May 24, 2024

3 thoughts on “Zine Entry #14

  1. I’ve been at the church in Tinambacan Norte. Since I’m not Catholic, I had to go to that church for a marriage interview. This was to determine whether Jen and I were allowed to marry in the church in San Joaquin. The father who interviewed me had spent time in the USA so we had a nice conversation and I was allowed to get married in the church. As I recall, there was a very nice house near the church. I wonder if that was George’s home. This would have been back in 2008.

  2. I hope there are more pics of the house. I am interested in learning more about the central a/c. What tonnage, are the dusts metal or fiberglass, cost to run it? Are there also ceiling fans installed in the house?

    Thanks for the story, John

    1. Next time I see George I’ll ask him all that stuff, unless he gets on here first to answer. He doesn’t have a computer here in the Philippines and they have not totally moved here yet. I can say that they do not have ceiling fans. He told me that a lot of the things he has in the house, including all the a/c things were shipped from the US. They didn’t have exactly what he wanted here, and he wanted it his way, since he was paying. Hey if you can afford it, go for it. I will say that the one night I spent there was nice and cool. Not cold enough to have to use the covers, but I don’t use them at home either. I don’t have anymore pictures of the house. I didn’t think about taking a picture of the a/c unit.

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