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  1. #27047
    Quote Originally Posted by Goferring  [View Original Post]
    Thanks. I'm not jealous at all. Really I'm not!!
    Its been a dry spell and you deserve a pic. A thirst trap, as they say.
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  2. #27046
    Quote Originally Posted by ScreamingBeaver  [View Original Post]
    The stunners are no longer Korean focused.... I'm inclined to start offering a can of sardines for short time.
    Thanks. I'm not jealous at all. Really I'm not!! 🤬.

  3. #27045
    Quote Originally Posted by Goferring  [View Original Post]
    I'm guessing that the common AC complaint that the stunners are K focused has also died away as the girls and bars are hungry and will take any business. Hell, even I might be able to get one. 😁.

    Have you found this to also be true? G.
    That is correct. The stunners are no longer Korean focused. They are desperate and are in need of pesos. With no tourists allowed in at this time the supply and demand ratio is heavily favored toward the monger. If this country doesn't open up soon I'm inclined to start offering a can of sardines for short time.

  4. #27044
    Quote Originally Posted by ScreamingBeaver  [View Original Post]
    The quality of the women has improved since the managers can afford to be more picky. For example, when I walked into Viking Bar I didn't notice nearly as many porkers and older girls. I was told they are no longer allowed to work there.
    I'm guessing that the common AC complaint that the stunners are K focused has also died away as the girls and bars are hungry and will take any business. Hell, even I might be able to get one. 😁.

    Have you found this to also be true? G.

  5. #27043

    Good Times

    There is a certain percentage of the bars open for those of us who live here. There presently is a liquor ban however they still serve alcohol albeit in a coffee cup. The quality of the women has improved since the managers can afford to be more picky. For example, when I walked into Viking Bar I didn't notice nearly as many porkers and older girls. I was told they are no longer allowed to work there. There is also plenty of seating because of the lack of tourists. I'm not interested in paying the 3500 peso bar fine because most of these girls also have dating app accounts where you can have the same girl for 1 k outside the bar.

  6. #27042
    Quote Originally Posted by FuriousGeorge  [View Original Post]
    Can anybody with boots on the ground tell us what's going on inside the bars?
    I'm not in town but a few girls think I am. Several have asked to be taken bar hopping so I take that as a positive sign that things are opening up.

    AC is a toxic shit hole but at least options are coming back online.

  7. #27041
    Quote Originally Posted by FuriousGeorge  [View Original Post]
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1YzVK5wyH4&t=742s

    Fields seems to be about 80% back to normal. Discounting the fact that there are no vacationers. I'm not sure how they are making money. I can only assume that these are money laundering fronts, but frankly I don't care. It seems pretty obvious that as soon as things open up to tourists, AC will be back to normal. Can anybody with boots on the ground tell us what's going on inside the bars?
    Thanks for the video link.

    Nice to see the Walking Street failed paving project has been completely removed now.

    Nice to see Viking Bar is back to life.

    Nice to see enough slim Filipina bodies to remind us why it's worth going back.

  8. #27040

    Getting back

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1YzVK5wyH4&t=742s

    Fields seems to be about 80% back to normal. Discounting the fact that there are no vacationers. I'm not sure how they are making money. I can only assume that these are money laundering fronts, but frankly I don't care. It seems pretty obvious that as soon as things open up to tourists, AC will be back to normal. Can anybody with boots on the ground tell us what's going on inside the bars?

  9. #27039
    Quote Originally Posted by GoodEnough  [View Original Post]
    I'm guessing that most of the SWTs in both Manila and Angeles haven't been vaccinated, which means there's a heightened possibility that one of them could pass a viral load to me.
    Street Walker Transvestites passing a viral load to you? GE must have gotten hacked.

  10. #27038
    Quote Originally Posted by VictorHugo99  [View Original Post]
    Thanks GE for risking it out for us all.

    Vic.
    Unfortunately, though predictably, Manila has now gone into a highly restricted quarantine status, and so I've decide to put off my trip for a month. Though I've been vaccinated fully with Pfizer, I'the still need a PCR test prior to boarding both the outbound and inbound flights. If, despite my vaccinations, I turn up with a positive test, then it's 7-10 days in a hotel until I clear another PCR test. For me, the appropriate risk / reward balance just isn't there. Per the latest advice from the US Embassy, MetroManila, Cebu and CDO are now subject to tighter restrictions for at least the month of August, and I'm guessing that most of the SWTs in both Manila and Angeles haven't been vaccinated, which means there's a heightened possibility that one of them could pass a viral load to me. Hence the concern over a positive PCR. I don't know whether to shake my head in admiration or to engage in the opposite reaction to those who ignore the risk, but that's their choice. I've made mine.

    GE.

  11. #27037

    Plenty Of Action In Beavertown

    When the pandemic hit back in March 2020 I had a choice of fleeing back to my home country or stick it out here in AC. I decided to stay and see what develops. A lot has changed since then but I can report that as of today there are a number of bars open and bar fines are available. Even though the Governor of Pampanga how just now imposed a liquor ban due to the Delta strain you can buy liquor freely as Mayor Pogi has decided to override the Governor's decision. It's business as usual as of today. There are also plenty of freelance opportunities either on Walking Street or the dating apps and it is a buyer's market. It will continue to be a buyer's market until tourist visas come back which is anyone's guess.

  12. #27036

    Thanks GE

    Thanks GE for risking it out for us all.

    Vic.

    Quote Originally Posted by GoodEnough  [View Original Post]
    Here in Davao, the Delta variant has just started to receive local publicity, as the first cases have been detected. Assuming that Davao is somewhat of a microcosm of the rest of the country, I assume that sooner rather than later, restrictions will begin to tighten once again out of fear of the spread of this mutation. WC is correct, any predictions regarding possibly opening the country are at best shaky as the situation is so fluid and varies extensively from location to location. I plan on a trip next month to Manila and A /C and I have no idea what to expect. The Manila / Makati trip is business-related while the A / see trip is being taken more for curiosity. I'll report back on whatever I find out.

    GE.

  13. #27035
    Quote Originally Posted by GoodEnough  [View Original Post]
    It's fairly misleading. At this point, I think, only returning OFWs and those with Philippines passports or permanent residency visa holders can come in. At least that was the case a few weeks ago. Perhaps it's changed.

    GE.
    OFWs take precedence over anyone non Filipino, even with visas. If you are confirmed you can be bumped, many stories of people waiting for days or weeks to get on a flight even if confirmed.

  14. #27034
    Quote Originally Posted by Goferring  [View Original Post]
    How is that playing out practically? Are only 2000 tickets being sold? Are people being bumped from confirmed flights? A mad stampede and the first ones win? All of the above?

    As you said, it's the PI, so there is bound to be some chaos involved but I'm wondering how the 2000 are selected.
    It's fairly misleading. At this point, I think, only returning OFWs and those with Philippines passports or permanent residency visa holders can come in. At least that was the case a few weeks ago. Perhaps it's changed.

    GE.

  15. #27033
    Quote Originally Posted by Beavis  [View Original Post]
    With only 2,000 international passengers allowed per day it is hard for the ones that have a valid visa to enter now.
    How is that playing out practically? Are only 2000 tickets being sold? Are people being bumped from confirmed flights? A mad stampede and the first ones win? All of the above?

    As you said, it's the PI, so there is bound to be some chaos involved but I'm wondering how the 2000 are selected.

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