MALLS ARE OPEN, CEBU CITY, CEBU, PHILIPPINES

The shopping malls are opening back up with the transition to GCQ and MGCQ across the Philippines. SM Mall, Ayala Mall, Metro, Robinsons, J Centre Mall, and others have many of their stores opening. Restaurants in Cebu City are still not allowing dine in.

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  1. Looks like ‘Shakeys’, is not open, one of my favourite hangouts whilst the wife is shopping. You’re right Rod, there will be a lot of desperate people around. We purchased personal stun guns for our protection, years ago, and carried them when we were on foot. Bought them at SM. Never had to use them in anger. What would the average price of Desktop Computers be? I was going to bring my current, Apple Desktop, with me when we return, might be worn out by then. (Like me). LOL.

  2. When you showed the Kentucky Fried Chicken store it occurred to me, I wonder how these taste in the Philippines vs the US. So, Rod its up to you too eat at every US restaurant in the Phils and report back your findings……..LOL

  3. So Rod, this was you in the mall, not your Lady Friend?? They are letting us Senior’s in now, in some places?? I have an expat friend that went to BI at J-center yesterday.. He said he did not have an appointment, and just walked in.. I know Ned in Dumaguete said he was required to have an appointment there, and they were only processing 30 per day.. Thanks for the video.. Bruce

  4. Hi Rod, I can confirm you can get a Visa extension at JC Mall.I have just come back from there.The rest of the Mall apart from banks and 7/11 are still shut as of 5th June.No need to use a consultant as BI is accepting 10 people at a time.Infact I was surprised it wasnt actually that busy.

  5. tnx for the video Rod. I love the phil but after seeing thailand and comparing those 2 countries it seems that thailand is still more traditional than the phil. philippines seems to change into a very western country and can not see traditional places as much as we used to. but in thailand there are millions of traditional markets next to each other which make it more fun and different from the west. if u could post some videos about the traditional markets that would be great. tnx bro

  6. Good to see places are opening up. When they get the new procedures running at the airports we should be good in about two months hopefully.

  7. The biggest problem we have run into is pharmacy stock. My wife had to go to 5 different places to get all our family’s medicines. Pharmacist there said may be up to 3-4 weeks before stock is replenished fully. May want to check your meds before you run out.

  8. It was interesting to see inside SM – looks much the same as it used to. But I always got lost in there and could never find the stores I was looking for so I tended to stick to Ayala lol.

  9. Wow, really amazed at the intensity on doing their best on controlling health in the malls there. in the Philippines. We in the states can really learn from the Philippines on this situation of seriousness. I salute them for this in the Philippines. If I was there I would feel comfortable to go inside a store there. Now still here in the states, I do not fill safe about it just yet. Thanks for showing this video.

  10. Hi rod…. really like your videos.I hope to see one soon that tells us that international travel is open for tourist with no quarintine….I am hoping to be able to travel in July but I think I am only dreaming…My birthday and my Filipina girlfriend has same birthday in July….stay safe and healthy

  11. Nice look around video Rod, it’s nice to see things are opening up again, but I guess it will still be some while before it’s anything like the old normal, I think we will all need to adapt as it could be a long time. Thanks for sharing your day.

  12. Nice look around video Rod, it’s nice to see things are opening up again, but I guess it will still be some while before it’s anything like the old normal, I think we will all need to adapt as it could be a long time. Thanks for sharing your day.

  13. metro closed because some employees developed symptoms, later in the day on the 3rd, i was there but the line was too long so i passed. so they closed for cleaning, the next day. lucky me..

  14. You know Rod it’s good that the malls are open or opening. But on the flip side the majority of people don’t have any money to spend at the malls

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