My Philippine Beach House Rental, Bantayan Island, Cebu – Cebu Video



We take a tour of the beach house I rent on Bantayan Island, Cebu, Philippines and I show you some of the plus’s and minus’s of local construction designs and methods along with the cost to rent and build in the province.

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  1. Very good. Looks like a quiet and simple lifestyle. Would suite me just fine. Living that close to other people would be a challenge for me though.

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  2. Good to know the surprises that we can get from building in the Philippines, they really have a totally different way of seeing things due to their habits of living. I’m curious about the price of the square meters in Bantayan.

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  3. wisconsin hello .. to Rodger . i was thing about you this morning , then boom this vid popped up .
    rent apx 80usd ,,nice ! '' very good detailed video'' . yes im still prepping for my move to phil .
    painting / cleaning my home before marketing it . salamat ……

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  4. Nive location..sunset is gogeous

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  5. The Contractor for this place used HIS OWN STANDARDS OF CONSTRUCTION! If there is a building Inspector at all, they did not do their job, or they did not know anything about construction!

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  6. Overall a decent house and again for 4 k peso . Regarding the wall getting hot from the sun , that amacaon mat is pretty cheap . You could make a thin frame and attach it to the wall it would keep the sun off it and the heat .
    It looks nice when its lacquered too . A Japanese guy in leyte made a false double wall and a roof . He kept space in between for air flow though . He went all out and dug under the floor and placed large rocks to capture the cooler night air , with vents that would circulate the cooler air in the day time .
    100 peso to rent a lot ? Crazy . Maybe he is related?

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  7. That house wasn't built by real builder/carpenter. The former owner was probably cheapo or just didn't have enough money. So he just grab whoever to build the house for cheap labor.

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  8. thanks! for this top vidio. nice ambiance 😎

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  9. You store propane tanks inside???? How long before the house explodes!!! Yikes please explain the safety of that arrangement.

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  10. On the other hand I absolutely love the look of your paradise and am grateful for the video. Lots of Filipino people here in London ON they are very nice. I want to go there….

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  11. Thanks so much for sharing, Great video !

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  12. Mojon is Spanish for cairn, but has become part of Cebuano lexicon ever since. Mojon or cairn is commonly used as a marker for lots serving as the boundary of the property.

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