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Eurocamp self catering type holiday and the mountain of stuff left at the end

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MaryMotherOfCheeses Sat 13-Aug-16 21:26:27

I do think if everyone did it they would never need to buy olive oil again... they must get gallons of it.

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SwedishEdith Sat 13-Aug-16 20:57:15

The staff love it have it when people do that. It's completely fine to leave it.

MaryMotherOfCheeses Sat 13-Aug-16 20:51:51

What do you do with it?

Are the campsite staff / cleaners allowed to take it? We don't usually stay with Eurocamp but you know the type of place.

We invariably have a pile of things like olive oil, balsamic, unopened orange juice, lemons... however much we try to be sensible in what we're buying, there's always stuff left over. And far too good to be thrown in a bin.

Is it a bad thing to leave it neatly on the table for campsite staff to take what they want and bin the rest? (we leave the rest of the caravan tidy and clean) We've never had any come back on this but it's just struck me it might be considered bad form.

What do you do?

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