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  1. #17882
    Quote Originally Posted by GDreams  [View Original Post]
    Was walking thru Robinsons supermarket at Robinsons Place Ermitra when the biggest rat I have ever seen ran past me and under some freezers. It was the size of a cat!
    That would be a fine dinner for a Chinaman.

  2. #17881

    Thanks

    Thanks SC for your account.

    I would try to visit Edsa next time too.

    Happy mongering,

    Victor.

    Quote Originally Posted by ShinyCrazy  [View Original Post]
    Went back to EDSA, floated between the bars getting a better sense of the quality of the girls overall. Firehouse again seemed to have the best lineup, but first I auditioned a girl in the country music themed bar. I think it was called Bows and Arrows or something like that. I bought a drink for the girl and chatted. She spent most of the time talking about her special needs child (which isn't a major problem, but is not exactly the sultry turn-on conversation I was looking for) and when I told her I wanted to see the other bars before I committed to BFing anyone, she pouted and I could tell this was not the girl for me. Poked my head into Pitstop and two other bars. Went back to Firehouse and bought a drink for Angela, the girl from last time. She gave me advice about which girls are willing to go with white guys. I pointed out one girl I liked, and she wasn't sure, so I called her over. Sure enough, no white guys for her. Guess EDSA looks better on first blush than it is in reality, unless you are Japanese. The majority of girls were not interested in a white guy. I may be headed back to Burgos for the future. It was getting late and I was starting to think I'the go home empty handed, so I made a snap decision to BF a decent looking girl with big tits named Elena. Did ST (3 hours, 2 pops) for 2500 BF + 3500 tip. Good experience but not life changing. As always, I find that the big titted girls are a let down, but sometimes I can't help myself since I just want the optics. Big titted girls think that sex equals you playing with their big tits and they don't have to do much but smile. The small breasted girls know they have to really work. If you find yourself in Firehouse, ask for small titted Angela. Give Elena a pass.

  3. #17880
    Quote Originally Posted by Jingo10  [View Original Post]
    I think the 6 k might have helped LOL try la cafe down the road, you might find it more palatable on the wallet.
    The LAC is full of old and ugly. I tried seriously one night and the pretty young ones wanted 5 - 6 k for the night. It is a dive, dark, hassled by uglies and bad food. I have the time to spend on the dating sites and apps. Rarely pay more than 3000 for 2 shots and rarely take older than 22.

  4. #17879
    Quote Originally Posted by ShinyCrazy  [View Original Post]
    ...I find that the big titted girls are a let down, but sometimes ...
    About 100% has been my experience.

  5. #17878
    Quote Originally Posted by ShinyCrazy  [View Original Post]
    She explained that most girls in EDSA prefer Japanese guys. She prefers white guys, hence the immediate chemistry with her. ..
    I think the 6 k might have helped LOL try la cafe down the road, you might find it more palatable on the wallet.

  6. #17877

    EDSA again

    Went back to EDSA, floated between the bars getting a better sense of the quality of the girls overall. Firehouse again seemed to have the best lineup, but first I auditioned a girl in the country music themed bar. I think it was called Bows and Arrows or something like that. I bought a drink for the girl and chatted. She spent most of the time talking about her special needs child (which isn't a major problem, but is not exactly the sultry turn-on conversation I was looking for) and when I told her I wanted to see the other bars before I committed to BFing anyone, she pouted and I could tell this was not the girl for me. Poked my head into Pitstop and two other bars. Went back to Firehouse and bought a drink for Angela, the girl from last time. She gave me advice about which girls are willing to go with white guys. I pointed out one girl I liked, and she wasn't sure, so I called her over. Sure enough, no white guys for her. Guess EDSA looks better on first blush than it is in reality, unless you are Japanese. The majority of girls were not interested in a white guy. I may be headed back to Burgos for the future. It was getting late and I was starting to think I'the go home empty handed, so I made a snap decision to BF a decent looking girl with big tits named Elena. Did ST (3 hours, 2 pops) for 2500 BF + 3500 tip. Good experience but not life changing. As always, I find that the big titted girls are a let down, but sometimes I can't help myself since I just want the optics. Big titted girls think that sex equals you playing with their big tits and they don't have to do much but smile. The small breasted girls know they have to really work. If you find yourself in Firehouse, ask for small titted Angela. Give Elena a pass.

  7. #17876
    Quote Originally Posted by MrEnternational  [View Original Post]
    LOL. What kind of bull is that? You don't just have automatic chemistry with someone just because you like their skin color. I like all skin colors, so why have I not had chemistry with all the women I have come in contact with all my years on earth?
    I, too, like all skin colors. "Automatic chemistry" might be the wrong phrase. I meant "automatic chemistry" relative to the other girls, who seemed to be ignoring me. She was friendly and seemed to be making a real attempt to connect with me. When I asked her why the other girls seemed so standoffish, her explanation was that they don't like white guys.

  8. #17875
    Quote Originally Posted by ShinyCrazy  [View Original Post]
    She explained that most girls in EDSA prefer Japanese guys. She prefers white guys, hence the immediate chemistry with her.
    LOL. What kind of bull is that? You don't just have automatic chemistry with someone just because you like their skin color. I like all skin colors, so why have I not had chemistry with all the women I have come in contact with all my years on earth?

  9. #17874

    Edsa

    Visited the EDSA complex. Was immediately approached by about a dozen girls and a few mamasans trying to direct me into their bar. Total of about 6-7 bars, similar to Nana Plaza in Bangkok but the bars are a little smaller and there is no nudity, only bikinis. The girls were easily the match of the Nana girls. Different look, of course, but plenty of slim pretty young girls with pretty faces. A few with decent breasts but mostly the standard small breasted Filipinas. The drinks were around 140 pesos and the lady drinks were around 380 pesos. The girls explained that the entire complex has one owner, so the prices were identical in every bar. Barfine are 2500. I was offered 5-6 K for LT. Found a favorite easily in Pitstop, but wanted to at least try a few bars, so found another favorite in Firehouse. She seemed too good to lose, so BF'ed her and went back to my hotel for LT. Her stage name was Angela. She explained that most girls in EDSA prefer Japanese guys. She prefers white guys, hence the immediate chemistry with her. She was "all in" all night long. Plenty of enthusiastic DFK, DATY, rimming, BBBJ, full service. Ended up coming 2 times, took her to late night dinner in the restaurant, then came 2 more times in the room, then sleep for a few hours, then came one more time in the morning, then took her to breakfast. Paid 6 K plus 2500 BF, so essentially $170 US for 12 hours of unlimited service. I came a total of 5 times. (Full service was covered). Pretty good deal. Only place I know that has the same level of service for that price is Colombia. Overall, very happy. The bars at EDSA seemed like ghost towns with only 1 guy per bar on average. Occasionally a group of 5 young Asian mongers would show up, have a drink, then leave. Pretty much a wide open field. If you were considering Burgos versus EDSA, I'the say that Burgos is much more of a party atmosphere with loud music and tons of guys, EDSA is quieter like a (relatively) classy cocktail bar. I actually preferred EDSA. More free girls to choose from and less competition for the best girls. Pricing is better than Burgos, too. I plan to repeat.

  10. #17873
    Quote Originally Posted by WestCoast1  [View Original Post]
    Next time, consider taking a vid clip on your cell phone of the lazy turkeys being lazy, and post in on your FB, just to see how many 'Like's it gets.

    At major US hubs in the last year, I have had luggage delays of 45+ minutes during non-peak travel, and at the same airport (and airline, at other non-peak travel time) have had luggage already on the carousel just moments after I arrived at the carousel. Not sure what the rhyme / reason is behind it.

    Flew (full A-320) into a large american mid-west airport last year, landing 1 am (outbound flight delay, originally scheduled to land at 10 pm). Once at the carousel area, as the passengers from our flight gathered around our carousel, I noticed that all the carousels were not moving. The TV monitors over each showed no inbound flights, only my carousel showed one flight (mine). We still waited more than an hour for the luggage to start coming out. From the time they turn of the seat-belt sign (that would be approximately when they move in to offload luggage), to arriving at the carousel area (its a walk), is about 15 minutes. If on some flights the luggage shows up on the carousel 20 minutes after the seat belt sign is turned off, and on other flights it takes 60+ minutes (at 1 am), why the difference in delay? My tiny brain wants to know.

    Flew recently from Manila to the province on a full (same aircraft type as above) flight. Deplaned down a ladder and walked into the airport's luggage carousel. Five minutes later luggage was showing on the rack. The crew was offloading luggage by the time I was walking down the aircraft ladder (and I was 3rd off the front of the plane, and we were de-planing at both front / back of the plane). That was fast! On the return to Manila, de-planing at the front only, and then the walk to the carousel area, we waited another 20 minutes for our luggage to start showing up (and so lucky for me personally that it took another 20 minutes for my suitcase to show up, only 40 minutes waiting). Rhyme? Reason? Large airport? Small airport? Lazy personnel? Short on personnel?
    The slowdown in luggage handling seems to be universal, just as bad in China as it is in the USA. One thing that has changed is that a lot of times baggage handlers will off load luggage and then load the luggage for the next flight before taking the offloaded luggage to baggage claim. Also in the US for sure there seems to be a schedule for baggage handlers, so if your flight lands late you go to the back of the line. This happened to me once in Houston (IAH), on a flight from Beijing. Long wait for baggage that day. The most entertaining lost luggage event I ever had was on a flight from Beijing to Ningbo. Apparently a whole baggage cart got lost in Beijing because when we got to Ningbo about half the plane, including me, did not get their luggage. You have not seen chaos until you witness a bunch of Chinese being told that their luggage has been misplaced. Good times! Anyway, spent a late night at my favorite bar in Ningbo and was woken up the next day by the hotel letting me know my lost luggage had been delivered to the hotel and it was on its way to my room.

  11. #17872
    Quote Originally Posted by RedKilt  [View Original Post]
    There was no indication of any strategy in place other than there was no urgency at all and they seemed to be competing as to who could do least work in the time available.
    Next time, consider taking a vid clip on your cell phone of the lazy turkeys being lazy, and post in on your FB, just to see how many 'Like's it gets.

    At major US hubs in the last year, I have had luggage delays of 45+ minutes during non-peak travel, and at the same airport (and airline, at other non-peak travel time) have had luggage already on the carousel just moments after I arrived at the carousel. Not sure what the rhyme / reason is behind it.

    Flew (full A-320) into a large american mid-west airport last year, landing 1 am (outbound flight delay, originally scheduled to land at 10 pm). Once at the carousel area, as the passengers from our flight gathered around our carousel, I noticed that all the carousels were not moving. The TV monitors over each showed no inbound flights, only my carousel showed one flight (mine). We still waited more than an hour for the luggage to start coming out. From the time they turn of the seat-belt sign (that would be approximately when they move in to offload luggage), to arriving at the carousel area (its a walk), is about 15 minutes. If on some flights the luggage shows up on the carousel 20 minutes after the seat belt sign is turned off, and on other flights it takes 60+ minutes (at 1 am), why the difference in delay? My tiny brain wants to know.

    Flew recently from Manila to the province on a full (same aircraft type as above) flight. Deplaned down a ladder and walked into the airport's luggage carousel. Five minutes later luggage was showing on the rack. The crew was offloading luggage by the time I was walking down the aircraft ladder (and I was 3rd off the front of the plane, and we were de-planing at both front / back of the plane). That was fast! On the return to Manila, de-planing at the front only, and then the walk to the carousel area, we waited another 20 minutes for our luggage to start showing up (and so lucky for me personally that it took another 20 minutes for my suitcase to show up, only 40 minutes waiting). Rhyme? Reason? Large airport? Small airport? Lazy personnel? Short on personnel?

  12. #17871

    Rats

    Was walking thru Robinsons supermarket at Robinsons Place Ermitra when the biggest rat I have ever seen ran past me and under some freezers. It was the size of a cat!

  13. #17870
    Volcanic eruption or not, baggage in NAIA move like snails. That is the reality we have in the Philippines.

    But it's not fair to single us out. I have also experienced more than an hour waiting for my baggage during my vacation in UK last year (Edinburgh Airport).

  14. #17869
    Quote Originally Posted by RedKilt  [View Original Post]
    I think the whole thing was a random event Dg.

    I was watching the guys unloading the trolleys onto the carousel. There was no indication of any strategy in place other than there was no urgency at all and they seemed to be competing as to who could do least work in the time available.

    I will accept it as an outlier event given that there was so much disruption caused by the Taal volcano eruption. I must say most other times my bags have arrived quickly enough.
    That's not unusual waiting one hour for your baggage. I had to wait for one hour also and that was far before the Volcano (March 2019)!

  15. #17868
    Quote Originally Posted by Dg8787  [View Original Post]
    I have found landing in hub cities that my priority luggage is off loaded last now. Seems like connecting flight baggage is taken care of first. This was not the case a few years ago, my bags would actually best me to the carousel then.

    Possibly this was your case. Other scenario might have been a shift change!
    I think the whole thing was a random event Dg.

    I was watching the guys unloading the trolleys onto the carousel. There was no indication of any strategy in place other than there was no urgency at all and they seemed to be competing as to who could do least work in the time available.

    I will accept it as an outlier event given that there was so much disruption caused by the Taal volcano eruption. I must say most other times my bags have arrived quickly enough.

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