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    And to think I spent a couple grand USD on all my dive equipment.
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  2. #139

    Mindanao Meals

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...ilippines.html

    Who said Pinoys don't have brains? This cannibal just ate some.

  3. #138
    Quote Originally Posted by AussieGaigin  [View Original Post]
    One of our local members of parliament has been in the news here lately for his "interest" in young Pinay bar girls.

    He even got married to one of them.

    https://www.smh.com.au/politics/fede...02-p53g57.html
    Anyone recognize the wife?

  4. #137
    Quote Originally Posted by KabulGuy  [View Original Post]
    When I have canceled, I get less than half back and it goes into an account that I need to use in 3 months, usually fly again so not an issue. Flights generally cheap enough that losing half a fare to change is not a deal breaker for me.
    The 3 months thing. Its an awful 'gotcha' policy, that makes the company look like they care. They are aware that the vast majority of their flying passengers are poor pinoy that can ill afford to take two flights in the same year (much less 90 days). The percentage of their customers who will fly more than once on their airline in 90 days is well under 50%. They are aware that the remaining folk (vast majority) who will not fly within 90 days will forfeit the money. They also know of the the foreigners who fly domestically that the foreigners come and go from the country, and the odds of them needing to fly in CP again within 90 days is small, and they too (unlike KG) will forfeit the money. The policy could (should) be easily 1 year, and like Las Vegas casinos, is geared to be a win-win for the company in the majority of cases.

  5. #136

    Aussie monger

    One of our local members of parliament has been in the news here lately for his "interest" in young Pinay bar girls.

    He even got married to one of them.

    https://www.smh.com.au/politics/fede...02-p53g57.html

  6. #135
    Quote Originally Posted by WickedRoger  [View Original Post]
    .... But CPac will deduct 'taxes' and a penalty and place it all in a refund account that you must use in 3 months.

    .....
    I had Cebu Pac cancel a flight on me 2018 when that plane overran the runway and got stuck.

    They did process a refund against my credit card.

    Only took 4 months to do so.

    When I have canceled, I get less than half back and it goes into an account that I need to use in 3 months, usually fly again so not an issue. Flights generally cheap enough that losing half a fare to change is not a deal breaker for me.

  7. #134
    Quote Originally Posted by PBtoCobra  [View Original Post]
    There were 5 seats on the booking. This was really a warning to others. CP's Full refund statement was quite frankly a lie. My preference is Air Asia, and that's who got us there on time. Last minute bookings, for 5 was 40 K.
    Makes more sense as you did not say 5 pax. But CPac like many others never make the refund policy clear unless it is like a Ryanair where there is none. But CPac will deduct 'taxes' and a penalty and place it all in a refund account that you must use in 3 months.

    Booking last mi ute is pricey as I have experience of this at times.

  8. #133
    Quote Originally Posted by WickedRoger  [View Original Post]
    30 k for that flight (2 tickets? Return? Direct flight? Not via Manila?

    Can't believe the price as that is a flight I book direct on line for way less. Refunds are a hassle for sure and it ends up minus taxes / charges etc in a refund box that you can access in the next 3 months for other tickets. Never got real cash back just use the refund on other tickets. Many a time CP changed flight, cancelled them and I managed to find my way The only time I got miserable was when I had to cancel a Shanghai flight as I forget to use the refund in time.

    But check your prices as one way is PHP 2500 max today with 20 kgs bags or PHP 8000 if you fly via Manila which is plainly stupid.

    https://book.cebupacificair.com/Flig...ph&culture=&p=

    That links says CEB-DVO return air fare is just over PHP 4 k. So how come was 30 k? Lots of family with you? 100 kgs of baggage LOL? Just intrigued as I fly this route and never pay more than 4-6 k depending on when I book (earlier to book is cheaper generally) with 20 kgs of bags.
    There were 5 seats on the booking. This was really a warning to others. CP's Full refund statement was quite frankly a lie. My preference is Air Asia, and that's who got us there on time. Last minute bookings, for 5 was 40 K.

  9. #132

    Back to stupod shit.

    This one came to me second hand from a Philipino engineer I know.

    They were pouring a new concrete slab on a road way. The pour was delayed, on Island Time I guess, and it was dark when the last concrete was placed. As normal they assigned one guy to stay to protect the fresh concrete until it was set.

    The guy on guard duty thought that nothing would happen, guess he could not use his GPS to figger out what country he was in, and went home to drink and sleep while getting paid for some overtime pay.

    Dumb ass trike driver comes along and drives right into the fresh concrete. He makes it few metres in before he is stuck. From the marks he had gotten some people to help try and push the trike out of the concrete and concrete being concrete was setting up quickly and eventually they had to abandon the trike into the hardened concrete.

    When the construction crew comes back, they had to jack hammer the trike out of the concrete, they lifted it out, with a fair bit of concrete still attached and put it in the ditch, of course this bent the wheels and frame a little bit.

    Trike driver comes by middle of the afternoon, claims that the trike was stolen while wearing clothes covered in concrete splatter. His buddy collaborates the theft story also still wearing clothes covered in concrete splatter. They want to be paid for the damage on the trike while not admitting to any responsibility for the damage to the concrete. (Which was much more than the trike was worth BTW.).

  10. #131
    Quote Originally Posted by PBtoCobra  [View Original Post]
    I had a flight from Davao to Cebu booked, to get me in mid afternoon. This was booked 4 months before we needed to fly.
    I've booked internal flights the day before and never paid anywhere near that much, did you go via an agent?

    I try never to fly cebu pathetic as they are always late, but sometimes I've had no choice.

    I always use air Asia if possible, even if it is more expensive.

  11. #130
    Quote Originally Posted by PBtoCobra  [View Original Post]
    I had a flight from Davao to Cebu booked, to get me in mid afternoon. This was booked 4 months before we needed to fly. A few weeks before they announced a significant schedule change which would have lost us an afternoon and evening in Cebu on a 3 night visit, they gave me a number of options, one of which included a full refund.

    The flights were 30 k, and the website refund was 16 K.

    My advice, either not book with Cebu Pacific or suck up any flight changes. Fortunately I paid by my AMEX card, so they are currently refunding me, but there is the chance that they pull back the refund they have provided.
    30 k for that flight (2 tickets? Return? Direct flight? Not via Manila?

    Can't believe the price as that is a flight I book direct on line for way less. Refunds are a hassle for sure and it ends up minus taxes / charges etc in a refund box that you can access in the next 3 months for other tickets. Never got real cash back just use the refund on other tickets. Many a time CP changed flight, cancelled them and I managed to find my way The only time I got miserable was when I had to cancel a Shanghai flight as I forget to use the refund in time.

    But check your prices as one way is PHP 2500 max today with 20 kgs bags or PHP 8000 if you fly via Manila which is plainly stupid.

    https://book.cebupacificair.com/Flig...ph&culture=&p=

    That links says CEB-DVO return air fare is just over PHP 4 k. So how come was 30 k? Lots of family with you? 100 kgs of baggage LOL? Just intrigued as I fly this route and never pay more than 4-6 k depending on when I book (earlier to book is cheaper generally) with 20 kgs of bags.

  12. #129

    Warning about Cebu Pacific and Refunds

    I had a flight from Davao to Cebu booked, to get me in mid afternoon. This was booked 4 months before we needed to fly. A few weeks before they announced a significant schedule change which would have lost us an afternoon and evening in Cebu on a 3 night visit, they gave me a number of options, one of which included a full refund.

    When you log onto your booking to try and process a full refund the amount coming back is much less.

    The flights were 30 k, and the website refund was 16 K.

    So I took the issue with screenshots to email. Again they offered a full refund and confirmed they would do it manually. They failed to meet their timelines for a refund.

    Eventually they only refunded about 6 K. So they failed to refund as promised.

    I ended up booking flights with AirAsia for much more than the Cebu Pacific, so I am significantly out of pocket.

    My advice, either not book with Cebu Pacific or suck up any flight changes. Fortunately I paid by my AMEX card, so they are currently refunding me, but there is the chance that they pull back the refund they have provided.

  13. #128
    Quote Originally Posted by PedroMorales  [View Original Post]
    Imagine you are stranded on a South Sea islan, with nothing but fish you can spear, coconuts and bare breasted women with boobs bigger than those coconuts. You don't go asking for the wine list. Capiche?
    Haha worthy of the ROD?

  14. #127

    100 of which JBs

    Quote Originally Posted by KabulGuy  [View Original Post]
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List...llibee_outlets

    Over 150 outside of the Philippines.
    Are in Vietnam. No one is arguing smart Pinoys are not smart. JB could well be the next big thing. McDonalds, KFC with a smile. Pepsi and CocaCola are clones, no different from 1,000,000 other Cola drinks. If JB succeed, good luck to them. But that is al they can commercially produce. I told a lie earlier I forgot to say what fantastic bread I make. Even French chicks love it. My secrets (sic) are good ingredients, time and patience. But I am nowhere near the league of a professional chef as it is not my thing. To me. It is chemistry. Not magic.

    SML is not bad. But do not compare it to German, Belgian or Czech beers as that is a fight. This is all horses for courses stuff. The Philippines is crowded and poor so there is no space for haute cuisine. Nor did it have the depth of China or Japan.

    Imagine you are stranded on a South Sea islan, with nothing but fish you can spear, coconuts and bare breasted women with boobs bigger than those coconuts. You don't go asking for the wine list. Capiche?

  15. #126
    Quote Originally Posted by WestCoast1  [View Original Post]
    There are JBee in LA. They are fairly popular, like Checkers or McDo.
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List...llibee_outlets

    Over 150 outside of the Philippines.

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