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Post in 'The Inglenook' started by Seasoned Oak, Feb 23, 2013.

  1. BrotherBart

    BrotherBart Hearth.com LLC Mid-Atlantic Division Staff Member

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    The listing for the place includes Internet access.

    Since the deal with Strauss-Kahn I stay away from cleaning ladies.

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  2. Seasoned Oak

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    Water is the best part,crystal clear wether its 10 ft of 60 ft deep. No industry of factories or pollution for many miles around. AIr is clean too_Only shark i ever saw was a huge whale shark(harmless)right off a coral reef. Notice how crowded that beach is.
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    I didnt catch that but it may be dial up. I didnt stay at this particular place yet but i did stay at quite a few like it. WIfe is good for a week or two until she gets mall withdrawl. Her cousin has a really nice 2 story beach house on a larger island and were welcome to stay there whenever we want.
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    You have to wait your turn Begreen has first dibs
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    My daughter on one of those beaches with the sun in her eyes. Notice how crowded the beach is!
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    Randy - that looks like it will hardly suck at all. I probably couldn't handle it for more than 2 or 3 months a year. Do you have to bring in food and beer by boat? It would have to be a big boat for me.;)
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    The local fisherman provide all the seafood at bargain prices and local people also provide pork and chicken fresh.The exchange rate is 40 -1 So $100 US is 4000 their money. A whole pig roasted over charcoal is about $50-60 US
    Beer is plentiful and reasonable priced.Mostly san-miguel,carlsburg and US brands as well. A fifth of rum is about 65c. US. 5 year whisky about 95c.
  9. Pallet Pete

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    O Rand you made me hungry ! That looks like a piece of heaven it must be fun for a child to run and play in the sand too! There will be many happy memories for your daughter later in life.

    Pete
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    Looks nice but its the Phillipinnes almost a 24 hr flight probably 1800 per person just to get there.
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    Most i ever paid was $1250 but if you stay a few months its worth it.Last Time i took the family (2010) it was $6000 just for the airfare for the 5 of us.
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    Okay - maybe 4 months out of the year.==c
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    For the luxury minded heres a pic of our room on one of our trips. Theres ws also an attached conference room as this was the presidential suite.
    A luxury bath with 2 phones. About 1500 SF in all ,about the size of a typical US ranch style home. Nice digs for a beach resort,all for about $69 a night about the same as motel 6 back in the states

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