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PHILIPPINES III: Dinuguan Anyone?

 
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Feb 25, 2014 12:48 |  #3346

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beauties mr perry :)


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Feb 25, 2014 12:49 |  #3347

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I wished I had my telephoto in Coron, plenty of birds, king fishers and this type of hawk, shot at 105mm, and copped almost 80%
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mr tony, next time i'm in pinas i will definitely bring my telephoto lens. i will not go home unless i have pictures of philippine birds, kahit maya :)


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Feb 25, 2014 12:52 |  #3348

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Yes Marlon, I only said it because you and I are having the same weather condition. I haven't seen green grass since October:lol:

Marlon this photo is something I would see hanging from some rich peoples home. Love the compo.

approve! i think mr jun have a picture like this in his living room :)


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Feb 25, 2014 19:47 |  #3349

jodelak wrote in post #16716679 (external link)
approve! i think mr jun have a picture like this in his living room :)

At the risk of sounding like I am bragging. I do belong to the Thousanaires club.

That's why I can afford this (external link) on my living room wall. Along with a giant wooden spoon & fork on each side.


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Feb 25, 2014 21:16 |  #3350

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At the risk of sounding like I am bragging. I do belong to the Thousanaires club.

That's why I can afford this (external link) on my living room wall. Along with a giant wooden spoon & fork on each side.

lol, we have this in our basement before :). priceless.

the giant spoon and fork are must haves, i remember most of the houses of my relatives have these. not sure if these was because of a belief or tradition :)


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Feb 25, 2014 21:46 |  #3351

jodelak wrote in post #16717860 (external link)
lol, we have this in our basement before :). priceless.

the giant spoon and fork are must haves, i remember most of the houses of my relatives have these. not sure if these was because of a belief or tradition :)

The giant spoon and fork we have that too in our province plus the different types of bolos from Mindanao that are put together formed like a badge.


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Feb 25, 2014 22:22 |  #3352

jodelak wrote in post #16717860 (external link)
lol, we have this in our basement before :). priceless.

the giant spoon and fork are must haves, i remember most of the houses of my relatives have these. not sure if these was because of a belief or tradition :)

Peter2516 wrote in post #16717917 (external link)
The giant spoon and fork we have that too in our province plus the different types of bolos from Mindanao that are put together formed like a badge.

I think for us from abroad. When we visit our relatives back home. We bring pasalubong and in return they think of ways to return the favour. In my case, we've been away for so long that I think they really don't know what to give us. So they think of neutral gifts. I think this is one of those "safe" gifts. For me I think it's a sign of Pilipino pride. I remember one time, we were given a set made of Kapiz. I had to hand carry it.


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Feb 25, 2014 23:38 |  #3353

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I think for us from abroad. When we visit our relatives back home. We bring pasalubong and in return they think of ways to return the favour. In my case, we've been away for so long that I think they really don't know what to give us. So they think of neutral gifts. I think this is one of those "safe" gifts. For me I think it's a sign of Pilipino pride. I remember one time, we were given a set made of Kapiz. I had to hand carry it.

I agree sir Jun. Yan ang pinoy kahit naghihirap gusto pa ring magpasalamat kahit sa konting regalo man lang. :)


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Feb 25, 2014 23:38 |  #3354

Thanks for looking.

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Feb 25, 2014 23:42 |  #3355

Visit Coron and buy some of the nice wood carvings by the Tagbanuas
have this town in your next Philippines itinerary

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CYBC Coron youth beach club
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Banol beach
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the boatman cooking aft the boat on charcoal fueled stove, this time he cooked ini haw na liempo, lobsters, two types of fish including surahan, clams, squids, lato sea weed, veggies- kangkong
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Feb 25, 2014 23:50 |  #3356

boat of the Tagbanuas

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Feb 26, 2014 11:43 |  #3357

mr tony, how much do you think is the average daily expenses, including hotel (but not those 5 star hotels, if there are any)? thanks.


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Feb 26, 2014 11:45 |  #3358

beautiful! you are so lucky. the female anna's dominated my feeder this winter, pretty much driving 2 more females and 1 male away.


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Feb 26, 2014 11:48 |  #3359

Peter2516 wrote in post #16718089 (external link)
I agree sir Jun. Yan ang pinoy kahit naghihirap gusto pa ring magpasalamat kahit sa konting regalo man lang. :)

agree! if you guys watch eat bulaga's foreignoy or foreignoy, sometimes the guys or gals say stuff that are cheesy, or corny, or they make sipsip so they will win. but a lot of the things they say are true. i honestly believe that in the right circumstances, the pinoys have the biggest heart in the world :).


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Feb 26, 2014 19:12 |  #3360

jodelak wrote in post #16719366 (external link)
mr tony, how much do you think is the average daily expenses, including hotel (but not those 5 star hotels, if there are any)? thanks.

hotels not 5 Star is about $75/nt. Boat tour is$15-$20/person or $50-$75/boat/day; entrance is $5/site or $20/day/person; food is about $30-$50/person/day. Personal tour guide is $12/day/group.
5 star resorts- 2 season runs from $700- $1300/nt; Club Paradise is $300-$600/nt.
Plane fare PAL from Manila is max $250 round trip. Reantal s for snorkel, mask, fins, etc...dont know since I brought my own gears.


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