I wake up and the motorbike is gone. I’m assuming the guy I’m renting it from just decided to borrow it. He eventually comes back around 1pm, and I take him back to his house on the bike. I head out there, make sure he has my passport, and then head out to Abreeza Mall.
I go upstairs to the food court and eat at Classic Savory, a Filipino favorite. My meal? Sweet and sour pork with rice. Soda in can? I don’t think so, lady. After I meal I leave the mall and head to Space Burger. I get a meal to go (the Moon burger meal) and then head back to the hotel.
After a nap, I head back out. Torres it is for the night. E-VIBE jamming loud music. I have my laptop with me because my plans were to head to Green Coffee for their wifi; the wifi in my hotel is still broken. I surf the web a bit while eating my cinnamon roll.
I end up meeting a girl online, chatting with her for 15 minutes, and then going to meet her at an internet cafe. I get there; she’s there. Chat it up a bit and then head to Chow King.
In order for you to make a more informed judgment, let me tell you some of the prices here in the Philippines. Typical colleges here have tuition costs of $100 monthly and they all accept payment on a monthly basis. Daily expenses for a student run approx. $4 per day; this includes bus fares, internet cafe and lunch.
A doctor office visit runs about $8 and medication is cheap. A major operation in a hospital with a 1-2 week stay can run $400-$1,000. Health care insurance is available for approx. $3-$6 a month depending on family income. When the inevitable medical emergency arises with you and your dollars standing between life and death and you feel cornered, consider that for $50 a year you can provide insurance coverage (PhilHealth Insurance) for her entire family.
The average college graduate earns $190 a month and a public school teacher can earn at most $350 a month. Any job paying more that $300 monthly is foreign based and few and far between. Middle class family incomes here run approx. $250 a month. So when your girl starts talking to you about sending her more money than her family can earn in a month, You might want to cool the relationship until you can meet her in person.
I’m European and lived in Alabang, Manila for work on and off for 18 months. After a couple of months I met a really pretty girl working in a restaurant and after a few times chatting, I asked her out. I was staying in a 5 star hotel and the evening we agreed to meet I was so damn tired that I didn’t feel like going out and asked if should would like to come back to the hotel for dinner.
She was obviously immediately pretty overwhelmed by the 5 star luxuries of the hotel and we went to my room and had room service dinner. Long story short, she stayed the night with me and I swear I did not lay a finger on her other than a couple of wet kisses (I was married and pretty damn faithful).
She stayed 2 more nights after that and eventually on the 4th night we had sex (totally mind-blowing sex). After that we started I guess what you would call a relationship; she was obviously totally head over heels for me (you’ll just have to take my word for it she is not a scammer) and to be honest she was a bit of play thing for me.
It has been a few years since I have been in the peens (too long, I know). I have a question about sports on TV. Yes, I know I should be banging girls and not watching TV, but sometimes a man just needs sports and for a woman to shut up and cook some lumpia.
I have only been on vacation there, 21 days, and I don’t think I ever turned on the TV, but when I plan to live there, what should I expect for hockey, football (college and pro) and MMA? Tape delays or just not available?