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  1. #14954

    A phone thingy and the NAIA girl

    Upon arrival at T1 from my int'l flight, after picking up luggage and heading towards taxis, before exiting the doors I spotted the Globe stand and purchased a Globe sim card. I had the girl install the card into my American smart phone. I loaded it right there. To make absolutely sure the card worked, I asked the girl to send a simple txt to my number from her phone and she did: "Hi. Angela". I replied Hi, Westy. And went on my way. 2 days later having coffee with a mate in Makati, I noticed his cell showed 4 GLTE, while mine showed 4 G only. Both of our sims are Globe. Later I walked in a Globe store in the mall, found a techie rep there, and he pointed out that my sim card was 4 G-capable only. If I wanted LTE then I would have to purchase a new LTE sim card. Hey, kid, can you transfer my load balance + my purchased unli data + txt msging from the old sim to a new LTE sim? "No sir, sorry". Great. Off I went.

    As I was departing the mall, out of the blue I got a txt from an unknown number: "Hi this Angela. Remember? Manila airport". Oh, yes, Hi sweetie, let me add you to my contacts. "Westy where you now?" Makati sweetie, why? "I have shit life. Birthday tomorrow. No celebration. No money". Oh my, did the NAIA Globe chick just hint at money? Well, that's unfortunate honey. "Westy what you do tomorrow night?" Ah, flying to the province in the morning sweetie, out of town for a while (never thought I'd say this: Saved by Cebu Pacific). "Oh ok. Shit life here". The next day she sent several more txts about having no money for her party that evening. The txts died down in quantity, but persisted for several weeks.

    Regarding the 4 G sims, the Globe guy said there some phones out there that are still not LTE capable, and that's why the Globe peddlers sometimes sell 4 G-only sims. Wish Angela had offered the option.

  2. #14953
    Quote Originally Posted by DreamCarnarvon  [View Original Post]
    My budget is $30/ night. All I'm looking for is a nice clean place with WiFi and cable TV (for the girls).

    I am going to be staying in Manila for 1 week. I am not going to visit EDSA and Burgos much, if at all. I do plan to visit LA cafe for a night or two. I will mainly be using dating sites and wechat to meet girls and invite them to my place. My main objective is to bang as many girls as possible, as well as making my 3 some dream come true.

    1) I've read through the legendary DS aka Member #4387's posts and knows that he almost always stays in Makati. Its a more upscale neighborhood so I think girls will be more willing to come to Makati as oppose to Malate or Ermita. Any thoughts on this guys? Also, Makati seems like a pretty big area. What area should I stay in for a balance of security and affordability?

    2) Hotels vs Airbnb. The hotel that DS stays at is way too expensive for me. Yet the Makati hotels I found in my budget range (30/ night) all look old and nasty to me. Anyone have any hotel recommendations? I'm kinda leaning towards Airbnb as I have found a few in the Makati area that look pretty clean and modern. The only concern I have is the security of my belongings with overnight pinay (s)? Anyone experienced dating site girls with stealing? Any input is much appreciated.
    $30 a day is a bit tight. That'll get you a low-end pension, like the Malate Pensionne at p1000 per night. Red Planet is less grotty than a pension, but the rooms are very small.

    Airbnb is your best option for price + amenities, such as a swimming pool and a gym. You may also save a bit on your total budget by cooking a few meals at home rather than dining out and hanging out at in coffee shops.

    Yes, it's unlikely an airbnb flat has a safe. BTW, if an airbnb landlord is reading, you ought to consider putting in a small, hotel-room safe in your condo as a way to differentiate it from the herd. The safety of your valuables depends on the quality of your hiding spots. I've never had a dating site girl steal anything from me *knock wood*, and I meet a lot of them. Those who have stolen have been late-night drunken pick ups from the likes of LA Cafe, etc. It's only been a few occurrences, so not the norm. Minimise temptation. Don't keep valuables visible, don't have a lot of cash in your wallet, don't leave a stranger alone in your place as you dash out to get food or whatever. Common sense precautions.

    We've debated the merits of Makati v Manila often in this forum. I'm a Makati advocate for many reasons. Some girls are wary of going to Manila itself because of perceived danger. I've had a few girls tell me they've had never been to Manila though they've spent their entire lives living in Makati, QC, etc. On the flipside, there are many Manila-based dating site girls who possess no misgivings at all. For me an important thing is the ease for the girl to travel to and find my place - I'm not running around to malls and coffee shops. Though metro Manila transport sucks, it can suck less in some places. I lived in Makati for a couple of years before relocating to Pasay. I think Makati is far superior to Manila because of the variety of transport links, the safety, the grocers, and the better dining and entertainment options. But, for a fella who wants to pull from LA Cafe, Harrison Plaza, and Robinson's, to stay in Makati is double plus ungood.

    I tend limit myself to visitors who live in metro Manila (I don't need the hassle of some newbie coming from Pampanga), and Makati is the ideal spot for girls coming from QC, Las Pinas / Alabang, Pasay, and Manila itself. A girl in Caloocan can board the LRT, take it to Gil Puyat station, exit and board a jeep or bus going to Makati. A girl in QC can board the MRT and then bus or jeep. Keep in mind that a lot of girls can't figure things out, so they'll be asking you to sort it for them. If you can't answer questions, then it may be best for all for her to take a taxi or you to arrange transport, such as an uber. Look for hotels / condos near major intersections, easy to see landmarks, and not too far from MRT / LRT stations. In Makati an ideal inexpensive location is near Makati Medical Center, such as the condos in barangay Pio Del Pilar. Staying at a condo near Greenbelt is even better because a girl can find that on her own, but those are posher residences and more expensive.

  3. #14952

    Hotel or Airbnb

    I am going to be taking my first trip to the Philippines in October so its still a good 2 months away from now. But when I was checking out accommodations on online yesterday, I found that a lot of hotels / apts are already booked through September. I'm thinking that I might need to book soon to secure a good place.

    My budget is $30/ night. All I'm looking for is a nice clean place with WiFi and cable TV (for the girls).

    I am going to be staying in Manila for 1 week. I am not going to visit EDSA and Burgos much, if at all. I do plan to visit LA cafe for a night or two. I will mainly be using dating sites and wechat to meet girls and invite them to my place. My main objective is to bang as many girls as possible, as well as making my 3 some dream come true.

    1) I've read through the legendary DS aka Member #4387's posts and knows that he almost always stays in Makati. Its a more upscale neighborhood so I think girls will be more willing to come to Makati as oppose to Malate or Ermita. Any thoughts on this guys? Also, Makati seems like a pretty big area. What area should I stay in for a balance of security and affordability?

    2) Hotels vs Airbnb. The hotel that DS stays at is way too expensive for me. Yet the Makati hotels I found in my budget range (30/ night) all look old and nasty to me. Anyone have any hotel recommendations? I'm kinda leaning towards Airbnb as I have found a few in the Makati area that look pretty clean and modern. The only concern I have is the security of my belongings with overnight pinay (s)? Anyone experienced dating site girls with stealing? Any input is much appreciated.

  4. #14951
    Quote Originally Posted by RenaldoB  [View Original Post]
    Thanks BD! Sorry won't be heading to AC. But I might just change my mind once I reach the Philippines.

    So one of my goals for my trip to Manila would be to take multiple girls back to my hotel room (I'm sure that I am not the only person who shares this goal). I'm not talking about just 2 girls but 3+. Just want to try and experience that in life. Any pros out there who have experienced this willing to share their experience and how to achieve this goal? Any problems with the hotels and you bringing more than one "guest". I understand that one guest is OK but would they deny the other girls?

    Thanks in advance!
    For the multiples, my best advice is to make it clear to the first girl what you want, then ask her if she has any sexy friends, sisters or cousins that would be interested in joining the party. For the hotels, my experience has always been, don't cause them trouble and they'll pretend not to notice our pursuits. I've many times brought two at a time quietly with normal conversational tones among us. On occasions with 3+ guests, I've kept a couple in the room (bang box only, no personal belongings to worry about) while escorting the others up to join us. When I am thinking clearly enough and have enough advance detail, I just ask the door guy to let her / them up to my room when they arrive. That's just my experience, hope it helps.

  5. #14950
    Quote Originally Posted by WestCoast1  [View Original Post]
    At the time, there was no white taxi lane. Just fixed-cost taxis (they look like white SUV's), touted at p530 to my hotel. Should have taken one. There was construction, and an obvious traffic jam getting out, backed up all the way to the taxi queues. Went to the yellow taxi line. Time to get yellow taxi: 90 minutes. Kept looking back at the fixed-cost taxi lane, but no more fresh taxis were showing up (and relatively few yellows in my queue). After entering my yellow taxi, we moved 20 meters in 30 minutes. Time to depart the airport facility: 1 hour. Time from getting to the street, until getting to my hotel in Malate: another hour. P470 on the meter. This was late afternoon. Saved myself 60 pesos and waited 90 minutes in the heat. Boy, I showed them pilipinos!
    Based on a half dozen recent visits through NAIA it appears that the problem is not primarily related to choice of taxi (admittedly, there is often a queue for the cheaper yellow cabs), but to construction. It appears to me that construction of the new Skyway (intended to connect Mall of Asia, Cavite expressway, the airport, and World Resorts area to the Southern Expressway) has really created a bottleneck. Taxis, jeepneys, buses, and other vehicles seem to have been cut off from some of the shortcuts that they previously used to get in and out of the area, especially around Terminal 3. So now everything has to flow through a few narrow lanes underneath the overhead roadway that will eventually be the Skyway. Access in and out of T1 and T2 isn't much better.

    I arrived at NAIA via Roxas a couple times, and it was similarly backed up, presumably because of all the traffic headed into the congested construction area approaching the airport. Getting from T3 to Makati (or to go to Malate / Ermita via the Southern Expressway and Osmena) seems to have fewer problems. I suspect if your driver had taken the Southern Expressway / Osmena to get to Malate he would have gotten there with less traffic congestion, even though it seems more roundabout. The driver will want 20 pesos for the toll, but so what?

    GE and others have written about the growing gridlock in Metro Manila. Construction planning and implementation are obvious problems, but somebody recently suggested another factor: Call centers and other IT work has produced growing numbers of "middle class" families, and the availability of cheap, small cars has made it possible for them to own cars for the first time in the family's history. This means increasing numbers of vehicles on the roads.

  6. #14949

    LA Cafe

    Had a day at the start and the end of my trip to kill in Manila and stayed at Hotel Kimberly which is currently undergoing renovations at was a little noisy the second time around. It can't go without saying that Manila is one of the worlds great shit holes and I'll avoid the place if I ever come back.

    Making the best of the situation I headed down to LA Cafe and based on many of the reports I read here I didn't expect much. The place is a bit of a dump but there were a few cute girls, and some horrors to be had and I ended up with a half Spanish, half Philippines girl for 3000 pesos for the night. Not sure if I over payed but I'm sure the price police will flame me if I did.

    Back in the room and (insert name here) was super sweet. Long and slow BBBJ, sex in multiple positions and 3 shots by the time she left at 9. 30 am. At the end of my time in PP I returned to LA Cafe and after about an hour of talking and negotiating with 2 or 3 girls I ran into the original girl from the first visit. Took her again for another fun night.

    Had a few hours to kill the next day before my flight so wandered back down there about lunchtime and there were probably 15 girls there, all old or ugly or both. Needless to say I left alone.

  7. #14948
    Quote Originally Posted by RenaldoB  [View Original Post]
    Thanks Hutsori. I haven't thought about those parts yet because I wanted to find out if its highly possible (with the girls and hotel being OK with it). But I am definitely hoping for having all of them in bed at the same time and the breaking off into groups would probably be plan be. So I guess I definitely need to discuss it with them beforehand. Hope they are OK with each other. Can't wait for this trip!
    You're welcome. Just about any experience may be obtained. However, assuming things will happen as you dreamt is most likely result in the experience not meeting the expectation. Conversation goes a long way to improve the likelihood of your hapenis.

    Of course arguing with 3 women in your hotel room at 3 am may be on your bucket list too.

    As for the hotel, it's case-by-case when two or more guests show up. A hotel may classify them as guests, i.e. someone residing in the hotel, whereas you see than as visitors. If you have the name(s) of a hotel or two the forum may help with specific info. Better still, email the hotels, taking care to mention that they are your visitors and not guests. A way to bypass this uncertainty is to rent a condo through Airbnb or similar service.

    Enjoy your stay.

  8. #14947
    Quote Originally Posted by XMan  [View Original Post]
    P530? I've had them quote over 1000 for a trip to Malate.

    The last two times I stayed in Malate the taxi used the Skyway (from Terminal 3) and I noticed we sped past Makati on the way. It made me think I should be staying in Makati.

    Westy, were you using a different terminal and did the taxi use Roxas Blvd. ?
    That was T3. The taxi headed to Roxas, and took a total of 2 hours from my stepping in, to stepping out with my luggage at the hotel. Add 90 minutes waiting in line.

    I too have had huge quotes from some of the touts, going Malate or Makati, over p1000. However I think those guys were not airport-sanctioned. The prices are marked on a large chart. Admittedly the chart is hard to read, as you must walk right up to the chart, then find your city / area to find the cost. Then you know the truth if the tout was over-pricing you.

  9. #14946
    P530? I've had them quote over 1000 for a trip to Malate.

    The last two times I stayed in Malate the taxi used the Skyway (from Terminal 3) and I noticed we sped past Makati on the way. It made me think I should be staying in Makati.

    Westy, were you using a different terminal and did the taxi use Roxas Blvd. ?

    Quote Originally Posted by WestCoast1  [View Original Post]
    Concur. Recent flight from Cebu to Manila was extended airborn (good weather) on CP (flight left on time).

    Time to depart the aircraft, pick up luggage, and get to the taxi queues: a short 10 minutes.

    At the time, there was no white taxi lane. Just fixed-cost taxis (they look like white SUV's), touted at p530 to my hotel. Should have taken one. There was construction, and an obvious traffic jam getting out, backed up all the way to the taxi queues. Went to the yellow taxi line. Time to get yellow taxi: 90 minutes. Kept looking back at the fixed-cost taxi lane, but no more fresh taxis were showing up (and relatively few yellows in my queue). After entering my yellow taxi, we moved 20 meters in 30 minutes. Time to depart the airport facility: 1 hour. Time from getting to the street, until getting to my hotel in Malate: another hour. P470 on the meter. This was late afternoon. Saved myself 60 pesos and waited 90 minutes in the heat. Boy, I showed them pilipinos!

  10. #14945
    Quote Originally Posted by WickedRoger  [View Original Post]
    The new airport was suggested during the last 6 years of PNoy (PAL and SM I think proposed it) but as you noted earlier, this idea fell flat fro a number of reason one likely being people wanting to dip their hand into to the pot of a private investment that the investors did not want. Always politics etc gets involved to mess up good ideas in the country IMHO.

    For example Dubai built T3 in around 30 months I think. You could say a different dynamic but there was likely some hanky panky but 30 months is still impressive.

    I wish the airport was upgraded where it is or a new one built close by with good infrastructure links to the main part of town. These ideas are not new and as GE says maybe the new president will get things organised.

    The frustration of delays and circling Manila airport for 45 minutes does grind a bit if you are a frequent traveler like myself.
    The ground equipment at NAIA could be upgraded but won't be, and the stuff now in use was antique ten years ago. The physical infrastructure at the airport cannot, or so I'm told, be improved as there's no room for another parallel runway, so significantly increasing capacity isn't feasible. I'm hoping the San Miguel plan gets untracked but I have no real hope, and the chances are that even if the plan were to receive approval, they would prompt lawsuits that would tie the whole thing up in court for years. What worries me far more than the frustrations stemming from the endless delays is the fact that, according to IATA, NAIA is one of the world's least safe airports. Couple that with the fact that the only civilian flight radars--aside from one approach radar in Cebu--are in NAIA, and ancient, and it doesn't take an aviation expert to anticipate the potential for catastrophe. I think of these facts every time I fly here and I fly at least four times a month.

    GE.

  11. #14944
    Quote Originally Posted by WickedRoger  [View Original Post]
    The frustration of delays and circling Manila airport for 45 minutes does grind a bit if you are a frequent traveler like myself.
    Concur. Recent flight from Cebu to Manila was extended airborn (good weather) on CP (flight left on time).

    Time to depart the aircraft, pick up luggage, and get to the taxi queues: a short 10 minutes.

    At the time, there was no white taxi lane. Just fixed-cost taxis (they look like white SUV's), touted at p530 to my hotel. Should have taken one. There was construction, and an obvious traffic jam getting out, backed up all the way to the taxi queues. Went to the yellow taxi line. Time to get yellow taxi: 90 minutes. Kept looking back at the fixed-cost taxi lane, but no more fresh taxis were showing up (and relatively few yellows in my queue). After entering my yellow taxi, we moved 20 meters in 30 minutes. Time to depart the airport facility: 1 hour. Time from getting to the street, until getting to my hotel in Malate: another hour. P470 on the meter. This was late afternoon. Saved myself 60 pesos and waited 90 minutes in the heat. Boy, I showed them pilipinos!
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  12. #14943
    Quote Originally Posted by GoodEnough  [View Original Post]
    As anyone who has lived here for a while knows, the general philosophy about maintenance is: "Wait until it breaks, then act surprised, then throw in the cheapest possible fix and repeat the process when it breaks again. " This applies to all phases of life here from roads to power plants. Hopefully the new administration will do things a bit differently.

    Clark would be an easy out but probably isn't a viable alternative given its dilapidated terminals, the likelihood that its ground equipment hasn't been upgraded since the US left and the lack of a reliable transport link to Manila. The only workable alternative is building a new airport and allowing the private sector to design, build and operate it.

    GE.
    The new airport was suggested during the last 6 years of PNoy (PAL and SM I think proposed it) but as you noted earlier, this idea fell flat fro a number of reason one likely being people wanting to dip their hand into to the pot of a private investment that the investors did not want. Always politics etc gets involved to mess up good ideas in the country IMHO.

    For example Dubai built T3 in around 30 months I think. You could say a different dynamic but there was likely some hanky panky but 30 months is still impressive.

    I wish the airport was upgraded where it is or a new one built close by with good infrastructure links to the main part of town. These ideas are not new and as GE says maybe the new president will get things organised.

    The frustration of delays and circling Manila airport for 45 minutes does grind a bit if you are a frequent traveler like myself.

  13. #14942

    Did anyone else feel the chill?

    It was a hot, muggy day in East Asia. Thanks GE for lowering the temperature. As I read you post, I couldn't help but think, "that really would be a cold day in hell".

    Quote Originally Posted by GoodEnough  [View Original Post]
    SNIP The only workable alternative is building a new airport and allowing the private sector to design, build and operate it.

    GE.

  14. #14941
    Quote Originally Posted by WickedRoger  [View Original Post]
    Another great tourism advert for the country and shows that comments posted here earlier about the lack of investment into the airport are now becoming more evident IMHO. The lack of maintenance is very worrying. Friend was caught in the debacle and going to Clark is not a viable option unless there is proper infrastructure between it and Manila.

    As a result some politicians are again pushing for Clark to be the main airport (vested interests are of course not involved in this LOL).
    As anyone who has lived here for a while knows, the general philosophy about maintenance is: "Wait until it breaks, then act surprised, then throw in the cheapest possible fix and repeat the process when it breaks again. " This applies to all phases of life here from roads to power plants. Hopefully the new administration will do things a bit differently.

    Clark would be an easy out but probably isn't a viable alternative given its dilapidated terminals, the likelihood that its ground equipment hasn't been upgraded since the US left and the lack of a reliable transport link to Manila. The only workable alternative is building a new airport and allowing the private sector to design, build and operate it.

    GE.

  15. #14940

    Manila Trip goal

    Quote Originally Posted by Hutsori  [View Original Post]
    The most important thing is to discuss what your specific expectations are before bringing them back. Do you expect the 3 to be in bed with you, or is it OK for 2 or them to sit in the toilet and wait their turn? Do you expect them to play with each other as well as you? If you expect them to play with each other, is merely kissing and breast caressing acceptable, or do you want to see cunnilingus performed, strap-ons, and scissoring?
    Thanks Hutsori. I haven't thought about those parts yet because I wanted to find out if its highly possible (with the girls and hotel being OK with it). But I am definitely hoping for having all of them in bed at the same time and the breaking off into groups would probably be plan be. So I guess I definitely need to discuss it with them beforehand. Hope they are OK with each other. Can't wait for this trip!

    Quote Originally Posted by Socker  [View Original Post]
    I've done a few doubles in Makati but never a triple (my dream too) w / FLs on Burgos. I feel like I'm just an inch short for 3 way BJ action but you could have double duty on Rudy while the 3rd is busy on another body part.

    I always stay at St Giles and I think I could bring 3 in there no problem. Three will be tricky to handle so you'll need to have the right 3 ladies. It should be easy to find them on Burgos St, the cost would be around 2 k each if they are hot and there are some hot FLs on Burgos.

    Good luck w / that!
    Thanks for the recommendations Socker, I will try St Giles for a night or two depending on how the first night goes. But did you have any problems with the hotel when you bang the 2nd girl? How close is the hotel from the good "spots". Hopefully I can find some hot ones so I can post the pictures in the PG section.

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