The golf course pictures especially look really good. Mind you I would not mind having one of the boats in the other picture either!

If there are any other pictures to cheer up an absent CE'lite I would really appreciate then.

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Old Sep 1st 2009, 7:53 pm
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hi Gerry
The pictures look great, thanks for sharing them. I have a bit of a disk/sciatica problem at the moment so am on the flat of my back dreaming of sunnier climes in CE. The golf course pictures especially look really good. Mind you I would not mind having one of the boats in the other picture either!

If there are any other pictures to cheer up an absent CE'lite I would really appreciate then.

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Hi George - here are a few more. One looking towards the Hotel, and the other from the 7th looking straight up the Guadiana - complete with compulsory widlife in the air. I have more - I'll check them out on the weekend - I took some of Ayamonte Town last April - my wife and I quite like the architecture, balconies, use of wrought Iron etc - but they are all big file sizes so I'll reduce them down.
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Old Sep 15th 2009, 11:20 am
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Just a few photos from the fiesta last week. The flower offering and Casetas on the afternoon of the last day. Regards Margaret and Derek.
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And some more
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Thanks for the photos guys, great to see the colour and blue skies! Autumn starting to come in in earnest here.
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HereĀ“s a couple of the August fiestas in La Villa:












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Cristobal Colon's ships at the maritime museum at La Rabida
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Cristobal Colon's ships at the maritime museum at La Rabida
Compare with September 2002 when they looked a lot smarter.



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[QUOTE=Fredbargate;8116143]Compare with September 2002 when they looked a lot smarter.
Gosh! They certainly haven't worn well. I wonder why they have stripped all the paint off. They were the same inside and out so no paint anywhere - must have taken a lot of work. Perhaps that's what they would have looked like when the got back from the New World? The museum was quite interesting - it's a pity they didn'y even have a short leaflet in English let alone a guide book. We went because of an article in The Resident which was trying to attract British tourists. Could do better!
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I first saw these boats in 1992 ? in Puerto Sherry as part of the 500th anniversary.

Unfortunately maintenance requirements on exhibits like these are very high and funding often difficult to obtain / justify.

Mike are the women still in good health,or maybe they have put on a little weight with the extra years ?

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