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Face your fear and do it anyway! I am no loegnr afraid of public speaking. After doing it a few times, I thought, What was I afraid of? This is fun! Of course, I love to talk, so .<a href='mailto:nc92818zk@yahoo.com'>Katyusya</a>  
Call up the Seven Moon Asian Grocery in Spartanburg, (864) 598-0890 and the Asian Grocery, also in Spartanburg (864) 574-6909. One of them MUST know something about Balik Bayan boxes. These are raehtr large boxes you can ship to the Philippines containing, well, anything- LOL- books, clothes, gifts, canned goods, whatever. The Filipinos use these to ship things back to family from time to time, especially Christmas. It can take a couple of months, but it is a large box for around $100. Even a small box from FedEx will exceed that. A shoebox with USPS will be close to $60 (I just sent one last week- $60). If these groceries cannot help you, try the asian restaurants. Someone will know someone who will know about Balik Bayan boxes. You can try the Manila forwarder link I provided, but it is a last effort, as I never used it- just dont know about it.<a href='mailto:kpmb9rcuhhe@outlook.com'>Iram</a>  
Call up the Seven Moon Asian Grocery in Spartanburg, (864) 598-0890 and the Asian Grocery, also in Spartanburg (864) 574-6909. One of them MUST know something about Balik Bayan boxes. These are raehtr large boxes you can ship to the Philippines containing, well, anything- LOL- books, clothes, gifts, canned goods, whatever. The Filipinos use these to ship things back to family from time to time, especially Christmas. It can take a couple of months, but it is a large box for around $100. Even a small box from FedEx will exceed that. A shoebox with USPS will be close to $60 (I just sent one last week- $60). If these groceries cannot help you, try the asian restaurants. Someone will know someone who will know about Balik Bayan boxes. You can try the Manila forwarder link I provided, but it is a last effort, as I never used it- just dont know about it.<a href='mailto:kpmb9rcuhhe@outlook.com'>Iram</a>  
Call up the Seven Moon Asian Grocery in Spartanburg, (864) 598-0890 and the Asian Grocery, also in Spartanburg (864) 574-6909. One of them MUST know something about Balik Bayan boxes. These are raehtr large boxes you can ship to the Philippines containing, well, anything- LOL- books, clothes, gifts, canned goods, whatever. The Filipinos use these to ship things back to family from time to time, especially Christmas. It can take a couple of months, but it is a large box for around $100. Even a small box from FedEx will exceed that. A shoebox with USPS will be close to $60 (I just sent one last week- $60). If these groceries cannot help you, try the asian restaurants. Someone will know someone who will know about Balik Bayan boxes. You can try the Manila forwarder link I provided, but it is a last effort, as I never used it- just dont know about it.<a href='mailto:kpmb9rcuhhe@outlook.com'>Iram</a>  














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