Subic. Angeles. Manila. It is what it is.
We used to go to Barretto but the lack of parking and the arrogance of businesses that think they own National Hwy has put us off. We would rather just stay on base than go through the hassle. If you own the property you do not own the street. If you rent the property you are not renting the street. The street is available to whoever wants to park there whether they go into your store, bank, restaurant, bar or beauty parlor. Why the barangay does not put a stop to this shameful practice is a mystery. Being an American I am particularly embassassaed by the Retired Affairs Office. Their signs are there morning and night, weekends and holidays as if they were some kind embassy compound instead of a rinky dinky mail sorting station.
Yes I agree,No Point in buying much in Baretto as you never get a park.Even outside Subic meats
Beware of the ice pick lady if you park in front of her place....
absolute stupid....... the RAO can just park around the corner plenty of parking there. .... if I had a business on the highway I would never dream of such things, what I do however is just get out of my car and move the signs including the RAO if I need to park......
With a sign in front of their business how can even a customer park because the sign is in the way. I don't do business with anyone with a sign in front.
The only thing I buy in the barrio is beer & chow. I have no worries with parking.
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