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Continuing my quest for a cleaner-air visit to the Visayas, I am posting to get some feedback about El Nido. I'm aware that the best options for finding cleaner air are in rural areas. However, due to some quirks of mine, it's hard to search for suitable accommodation in such areas (some may recall that I need to be able to word-search for a firm bed). El Nido has a relatively small population, and thus appears to be a candidate for having cleaner air. I have also found hotel reviews indicating that the beds would work for me. However, I've read of significant problems with polluti
I would like to build a small pool/pond approximately 8' long x 8' wide by 30" deep out of 3/4" plywood and using a pond liner. This would be an above ground creation and I have all the plans completed. I have found all the materials I would need locally except the pond liner. It has to be at least 14' square. I would prefer to use a "one piece" liner rather than attempt to glue/join pieces together to avoid possible leakage. If anyone knows of a possible supply of "Pond Liner" or has a spare one not in use or required, I would appreciate a response. I am in Talisay and would l
It looks as though I have been enlisted to design, help fabricate, and install a filter for a medium sized koi pond with fountain for a local church. It consists of a 16 foot diameter lower basin that hold 3000 gallons or so that has a 6' basin above it. It also has a large statue on top of the upper basin with a water feature. It is rather impressive and was fabricated and shipped here from China. They already have a decent sized pump hooked up to it to circulate water and run the fountain part of it, but they have no filter. The koi in it don't seem to mind and are doing extremely wel
I am wanting to build a small pond on some property in the province and am wanting to know what I should expect to pay. I am talking maybe 25x25 feet and about 4 feet deep. I just want to be able to raise some Talapia and Ulang for personal consumption, and to use the water for agricultural purposes.