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  1. #752

    DS is Deceased

    Anyone Know how old he was?

  2. #751

    Cebu and a gorgeous 19 year old

    Guys,

    It was back during the first week in January 1987. I had begun fucking a 19 year old white girl with huge tits and a very sexy body (35 E 26 35). Back then I associated with Chuck whom I nicknamed "Bone Collector". Bones was a skinny, white guy with a small frame and a boney face. He was possessing very low self esteem and totally lacking in self confidence. To make up for this Bones would do all he could to bring other people down, making them feel inadequate and miserable.

    Bone Collector, in his usual effort to make me feel unhappy told me, " this may be the last 19 year old you ever have. You better make the most of it". Bones was consistent in one thing, he WAS ALWAYS WRONG! December 7, 2015, some 28 years, 11 months, three days, 9 hours and 36 minutes later LATER FUCKS YET ANOTHER 19 YEAR OLD BEAUTY. No 35 E cup tits, she IS a 36 see 26 35 and quite beautiful.

    I begin by sucking her "hooters" as she moans out loud. I then get her to turnaround so I can eat her pussy, sticking my mouth and tongue deep into her love box. I then move to reaming her asshole, inserting my tongue in and out as she moves her hips, taking my tongue into her asshole. I tongue her asshole for a good 15 minutes. Then, back to eating her pussy as she cums outloud, screaming out. I then have her blow my dick. She sucks my lizard and swallows the head in her lovely mouth.

    I take her lovely body and move her on top of me and slide my dick inside her. We fuck for a good 30 minutes and she screams out as she again orgasms. I cannot cum however. Still recovering from an illness that had me hospitalized here in Cebu, I have to stop.

    The following morning she returns to me and wastes no time getting naked. I get to blow my dick immediately. Then, when really hard and swollen, I stick in into her pussy hole. She rides me for 45 minutes and I hold and squeeze her tits and then grab her thighs to guide my dick in and out of her vagina as we fuck. I feel the head of my dick getting bigger. I ask her, "do you feel the head of my dick inside your pussy?" She replies, "oh Yes, it is so big". I tell her, "I am going to squirt my warm sperm inside of you now". Her reply, " YES, YES, GIVE IT TO ME! I WANT IT". I cannot hold on any longer and I empty both barrels (balls) into her, cuming for minutes, feeling my "milk" going inside her. She screams out loud, saying, "ohh I FEEL IT! Finally, I empty aloof it into her and I fall back exhausted. She lays her head on my chest and tells me that she came twice.

    I am completely exhausted and I fall asleep. Life is good!

    Dragon Slayer.

  3. #750

    More on Cebu Hotels

    Guys,

    I have not booked my Hotel for Cebu. I have not decided yet how many nights I will stay in Cebu also. In the past 18 months on Trips I have tried various Hotels. I found the Best Western Hotel on Escario street to be horrific. A Chinese guy in his 20's is the GM and his "office" is the size of a small closet. I booked for an upgrade in room but got a standard room which was the size of the bathroom off my bedroom here in America. Place was horrific.

    I just tried Elizabeth Hotel, Montebello Hotel and Crowne Regency Towers. Crowne Regency Towers was horrific and quite rediculous. Entered off Osmena Blvd south of the circle, go to a "reception" desk and then ride an elevator to the 16th floor to the Actual Reception to register. You must cross a bridge there (Yes, a fucking bridge) and walk a good 400 meters to reach the Reception. Then you ride the elevator again to the room on either the 10-13 floors. Mercifully, I was there only 2 nights and checked out early in the morning. I never did find the Restaurant as it was located elsewhere in the building. Room I stayed in was quite sparse of anything. Room service food was mediocre.

    I tried the Montebello and, as mentioned, Had a horrible time getting a taxi. Waiting for more than 20 minutes one time and, finally, the lady with me ran all the way to Country Mall and returned with the taxi. Might still be waiting for a taxi today if I counted on the bellboys or front desk. The room I had was okay but lacked internet service, even though the Hotel advertised free, in room, wifi. Room service menu had limited choices and food was mediocre. I was extremely happy to check out of this dump!

    The only Hotel I enjoyed staying at last trip was Hotel Elizabeth. The Bar Manager and his Assistant and several of the guys in the Restaurant from before were still here. They saw to it that drinks and food were quickly sent to our room. My problem was with the stupid fucking kids working the front desk. Age 18-21 and incredibly untrained and very stupid. I had a horrible time checking out as they could NOT believe that anyone actually would pay in advance for a Hotel Stay. Had my receipt from Hotels.com and my credit receipt showing on BOTH that I had paid, in full, for the Room. Had to wait 30 minutes until a phone call to their Manila Office confirmed that I had prepaid.

    I left Elizabeth telling the front desk staff to seek other employment as they were not likely to have jobs here much longer. Bellboys from before were on hand to see that I got a taxi quickly and away from Elizabeth.

    Dragon Slayer.

  4. #749
    Quote Originally Posted by MsAccount  [View Original Post]
    Hopefully there is change in the wind. Elizabeth has a lot going for it and is value for money.
    I agree with this comment MA.

    Jean left before the summer and the reasons for that I was told posted earlier.

    The chubby I also know and that is a regular thing whether or not the chubby is there. Seems to be 'pigs to the trough' mode at times (ad lunch time occasionally).

    I know others have had issues but I never had such a problem. I have stayed at Quest also and is nice ad the speed is OK as well.

    Yes the Elizabeth needs a shake up probably as many of those I remember have left and if you staff a hotel with many OJTs the you will face problems.

    But it still is a good hotel and easier to walk to Ayala and nice rooms etc so is still my preferred place.

    Cathy is correct the correct MA, she has taken over from Jean.

  5. #748

    A late addition to the Elizabeth commentary

    Quote Originally Posted by WickedRoger  [View Original Post]
    Elizabeth lost some key staff DS not because they quit but at times other matters came to be known and they were asked to leave (by the owner who I a told did the request personally).

    I was at the hotel a while ago ad all new I agree as none of the staff I remember from multiple stays there were around. I hear Jean has poached a few but her location is unknown to but a few (rumor is Mactan / Lapu Lapu) as she wants to keep her alleged indiscretions secret from the new employer.
    I had written in the Cebu thread I had stayed at the Elizabeth at easter for 5 days (prepaid) and had to complain daily that the wifi internet did not work (not router access problems but the actual internet was down). I was promised every day the manager (Jean? The manila manager I spoke to (see below) mentioned the name Cathy?) would contact me regarding the problem but I never heard from her. Every day I approached the front desk, the reception would cringe ready for another blast from me about the internet. Given it was Easter the internet wasn't totally critical to me so I didn't demand I leave before the 5 days was up. I vowed I would never stay there again.

    I stayed there two weeks ago for 3 days. The manager from Manila (I forget her name plump middle aged) was staying there for a week. She would have the management team eat breakfast in the caf at 9. 00 am every day. Well I have never heard so many "good morning sirs" from the staff there ever. It got tiring acknowledging every few minutes. The Manila manager was obviously sent to rev up the team.

    Unfortunately the internet was still a disaster. At best I got 3 MB / s (standing up the router in the hallway) and usually less then 1 MB / s and regularly no internet at all. I moved to the Quest after 3 days. At Quest I got a minimum of 14 MB / s and never no connection. I decided to wander back at breakfast and commandeer the Manila manager to enlighten her with my experience. She listened intently and acknowledged things needed to change. My understanding is that there is no manager now.

    Hopefully there is change in the wind. Elizabeth has a lot going for it and is value for money.

  6. #747
    Quote Originally Posted by FreebieFan  [View Original Post]
    One method I have used many times previously is to prepay the first night only. Then next morning, go to Front Desk and say " Hello, fine fellow, I see your rates on agoda are $ xyz. I know that you pay Agoda / Expedia / booking / rooms /trivago.com 20% commission so if you give me the room I'm in for $ xyv we wil both be happy. This has worked fine for me in Vietnam, Cambodia, Indonesia and Australia. We all realise that in Philippines its a parallel universe that fails to follow the normal rules of business, but someone somethere there must be able to compute the logic of this methodology.
    I always use this strategy too FF but like DS I use Hotels.com because it gives good uncomplicated service and a free night after 10 nights.

    I recently completed a 40-day assignment in a SE Asian country (I won't mention it because it might identify me) and I booked for 10 nights in advance at $85/ night. After 4 or 5 nights I went to the Manager (who I had already met in the time already there) and negotiated a rate direct with him for $60/ night that included as much free laundry and I needed.

    I still had my free 11th night and then got the remaining 29 nights at the reduced rate.

    It's a good tip FF. I used the same strategy in Bangkok too at the Landmark on my one-week stopover on the way home. Book 1 night and negotiate the price of the remaining 6 nights. You have to go direct to either the Manager or the Sales Manager, and not waste your time with desk clerks who are not authorized to grant these concessions.

    Just to keep this thread on line with Cebu, another strategy which I used successfully at the Waterfront Hotel in Cebu was to call up the hotel, ask for the Sales Manager and then arranged for a special deal for 2 persons for 4 nights direct with her at local resident's rates. There were no conventions on at the time in Cebu so the hotel had low occupancy and she granted me a 50% cut on the regular rate. It helps if you are resident in the Philippines or can at least show a local driver's licence.

  7. #746
    Quote Originally Posted by WestCoast1  [View Original Post]

    It took 5 weeks for the actual refund to hit my credit card. I used to pre-pay many of my hotel stays in advance, but have slowed down considerably on that. Once pre-paid, your payment may not be refundable for any reason. If the hotel's pool or internet/wifi is down or crappy, you won't have a just reason for finding new digs and asking for a refund on your remaining nights should you want to change hotels.
    at a hotel consists of simply checking in/out (only), with no other front desk contact, more than 50% of the time the front desk staff will not accomplish what I instruct them to do. It may or may not be their fault (each situation is different), it might be the fault of another person they sent to my room to fix a problem. But less than half the time I instruct the front desk staff to do something, will the situation be fixed within a short timeframe (it might not get fixed; or it might get fixed hours later, when it should have been fixed in a matter of 10 minutes).".
    One method I have used many times prevuiously is to prepay the first night only. Then next morning, go to Front Desk and say " Hello, fine fellow, I see your rates on agoda are $ xyz. I know that you pay Agoda / Expedia / booking / rooms /trivago.com 20% commission so if you give me the room I'm in for $ xyv we wil both be happy. This has worked fine for me in Vietnam, Cambodia, Indonesia and Australia. We all realise that in Philippines its a parallel universe that fails to follow the normal rules of business, but someone somethere there must be able to compute the logic of this methodology.

  8. #745

    More on Hotels

    Westcoast 1,

    Thank you. I never stayed at the Mango Park Hotel. I was of the belief that it is a thired rate hotel and I avoid them at all costs. After reading the one guy's experience, I will definitely not stay there again. I normally stay at the Marco Polo Plaza Hotel in Cebu. I have never had any kind of problems there with room requests or check out. I always prepay my room on hotels.com.

    For a period of two years I stayed at Elizabeth hotel 3-4 times a year for as much as 15 nights per stay. It was when they had Jean as the Senior Manager. Not sure about her being a thief but she was competent. The former GM was a great guy. A Filipino-Chinese educated in the USA. He quit as he was working himself to death. They had him running four (4) hotel properties and this IS way too much.

    The convention kept me from staying at Marco Polo this past Trip. Have to see how things are when I return shortly. I did enjoy the Elizabeth Hotel and if I ever stay there again I will NOT prepay for the Room. To be noted, I have NEVER had any problems in Davao when staying at the Marco Polo Hotel. ApoView Hotel was fine so long as Wolfgang was the GM. My last stay there was bad. He had just been fired shortly before I arrived.

    Dragon Slayer.

  9. #744
    Quote Originally Posted by DragonSlayer  [View Original Post]
    The Pinoy, all 5'5", 120 # of him, tried to inform me that in Booking Sites, you pay for ONLY the first night in advance. Obviously he had NEVER booked a hotel online and had most likely never stayed in a Hotel overnight. I stood there for 30 minutes for what normally takes less then five minutes to accomplish. Assholes had to call their Manila Office to confirm that I had indeed PREPAID MY RESERVATION.

    For the past few years I have prepaid ALL my Hotel reservations in advance. This is the ONLY TIME I ever experienced a problem like this.
    Get in line. From the main Cebu Hotels forum, posted July 10 2015, #917, regarding Mango Park Hotel:

    The bad: My Deluxe (largest) room would not connect to the wifi (the router in the hallway was, yes indeed, an old "be" rated puppy). I asked to move to a similar Deluxe room that hit the wifi. They moved me down the hall to a mid-sized room that hit the operational wifi. Upon checkout, after they looked thru the minibar and were sure all was fine with the room, and they got me a taxi to the airport, they thanked me for my stay. I asked them to refund the price difference between my reserved large room, and the wifi-provided medium size room. The girl said "Oh yes. Of course sir". Once she started looking at her computer screen, she (of course) had to call another receptionist for help. Then a third.

    There was consternation. "Sir we cannot refund your money. The refund should be p1500. But I cannot refund". Why not? "You prepay on our website with credit card sir". Yes, I'm aware. "We cannot refund to your credit card. When you prepay there is no refund for cancellations sir". Yes, I'm aware. And I did not cancel. "Yes sir, but you change to smaller room. You cancel the large room". Not so, ma'am. I asked for a similar large room with wifi for the switch. You yourself transferred me to the smaller room. I did not request that. "Oh. Yes. You are right sir. Let me call the manager". She grabbed her cell and placed a call. Hushed talk on the phone with her hand over her mouth and phone. The other two employees standing there had concerned looks upon their faces.

    She hung up. "Sir, my boss says OK to your refund. But I don't know how to refund to credit card. Sorry po. Enjoy your ride to the airport". I guess she thought I'd just jump in the taxi and leave. Hun, just give me p1500 in cash. "Sir I cannot in cash. We don't have that much here". A lie. Call your boss and ask how to refund to my credit card. The girl stepped back, and the 3 receptionists began to talk in hushed tone. Finally she did something on the computer, and refunded the money to my CC. Walah!

    It was all a lie.


    It took 5 weeks for the actual refund to hit my credit card. I used to pre-pay many of my hotel stays in advance, but have slowed down considerably on that. Once pre-paid, your payment may not be refundable for any reason. If the hotel's pool or internet/wifi is down or crappy, you won't have a just reason for finding new digs and asking for a refund on your remaining nights should you want to change hotels.

    Quote Originally Posted by DragonSlayer  [View Original Post]
    THERE IS NO FUCKING EXCUSE FOR SUCH INCOMPETENT FRONT DESK STAFF IN ANY HOTEL!
    You may be looking at the situation from a westerner's point of view. More often than not, I run into incompetent front desk staff in Philippines (and only in Philippines). Its hard to fathom the idea, but unless my stay at a hotel consists of simply checking in/out (only), with no other front desk contact, more than 50% of the time the front desk staff will not accomplish what I instruct them to do. It may or may not be their fault (each situation is different), it might be the fault of another person they sent to my room to fix a problem. But less than half the time I instruct the front desk staff to do something, will the situation be fixed within a short timeframe (it might not get fixed; or it might get fixed hours later, when it should have been fixed in a matter of 10 minutes). Quite literally a few years ago, a hotel manager told me that the idea of "jumping" to fix another person's issue (ie, I asked for an extra towel be delivered to the room) was not the pinoy way: "Foreigner want things right now. Its not a pinoy way".

  10. #743

    Hotels

    Mr Hawaii,

    Thank you for posting. Few guys come to my Forum. I had New Year's Eve dinner at Cebu Midtown Hotel back on December 31,1998. It was nice. I dropped by the Hotel a few years after and new owners / management had destroyed it. The once lovely restaurant on the roof looked like it has been ransacked. A friend stayed there who was on a tight budget. Had the bellboys running cheap *hores into the hotel for him. He ended up catching a venereal disease.

    Unless the Hotel has new management and experienced major remodeling, I would avoid it today. The location at Fuente is a bit too congested for me.

    Wicked Roger, I was NOT discussing the possibility of fucking the young Staff at the front desk. I had my beautiful Lady, the former huge titted 19 year old, with me. When I got to the Front Desk to check out, the teeny bop simply showed me a total on a calculator for my three night stay. I asked for the entire bill and had to wait as she printed it out. I was charged a SECOND TIME for the three nights, having already paid on hotels.com. I pointed this out to her on the Booking Receipt I had presented upon check in. She could not understand this and got a puny, little 21 year old pinoy from the Office.

    The Pinoy, all 5'5", 120 # of him, tried to inform me that in Booking Sites, you pay for ONLY the first night in advance. Obviously he had NEVER booked a hotel online and had most likely never stayed in a Hotel overnight. I stood there for 30 minutes for what normally takes less then five minutes to accomplish. Assholes had to call their Manila Office to confirm that I had indeed PREPAID MY RESERVATION.

    For the past few years I have prepaid ALL my Hotel reservations in advance. This is the ONLY TIME I ever experienced a problem like this.

    THERE IS NO FUCKING EXCUSE FOR SUCH INCOMPETENT FRONT DESK STAFF IN ANY HOTEL!

    Dragon Slayer.

  11. #742
    Quote Originally Posted by DragonSlayer  [View Original Post]
    I spent three nights at the Elizabeth hotel, where I formally stayed until switching to the Marco Polo Plaza. This was the only decent Hotel that I stayed at in Cebu. Room was nice and room service was good and the Restaurants are fine. Problem here is the GM quit some time ago and still has not been replaced. A few months ago, Jean, senior Manager, also quit and took several Staff with her to a different Hotel. Front desk is managed by young girsl age 18-21 who KNOW ABSOLUTELY FUCKING NOTHING!

    II liked my stay at Elizabeth hotel but who the fuck needs to deal with an incompetent, teenage Front Desk Staff.

    Here are some Cebu photos and a couple taken at the Montebello Hotel.

    Dragon Slayer.
    Elizabeth lost some key staff DS not because they quit but at times other matters came to be known and they were asked to leave (by the owner who I a told did the request personally).

    I was at the hotel a while ago ad all new I agree as none of the staff I remember from multiple stays there were around. I hear Jean has poached a few but her location is unknown to but a few (rumor is Mactan / Lapu Lapu) as she wants to keep her alleged indiscretions secret from the new employer.

    It is way to long as you said but I still like the place as the rooms are clean, the showers big enough for 3-4 girls and me at times and is a close walk to Ayala.

    Plus I get a very good rate.

    Teenage girls are acceptable as long as cute and like older men who want to do very naughty things with them as am sure you would agree LOL.

  12. #741

    Cebu Hotels

    Quote Originally Posted by DragonSlayer  [View Original Post]
    Guys,

    The Staff in the front and the bellboys would keep saying, "sir the taxi is coming". The lady I was with began to run up to Country Mall, get a taxi and return for me. This was FUCKING ABSURD!

    I also tried, for the first time, the Crowne Regency Towers on Osmena Blvd, south of the Fuente circle. It can easily be missed as the Entrance is tiny with little in the way of signage. You enter and go down a hall to an old reception area. There, you are told to ride an elevator to the 16th floor, walk across a bridge (literally) to the real Reception Area. Here, three your girls register you and then you must ride another elevator to the floors with rooms, 11-14. Again very strange. The Hotel is like some very weird amusement place. You ride an elevator a a floor with a swimming pool right there and, apparently, nothing else. An elevator ride takes you to a Salon which is Spartan in appearance and furnishings but actually quite decent.

    I would never stay here again.

    I spent three nights at the Elizabeth hotel, where I formally stayed until switching to the Marco Polo Plaza. This was the only decent Hotel that I stayed at in Cebu. Room was nice and room service was good and the Restaurants are fine. Problem here is the GM quit some time ago and still has not been replaced. A few months ago, Jean, senior Manager, also quit and took several Staff with her to a different Hotel. Front desk is managed by young girsl age 18-21 who KNOW ABSOLUTELY FUCKING NOTHING!

    I had to stand there for 30 minutes while the *itch phoned their Main Office in Manila. The 18 year old *unt did NOT even apologize. I departed telling her what I thought of her and the teenage Staff. THEY COULD CARE LESS.

    I liked my stay at Elizabeth hotel but who the fuck needs to deal with an incompetent, teenage Front Desk Staff.



    Dragon Slayer.
    I stayed at the Montelbello hotel only once, years ago, at the request of a young mamasan who ran a bar in the "city" and could not be seen with me at the Midtown Hotel over Robinson's. I don't visit Cebu as much as I used to, 3x a year, but when I did go to cebu I always stayed at the Midtown Hotel, now called the Summit Circle Hotel, and is directly over Robinson's, Fuente Osmena. It is about $45/ night and within walking distance of a lot of the bars. Everyone knows where it is, the taxi ride to Ayala and SM is relatively short and inexpensive. I had one bad experience bringing a girl back to the room because I had forgotten to book for 2 people.

    Anyway, it remains my hotel of choice in Cebu city, even though it is old, they have remodeled some of the rooms. It also offers direct access to Robinson mall without going outside, and the the supermarket on the bottom floor, along with the places to eat, offer venues of female access. There is also a money changer, with good rates, inside the mall. I has a small pool off the lobby, the breakfast is not worth the pesos. You may call the hotel direct, or go thru hotel.com.
    Last edited by Mr Hawaii; 10-18-15 at 06:20. Reason: grammar

  13. #740

    Cebu Hotels and Cebu Pussy

    Guys,

    Work has finally slowed down so I can play around on weekends rather than work. I tried three different Hotels on my Trip this past August-September. I was three nights at the Montebello Hotel, a place I never stayed at before. They gave me a nice, big room off a garden area. This Hotel is located behind Country Mall and is far from the road. One of many problems I encountered is that it took from 15-40 minutes to get a taxi whenever I needed one. The Staff in the front and the bellboys would keep saying, "sir the taxi is coming". The lady I was with began to run up to Country Mall, get a taxi and return for me. This was FUCKING ABSURD!

    The taxi problem would be enough to keep me from returning. It gets worse. It advertised as having free in room wifi. Right! Only internet access was 15 year old desktops in an antiquated business center off the lobby. Room service was very limited and not good. I like a decent room service as I often spend the day / evening fucking the lovely lady I have visiting me. Hotel had only one restaurant which was just okay. Nothing special about this Hotel and the Staff appeared to care less about guest needs. I will never stay there again.

    I also tried, for the first time, the Crowne Regency Towers on Osmena Blvd, south of the Fuente circle. It can easily be missed as the Entrance is tiny with little in the way of signage. You enter and go down a hall to an old reception area. There, you are told to ride an elevator to the 16th floor, walk across a bridge (literally) to the real Reception Area. Here, three your girls register you and then you must ride another elevator to the floors with rooms, 11-14. Again very strange. The Hotel is like some very weird amusement place. You ride an elevator a a floor with a swimming pool right there and, apparently, nothing else. An elevator ride takes you to a Salon which is Spartan in appearance and furnishings but actually quite decent.

    My room was just adequate. Room service was bad and I avoided the restaurant in the hotel as it looked pretty horrible when viewed. I was there only 2 nights and left in the morning of the second night. I would never stay here again.

    I spent three nights at the Elizabeth hotel, where I formally stayed until switching to the Marco Polo Plaza. This was the only decent Hotel that I stayed at in Cebu. Room was nice and room service was good and the Restaurants are fine. Problem here is the GM quit some time ago and still has not been replaced. A few months ago, Jean, senior Manager, also quit and took several Staff with her to a different Hotel. Front desk is managed by young girsl age 18-21 who KNOW ABSOLUTELY FUCKING NOTHING!

    I purchased my Hotel Rooms at hotel.com as I normally do. I presented my Receipt (voucher) showing I paid for three nights at Elizabeth Hotel. Upon check out the girl wanted me to pay AGAIN! She never heard of anyone paying in advance on some website. I asked for the Manager and was informed that the Manager was NOT there that day, a busy weekday during the Conference being held in Cebu City.

    I had to stand there for 30 minutes while the *itch phoned their Main Office in Manila. The 18 year old *unt did NOT even apologize. I departed telling her what I thought of her and the teenage Staff. THEY COULD CARE LESS.

    I liked my stay at Elizabeth hotel but who the fuck needs to deal with an incompetent, teenage Front Desk Staff.

    Here are some Cebu photos and a couple taken at the Montebello Hotel.

    Dragon Slayer.
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  14. #739

    Cebu Misc.

    Guys,

    Cebu is fast becoming a Non Smoking City. Wonderful! All Restaurants at Crossroads have eliminated indoor smoking and the Elizabeth hotel prohibits smoking in ALL public areas, including the two Restaurants. I do not know if it has any smoking floors but I have never seen anyone smoking in the Hotel. The Marco Polo Plaza has 24 floors and only two of them permit smoking. Both always appear to have available rooms.

    I wanted a room on the 19th floor or higher last trip so I could bring the children up in the glass elevator so they could see the city / ocean from the elevator. I was informed that the only rooms available were on a smoking floor. I was strongly urged to NOT stay in one of these rooms as I, as someone who never smoked, would not enjoy staying there. So I passed. I am aware of no place in the Hotel where you can smoke, such as the Lobby Lounge and the Restaurants. I have never seen anyone smoking in this Hotel.

    If you venture all the way downtown to the sleazy underbelly of Cebu, you will find "Our Place" Bar on the corner of Pelaez St and Sanciangko St. This is the haven for ex-pats for the past 40 + years. I first visited it in 1992 and I last went inside in 2000. The problem is 1) it is located in the sleaziest and very dangerous section of Cebu City; 2) it is a smokers den and the air literally reeks of smoke and nicotine (absolutely disgusting); and 3) the lowlife ex-pats that go there are NOT the kind of individuals you would want to associate with, unless you are of the same type. I never meet any of these individuals anywhere else in Cebu and I most likely never will. They do not work and are on very small budgets. Back in 1997 the conversation at the Bar consisted of how much whiskey the dancers at the Silver Dollar Club (Osmena Blvd, south of Fuente; new owner and name today) could consume in an evening.

    As Cebu has developed and expanded over the last fifteen years, there are many decent places to go to eat and drink. Places suitable for bringing a lady, something Our Place is definitely NOT. One time back in 1994 an Australian names Henry fucked a prostitute in the bathroom there. At the time the Place had only one unisex toilet so things were delayed a bit as he fucked the Pro. He ended up leaving Cebu shortly and the Pro was banned from entering the Bar again.

    Why did I visit the Place back in the 90's you might ask? I did not make as much money as today, I was much more of a beer drinker back then (rarely, if ever, drink beer today) and I felt the need, for some unknown reason, to be around ex-pats, no matter how fucked up or sleazy they were. Having children and "cleaning up my act dramatically" has me avoiding places of this nature.

    Dragon Slayer.

  15. #738

    Cebu August 2015

    Guys,

    A lot happened here this Trip. I met several ladies for the first time. Foremost among them is the lovely 18 year old who sent me more than a dozen nude photos of her. I can tell you that she IS exactly as she looks in the photos she sent me that I posted here. She has a lovely body, nice tits and a beautiful pussy. A great fuck!

    I will relate more later. I hope to see her again next trip.

    Dragon Slayer.
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