Monday, 20th November 2017
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The Costa del Sol is still a favourite

The Costa del Sol is still a favourite

This summer had more tourists but they spent less

I think that this summer has proven to everyone that the Costa del Sol still is a favourite holiday location and it certainly was not the Obama visit that made any difference to influence the choice of location.

July and August were packed with visitors however their spending power was considerably lower than previous years, whereas it is the supermarkets that have taken the largest slice of the business, which stands to reason. They may well have economised on restaurants, hotels and other such like but it is definitely certain that have had to eat.

How long is a piece of string? It is along as the politicians make the crisis last at the expense of the people, whether working or not. If the crisis was caused by the banks and the banks are now making those huge profits they announced how about returning such profits back to the people and into the economy? It’s high time they stop fleecing us!


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Creo que este verano he demostrado que la Costa del Sol sigue siendo uno de los lugares predilectos para ir de vacaciones y no solo por la llegada de la familia Obama.

Julio y Agosto se han llenado de turistas, sin embargo su poder adquisitivo era considerablemente más bajo que en años anteriores siendo los supermercados los verdaderos protagonistas de este verano. Puede ser que los turistas se hayan reservado a la hora de gastar en restaurantes, hoteles y demás lugares similares, pero lo que es cierto es que aún tienen que comer.

¿Qué longitud tiene este pedazo de cuerda? Es tan larga como la crisis o es que los políticos continúan prolongándola a expensas de que la gente trabaje o no?. Si la crisis fue causada por los bancos y los bancos ya han remontado como anuncian sería lógico devolver estos beneficios al pueblo y a la economía. ¡Ya es hora de que dejen de desplumarnos!



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