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  1. #18167

    This Could Be The Last Time 4

    Pool, brunch, snooze, net, nut. Same routine winkles out Josefa, 34 yr old 'massage therapist.' OK, on with the pro show haha. She is crash hot keen to come over. Small and compact, less chubby than I like and a small set of pert tits. Hard bodied, though, in good nick, very good English compared to any of the earlier lasses. Likes the gym, she says. Yeah, I bet. Pump classes. Her main distinguishing feature was a set of little angel wings tattooed on her shoulder blades. Hmmmm, didn't know what to think about that. Not to worry, soon had her on reverse cowgirl after she had gone down on me for about half an hour. Jo worked her twat well, like an internal massage machine. I creamed her muscly love tunnel, and she then flipped me over and gave me a solid massage alright. After, she lit up a ciggie and plonked down to watch TV. What the hell? I bided my time, and then offered her prime erect Aussie sausage roll. She twigged immediately and delivered a very very good BBBJ, t-bag, rim job, fist pump and swallow. Got dressed, put her hand out for cash, and skipped out of the room. Day 4, could I want more?

    Well, my break was over. I used DIA all the way and realised I had played quite the generation game; 19,26, 34, 43. Full satisfaction from a host of lbfms. Two good-sized chubbies and some lovely boobs among them. Blew a ton of cum load. Later that week I was back on the terrace up on the Qld Shine coast and a long view down the beach. Now, how would it be to have Maribeth here, butt-naked, oiled up and stropping mulligan to vinegar stroke as I gurgled down a mineral? I have texted her a couple of times. No answer.

    All that was 6 months ago and look where we are now. When next can I expect to ride in one of those old white taxis out of Aquino Airport and straight into some warm and welcoming pinay pudenda? Oh, the loss.

  2. #18166
    Quote Originally Posted by Goferring  [View Original Post]
    I've been bombarded with offers from Agoda to prebook heavily discounted rooms in cities that I regularly visit.

    It's always pay up front, non refundable and use anytime in the next 18 months when travel bans are lifted. Generally 70 to 80% discounts.

    I don't even know if half of these hotels will still be around next week, let alone next year. I was fortunate to have all my cancelled rooms and flights refunded when the virus shattered my plans but I'm not about to try my luck a second time.

    Enjoy. G.
    It is good you have some sense. I heard some hotels asking for deposit via credit card and pay at hotel. Problem is deposit is for full stay and actually runs through your statement. Reversal, if it ever comes, is at end of hotel stay. In plain English, you pay double for the length of your stay.

    The Forbes article again beats up on "foreign" companies while not looking at US domestic transgressions. The Chinese students have great credit limits on their credit cards. If the max price is USD3,000 and he buys 10 tickets, that is USD30,000 max on his credit card for 2 months. Multiply that by a wide body heat, 300, by number of flights at day to Asian destinations. Free money for United regardless of what consumer protection laws say. It is bad to be part of that tribe.

  3. #18165

    This Could Be The Last Time 3

    Next morning, I sent them on their way. I was impatient for some variety and paid them out. I was a tad sorry about Maribeth, but I was fair dinkum see* hungry and wanted to play field. Morning by the pool, decent brunch, a snooze and I would trawl the net and see what happened. I was horny going down to the pool, because I had picked up a grand girl poolside there on a previous trip, but not today. That arvo on DIA I came across Celine, 38 yrs. Great pic online. Lovely smooth brown long-ish face, hair up and gorgeous ruby red rouged lips, nice plump kissable lips too. I fancied them on the job downstairs, so chatted her up. After a while mucking around, she works out I am serious and can't quite believe I have invited over to my hotel that day. She tells me she is just a poor washer woman, no education and was I sure I wanted to meet? Get your dark little twat over here! I said. Down in the foyer, she is sitting there, dark-skinned and lips redder than red, in a faded pink dress, really tight across a set of massive bazookas. A cheap pair of crummy shoes hiding hard feet. Def poor, alright. Upstairs, disrobed, her huge tits hang down like a pair of eggplants and I suck on her almost black nipples as she gives me a handjob. My seed pods are a-tingle as we start fucking every which way, for quite a long time and finally she cowgirls me, slow and steady, with one arm back ever so lightly tickling my balls. I methodically humped and leaked a load up into her. Hmmm, not bad. Kind of strange. Celine is very quiet. We get a second one off later in the shower, she is doubled-over and I can really hit her GSpot, and finger fuck her rubbery a- hole. We both cum at about the same time, and she puts on a good show of sighing and gasping. Well done. I am finished for the day, though, and pack Celine off late in the night after she devoured a sizeable room service steak. She also fessed up to being 43, and with a kid and grand kid! Day 3, well into the spree.

  4. #18164
    Quote Originally Posted by Goferring  [View Original Post]
    I've been bombarded with offers from Agoda to prebook heavily discounted rooms in cities that I regularly visit.

    It's always pay up front, non refundable and use anytime in the next 18 months when travel bans are lifted. Generally 70 to 80% discounts.

    ....
    I am not going to book or even plan any travel until I have a reasonable belief that I will be able to make my trip uninterrupted.

  5. #18163
    Quote Originally Posted by Bushes  [View Original Post]
    FYI, on travel bookings.

    From Forbes.

    21,619 views Apr 28,2020, 05:28 pm EDT.

    Beware Airlines Selling Tickets For Flights That Will Never Take Off.
    I've been bombarded with offers from Agoda to prebook heavily discounted rooms in cities that I regularly visit.

    It's always pay up front, non refundable and use anytime in the next 18 months when travel bans are lifted. Generally 70 to 80% discounts.

    I don't even know if half of these hotels will still be around next week, let alone next year. I was fortunate to have all my cancelled rooms and flights refunded when the virus shattered my plans but I'm not about to try my luck a second time.

    Enjoy. G.

  6. #18162
    FYI, on travel bookings.

    From Forbes.

    21,619 views Apr 28,2020, 05:28 pm EDT.

    Beware Airlines Selling Tickets For Flights That Will Never Take Off.

    Tamara ThiessenContributor.

    Travel.

    If you happen to be a member of the currently favourite tribe to beat up and persecute, here is what someone forwarded to me.

    Chinese students stuck in the US suspect airlines of cash grab as tickets advertised 'for flights that will never take off'.

    Many Chinese students in the US looking to return home amid Covid-19 are stuck in a loop of bookings, cancellations and battles to get refunds.

    A United Airlines flight attendant says he has seen flights available for booking that were not included on flight schedules and had no crew assigned.

    Topic Coronavirus pandemic.

    Tamara Thiessen.

    Tamara Thiessen.

    Published: 5:00 am, 21 May, 2020.

    Updated: 6:53 am, 21 May, 2020.

    Why you can trust SCMP.

    United had always been bad on disappearing flights even before this year. I had fallen into those traps before. The silver tongued Numoz really down plays any problems. Like recently packed planes and passengers not wearing masks on flights. It is their culture.

    I feel sorry for those kids. Here is the full article from SCMP.

    Shuo Fang is sitting nervously in his student accommodation in Davis in the US state of California, waiting to see if he will be able to board his flight to Shanghai, China, on May 26.

    The 22-year-old university student has bought several tickets in recent months in the scramble to flee the coronavirus pandemic.

    In the US for the relative safety of home. Every one of those flights, bar the upcoming one so far has been cancelled, he says.

    Like many other Chinese students in the US, Shuo has faced an uphill battle with airlines to get a refund on those fares.

    Studying statistics at the University of California, Davis, Shuo is one of many Chinese students in the US who have been stuck in a loop of bookings and flight cancellations.

    Some have bought nine airline tickets or more, he says, and they feel that the withheld refunds are being used in a deliberate cash grab to keep airlines afloat. Some US carriers continue to sell tickets for routes that have been closed during April and May because of China's travel bans and flight restrictions.

    Shuo says many of his student friends have been running around in circles since April trying to buy flights, then getting refunds. "I know airlines are not flying right now, but they are selling tickets, so you just have to bet on it," he says. "What choice do we have?

    There were an estimated 370,000 Chinese students in the US in the 2018-19 academic year, according to the latest figures available from the Institute of International Education, though the number has fallen in the current academic year.

    Many have rushed to escape the Covid-19 situation in the US, where more than 93,000 related deaths have now been recorded.

    "You actually give up hope of ever getting the refunds. It's not fair, because the United Airlines website keeps saying the refund request is 'unprocessed' Shuo says.

    "Before I got a refund I had no choice but to go ahead and buy another ticket. What are you meant to do? Your flight has again been cancelled, you want to get home. Many people are in the same boat. ".

    "I have now been refunded for three flights, but only after waiting four to six weeks. And being left up in the air on the status of my refunds. The airline never until this day contacted me about the cancellations. ".

    A United Airlines.

    Flight attendant based in San Francisco, who requests anonymity because he is not authorised to speak to the media, says he has seen airlines selling tickets "for flights that will never take off" since the onset of lockdowns in US amid the outbreak.

    "I think it's wrongdoing on the airline's part," he says by phone. "I feel terrible for travellers who got stuck overseas and have to pay for multiple tickets wishing one of them actually works. It's not just United Airlines who is guilty of this; Delta, American are the same.

    "This whole story started after United suspended flights to China, initially until April 24. A friend contacted me about his flight to Shanghai for May 19, a ticket he bought early in April. He was concerned his flight would be cancelled and that he wouldn't be able to get a cash refund to book and pay for another flight.

    "After checking the status, I could see from the flight schedule the company had uploaded for crew that there were no China flights on that date.

    "Then I noticed that no pilots or flight attendants were assigned to that trip at all. As a matter of fact, the flight wasn't even included on the May flight plan from the outset."

    The flight attendant says that staff memos and flight schedules shared with crew members point to discrepancies between routes offered to the public and those United actually plans to operate.

    "At that point I checked our internal booking system, and was shocked to see the May 19 flight SFO to PVG San Francisco to Shanghai still there. That means travellers could still book that flight, even though it was not included in staff flight schedules."

    It gives the impression United has been intentionally selling seats on "phantom flights" with planes that are not planned to ever take off, he says. "On May 2, for example, you could still book June flights from SFO to PVG even though that is not on our internal flight plan.

    "Even though our CEO, Oscar Munoz who this week steps aside to become executive chairman, has told us in a memo we will be down 90 per cent on scheduled flights in June, as for May, somehow you can still buy tickets to Shanghai, Singapore, London, Beijing. Yet in our bid packets a computer program for crew scheduling for May, the only two routes operating from our San Fran hub are to Tokyo Narita and Sydney."

    United's website is selling tickets for the San Francisco-Shanghai route every day from May 29. United told employees in a memo in early May it would "pencil in four China routes in the June schedule".

    Those routes include San Francisco to Beijing, Chengdu and Shanghai Pudong, and Newark to Shanghai, with some tickets selling for US $3,200 one way. "We continue to work out the feasibility of restarting passenger service to China," the memo says.

    Yet since March 29, China's Civil Aviation Administration has limited operations to one passenger flight per week.

    Into China from any specific country.

    United Airlines has yet to respond to a request for comment on these matters, more than a week after email inquiries were sent by the Post.

    "For United, as with other airlines currently offering flights to places that are in lockdown, maybe they are betting on the lockdown being over before the plane takes off," says the United flight attendant. "Airlines are therefore guaranteed to have passengers ready to board as soon as the lockdown is lifted."

    If lockdowns aren't lifted in time, he says, flights will just be cancelled, with any withheld refunds providing a money bank to cash-strapped airlines.

    "Meanwhile they still have their much needed cash revenue, and technically, no regulations can prohibit them doing so for as long as they have those flight landing slots and route licences to operate.

    "So it's just a win-win situation for airlines. But I do think they should be more transparent and tell passengers those flight schedules may change due to Covid-19. There are no such warnings when you book. The bottom line is, most people think if airlines are selling the tickets, the plane will take off, but in reality there are some flights here that are just never going to take off."

    The United crew member hopes travellers will be able to sue airlines for "misrepresenting, and for damage caused by knowingly selling flights that will be cancelled".

    For his part, statistics student Shuo is not confident of finally boarding that plane home this month.

    "I heard already that maybe United will not open that route until after May," he says. "I don't know if the flight will actually take off, but I must try. I am aware of the airline situation, I know they are not flying right now. Maybe some routes will reopen. But we don't want to give up. So we just pay for the future. ".

    Three days after talking to the Post, Shuo got in contact to say his May 26 flight had also been cancelled. Did the airline tell him? "No, I checked on their website myself. Maybe the next flight is May 28."

    Maybe, but Shuo hasn't yet plucked up the courage to rebook.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bushes  [View Original Post]
    YMMV. I find different. Even in US. In the good old days, AMEX was fantastic. Worldwide. But nowadays, they are the pretty

    much same as their competitors. Maybe just a little better.

    My caution is don't prepay if you can or use a credit card guarantee that you might need to spend time resolving.

    Even on cards with built in insurance, it will take time and money to get your money back if you ever do. With Airplane tickets are are stuck. You need to pay upfront. If the airline cancels your flight, you might be moved to a different flight automatically. But getting cash back even in the best of times is time consuming and expensive.

    YMMV. I don't care what you do. I am just sharing my experience.

  7. #18161

    This Could be the last time 2

    It surprises me that at 62 and with 5 months of yakka behind me and no sex, as soon as I had put one away, I got hornier and hornier. I could root anything, and the whole rest of that trip my libido stirred itself up, and I looked at each and every woman as a potential fuck.

    Anyways, I slept like a Trojan and woke with a raging hard on. It is fair to say Maribeth rose to the occasion. With woody sprung, I rolled on top and started on the job. I was going to give it her, and give it hard. Maribeth responded in kind, she met every pump with physical vigour and we were soon bonking like crazy all over the bed. She was some gal. I could feel a huge cum building, and pulled out and unloaded all over her quivering chubby brown belly and big tits. Ah, the very definition of morning glory. We were getting on fine. The rest of the day was GFE, and Maribeth took me to Mall of Asia where we had a real tasty adobo. I was able to explain my project to her and she didn't hesitate to call up her 19 yr old cousin Susie who met us that evening at the hotel. We are talking young, dark and CHUBBY, much to my taste, but also kinda dumb and non-communicative. Cut short, I felt like I was fucking a cup of Aeroplane jelly and she just lay there in unresponsive starfish mode. I pulled out, feeling pissed off and told Maribeth we needed to show her how it was done. MB presented herself doggy and I had another feast at the hairy why. Fucking Maribeth doggy was very good and she twerked like a trooper, then, feeling my rising dander, she barked some Tagalog and Susie jumped over, lay her cheek on MB's ample brown buttock, opened her mouth wide and batted her eyelids at me, aaw, how romantic. Hehe. I obliged, pulling out and hosing my cum shot in to Susie's moist and willing suck hole. She then sat up, opened her gob and let cum and saliva drip out and down her fat norks and bulging coffee-coloured belly, looking me directly in the eye the while. Not a bad piece of porn there I had to admit. Susie was a quick study and came across with a more animated fuck later. We laid some good pipe while I sucked MB's lovely boobies. Day two, cum and gone.

  8. #18160

    This Could be The Last Time.

    I Don't Know. A report pre-Covid.

    After 5 months hard slog in the consultancy caper, and no poontang (it was time to shout myself.

    Simple plan. A few days in MTown, early December 19, cozied up in a comfy hotel, chubbies at the ready and blow load! Having weaned myself off the alco sauce over 2 years, I was going to forego the Manila bar scene and concentrate solely on internet see* hunt. I actually thought it might be some blessing to NOTstep one foot out of my bayside 5 star. I started pipelining 10 days out, and had lined up the delightfully chunky Maribeth, 26 yrs, for adventure #1. She presented very well online; dressed as an office professional, good attention to an understated make-up routine, and was a little coy, but also a little suggestive, so she had my chain.

    Met her for coffee and cake in the foyer, and soon established we were Go! On the way up in the lift she grabbed my cock and balls and cracked me a huge grin. O! Coy! Haha I made a note to later coat her perfect pearly whites with man tube toothpaste. Undressed, I saw Bush through her flimsy white knickers, and in a flash I was munching on salty bearded clam and rogering her back passage knuckle-deep with my middle finger. We reverted to missionary and I fucked her hard and deep as she lay legs splayed wide open and meaty thighs cushioning my thrusts. I came with an almighty roar, and she expertly tweaked my nipples hard on the vinegar stroke. I pumped her until I was completely drained and my cods were about half the size they had been, swollen with anticipation as they were, when I had stepped off the plane. It was a great way to throw off the celibacy of the last 5 months. Of course, she was a highly proficient working girl, as she demonstrated a coupla hours later with a fine display of below-the-belt mouth and tongue work, going the full suck and swallow in the jacuzzi. Thank You, Manila! Day One, done and dusted.

  9. #18159
    Quote Originally Posted by Beavis  [View Original Post]
    The PRA heavily requested that the ban on SRRV holders be lifted but to no avail. They promote that visa so hard and now it is nothing more than a tourist visa where you have to put a big deposit in one of their banks. .....
    I am still glad that I have my SRRV. It made my claim of being a non resident of Canada for tax purposes bullet proof. In 3 years here I have saved about 6 to 8 times my deposit in Canadian taxes. Even on my Canadian sourced income, I am paying less tax than I would have as a Canadian resident. (Only about $CDN 100 but that still pays for a honey for a night or two.).

    I get 1% interest on my deposit less 30% for Philippine taxes so effectively 0. 7% interest. HSBC pays zero interest on my USD account.

    There are other reasons than Philippine based ones for having an SRRV, but without the Canadian tax implications it really is just a 3 year easily renewable tourist visa.

  10. #18158

    Change of plans. . . .

    Oh well, I had to cancel my Manila plans because Cebu City change from suppose to be MECQ to GCQ, so since both Manila and Cebu City have Canadian embassy / consulate and both are in GCQ starting today, I rather go to Cebu City since is closer to Negros where I am right now.

    I know that there has been alot of stories that you guys also mention here about people getting stuck someplace, but all those stories come during ECQ, I will never travel to another city and even worse to another province during ECQ.

    I will only travel because is GCQ, and because they will open the Canadian embassy / consulate on June 1st, and because I have something important to do there, unless of course the mayor of Cebu City change the guidelines which is exactly what he did today.

    So from this new guidelines I will only be able to travel to Cebu City by Section 15 CV: "Persons going to the airport for travel abroad. ".

    Well, I'm hoping it can apply to me, I will need to find out in the terminal with the CERES buses (maybe ask the soldiers there), that my flight going to Canada is in July from Cebu City (I have proof, I have my airplane ticket already), so I'm going there a month in advance to wait for my flight there. I'm hoping they might let me. The only other option will be to wait until June 15, when they will hopefully change the guidelines and they will allow province traveling. If everything goes to plan they should change from GCQ to MGCQ which should hopefully allow provincial traveling.

  11. #18157
    Quote Originally Posted by SteveNash  [View Original Post]
    So I'm looking for a 4 to 5 nights hotel / condo / airbnb accomodation.
    I don't know about airbnb or condos for rent.

    But today I came along Ayala Triangle and the Peninsular hotel. The hotel was still completely dead and no signs of any activity. No way that it'll open any time soon.

  12. #18156
    The PRA heavily requested that the ban on SRRV holders be lifted but to no avail. They promote that visa so hard and now it is nothing more than a tourist visa where you have to put a big deposit in one of their banks. Granted you don't have to deal with the BI every 59 days and it is slightly cheaper than paying for extensions but it will take a long time for it to be financially advantageous. Many SRRV holders are considering cancelling their visa once this crap is over. The SRRV holders that are stranded out of country should be really pissed. If I had it to do over I would not have gotten an SRRV. It is now basically a pretty stamp in your passport.

    The quarantine rules are just insane. With the locals given the authority to implement their own restrictions it is impossible to know what is allowed / needed / required. On an upper note at least the Filipinos aren't burning down cities and looting everywhere in a demand for justice. So crazy as it may be being stuck here isn't so bad.

    Quote Originally Posted by KabulGuy  [View Original Post]
    As far as I know the borders are still closed to incoming travelers with limited exceptions. That is returning citizens, permanent residents, spouses and dependents and diplomats. SRRV is NOT considered a permanent resident so if you have an SRRV and are out of the country you cannot return.

    Provincial travel is still limited and will still be limited under GCQ. You need a reason to travel or fly inter island. That would have to be work, medical or other essential reason.

    Unfortunately the local governments are, out of fear, imposing their own rules on lots of things. I am on another board, general living not mongering, and people there are reporting some pretty strict and changing travel rules. For example they were only allowed to leave home every 3 days, now changed to once a week, Some have day of travel restriction. In one case they can leave M-W-F but the next banguay with the grocery stores and medical facilities only allows people in on T-T-S.

    To be blunt, implementation and enforcement of the quarantine, all levels, is a confusing mess of local rules and local interpretation of the national rules.

    By "private ferry" I meant a local fisherman in the middle of the night landing on the beaches in isolated places, not a regular charter going from one port to another at high noon.

  13. #18155
    Quote Originally Posted by WickedRoger  [View Original Post]
    .....
    It is not flying from GCQ to GCQ it is can you enter the country and get a tourist visa or not without going through what the locals must go through? I doubt it unless a resident who can self isolate at home.

    KG. As for the landlords wife. This is being arranged all over the place but can cost a lot and see above for the issue my friend faced. Messy is a nice way to describe it.
    As far as I know the borders are still closed to incoming travelers with limited exceptions. That is returning citizens, permanent residents, spouses and dependents and diplomats. SRRV is NOT considered a permanent resident so if you have an SRRV and are out of the country you cannot return.

    Provincial travel is still limited and will still be limited under GCQ. You need a reason to travel or fly inter island. That would have to be work, medical or other essential reason.

    Unfortunately the local governments are, out of fear, imposing their own rules on lots of things. I am on another board, general living not mongering, and people there are reporting some pretty strict and changing travel rules. For example they were only allowed to leave home every 3 days, now changed to once a week, Some have day of travel restriction. In one case they can leave M-W-F but the next banguay with the grocery stores and medical facilities only allows people in on T-T-S.

    To be blunt, implementation and enforcement of the quarantine, all levels, is a confusing mess of local rules and local interpretation of the national rules.

    By "private ferry" I meant a local fisherman in the middle of the night landing on the beaches in isolated places, not a regular charter going from one port to another at high noon.

  14. #18154
    I previously visited the Philippines several times, but my daughter convinced me to travel to Vietnam with her for a vacation. I was reluctant due to lack of English and other concerns but she convinced me. It totally turned my thoughts around about travel in the Philippines. I have not returned to the Philippines since. Since then my mongering and dating site visits have been restricted to Vietnam and to a lesser extent Cambodia. I was going to return to Vietnam in February, but cancelled my plans due to the Corona Virus. In hindsight I wish I had gone. Unlike the Philippines, Vietnam immediately totally locked down the country and cities tight and started contract tracing with amazing results. This resulted resulted in only about 350 virus cases, no deaths, and no new transmission infections for over a month. I could stayed there for six months and felt totally safe. Yes they are a Communist totalitarian country, but their resolve to consistently hunt out the virus and not allow exceptions has been perfect in my mind.

    When Vietnam opens their boarders again, I hope to be on the first plane back. Unfortunately, their precautions will likely limit my ability to travel to either Vietnam or Cambodia due to my Canadian government's inability to control of the spread of the virus here at home. The Vietnamese web sites state Vietnam will not allow incoming international travelers to enter until the receiving country shows no new infections for thirty days so I think it will be a long time before North Americans to be welcomed without a period of quarantine. This is further complicated by having to connect through Taipei, or Seoul who may or may not be accepting connecting international travelers. In the mean time, Red Kilt who I have been in contact with from time to time, is enjoying his time in isolation mongering in Cambodia trouble free .

    In reading about the inconsistent methods of how various mayors and leaders are dealing with the virus and travel, the Philippines would be far down the list of places for me to feel safe to travel to. That plus in Vietnam the food is better, the money goes further, and the ladies are just as lovely. But if your a dating site guy like me there is more leg work involved to get them to your room.

    Just my thoughts.

    Nut.

  15. #18153
    Quote Originally Posted by KabulGuy  [View Original Post]
    I also read that at least within Manila there will not be travel from once GCQ city to another, except for work.

    I want to bring a regular from Manila to Cebu and we will hunker down and ride out the second wave but am not fully convinced that inter island travel will be possible.

    My landlords wife is in Negros and cannot get back to Cebu. He thinks that there might be a "private ferry" that can bring her over as the inter-island ferries not officially running.
    Another example to show the confusion KG and others.

    A good friend got stuck in Cebu / Toledo mid March when her ferry to Leyte was cancelled even though was ordered to sail, SO her and 40 others got stuck. After much angst, paperwork etc they were allowed to leave on a ferry yesterday (29 May!) but. Needed extra paperwork to travel to the port! All had twice been tested negative for COVID19, all had 3 sets of documents as demanded buy the LGU (local government unit).

    Now in Leyte they have 21 days quarantine of which 14 is in an hotel they pay for. If can't afford they are all poked into small school room, no air no food etc. Only family an bring etc.

    As a tourist if you can get a visa (and that is not yet clear) why would anyone want to go there when nothing is clear. Lots of dreamers on the board at the moment. Most mongers I know have written off the Philippines this year as no one cane be sure the place is safe. It is doing a good jib with limited resources but in some areas it is unclear if the cases are decreasing.

    It is not flying from GCQ to GCQ it is can you enter the country and get a tourist visa or not without going through what the locals must go through? I doubt it unless a resident who can self isolate at home.

    KG. As for the landlords wife. This is being arranged all over the place but can cost a lot and see above for the issue my friend faced. Messy is a nice way to describe it.

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