Thursday, October 23, 2008

France and back

Greetings all,
Yea, we have been slack on the blog recently so mucho apologies.
Last week we were in France meeting with clients who are planning on opening a large tented resort about 60km from Limoges. This will be a rather challenging project as it is planned to open on the 1st of July 2008.
This African themed resort will feature 100 luxury tents, floating tent restaurant and a further 6 floating tented honeymoon suites, water park, dine in the sky and tons of activities for the guests.
The part of the country we visited was really beautiful (our first visit to France) with small very old villages - there seemed to be a sense of old history wherever we went.
The province of Limosin is famous for its porcelain work and beef cattle farming.
Keep checking back for more news at this project moves forward.
We are also planning a trip back to Africa to visit family and also to the factory for meetings but more news on this later.
Take care

These pics taken on the site in France

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

In between

Greetings again,
It has been quite busy since our return from Baja but we have no complaints about this, taking into consideration the current economic crisis.
We got the job done well in Baja and can tell you that it is truly stark but very beautiful with places that have higher mountains than I ever imagined.
This weekend we will be heading to France to visit with a client doing a very exciting African themed lodge & resort.
In November we will all be going to Africa as we have much work to do at the factory but we will keep you all updated with news.
We have also developed a few new variations to the Kingfisher, Kambaku and Fish Eagle Tents, all with covered verandas and also a new tent called the Shilowa Tent.
Keep checking the website for more info that we will be posting soon.
Take care

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Baja Mexico

Greetings all
Things have gone well here with the tent setup and we will update you all next week, all we can say for now is that it is starkly beautiful, hot as can be, humid and with tons of mosquitoes.
Catch you all on the other side of the week.
Paul and Angelika