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    michael beeston

    Thanks Katerinka.

    One day we shall meet and tell some fabulous stories about our furniture and life styles. When I worked in Saudi Arabia(for 14 years) I visited the Philippines many times to recruit staff and loved it there....................I have some Scroll Paintings  from China which are 250 Years Old !!!!!..amazing and the Chinese cabinet in the Lounge is 105 years old !!!and yes carpet is only in the main bedroom as it is too hot in Queensland and the Dark wooden floors are super.................talk again..Michael.

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    Sindhuchaalbeach

    We provide free WiFi to our guests. They'd either ask the Password within 1 hour of their arrival, or we just ask them if they need it. Some guests might have come to completely get isolated from their daily online routine so they just neglect the offer :)

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    M Adamopoulou

    Katerinka12 your salad looks very tasty. I would also add onions, cucumbers, green peppers and of course oregano.
    Katerinka12 you have traveled me again around the world. So many experiences.... you lucky girl... Your home must be wonderful with all these treasures.
    Thanks for sharing your story...

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    M Adamopoulou

    Michael you look so much with your dad!!! Thanks for sharing such a heartwarming photo.
    You father was also a carpenter....wow!!!thats why he was so nice like my dad was... carpenters are artists....
    Michael your white sofa is amazing. White is beautiful but not for small kids and doggies.
    Michael your apartment must be incredible with so beautiful antiques and stunning artwork from all over the world. Dark wooden floors (parquet) are sparkling but who does the mopping????
    Thanks for sharing beautiful pictures.

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    M Adamopoulou

    Hi! Sindhuchaalbeach I prefer guests that like isolating from the

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    M Adamopoulou

    Sorry I repeat...I prefer guests that like isolating from the rest of the world....because peace and tranquillity are both highly appreciated by our guests.

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    michael beeston

    "M"..we have a Professional Cleaning company who come in after the guests leave and re-do everything,,,its Fantastic !!..A vacuum cleaner and mops are also left in the apartment in case people want to clean it ( and sometimes they do..nice)..We don"t have dogs or small children in the apartment as its ONLY for a couple or business guests.......we had an 85 year old couple three weeks ago who were celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary....it was so so nice , we left 2 bottles of Champagne and a large box of Chocolates.....they Loved it................cool as ...Michael.

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    M Adamopoulou

    Oh yes Michael!!! I forgot the champagne!!! I am using my IPhone so it’s very difficult for me to go back and forth and read all the comments writing in this petit box. You see we are totally isolated. No telephone network no internet network. To tell you the truth Michael, I thought that you and Rita lived in the apartment. I also leave brooms, mops and yes sometimes guests clean up. Not only me but also my cleaning lady highly appreciate it having not to clean up a mess.
    Cheers to you and Rita!!!

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    Katerinka12

    Michael, I just noticed we have exactly the same small Buddha. I left him together with 2 other metal guys at one of the apartments. I hope the guests are not scared of them waking up in the middle of the night and seeing 3 shadows... Since they didn't mention them in their reviews ;)

    M, I have increased acidity, so no onions and bell peppers for me. I, in fact, shouldn't eat tomatoes as well (and they are really a must in Greek salad), but....it doesn't stop me to enjoy Greece without leaving the country:

    https://ibb.co/6Z9CNw3

    And we do manicure while drinking :)

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    michael beeston

    hahahahahah,,Ill come for a manicure xx and yes "M" the apartment is purely for investment..we have had 140 guests the last two years and we are almost full for April and May at this stage (great news)

    We live in a 4 bedroom house in a little place called Clear Island Waters Queensland..will send some pics early next week, the house is more like a Museum than a house hahaha.

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    michael beeston

    My office in the house with my Old Pharaoh Friend watching over me !!!!

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    michael beeston

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    michael beeston

    walking into the house at Xmas,all fun fun...

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    Reservations

    For our guests we provide unlimited internet access after they log on to our network using a simple ssid "motel rooms" with a simple password after clicking T & C they are on and using it we have 9 access points spread throughout the property with seamless handoff as they move about. The hardware is all UniFi network which also implements fair use to stop some people hogging all the bandwidth. The whole system can be manged by all staff via a simple webpage. 

    In today's travelling world WiFi and ease of access is a must ask you guests what they want and then implement the hardware is low cost and software is free. 

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    Katerinka12

    https://ibb.co/525pq9b
    My guests are saying HI :)

    And, of course, we did not forget about Maria https://ibb.co/Y75vdkG

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    fluff

    Cheers!

    I spot wine, coke, Somersby Cider and a licor I can't recognise...and then Maria's olives. 

    Happy daze ;-)

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    M Adamopoulou

    No fluff Maria’s Banana!!! ha!ha!ha!

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    M Adamopoulou

    Katerinka12 so cheerful company!!! Your guests are great... Wish you all your future guests are like that...
    Be Happy 😃

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    Juancsandoval

    Hi IlianaÑ

    I love this topic of wifi. Itis something universal, everyone get obsessed with wifi speed.

    We know that guest loves free, free so our wifi is free, it has 23 mps, no too bad.

    We provide the password and I read Samuel post, excellent idea to leave the code in the bedroom with the name of network.We change once in while the password because ournegihbor access to it.Only one router.Last year we did not have wif for 2 weeks due to a tecnical problem of our provider, immidiately guests started to cancel, they just want the service and we understand.

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    Katerinka12

    We leave the password on the router. That way they will not miss it. What if the note with password will just fall from the table or the guest will miss that door? :)

    On Airbnb there is a proper field for wifi password, it opens automatically to the guest with confirmed reservation. Nowadays young people are so technology oriented, they love those fields.

    I also include password in my welcome message to the guest. Everyone will benefit from it. Host will not be questioned for not providing password and the guest will feel safe during his trip, at least he knows he can connect to Internet if the door is closed and many do not use expensive roaming.

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