Pleased you've noticed that, are we losing our sense of humour or wa!Lotte wrote:Couldn't agree more Bruce - but that's not what this / my post was all about.
Just having a bit of a laugh at Pato's intolerance!!!!
There wasn't any mention of anything racial, I'm more than happy to discuss that issue, but surely its another topic!!!
Blimey.....you don't have to say too much on here do you!!
(2) It should also save the natural ecosystem from being trampled on by walkers, dodge the snakes.
(3) Keeping someone employed during the low season, which should be ongoing with maintenance.
(4) Probably paid for with local taxes, european grants, tourism grants. I suppose they could have put turnstiles along its length where you could "pay as you walk", that would lighten the load on the locals.
These are just my ideas of the reasons for the boardwalk being built, no doubt there may be others. It's there, enjoy.