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Dog Dispute Delivers Dispatch from Barangay Captain

Dog Dispute Delivers Dispatch from Barangay Captain

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My E-book, “The Philippines Expat Advisor”, has a section that deals with barangay captains. “Dog Dispute Delivers Dispatch from Barangay Captain” relates a recent visit we had to our own local government unit, LGU. It’s imperative that you have a good relationship with your own local “kapitan.” You never know when you might receive a summons to the local barangay hall. (more…)
Manila’s Last Honest Cab Driver?

Manila’s Last Honest Cab Driver?

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During a recent trip to Pasay City, my asawa and I might have discovered Manila's last honest cab driver. At the Stone House Hotel, our base of operations, we used taxis to travel to nearby Mall of Asia. Not one single driver would go on meter, aside from one honest soul on our last trip to MOA. (more…)
Cozy & Comfortable: Stone House Hotel Pasay

Cozy & Comfortable: Stone House Hotel Pasay

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We recently made a trip to Metro Manila. We stayed for five nights at the cozy and comfortable Stone House Hotel Pasay. Only three kilometers from the SM Mall of Asia, Stone House, doesn't offer five-star accommodations. But it does give the budget-conscious traveler great budget options for staying in Manila. (more…)
Our Water Conservation Project in the Philippines

Our Water Conservation Project in the Philippines

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Our water conservation project in the Philippines will recycle rainwater from our dirty kitchen roof along with one side of the roof from our new home. We've added a 2,000 liter stainless tank along with our former 1,000 liter tank in an effort to reduce the effects of the ongoing El Niño currently slamming the Philippines. (more…)
It’s the Day of the Dead in the Philippines

It’s the Day of the Dead in the Philippines

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It's two days before All Saints Day, or “Araw ng mgba Patay”, the celebration of the Day of the Dead as it is called in the predominantly Catholic Philippines, and observed by Catholics worldwide. My wife, her Mother, sister Alida and our niece Michelle traveled to Jordan Municipal Cemetery in Guimaras to pay our respects to relatives that have long since left this earthly domain.  (more…)