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WHERE TO LIVE WHEN MOVING TO THE DUMAGUETE AREA?

Discussion in 'Expat Section' started by gord, Jan 19, 2015.

  1. Rye83

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    I also live in Valencia. This basically sums up everything I have to say about it.
     
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    Is that San pedro school an elementary school and where is it situated?
     
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    It's in Valencia - along the road from the municipal offices. They teach elementary thru high school.
     
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    When we came here we rented for six months while we took a good look around. We ended up just north of Sibulan two Kilometres off the highway up hill so overlooking the sea. Seven years ago water and electricity were a bit of a problem but good internet. Things have changed and rarely have any problem with water or electricity unless there is really big storm. But the internet has got slower and slower as more people have hooked up. Still not too bad, but when you have had it better its something to grump about. Being a little away from the sea but on the hill we get cooler temperatures and nice cool breeze. We only use air con when its stinking hot and then we put it on for half an hour to cool the room down.

    Prices when we bought were significantly cheaper here than Bacong or Valencia, but if you are a beach person there is not much around here. Sibulan doesn't boast much but we do get fresh fish along the highway and a market along the road at weekends but it seems to be growing rapidly and all sorts of things promised. Less Westerner's here but there are a few and the new gathering place seems to be Break Time on the highway just north of Sibulan. We met the butcher and the pie man there and had some good company. The food was good too, not sure if I am allowed to say that?
    Hope you find what you are looking for.
     
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    It's Ok, tell us a little more about it, many may be Interested, If it is good maybe Dustin will make a Showcase of it for you, do you have details of menu prices etc and maybe a Phone number or contact details. and some information of Location.

    JP :bag: :thumbsup:
     
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