5 things you must see or do in the Philippines

The Philippines is a majestic land full of bright colors, simple and admirable culture, budget-conscious activities and products [cheap things!], And the ability to be completely personally controlled to do what you want when you need it Things. When I retire, I wish I decided to stay in half of the world's paradise. There is so much to do in the Philippines, so I narrowed it down to the top five best things to do, or have to check out projects in the Philippines here. When I mention the price, I will roughly convert it to USD to keep you simple. Remember, this is just math in my head. I really like math.

In order to let you know immediately, I am a 26-year-old male, so this article is targeted at 20- and 30-year-olds. There are many historical and modern events in the Philippines, so these are my favorite things, or at least I think everyone should have seen them at least once in their lifetime.

1. Holiday weekends on the white sands of Boracay.

2. See Angeles City and Bar Girls.

3. Motorboat

4. Shoot Uz

5.Visit LA Cafe in Manila, Philippines

While everyone is on vacation and work in school, staying in Boracay during Holy Week is a great experience. On Friday and Saturday nights, the beach is especially crowded, ready to experience the nightlife that Boracay has to offer. The entire beach is lined with clubs and hawkers, selling wine, fresh fish, jewelry and clothing. The White House, Boracay, Philippines, is a nice affordable place right in the heart of White Beach. Be careful when ordering fresh fish from the counter. Notice how all the fish sit on the ice and pour the ice on it. I know it looks delicious, but the fish was caught around 6am and you are about to eat it at 8pm without any refrigeration equipment so the fish sits on ice all day. It's really not that fresh. Not to mention, all the ice comes from nasty Filipino tap water-unfiltered. Trust me, stay away from running water. I got sick twice in the water in the Philippines. Once I was trapped and dehydrated, I didn't even notice that I just drank a glass of water. You've always wanted to order bottled water. Another time was on the beach of Boracay: I only ate two oysters, but that was after my partner had eaten a large plate, so the ice on it completely melted into the oysters. My partner is more painful than me, but still bad.

I missed it in Boracay on Friday night due to a glass of water. Thank God, I have a better life on Saturday night, because this is something everyone needs to experience. Every few feet there was another club sounding and people dancing all night. I recommend a hookah bar and any club. It depends on your preference for music.

Anyone who has been to different countries knows that there are red light districts around the world. After I visited Angeles City, Philippines, I found that Amsterdam is the most famous, but not necessarily the best. I am travelling older than anyone else and I have never seen a place like Field Avenue in Angeles City, Philippines. too crazy! There are only bars throughout the street, prostitutes packed with edges, gyroscope dots with great gyroscopes, and 7-11. The best thing a Filipino can organize in the Philippines is prostitution in Angeles City. These girls undergo a complete STD test every week. We drove past the health clinic where they were checked and each bar had different days of the week. Dude, this place is busy, which is understandable because there are too many bars there, even if I have lived there for more than a year, I ca n’t go there. There are literally hundreds of such bars. There is never an entrance fee or admission fee to enter these places. A waitress will sit with you and she will usually stand next to you. Then let her know if you need anything. If you see a girl you like and make eye contact with her, you can always ask her to come and buy her a drink. The biggest and best place I saw was Atlantis. It's a three-story building, where there must be at least 200 girls, and each girl is beautiful. It's a bit expensive, but worth it. A drink in the United States is still more expensive than a drink in the United States. Now when you buy a drink for yourself, it costs about $ 1.50. When you buy "women's drink," it costs $ 3.00, but the girl gets half of that money and drinks it. She will sit down and talk to you, and then touch you. It's so cool when you find someone who is cheerful and ironic. It is fun to chat with these girls and meet them. Some of them have crazy stories to tell. I quickly asked personal questions such as friends and family.

If you think you are in contact with a girl and you like her, and you want to ask if she wants to return to your hotel with you, then you will ask her many questions. Let her know you like her and ask if she wants "Bar Fine." She would say yes or no. She may not want to go home with you, she may be menstruating, or she may be a "cherry girl", which means she is a virgin. It is important to respect and realize that all these girls are not necessarily prostitutes. These places are like strip clubs, only they wear clothes. They may give you a knee dance [better than anything you get in the U.S. for only a few bucks] or drink and chat with you. If she says "yes", when you ask if you want to get a "bar fine", go ahead and answer a few questions to let her know that you are happy she wants to get a "bar fine", but you have a few first questions. Ask her if she is on "men's clothing". This is the menstrual period they refer to. You don't want her to return to the hotel and find that you cannot do what she wants because she is bleeding. Ask her when she will go home in the morning. You don't want her to leave that night [or maybe you would], but it would be better if she didn't leave at 5 AM because she had children or something. If she can go out, let your waitress know that you are going to fine her. She will bring you all the bills. The "fine" cost for a girl is between $ 20 and $ 25. This girl will go for change and then you leave together. When you return to the hotel, you will have a shower. Use condoms even if you check them once a week. Don't mess up your life. If you tip her, it's up to you. The next day, no matter which way to return to the bar, she will get half the "fine". Unfortunately, these girls can only make about $ 10 for selling themselves, but if they do a fixed job in the mall, they can only make two to three dollars a day, plus they work 13 hours a day ,. What would you do? Will you work harder for less money? Many of these girls are from Ontario, which means they are from poverty, unlike any poverty we encounter in the United States. They are from remote islands or small villages and they are trying to send money home.

A motorboat ride in Boracay is awesome! It feels like you are in a Jay Z music video. Riding a jet ski is the most amazing scenery. At some point, you realize that you are dead. It's somewhere between dancing with the most beautiful women and clubs on this tropical island in the Philippines on the other side of the world. They like to dance. In fact, the three things Filipinos like are Obama, hip hop and basketball. Anyway, back to jet ski. It's a little more than a dollar a minute, but it's worth it. We signed for 30 minutes, but I think they gave us 45 minutes. That was a lot of time. When I'm ready to stop. I'm contracting people. As long as everyone else passes in the same way, you can pass others [or at least no one yells at me]. You should never go in the opposite direction.

My friends met a man named George within the first hour of arriving in Manila. This guy is a liar and knows everyone in this city. Initially, he tried to sell some Viagra to my partner. By the way, thousands of people are selling Viagra and Cialis on the streets of Manila. George then asked my friends if they wanted to shoot Uzi. This caught my friend's attention. "Yes, we want to shoot Uz." So George took them to the corner and fired. This is probably the most expensive thing on our trip. The price of firing Uzi is $ 1 per bullet. It's worth it, because now they have a wonderful story to tell people.

LA Cafe is a bar in Ermita, Manila, Philippines. This is where many girls hang out. Some of them are girls at work, but they didn't charge us because they were just happy to hang out with some cool guys. Be careful not to be cheated in this place. I went there with three friends from California. As soon as we walked in, all the girls turned to look at us. At 6: 7, we were all white, so we were outstanding everywhere we went. We walked into the VIP area upstairs [each can only enter a few dollars] and we got each of us to leave at different times because that's what we often do. I seldom return to the hotel with my friends, I am too distracted and leave after about an hour and a half of hanging out. I know my roommate is gone, so I should leave two friends in the bar. When I left, I said goodbye to someone. I gave him a $ 30 drink. I thought the other friend was in the bathroom. , Another of our friends decided to leave without telling anyone, never to do this! Always let others around you know when you leave or decide to do something else. Alone at the bar, all these girls have always invited their "cousins" to drink, and they are drinking and ordering salads. We expect my friend to pay the full cost. The girls there never paid any money because they were bankrupt. The bill was 5,200 pesos [more than $ 100, not too much considering how much we drank]. My friend only had 5,000 pesos, and one of them paid another 200 pesos. He left the bar and took the three girls back to the hotel lobby, but then they started complaining about how a girl paid 200 pesos, and they wanted my friend to repay the money. He explained that they drank a lot of drinks and ate food, so they should pay some money, and he still paid more than his share. Keep in mind that this argument exceeds $ 4. Then he pointed to the front door and said, "Okay, that door." These girls are liars, so be careful. Other than that, this is a fun place to hang out and play billiards. We stayed in a nice hotel in Emita, Manila, just a few blocks from LA Cafe. It cost $ 100 a night, but its living room has a sofa bed and a The bedroom with a large bet, plus two bathrooms, so I was separated from one person, it was $ 50 per person per night.

The Philippines is a great place. I highly recommend it to anyone seeking adventure. It's cheap, the people are nice, and the beauty of nature is second to none. Always stay safe when traveling to the Philippines or any other third world country. Visit travelingmiller.com to learn more about how to stay safe and play in the Philippines. There are also videotapes of Palawan Island, another great destination in the Philippines.