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    A Focking big burmese python




    Baclayon church, The oldest one in Bohol




    The spanish didnt fock about in the philippines , very religious people



    Time to head back to the beach for some seafood

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker View Post
    My new Mates, The Ita Tribe



    They were a bit gay though and wore dresses


    Did ya suck ya gut in for that last shot, BLD?

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    They were a bit gay though and wore dresses

    THEY were are a bit gay, were they??

    Great thread mate, you are a legend.

    Sorry out of greens!
    Last edited by gusG; 23-06-2013 at 01:52 PM. Reason: No more greens to be had.

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    Those aren't dresses, they're tropical kilts!!!

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    The beergut is actually worshipped amongst the ita tribe, im now there new chief.

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    thanks for the photos and the report u have sold me on boracay ...cheers

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    Meanwhile down at the beach.....Mrs BLD is attemping the world seafood eating record






    i will probably have to wait a few years before going back to the philippines, after we ate most of there marine life


    Bloody women, there she goes again




    Always seems to be the same people in politics in the P.I i remember this bloke was always staging coups in the 80s








    yes, keep smiling dear, its back to the Tilapia when the pesos run out


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    The wife talked me into having a massage on the beach which seemed to cosist of a toothless old crone rubbing coconut oil and beach sand into my skin while sweating my arse of in the sun, i gave up after 10 minutes of this and my boy got the rest of my massage

















    The aussie pub had a bloke on the guitar in the evenings

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    The restaurant staff giving the beach a clean








    One could get used to this



    Thats about it for Bohol time to head for Tagbilaran and jump on the plane for manila







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    I no open this thread again!!! I am so jealous of all the beach and seafood!!!

    Seriously, what a wonderful holiday you are having.

    One question -your wife (when she's not eating that seafood) seems to be carrying little one about. Do you carry him around too? Must be nice a cosy against daddy's belly!!!

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    Nice thread, BLD! Looks like your family is really enjoying their Philippino holiday.

    The pics of Tagbilaran and tarsier bring back loads of good memories. I spent some time on Bohol filming the tarsier at that sanctuary. When I was there it was just a small place, and we stayed with the Pizarras family who ran it. Lovely people and so dedicated to preserving the tarsier.

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    I pay for the seafood and she carries him , thats the deal....and anyway she could use the exercise
    Nah just kidding i get my fair share of carrying him around,and you dont have to worry about seeing anymore seafood or beaches coz the next bits manila and angeles city

    They are interesting little things those Tarsiers arent they , hope they dont wipe em out
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    They aren't really well known little monkeys. But i have seen some documentarys about them and they are fascinating. And for you and your family to have seen them up close is wonderful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patsycat View Post

    Must be nice a cosy against daddy's belly!!!
    Hey mate, I think pats is having a laugh at your expense, not that there's any thing wrong with that as Australians do that all the time.

    Anyway, that gut of yours cost a shit load of money and its something to be cherished I Reckon.

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    I noticed patsycat and misskit keep coming back to this thread. i reckon they have the hots for the old BLD, They have probably been having all kinds of perverted thoughts. My fault really, shouldnt of posted all those moob pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker
    i will probably have to wait a few years before going back to the philippines, after we ate most of there marine life
    love your freds BLD. cheers

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    Finally arrived at the hotel in Malate, reckon i got the only Manila cabbie who didnt know his way around, Not a bad place this and in a relatively non grungy area






    After checking in we decided to go to Intramuros which is the old Walled city from spanish times





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    Quote Originally Posted by terry57 View Post
    Hey mate, considering I have never been to the Phils and know absolutely nothing about the place except the gun stories how do think I should approach a trip there.?

    I'm thinking as a newbie I just jump a plane to Clark and then fly to a place like this and just hang out getting a handle on the place and people.

    Don't want to get around to much and would rather just hit a couple of beach resorts.

    Thanks BLD.
    Don't forget Terry that Phillipine air have just started flights from Perth to Manilla and they are a very decent price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gusG View Post


    They were a bit gay though and wore dresses

    THEY were are a bit gay, were they??

    Great thread mate, you are a legend.

    Sorry out of greens!
    Cheers gus, i must make an effort to check out your resort, website looks good

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    Hired A Calesa to take us around



    i hope they gave it an extra carrot or something because he certainly worked for it








    You know your Focked when your horse and cart gets stuck in a traffic jam




    Been to Manila many times but first time i made an effort to check out intramuros, interesting place


    The Pasig River, you wouldnt want to fall in here, absolutely filthy





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    Looks like they are spending a bit of money on restoration



    Its not my turn to carry him









    This guys cracks me up, The former president of the philippines and now the mayor of Manila, Humourous bloke but wasnt real great for the flip economy


    That little horse could set a blistering pace on the straights

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    as mentioned before fantactic thread

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    Funnyplace manila. plenty of slum areas mixed in with private gated communities and mega malls




    Unemployed filipinos pass the time of day playing basketball


    Roxas Boulavard,



    These Jollibee hamburger places are everywhere and are the filipinos Patriotic answer to Mc Donalds







    Next we headed of to the Mall of Asia, huge place and a good place for a bit of shopping and tucker


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    They even have an ice skating rink in there


    The girls from TGIF,s took a shine to the boy, we hired the little car so we didnt have to carry the little bloke around



    The Chicharon stand, flips love this stuff , pig fat cooked in pig fat, heart attack looking for a place to happen i reckon


    on the manila bay side of the mall they have rides for the kids and good sea breezes


    The bays a bit smelly though


    i wont be tackling any seafood caught in there




    Next stop is Angeles city and catch up with a few old mates before flying out , Should be Fun.

    i will also be checking out a few bars



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    Great thread BLD, good on ya

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