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    Guess you've never been to either, right?

    Don't fall into the trap these morons do on a daily basis...posting about something they know fuck all about.

    https://www.gettyimages.com/photos/a...orrection=true

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    11 more weeks, or 9 with 2 weeks in a dry out tank.

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    ^Pointless crap, episode 4,850.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    ^Pointless crap, episode 4,850.
    Its never been that many days you've been posting on here. Great you keep count though.

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    :zing:


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    YD Maybe you should ask Davis as he actually knows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Guess you've never been to either, right?

    Don't fall into the trap these morons do on a daily basis...posting about something they know fuck all about.

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    Nice pics - but I don't think I could handle the weather there...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pedro01 View Post
    Tough place to live in my opinion.

    Food - both in terms of Supermarkets and restaurant choice is way below quality & variety that you get in Thailand.

    It's a lot more dangerous - both in terms of random acts of violence, kidnappings and the shit that can rain down on you if you piss off the wrong woman and she decides to accuse you of something to the polics.

    None of that sounds like where I live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pedro01 View Post
    I don't think I could handle the weather there...
    It's very hot for about four and half months.

    For three of them I'm not there.

    From (more or less) the end of October until the end of March it is perfect...cool with cloudless skies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TizMe View Post
    None of that sounds like where I live.
    The second part is certainly not where I've visited.

    I wonder where pedro experienced this?

    Manila is hard work though ime, and it's the food that would be a deal breaker for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    it's the food that would be a deal breaker for me.
    Was just googling what food is like in abu dhabi as you have never posted any

    Came across this website with an uncanny name



    https://www.reachtoteachrecruiting.c...i-five-to-try/



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    Here's a video of a walk around the block where I live.



    I didn't really film it to highlight BGC, I was just testing out a new camera stabiliser, but you will get the gist.


    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Manila is hard work though ime, and it's the food that would be a deal breaker for me.
    This is just a very small part of BGC, but as you will see there's plenty of good restaurants and bars.
    I filmed a bit early to get the crowds out eating and drinking alfresco, but an hour later it will get crowded.
    And they don't all just serve balut and lechon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TizMe View Post
    Here's a video of a walk around the block where I live.



    I didn't really film it to highlight BGC, I was just testing out a new camera stabiliser, but you will get the gist.




    This is just a very small part of BGC, but as you will see there's plenty of good restaurants and bars.
    I filmed a bit early to get the crowds out eating and drinking alfresco, but an hour later it will get crowded.
    And they don't all just serve balut and lechon!
    But how much does it cost at these BGC places ? Is there a middle class economy ? For example, can a modestly wealthy foreigner buy income real estate there ? or is that all controlled by the big shot 5 million + net worth ppl ?

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