A Fireplace in the Philippines?

There is no need for a fireplace in the Philippines even if it is a gel fireplace.  In a tropical country, rainy days will not require you to have one even during the months of ‘ber’.

You may wonder what a gel fireplace is.  It is a portable fireplace which also means it is movable because of its small size.  It uses alcohol gel burning that is why it is clean.  No smoke puts out when using it.

English: Fireplace. For more translations SEE ...

But who knows if there are houses here in my country that uses them?  I hear that in the mountains the temperature gets really cold.  I remember having to wish for a fireplace at the inn where I reside in the region where I compete for a national writing contest.  It was freezing cold there before.  I hear it is not as cold now.

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4 thoughts on “A Fireplace in the Philippines?

  1. sa baguio, may panahong justified ang fireplace. minsan, november, may training kami roon. susku, pati medyas ko nangangatog pagdating ko roon ng madaling-araw at umuulan pa. salamat sa fireplace ng hotel. pati nipples ko nangangatog. parang pag pinitik, matatanggal sa kinadidikitan. 🙂

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  2. ha ha ha grabeng obserbasyon naaliw ako! 😀 nung nandoon nga ako nakalimutan kong magdala ng half-slip o short man lang para sa uniform. grabe nangagatog ako. isang posisyon lang ako sa kama! 😀

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  3. hahaha! punyemas na ginaw sa baguio iyan. the following day, bumili ako ng warm clothes sa ukay-ukay at inubos ko ang hot water ng hotel para ma-disinfect ang nabili kong items. tapos tumawag ako sa laundry para labhan ulit ang items na binili ko.

    cold weather, warm thoughts. kakaiba.

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