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Old 3rd May 2019, 06:06 AM
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Originally Posted by t1dbkk View Post
Thanks guys. Yes, Ive never lived in the PH, just been going for business in the last several years a few times per year so Im aware of the unefficiency that I may need to deal with, hence trying to at least minimize the stress levels while enjoying some beach time when the paperwork gets processed.
I hear your stress and have been there done that. Have you thought of an alternate spot to cool off such as Laguna? So many pool resorts with rooms to rent, I live near Los Banos Laguna.
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