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My amazing experience in the Philippines :D

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My amazing experience in the Philippines :D

Post by Larutan » August 5th, 2017, 11:22 pm

Hi there yall. Im totally new here but i have been listening to winston wu for a long time and i already knew everything about here in america. I remember looking online to see if people felt the same way about foriegn women vs american women and thats how i came across winston wu and tom leykis. Winstons words spoke gospel to my heart and ive already had great experiences with women in europe and Scandinavia. So i decided to take a chance and try asia for a change since ive heard winston speak about it a couple of times. I went to the philippines and people there were sooo much nicer. I made friends out of complete strangers and even dated a filipina short term just to try it out and never in my life have i had a girl take care of me the way she did. I remember even talking to this one filipina at a seven eleven and at first she thought i was filipino because of my latino features, which happened to be a great icebreaker everytime i was there. She was so easy to talk to and we chatted for a good 45 min about some deep topics. And i wasnt even a white dude yet i received so much kindness and hospitality. There was once or twice someone had offered me food which i politely declined but the fact that she totally would have fed me was quite amazing. Ever since i came back to the US i dont even bother with American women anymore. I currently have got my certification to teach abroad and im definitely going to take advantage of this great opportunity. Anyone else had a similiar experience like mine? Or have any comments?

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Post by dragonsmack68 » August 6th, 2017, 11:20 pm

Sounds like a great time, what part of philippines did you visit?

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Re: My amazing experience in the Philippines :D

Post by Larutan » August 7th, 2017, 12:38 am

dragonsmack68 wrote:Sounds like a great time, what part of philippines did you visit?
I went over to Cebu. It was amazing and I have never enjoyed myself so much before like I did in asia. How about you? any experiences in asia? :)

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Post by dragonsmack68 » August 7th, 2017, 10:31 pm

Same .... Cebu, Balamban, Camotes, Danao and surrounding areas. Never been impressed with Cebu, noisy, crowded and chaotic but it is definitely an adventure.

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Re: My amazing experience in the Philippines :D

Post by johnexplo » August 21st, 2017, 8:04 am

If Anyone are planning a Travel to Philippines then your trip will not complete until you get surfing on the Boracay’s beaches.

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Post by Zambales » August 21st, 2017, 4:35 pm

johnexplo wrote:If Anyone are planning a Travel to Philippines then your trip will not complete until you get surfing on the Boracay’s beaches.
Kitesurfing you mean, not traditional surfing.

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Post by hammanta » August 23rd, 2017, 1:50 pm

johnexplo wrote:If Anyone are planning a Travel to Philippines then your trip will not complete until you get surfing on the Boracay’s beaches.
Though I've never been, Boracay seems (from many people's perspective) wildly overrated and way too commercial. One would be better off heading to Palawan. Also Batanes, Sagada, Bicol, Surigao del Sur, Camiguin, Vigan City, Tagatay among other places are also great destinations the Philippines has to offer.

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Re: My amazing experience in the Philippines :D

Post by hammanta » August 23rd, 2017, 1:55 pm

Larutan wrote:Hi there yall. Im totally new here but i have been listening to winston wu for a long time and i already knew everything about here in america. I remember looking online to see if people felt the same way about foriegn women vs american women and thats how i came across winston wu and tom leykis. Winstons words spoke gospel to my heart and ive already had great experiences with women in europe and Scandinavia. So i decided to take a chance and try asia for a change since ive heard winston speak about it a couple of times. I went to the philippines and people there were sooo much nicer. I made friends out of complete strangers and even dated a filipina short term just to try it out and never in my life have i had a girl take care of me the way she did. I remember even talking to this one filipina at a seven eleven and at first she thought i was filipino because of my latino features, which happened to be a great icebreaker everytime i was there. She was so easy to talk to and we chatted for a good 45 min about some deep topics. And i wasnt even a white dude yet i received so much kindness and hospitality. There was once or twice someone had offered me food which i politely declined but the fact that she totally would have fed me was quite amazing. Ever since i came back to the US i dont even bother with American women anymore. I currently have got my certification to teach abroad and im definitely going to take advantage of this great opportunity. Anyone else had a similiar experience like mine? Or have any comments?
Glad you enjoyed the trip. The Philippines can be a lot of fun and a great destination to travel. IMO one of the best aspects of the Philippines is the vast amount of musical talent the place has to offer. I love grabbing a few beers and sitting down listening to some local soloist or band belt out 80s, 90s, and the latest musical hits as if they wrote them themselves.

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Post by Zambales » August 23rd, 2017, 5:07 pm

hammanta wrote:
johnexplo wrote:If Anyone are planning a Travel to Philippines then your trip will not complete until you get surfing on the Boracay’s beaches.
Though I've never been, Boracay seems (from many people's perspective) wildly overrated and way too commercial. One would be better off heading to Palawan. Also Batanes, Sagada, Bicol, Surigao del Sur, Camiguin, Vigan City, Tagatay among other places are also great destinations the Philippines has to offer.
I like Boracay, especially Puka Beach, but the area around Station 2 is far too congested and crowded. I prefer Malapascua and Siquijor though - far more laid back and less touristy. Friendlier too.

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Post by Zambales » August 23rd, 2017, 5:14 pm

hammanta wrote:IMO one of the best aspects of the Philippines is the vast amount of musical talent the place has to offer.
The music scene does have its downsides though in the form of karaoke. Is there anything worse than listening to people singing out of tune? Should be outlawed. :mrgreen:

Apart from the majority of people thinking you're a zillionaire, IMO this equals as the most annoying aspect about the Philippines.

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Post by hammanta » August 23rd, 2017, 6:09 pm

Zambales wrote:
hammanta wrote:IMO one of the best aspects of the Philippines is the vast amount of musical talent the place has to offer.
The music scene does have its downsides though in the form of karaoke. Is there anything worse than listening to people singing out of tune? Should be outlawed. :mrgreen:

Apart from the majority of people thinking you're a zillionaire, IMO this equals as the most annoying aspect about the Philippines.
I agree but I also say it can be quite fun pounding down some red horse while doing videoke with a group in a private setting. Have had some very memorable moments like that and has gotten me a lay or two.

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Post by publicduende » August 25th, 2017, 12:46 am

hammanta wrote:I agree but I also say it can be quite fun pounding down some red horse while doing videoke with a group in a private setting. Have had some very memorable moments like that and has gotten me a lay or two.
That's what the Philippines are good at. A lay or three. Just make sure you never give into the temptation of wanting something more than a lay or three...

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Post by snede » September 1st, 2017, 4:31 am

Zambales wrote:
hammanta wrote:IMO one of the best aspects of the Philippines is the vast amount of musical talent the place has to offer.
The music scene does have its downsides though in the form of karaoke. Is there anything worse than listening to people singing out of tune? Should be outlawed. :mrgreen:

Apart from the majority of people thinking you're a zillionaire, IMO this equals as the most annoying aspect about the Philippines.
Yes, there is something worse than people singing out of tune. Karaoke with autotune. I will never go to that bar again.

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Post by kairosan117 » October 24th, 2017, 6:28 am

The deal with going to the Philippines is this: The ladies are down for a good time. Some Island Hoping and for times of your life that you'll never forget!
Always a good time in Palawan, especially if you get the locals from near by island to tag along with you. Take them to a 5 star hotel and have a nice treat. Something you can't do in America...
:?: And here are 4 things Filipina do better than your SWJ Ex http://bit.ly/pinayfunfacts

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