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Thanks again folks, I will post again as I get closer to arrival or need some answers.

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There are a few things that go on for example a group meets at the Emerald Isles for carpet bowls on a Sunday. Another group used to and maybe still does have some sort of bowling but the location esc

hi arrive in cebu on 10 September, looking for to it, if anyone is interested would love to meet.   I will be staying near Alaya mall (not sure how that is spelt) for few days

Looks like I'm staying in Talamban.  Hopefully, I can find a few friends near there.

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3 minutes ago, Nano said:

Looks like I'm staying in Talamban.  Hopefully, I can find a few friends near there.

Do you know where it is? 

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The main expats hang out in Talamban is Eurohub which is a busy sports bar and eatery.  Talamban is not a big place but where, exactly, will you be staying?

 

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2 hours ago, Jollygoodfellow said:

Do you know where it is? 

Yes, I see it on the map.  Kind of out of town but quiet they say.

 

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6 hours ago, Nano said:

Looks like I'm about 3 miles north of the IT Park just up Banolad Rd. So maybe we can have lunch one day.

 

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13 hours ago, Nano said:

So maybe we can have lunch one day.

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13 hours ago, Nano said:

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13 hours ago, Nano said:

Looks like I'm about 3 miles north of the IT Park just up Banolad Rd. 

3 miles north of IT Park puts you very close to Eurohub.  That's where you need to hang out, at least initially.  Late afternoon/early evening is popular with many, there are usually bands on during weekend evenings and big sporting events are well attended.  If you don't mind a walk (or run), like beer and have a warped sense of humour, try Cebu Hash; they are very active socially and members can usually be found at Eurohub.  There is also a carpet bowling club that operates out of there and it's the watering hole of a few golfers and no doubt other pastimes.

 

 

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21 hours ago, Nano said:

I'll be staying at Santorini Residences off hiway 77.  Sounds like Eurohub is a good starting point.  Thanks guys.

 

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Hiway 77 is a reasonably quiet and fairly traffic-free road, compared with the main Highway and many other arterial roads in Talamban.  That is a good thing in many respects but it also means that at night it becomes a very dark and quiet place.  Whilst I am sure that you will be perfectly safe in Santorini Residences which are a gated community with 24/7 security, and I have walked in that area at night without a single problem, my advice is to take a taxi home at night, at least until you become familiar with the area.

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