"kpg" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
>> It's that bad?
> Well, we're famous for our transvestites.
> ...and they are VERY convincing.
> Not that I know anything about that, you understand.
No, I don't...please tell, just how *do* you know so much about them? J/K.
> Of course, that was before Katrina, I guess they all may
> have moved to Houston.
Dambit...no...not Houston...no wonder she kept *stressing* that she was a woman,
but only took it in the trapper and the crapper.
On Thu, 21 Dec 2006 12:37:32 -0600, "BD[MCNGP]" <...---...> wrote:
>"PajaP" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
>news:(E-Mail Removed).. .
>> On Thu, 21 Dec 2006 08:25:16 -0600, "BD[MCNGP]" <...---...> wrote:
>>>Ok, I know why I was in the Philippines, but why were you in the Philippines?
>> Well with me it was nothing to do with the armed forces, which I am
>> guessing was your case?
>Yeah, and that's what I was wondering about you. But you are from Spain, no?
No, the UK. Wales originally but I have spent so long living in
England I sometimes forget I am not English.
>> Me, depends on which time. Business, pleasure, business/pleasure.
>> My wife is Filipino so I expect I will be going back many more times
>> too. Liked Manila, love Boracay.
>Nice, I sometimes wish I had married filipino, unfortunately the navy wouldn't
>let me bring home...uh...nevermind.
Yes, I'm happy. They are lovely people. Saying that, there is good and
bad in everyone. I never witnessed any crime myself but the newspapers
had plenty of horror stories, much like anywhere else.
Was a bit of a shock he first time I went to a shopping mall also.
Everyone is frisked for guns and explosives. Also a typical sign
outside a lot of bars would be similar to, "please deposit your deadly
weapons here before entering".
Speaking of nice people/races.
I have done a fair bit of traveling and what surprises a lot of people
is when I tell them one of the warmest and hospitable peoples I have
met has been the Moroccans. I have been to all their major cities and
towns and was also welcomed. Surprised me, especially as it was
shortly after the 'Kuwait' Gulf war.
Might have been because when ever I was asked my nationality I always
replied "Welsh" and not British