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  1. #3598

    Marco Polo closing

    News reports are saying Marco Polo Davao will close its doors indefinitely, effective June 15th. Lots of us have many good memories there. It's really sad for all the people who work there. Lots of governments and businesses have tough choices ahead.

  2. #3597
    Quote Originally Posted by EngineDriver  [View Original Post]
    I often wonder what those erudite, French speaking Filipinos will do for food, now that the fine restaurants serving haute French cuisine have closed. Shit, those octogenarian expats with marshmallow cocks who ran those joints in that backwater can't even leave the house.
    Just to allay your fears, and in response to your obvious concern for the wellbeing of Davao-based Francophiles, the supply of French wines remains robust and easily accessible. Though restaurants remain closed for dine-in clients, most restaurants, including those serving la cuisine franšaise are open for delivery services. One does the best one can under such trying circumstances but noblesse oblige.

    GE.

  3. #3596

    Ljs

    Quote Originally Posted by EngineDriver  [View Original Post]
    I often wonder what those erudite, French speaking Filipinos will do for food, now that the fine restaurants serving haute French cuisine have closed. Shit, those octogenarian expats with marshmallow cocks who ran those joints in that backwater can't even leave the house.

    I suspect those upper crust locals won't starve. They will go back to eating rice and sardines, washed down with Red Horse, like they did many years ago before white man arrived.
    That seems like a Treasure Island / Long Johns' Silver diet. What did they use for flavoring or dare I ask? If there is no French wine, I can't see myself making the trip. The Philippines seems too risky anyway as it all depends what Duterte might do from one second to the next.

  4. #3595

    The Troubles Ahead

    Quote Originally Posted by EngineDriver  [View Original Post]
    I would think it is far too early for you to be planning any mongering holidays to the Philippines. No one has any idea what the world will look like in 6 months time. We do not know what laws will exist regarding movement of people, airlines and hotels might close for good, and LBFMs might move permanently to the provinces. Everyone is expecting major economic chaos, even if some of the restrictions are lifted once the Wuhan virus is under control. Many financial experts believe world stockmarkets will crash once the full economic impact is digested.

    Best to keep your money. In any case, if the situation improves next year, you don't need much planning to get to Flipsville, apart from packing a pair of flip flops. I was going to say packing a couple of boxes of condoms, but then realized that was totally stupid as all the action is BBFSCIP or BBFSCIA. Hahahahahaha.
    Yes. The worst is yet to come. Mongers are better off saving their powder for the hardships ahead. Virologists are predicting an even larger death count for the Reaper in winter, as the Wuhan virus and influenza will tag team the geriatrics with fatal effects during the second wave of the pandemic.

    When the economic disaster strikes, septuagenarian mongers in academia will be the first to go as the jackbooted feminist chancellors will dismiss those male dinosaurs in favor of retaining female faculty members. Many will find themselves getting an early involuntary retirement just when they can least afford it. Retirement to Flipsville to root young hookers with asymptomatic cases of the Wuhan bat virus will be suicide at that point.

    The world is still largely in the denial stage when it comes to the economic, political, and social consequences that are coming in the wake of the virus. Mongers will find the thought of BBFSCIP, BBBJCIM, and BBFSCIA frivolous compared to the troubles they shall soon see.

  5. #3594
    Quote Originally Posted by DzikaBomba  [View Original Post]
    I'm ready with my Sex-vacation planing for 2020 and it will be 2 x Cebu (Mai / June and again in November).

    I'm thinking of going to Davao for a few days in between, but I'm considering if its worth it?

    Are the Online Girls there are also open minded like in Cebu? And good availability?

    And can please someone recommend me an guestfreindly Hotel in Davao up to about 35 $. Without ID Checks would be great.
    I would think it is far too early for you to be planning any mongering holidays to the Philippines. No one has any idea what the world will look like in 6 months time. We do not know what laws will exist regarding movement of people, airlines and hotels might close for good, and LBFMs might move permanently to the provinces. Everyone is expecting major economic chaos, even if some of the restrictions are lifted once the Wuhan virus is under control. Many financial experts believe world stockmarkets will crash once the full economic impact is digested.

    Best to keep your money. In any case, if the situation improves next year, you don't need much planning to get to Flipsville, apart from packing a pair of flip flops. I was going to say packing a couple of boxes of condoms, but then realized that was totally stupid as all the action is BBFSCIP or BBFSCIA. Hahahahahaha.

  6. #3593
    Quote Originally Posted by ChochaMonger  [View Original Post]
    You would have a hard time tracking down a bottle of Madeira Bastardo in that godforsaken backwater of Davao. The locals are not exactly connoisseurs of fine wines and the expats can only afford Night Train.
    I often wonder what those erudite, French speaking Filipinos will do for food, now that the fine restaurants serving haute French cuisine have closed. Shit, those octogenarian expats with marshmallow cocks who ran those joints in that backwater can't even leave the house.

    I suspect those upper crust locals won't starve. They will go back to eating rice and sardines, washed down with Red Horse, like they did many years ago before white man arrived.

  7. #3592
    Quote Originally Posted by PedroMorales  [View Original Post]
    Chateau Lafite Rothschild will probably take a hot. Maybe Medeira fortified wine will do the trick. It worked for the British against cholera and so on. I doubt either Chateau Lafite Rothschild or Red Horse will do the trick.
    You would have a hard time tracking down a bottle of Madeira Bastardo in that godforsaken backwater of Davao. The locals are not exactly connoisseurs of fine wines and the expats can only afford Night Train.

  8. #3591

    Chateau Lafite Rothschild

    Quote Originally Posted by ChochaMonger  [View Original Post]
    Well, so much for the Pig Meat Festivals in that backwater. Do you think your favorite bagel shop will still be around in 2021? How many geriatric expats succumbed to the deathly Wuhan bat virus in the city? With their passing there will be no more fine dining complete with bottles of Chateau Lafite Rothschild.
    Chateau Lafite Rothschild will probably take a hot. Maybe Medeira fortified wine will do the trick. It worked for the British against cholera and so on. I doubt either Chateau Lafite Rothschild or Red Horse will do the trick.

  9. #3590
    Quote Originally Posted by PedroMorales  [View Original Post]
    It seems Davao is off the map until New Year.
    Well, so much for the Pig Meat Festivals in that backwater. Do you think your favorite bagel shop will still be around in 2021? How many geriatric expats succumbed to the deathly Wuhan bat virus in the city? With their passing there will be no more fine dining complete with bottles of Chateau Lafite Rothschild.

  10. #3589

    No more Sex Until 2021 or later

    It seems Davao is off the map until New Year.
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  11. #3588

    Online Freelancer in Davao

    I'm ready with my Sex-vacation planing for 2020 and it will be 2 x Cebu (Mai / June and again in November).

    I'm thinking of going to Davao for a few days in between, but I'm considering if its worth it?

    Are the Online Girls there are also open minded like in Cebu? And good availability?

    And can please someone recommend me an guestfreindly Hotel in Davao up to about 35 $. Without ID Checks would be great.

  12. #3587
    Yes, mine was a pre-quake post. I think that two of the three buildings have been evacuated, so it's not longer a viable possibility.

    GE.

    Quote Originally Posted by HotForever  [View Original Post]
    Additional info:

    Seems Magellanes was affected by the recent earthquakes.

    Found this in an ad, when looking for apartments:

    "The unit is in Loredo building, which has not been condemned or had use restricted as a result of the recent earthquakes"

  13. #3586
    Quote Originally Posted by GoodEnough  [View Original Post]
    ... I've had several friends who have rented condos on Magallanes (sp,) St. And have been quite satisfied with them. ...
    GE.
    Additional info:

    Seems Magellanes was affected by the recent earthquakes.

    Found this in an ad, when looking for apartments:

    "The unit is in Loredo building, which has not been condemned or had use restricted as a result of the recent earthquakes"

  14. #3585
    Quote Originally Posted by GoodEnough  [View Original Post]
    DBK has excellent hot roast beef with the trimmings. For your sandwich, you'll have to go to Swiss Deli, about a 20 minute drive away.

    GE.
    KG, keep in mind, while he does have a very good menu, that he is also happy to accommodate reasonable requests. If he has the ingredients etc he will do his best to fulfill what you have asked for.

    Enjoy. G.

  15. #3584
    Quote Originally Posted by KabulGuy  [View Original Post]
    Good dead cow is hard to get here. Might have to drive down to Davao to check it out.

    I really miss a good roast beef, how with mashed potatoes, gravy and veggies or cold in a rye bread sandwich with hot mustard.
    DBK has excellent hot roast beef with the trimmings. For your sandwich, you'll have to go to Swiss Deli, about a 20 minute drive away.

    GE.

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