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Justin's Life

Welcome to my new blog. I plan to write about all sorts of things here, my life in Spain, ineresting things and ideas I've come across, places I've visited and so much more. Hope you enjoy it and please leave comments as your input is always appreciated.

Adios to the Eye on Spain newsletter
18 October 2011 @ 01:05

EOS newsletter** Apologies if you received my notification email twice on this. Problems with the new email system **

It’s the end of an era!

We’ve been putting together the Eye on Spain newsletter every week (ish) since 2005 and today we are officially saying adios to the newsletter you’ve become familiar with over all these years (or less if you’ve only joined us recently).

But, there comes a point in time where paths have to change, businesses need to adapt to future trends and also continue to develop and come up with new ideas.

(And it’s also quite a lot of work to put the newsletter together every week!!)

That’s the point EOS is at today. We’ve always tried to be a bit different, coming up with new ideas, not afraid to speak our minds and always thinking “what’s next”.

So, we’re getting our creative juices flowing once more and we need to shelve the newsletter to make way for new ideas and new ways to communicate with our readers and members.

So we’re not totally going to stop bothering you ;) We’re still going to send you the odd email now and then about something which we pick up on of interest. For example, just last week I recorded a really good video with a friend of mine talking about the property market today. It’s a great video with some real honest insights and so I’m planning to share that with you over the next few days.

One of our readers has written a really funny book that we want to share with you too. You’re going to love it.

We’re also looking to enable regular community and forum updates by email, which many people have been asking for for…..erm…years!

In essence, after 6 years of emailing out a newsletter we now want to communicate with you in a different way. We want to see what you are really interested in, what you’d really like to hear about from us, etc. We also want to be able to adapt what you receive based on what your interests are (eg, property, rentals, lifestyle, travel, etc).

I’m really excited about some of the stuff we’ve got planned going forward. You’re going to see a much more creative and dynamic EOS back again and we look forward to you being a part of it!

Thanks for reading our newsletters over the years; I hope you have enjoyed most of them. We’ve made so many friends and met so many people through it that for that reason alone it was worth doing.

Un abrazo

Justin
 



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109 Comments


Steve Hall said:
18 October 2011 @ 03:12

Truly sorry to see this go. It was without doubt the best weekly newsletter. Shout if you think there is anything we can do.


Kevin & ChristIne Turner said:
18 October 2011 @ 03:43

Hi Justin (and the team), a shame as we've really enjoyed for the last couple of years now the EOS, it's been interestIng and very useful as well. I hope we hear more from you in the not to distant future!

Thanks for all the hard work and effort you've put in over the years.

Thanks...


Norma Munro said:
18 October 2011 @ 04:07

Again, like the previous comments, I shall be really sorry to see the end of EOS but I appreciate all you say Justin. Very many thanks for all the interesting topics you have put together over the years and good luck with your future venture.


Ron Garza said:
18 October 2011 @ 04:58

I did manage to visit the Costa Del Sol, including Sabinillas and Manilva. What a fantastic time I had in Spain. It was a pity that I couldn't get a visado and had to return to the US after just 3 months. Your newsletter and videos were a great help. When the Renfe gets past Fuengirola, it will help your part of the CDS. Good luck! (BTW, both times I passed through London, it was raining/misting.)


BittenbySpain said:
18 October 2011 @ 07:25

I'd like to add my thanks for all the extremely hard work you've put into making EOS so interesting and informative. I know how hard it is to write weekly.
I look forward to your new format, and wish you all the best with it.


David said:
18 October 2011 @ 07:27

Newsletter was great looked forward to it and thought it was always clear,well written and interesting- good luck and look forward to seeing what you do next


Gatlin Fernandes said:
18 October 2011 @ 07:29

I've been following the Eye on Spain newsletter since 2008. Hope this change brings a new direction to the site. Thanks for the memories :)


Maria said:
18 October 2011 @ 07:49

Good luck! I amsure next chapter will be even better than this one!


Justin said:
18 October 2011 @ 08:06

Hey guys. It's not the end of EOS. It's only the weekly newsletter that is changing.

We're still here and looking forward to doing more great stuff.

Justin


Sheila and Pete said:
18 October 2011 @ 08:10

Really sorry to see the Newsletter go - especially as we are about to move to Manilva permanently!! Have thoroughly enjoyed the very informative articles over the years, and look forward to whatever new projects you come up with Justin. Good luck and Best Wishes.


Susan said:
18 October 2011 @ 08:17

I feel really sad that the EOS is going because I've thoroughly enjoyed reading it but I look forward to your new venture. Many thanks for providing so much great content and for making us laugh from time to time too. Best wishes for the future.


Chris said:
18 October 2011 @ 08:32

Well, I have only just joined and haven't seen any of the newsletters but I am looking to forward to the new beginnings!
Cheers x


Rob Barnes said:
18 October 2011 @ 08:37

Good luck with the future plans. Look forward to reading the odd e.mail! If they are of the same high quality as E.O.S.,
they will be worth waiting for.


Dee Kingston said:
18 October 2011 @ 08:52

Good Luck Justin to you and the team... look forward to seeing how your future plans develop. Thanks for all your hard work


Doc Martin said:
18 October 2011 @ 09:00

Well done Justin and crew for a great newsletter over the years - I know how much effort it takes. See you again. Hasta la vista !


Doc Martin said:
18 October 2011 @ 09:00

Well done Justin and crew for a great newsletter over the years - I know how much effort it takes. See you again. Hasta la vista !


Kitty Hoek said:
18 October 2011 @ 09:03

Thank you so much for all your efforts in keeping us up to date on Manilva and its surroundings. Look forward to hearing more!!




Frank said:
18 October 2011 @ 09:13

Hi Justin, its nice to know that you will continue to write. You are one of the very few people in Spain that I could or can trust. I lost about 20k to my own lawyers.....can't believe it, but they were Spanish.


Jandy said:
18 October 2011 @ 09:20

Best of luck in your new venture, have only recently joined EOS readers but have enjoyed reading your interesting articles. Look forward to whats coming next.


Dena said:
18 October 2011 @ 09:23

Thanks for all your hard work. The Eye on Spain newsletter was always a welcome sight in my Inbox! Look forward to seeing what you have in store in your new plans.


Teresa Hicks said:
18 October 2011 @ 09:25

Thanks for all and good luck. All good things have to come to an end!



Dawn said:
18 October 2011 @ 09:27

Will miss your newsletter, it has helped me during my 5 years in Spain and your Forum was always something I turned to in time of need. Good luck with the new venture and THANKS


Ali Parandeh said:
18 October 2011 @ 09:37

Good luck Justin. At Urbytus and OCM our team has also enjoyed your newsletter. We hope that we can start a collaboration soon so that both OCM and EOS users can benefit from each others services soon.

From Ali & the OCM team.
The website for community owners.
www.ocm-online.com



Jan said:
18 October 2011 @ 09:41

Sorry to see the end of Eye on Spain, always most helpful and informative, thank you for all your hard work and wishing you well for the future.


Sylvia Dean said:
18 October 2011 @ 09:42

Gooo luck Justin and Team with your future plans. I know it will be a success, however, I will sadly miss EOS as it was always so interesting, so informative and a great read. Look forward to receiving your new creativity.
RIP to Romeo.

Kind regards
Sylvia


D.Lesslie said:
18 October 2011 @ 09:52

I don't live in Spain but have been thinking about moving to Spain for a few years now trying to convince my wife. I found your newsletters gave me an insight to actually living in Spain highlighting both good and bad aspects of the life there. This is the first time I have actually participated in anything to do with EOS and I wonder how many other people like myself are just happy to receive your news letters for the same reason, I shall really really really miss them. I must just say that at the back of my mind it looks as if the recession has finally hit EOS also having to cut back, this does not look good to me if I am honest.


Ari said:
18 October 2011 @ 09:53

I'll miss my EOS newsletter Justin, but we'll stay in contact?
Go well with your new thing!


Camerachap said:
18 October 2011 @ 09:57

I'll really miss EOS. Although I don't live in Spain (I spend 3 months of the year on the Costa del Sol from January to April to escape the cold of an English winter) I find the articles and comments very useful and helps me feel part of a country od which I am very fond. I get rather upset when I hear ex-pats criticise the country they chose to adopt! If they think living in Spain causes problems, just try returning to the UK. It is no longer the beautiful country you were born on to in the '40s and '50s. I look forward to returning to Calahonda, Mijas Costa in January.
In the meantime a big, big thank you to Justine and team and the very best of luck in your new ventures.


Jen Vera said:
18 October 2011 @ 10:01

Justin! All these messages are a testament to you and your hard work! I'm only a recent EOS member but love the content! I wish you all the very best for the new venture and thank you for everything to date!


Karin Sendra said:
18 October 2011 @ 10:10

Hi Justin,
I have been receiving your news letter for 4 years, and loved each and every one. It helped me adapt to Spain and everything else.
Well done for all the hard work! I am so looking forward to your new chapter.
Good luck
Besos


Caron Mathias said:
18 October 2011 @ 10:11

Thank you for all your work in the past, we will look forward to the future. All the tips and information have been extremely useful.


Mark FR Wilkins said:
18 October 2011 @ 10:12

Hi Justin, You are right its the end of an era - but a new era is dawning on the Costas. The positings really are a tribute to your tenancity to present the case for Spain and its been a pleasure to have been part of the EOS story. I hope that we can work on future projects together. Best of luck, Mark


Mark FR Wilkins said:
18 October 2011 @ 10:12

Hi Justin, You are right its the end of an era - but a new era is dawning on the Costas. The positings really are a tribute to your tenancity to present the case for Spain and its been a pleasure to have been part of the EOS story. I hope that we can work on future projects together. Best of luck, Mark


Kate said:
18 October 2011 @ 10:16

Best of luck EOS, really looking forward to the new you, thanks for all the information over the years, I have been with you since the early days, I live in UK and wanted to move to Spain, havent done so yet but it hasnt lost its chance, keep the info coming Justin and team.Take care.Adios.



Ray said:
18 October 2011 @ 10:20

Justin and crew, thanks for a great newsletter over the last few years.
And now ...Onwards and Upwards!


Mary McKenna said:
18 October 2011 @ 11:21

Thank you for all the newsletters have been most helpful over the years when purchasing our house and with so much useful information for the future as well when we retire to Spain. Look forward to still hearing from and what you have in store for us.


Gerry said:
18 October 2011 @ 11:33

Ditto to all of the above, thank you & best of luck in the future.



Frank Sisto said:
18 October 2011 @ 11:40

Good luck Justin. I will miss your newsletter. I understand your reasons for ending the present format.
Not Adios just Hasta Luego Amigo


David H said:
18 October 2011 @ 11:46

Change is good, but missing your newsletter already! Hope to have somewhere to write my highly ignorable grumpy-old-man comments in the future.


Steve & Jenny said:
18 October 2011 @ 11:57

Good luck in the the venture, look forward to new stuff coming to our computor screen.
again Best wishes
Steve & Jenny


Steve Allcock said:
18 October 2011 @ 11:57


Well done Justin. Thank you for all your work over recent years. The EOS Newsletter has been extremely useful. I look forward to hearing of your future exploits.


Barry said:
18 October 2011 @ 12:07

Barry Said :

many thanks for allowing me to receive your newsletters,,,

Most informative and very worthwhile,,,

Look forward to seeing what you do next

Good luck







john & wendy said:
18 October 2011 @ 12:18

Sorry to see you go at this time. We have not always participated (physically) via email but have always found your news articles very interesting and very helpful. Good luck for the future and keep in touch........


Terry said:
18 October 2011 @ 12:20

Real shame to hear the EOS is coming to an end. We have a place in Costa del Sol and It's been really helpful having an independent information source on latest news from Spain. Best of luck with the next venture...
Terry & Sheila


Beverley said:
18 October 2011 @ 12:24

Look forward to the new format and all the info you provide. Times change and so does technology ( you only have to ask a teenager ) Good luck!!!


June Harding said:
18 October 2011 @ 12:30

Only been receiving your e mails since last year, but have found them to be interesting, informative, helpful, but most of all fun to read. Good luck with your new venture & thanks for all of your past hard work.


Graham said:
18 October 2011 @ 12:36

Good Luck in whatever you do. Just check your spelling. INERESTING in´it?


Mike said:
18 October 2011 @ 12:39

Good luck for the future Justin and many thanks for the past!


JON & FINN &FAMILY said:
18 October 2011 @ 12:49

HI Justin sorry to hear EOS is no more, good luck in your new venture, we are going to Benalmadena sun for couple of days , if your in the area let me know Lunch &drinks on me , JON can you pm if your in the area.


JON & FINN &FAMILY said:
18 October 2011 @ 12:50

HI Justin sorry to hear EOS is no more, good luck in your new venture, we are going to Benalmadena sun for couple of days , if your in the area let me know Lunch &drinks on me , JON can you pm if your in the area.


Phil Cotterill said:
18 October 2011 @ 12:50

Thanks for your invaluable help and advice on EOS, over the past 3 years, I have been registered.

Good luck with new format.

Best Regards,

Phil.


Tony L said:
18 October 2011 @ 12:51

Thanks for all the information, ideas and fun. It was a great success and I hope there will be plenty more stimulating material in the future.


Bruce & Russ said:
18 October 2011 @ 12:54

Will definitely miss the wealth of insights and the spot-on advice from "experts" EOS provided us.

Perhaps we should consider a joint venture ... as noted by a few "colonists" above: More and more Americanos are looking to live in Spain ... yet the rules and opportunities are quite different for us. While we (perhaps!) speak varations of the same language, the rules and regulations governing our lives in Spain -- and the EU for the matter -- are quite different ... and need further resources.

Most importantly, however, (IMHO) is that, given its social, political, and economic unrest, North Americans represent a great untapped market for your market efforts and pursuits.

Mucho gusto conocerte ... a traves de este periodico.

Talk soon, hopefully! :-)

~Bruce (and Russ)


DJ said:
18 October 2011 @ 13:00

Sorry to see the newsletter go. It was the only one on Spain which published the truth and gave both a balanced view and frequently, a right of reply to put counter arguments.
However, Justin please note, don't go the video route. Life is too short to watch them. I receive these a lot now as sites jump on the latest trendy bandwagon.
I just hit delete. Most are boring and all take far too long. A quick read is by far superior IMHO.


Justin said:
18 October 2011 @ 14:07

Thanks for all the comments!!

But we're not going away yet, it's only the traditional newsletter that we are stopping. We're going to try some new stuff and see what people think.

Gotta keep moving.

Thanks again.


KarenDavid said:
18 October 2011 @ 14:14

I dont login very often Justin but I always enjoyed the newsletters - very informative but I can appreciate that things change and its time to move on. Good luck



Vivienne said:
18 October 2011 @ 14:27

Hi Justin - sorry to see the newsletter go - there's been so many things to read and learn and think about etc. Really do appreciate all the hard work you and "the experts" have done done to give us so much. Big Thanks to ALL. Now look forward to hearing/seeing what next's. Good luck and keep us posted.


Andrew Hamiltom said:
18 October 2011 @ 14:36

Hi Justin, onwards and upwards. It was a great newsletter but I'm sure you know what you are doing. All the best Andrew


Eddie Jackson said:
18 October 2011 @ 14:41

Hi Justin
I've been an EOS fan since I moved to Spain earlier in the year. EOS has been informative and greatly appreciated. Will miss it.
Regards
Eddie


Eddie Jackson said:
18 October 2011 @ 14:41

Hi Justin
I've been an EOS fan since I moved to Spain earlier in the year. EOS has been informative and greatly appreciated. Will miss it.
Regards
Eddie


Joanna Ramsay-Whale said:
18 October 2011 @ 15:13

Ditto and a very big thank you.


Dave Fids said:
18 October 2011 @ 17:11

Hi Justin
I have only been reading your newsletter for about 6 months but it has helped me a lot.
I have just moved here to Santa Pola where i am staying until i find somewhere of my own, looking in the San Miguel area.
Thanks for the best read on the Costa Blanca

Hasta Luego David


Arf said:
18 October 2011 @ 17:19

Sorry to hear the the end is nigh for the newsletter.
Hopefully see you around Sabanillas/Duquesa at some time.
Regards.


Martha said:
18 October 2011 @ 18:10

Thanks Justin for some great news letters :) looking forward to the new you .


Jen Vera said:
18 October 2011 @ 18:14

Justin! All these messages are a testament to you and your hard work! I'm only a recent EOS member but love the content! I wish you all the very best for the new venture and thank you for everything to date!


Jean said:
18 October 2011 @ 18:34

Hi
I am one of the unfortunates that bought off plan (6) years ago, it was when at my most desperate i found EOS. I must thank you and the team for all the info i learned from you it really really helped. Best wishes for your future and look forward to more.


Andyt said:
18 October 2011 @ 20:36

Hi just wanted to add my thanks to you and the team. Truly a great piece of work and very much appreciated. I wish you the very best and will continue to follow where I can. Thanks for your excellent work. Andyt


richie & Jackie said:
18 October 2011 @ 21:09

we have really enjoyed all that EOS has been about we have been with you for four years and the tips and news has been most useful thanks very much for every thing good luck


Suemarie said:
18 October 2011 @ 21:11

Thank you for giving us all so much pleasure over the years Justin. EOS newsletters have been so imformative and brilliant articles. Looking forward to the next chapter of EOS. Good luck to you and the team. good luck Suemarie


como tu quieres said:
18 October 2011 @ 21:13

Please stay a bit longer. life without EOS-N L will leave many more unable to raise their views and experiences about life in España. You have been a tower of strength for so many with their good bad and yes some ugly experiences who turned to you for vast amount of invaluable information. Thank you to you, Susan and the children as they must have missed out while you burnt the midnight oil. Speak you soon through your new venture.



como tu quieres said:
18 October 2011 @ 21:15

Hasta Pronto :)



Richard said:
18 October 2011 @ 21:43

Justin, sorry to see EOS finishing. I have been going to Sabanillus for the past 24 years and have loved it. During the winter months in England you and the team have kept the sunshine in my heart. Best of luck for the future.
Adios your avide reader Richard from Folkestone


sue said:
18 October 2011 @ 21:52

Hi Justin

Really enjoyed the newletter and looked forward to it as it was very imformative. Look forward to the next chapter



mirja said:
18 October 2011 @ 21:59

many thanks for your hard work. I have enjoyed reading and following you. All the best.


Eleanor said:
18 October 2011 @ 23:52

What else is there to add?! Big 'thanks' and looking forward to the next instalments of .... from you guys!


James TP said:
19 October 2011 @ 00:24

Great work over the years, hope all goes well in the future !!


Linda Hadley said:
19 October 2011 @ 06:19

Sorry to see the newsletter go! I only live in Spain part of the year and your news letter just made me feel I was there all the time......it was my link to the Costa Del Sol in glummy England. Thanks for all your hard work.
Linda


Dudley de Mello said:
19 October 2011 @ 08:32

Hi Justin,
Thank you and your team for giving us all very good information in the past. Hope this will carry on much longer and we can enjoy reading EOS.
Many thanks again for all your hard work it is very much appreciated.


George Grice said:
19 October 2011 @ 09:27

Thanks for your e mail justin and Janet & I look forward to the new system. Thanks for your help in the past. We got back to UK yesterday after two weeks in Manilva. We are out again for two months on Jan 5th. All the best mate. George & Janet.
PS Love to Susan and the family


Steve Page said:
19 October 2011 @ 09:31

You are truly a legend..i shall miss these newsletters and all the valuable info and advice they contained over the years.


Terence Potts said:
19 October 2011 @ 09:49

Real shame, but looking forward to the next project. I have found this the most informative and entertaing read about Spanish life. Well done and good luck for the future.


mo anthony said:
19 October 2011 @ 10:05

I would like to wish you all the best for the future and thank you personally Justin for giving us the name of our fantastic maintenance guy. Good luck..Mo


Dave T said:
19 October 2011 @ 10:06

Hi Justin
well like the others, I read your email and the above to say you were folding EOS. A shame because of the obvious hard core of readers you have. I know I send it on to at least 2 others when I get it.

You say you are moving on to new technologies, but will not be finishing completely but no hint to the "new technology". Presumably this will be things like Twitter and Facebook ? ?
Like a number of other people I wouldnt touch these means of "communication".
So Please let us have more information as to what you are doing

It is hard to bash out a newsletter, not knowing what is happening after you have "posted", is it going in the bin, being passed on, filed for future etc etc. I remember running such a newsletter 30yrs ago, hard to find the copy, continually bouncing off the wall marked Deadline, never getting any response unless it was a complaint. And that was in the days of post being the only means of communication when fax was still new and no one ever thought about getting one in the home. Oh how things have changed !!

Best of luck, keep us up to date on what is happening
regards
Dave



Caroline said:
19 October 2011 @ 10:19

Hi Justin, I have been reading EOS since we bought near Murcia in 2007. Have always found the articles really interesting and informative and although we are not permanent residents, there was always somethingfor everyone. Will look forward to your new venture - keep up the good work and Best of Luck with it!


anne said:
19 October 2011 @ 11:07

Thanks to everyone at E.O.S it as been like a friend droping in every week ish Goodluck to your new venture and thaks


anne said:
19 October 2011 @ 11:09

Thanks to everyone at E.O.S it as been like a friend dropping in every week ish Good Luck to your new venture and thanks


martin ward said:
19 October 2011 @ 11:19

Justin, I think congratulations are in order! 6 years is enough for anyone! I have always appreciated the newsletter and look forward to sporadic, informative and entertaining emails in future. Thanks for all the good work.......and it was very good....


ian said:
19 October 2011 @ 12:50

sorry to see you go will miss eos . you mite like to look at the freeman stuff on youtube it will open your eys, iff you nead more info after email me at iancminton@hotmail.com.
all the best ian


Alan said:
19 October 2011 @ 12:52

Justin,
Just a short note to thank you for all your effort with EOS over the past 6 years. I look forward to supporting your new direction and wish you every success.



Nora said:
19 October 2011 @ 13:21

Thanks for all your hard work which we found so entertaining and useful going to miss your news letter x


Claud said:
19 October 2011 @ 13:44

Thank you for the newsletters Justin, I like everybody else here really appreciates all the hard work, effort and time that goes into producing this week after week. Really looking forward to the future of EOS!


John Patrick said:
19 October 2011 @ 14:05

Sorry to see you go, I was one of your 1st readers and have received so much help from you. Good luck and looking forward to hearing from you in the future? - Regards John Patrick. (bigbadjohn)


John Patrick said:
19 October 2011 @ 14:07

Sorry to see you go, I was one of your 1st readers and have received so much help from you. Good luck and looking forward to hearing from you in the future? - Regards John Patrick. (bigbadjohn)


John Patrick said:
19 October 2011 @ 14:08

Sorry to see you go, I was one of your 1st readers and have received so much help from you. Good luck and looking forward to hearing from you in the future? - Regards John Patrick. (bigbadjohn)


Freddy Chorlton said:
19 October 2011 @ 19:10

I have looked forward with eagerness to your newsletters almost from the start up, I'm sure the new format will not disapoint, Many thanks for the very informative, jolly and inspiring features
Very best wishes Freddy


awasteofspace said:
19 October 2011 @ 21:58

THE END OF JUSTIN'S LIFE well never mind Justin there will alway be somebody out there to fill your shoes its not the end of an era,you have had a good inning and have put your points across and made new and bad friends everybody has to change their under wear some time or other,its
Obvious that yours is starting to smell.

regards awasteofspace


davmunster said:
19 October 2011 @ 23:08

EOS is a BUSINESS. We may miss the Newsletters but if there isn't enough advertisers prepared to pay to be in them they are going to stop regardless of what the readers think


DaN Butler said:
20 October 2011 @ 02:51

I've only been a short-term subscriber but I've learned a lot in the relatively brief time I've been receiving the newsletter.
Like many folks, I'm sad to see it end but, am looking forward to what you come up with next (Twitter messages that link to interesting blog posts and/or articles?).
I can also see how many people would be interested in a Facebook page but, I just don't trust that company and personally loath Mark Zuckerberg.
That's neither here nor there so best of luck on your next endeavor!


SusanS said:
20 October 2011 @ 11:57

Hi Justin, I've really enjoyed your newsletter and am looking forward to whatever comes next. Skimming through the comments, I wanted to mention that I totally agree with Bruce who mentions the untapped North American market. I can well imagine that lots of people like me read your newsletter for information about Spain in English but are not from the UK, hence many of the tips are simply irrelevant for us. And my situation is perhaps even more particular - I have a permanent visa for another EU country (Germany) but have no idea how or if this would relate to my moving to Spain. I suspect that even here, I might not be the only one. So, just a thought that this might be an area where more information might be welcomed. And I'd certainly be up for a joint venture if anyone's interested. :-) In any case, thanks so much for all your hard work and all the best for the future!


Juliette Robb said:
21 October 2011 @ 00:01

Its been a great source of communication and I look forward to your new and fresh ideas. Im sure it will also be the success thethe 'old' EOS was. All the best. Juliette



Jan said:
21 October 2011 @ 00:06

Don't go - we need you !!!!!!!!!!


Patricia (Campana) said:
21 October 2011 @ 00:16

I received your notiofications by email, Justin. Of course, I do wish you luck with your new format, and good luck anyhow in life and with everything. I won't be posting any more on the site/forum, nor have I done so for some time. You know why.
All the best
Patricia


SusanS said:
21 October 2011 @ 13:09

Hi Justin, I've really enjoyed your newsletter and am looking forward to whatever comes next. Skimming through the comments, I wanted to mention that I totally agree with Bruce who mentions the untapped North American market. I can well imagine that lots of people like me read your newsletter for information about Spain in English but are not from the UK, hence many of the tips are simply irrelevant for us. And my situation is perhaps even more particular - I have a permanent visa for another EU country (Germany) but have no idea how or if this would relate to my moving to Spain. I suspect that even here, I might not be the only one. So, just a thought that this might be an area where more information might be welcomed. And I'd certainly be up for a joint venture if anyone's interested. :-) In any case, thanks so much for all your hard work and all the best for the future!


Jill said:
22 October 2011 @ 10:59

Hi Justin.

Just breathed a sigh of relief - sigh - to read that you are not totally desserting us. Looking forward to reading whatever you have planned for your avid readers in the future. Many many thanks for all your previous newsletters. An absolute "must" read. Good luck with the new venture.
Jill from Javea


Carol said:
22 October 2011 @ 18:18

A real shame. I guess the crisis is taking its toll everywhere.
Really enjoyed your useful and entertaining newsletters.
Will the forums still be up and running at all?


jane aitken said:
24 October 2011 @ 18:38

I will also be sorry not to get my newsletters, but I totally agree that people need to get new creative ideas, and its great you have managed to suceed.
Good Luck in all that you do and look forward to hearing from your!!


Derek Cooke said:
25 October 2011 @ 19:28

Can't wait for the next chapter in the life of EOS
good luck


Denise Hardy said:
28 October 2011 @ 09:55

I will also be sorry not to get my newsletters, but I totally agree that people need to get new creative ideas, and its great you have managed to suceed.
Good Luck in all that you do and look forward to hearing from you!!

Will you still keep up the For Sale and Rental info?


peggy said:
08 November 2011 @ 15:47

Hi Justin, In my search for solutions to fixing my leaking terrace,I came across this very useful website:
http://www.inlandtraderonline.com/CMS/content/section/1/2/

Thought you might want to add it to your general info. Best regards Peggy


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