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I'm DONE with these VISA policies!!! CEBU here I come!!

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5 minutes ago, SteveK said:

YES - it's not just me! The wife has been boiling a cauldron of pig guts this morning - it smells absolutely awful, I had to go out. In the evening they all sit around eating bowls of cold brown slime with grey pieces of meat floating in it - bones, sinews, fat and skin still attached.

my wife's speciality are weird fish from 5 miles down in the ocean, with eyes and gills where they shouldn't be and the tentacles of a Hollywood alien.  They smell awful too, but she is confined to cooking and eating outside when these monsters come here. 

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3 minutes ago, simon43 said:

My Issan ex #2 used to give me raw buffalo placenta as a special dish.... 

must have been love. 

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7 minutes ago, SteveK said:

YES - it's not just me! The wife has been boiling a cauldron of pig guts this morning - it smells absolutely awful, I had to go out. In the evening they all sit around eating bowls of cold brown slime with grey pieces of meat floating in it - bones, sinews, fat and skin still attached. It's utterly rancid.

and then she kisses you afterwards!!😂

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30 minutes ago, Traubert said:

Rest assured, she's either got four kids or balls like a buffalo.

 

or both

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2 hours ago, kellersphuket said:

shes younger and hotter than my ex wife. makes my ex look like a sack o spuds!

The big surprize will be when you unpack her. A chick with a di...you name it. 

 

Have a safe trip and good luck with learning Tagalogish! 

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3 minutes ago, Pilotman said:

or both

Plus a whole family that wants to go to Europe, America, Australia, or New Zealand. Innit? 

 

 

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22 minutes ago, SteveK said:

 

Food is a moot point seeing as I cook my own.

 

 

How to manage that?

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The thing about the flip chicks is they really, really want to leave PI. Have fun, write when you can.

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1 minute ago, SteveK said:

Well what I usually do is go to the supermarket and buy some food. Then come home, unpack it and put it in the cupboards and fridge. Then, when I am hungry, I take out the ingredients I need and cook my meal. Then I eat it. Afterwards I wash my plates and cutlery and clean up any mess.

Ok you could have just said i have an apartment with a full kitchen. Most of the apartment i have seen do not have a functioning kitchen.

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2 hours ago, kellersphuket said:

what???

 

having to report your presence to immigration everytime you return home from an overnight trip to another town is beyond ludicrous. enjoy it though yeah.

I used to think that but it turns out it is not the case. If you are on a long term visa, mine is a working one, then the 90 day report is enough as long as you return to your reported address. I just had a weekend in Isan staying in a homestay. My Thai friend booked us in so as far as immigration knows I wasn't there. Even trips abroad should not really be a problem. An officer at Jomtien immigration told me "no need to report every time, just do 90 report as normal".

That said, I think the Philippines and Cebu are a far better location than the land of smiles. Two pluses are, you can have an in-depth conversation with a Pinoy and, for us Brits, the state pension increases are not frozen as they are if you live in Thailand and, as the supermarket advert goes 'every little helps'!

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4 minutes ago, SteveK said:

Well what I usually do is go to the supermarket and buy some food. Then come home, unpack it and put it in the cupboards and fridge. Then, when I am hungry, I take out the ingredients I need and cook my meal. Then I eat it. Afterwards I wash my plates and cutlery and clean up any mess.

What? I mean didn't you get married? I let my wife do that, the kitchen is only there for her.

 

  It's a fair deal, I make the money and she keeps the house clean, washes clothes, etc..

 

 

 

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