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Old 30th August 2020, 06:38 AM
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! It makes you become friends with everyone real quick...(1)-you cleared the road and got transportation moving...(2)-you assisted the local Municipality and Barangay...and (3)- you helped your neighbors with free wood!

A WIN-WIN situation...
(4) You got to play with your chainsaw.

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What part of PH. are you heading to Lunkan to achieve your goals?
I had several favorites earlier - but NOT Palawan by it's locate some "off". Bigest favorite was NE Bohol. BUT then I saw a map showing locations of earthquakes and all my earlier favorites fell
It don't help to build strong if the house fall into a pothole as they got e g at Bohol by an earthquake. Plan is to build living place and business for generations ahead, so it's extra important to try to avoid nature break it.

Among the main islands Palawan is the only one without earthquakes. Few hurricanes too. So I have changed my mind to sure Palawan. And sure AWAY from the tourist parts Partly depening of it's more developing there and I want to be away from neighbours plus land cost much less if avoiding tourists's favorites and Puerto Princesa city. And I can get extra cheap by I like inland more than beach
A disadvantage though with Palawan it's so long and narrow so there are long distances.
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