The only other advice I can give is, you could always move to the Philippines..
if the Mountain won't come to you, then move to the Mountain.. To be honest, love happens in the most unexpected way in the most ordinary of places.
I've seen UK based Pinays on Cherry Blossoms and Filipina Cupid but the one's that are recently online amount only to a few dozen.
I also find them to have a different attitude to their Philippines-based counterparts.
100 per week to spend and providing you don't mind eating the local food or fast food, you'll have at least 65 p/w to play with as you wish. I bet there's some who have never even heard of dating sites too. They look different, they act different, they carry themselves differently, they speak different and they think different.
That equates to about 200 bottles of San Miguel from the sari-sari if my maths are correct. They are Philippine ladies in the Filipino culture.
On a side note, Harry, a Filipina from Bournemouth messaged me when I was last on a dating site about three months ago but my membership expired so I couldn't read it or reply to it.
I think she was on Cherry Blossoms, in her late forties and just had the solitary photo but she reminded me of this woman below but without the make-up.
Together with the airfare which nowadays can be obtained for as low as 400 this would leave approx. Actually, finding a Filipina out in the provinces might be the better option.I've lots of Fillipina friends on Facebook and tagged etc, and love the way you ladies are.But I'll be truthful here, I cannot afford the time, hassle and living in Philippines before getting someone here. It seems that you need 1,000s ...2 yrs plus and travelling to Asia to get a lady to be able to come here.Ok I'm 60 and the clock's ticking, so is there anything worth looking at here?I've joined UK/Asian dating sites, and tbh, not one has had women from the UK on it. Difficult one for you mate, the hoops you need to jump through have tightened in the 4 years since you were last here.