Sunday Post: Village

Interesting subject again! We have neat VILLAGES here.

This Village is very neat. Has it own shop, hospital and help for elderly people.

Although many patterns of village life have existed, the typical village was small, consisting of perhaps 5 to 30 families. Homes were situated together for sociability and defence, and land surrounding the living quarters was farmed. Traditional fishing villages were based on artisan fishing and located adjacent to fishing grounds.

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8 comments on “Sunday Post: Village

  1. I think these villages are perfect for retirement – everything you could want is all within walking distance – as well as all the medical care that you would need.

    • Yes I sure do. I grew up in a real village sometimes these big ciies and places scare me. Nobody knows anybody. The village life is different. Your are one big family there

    • Some are very good but very expensive. It is like always and everywhere- If you have the money you may get your service. Problem also is that when you invest in these villas or villages you can’t sell it for more at the end. It stays the property of the so called administrator.

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