At least four men stopped me on my way out, a couple downright telling me to go home with them. “I’m seeing an amazing girl tonight,” he said over lunch. To that end, this stereotyping may ultimately seem to be a shallow and bothersome thing, but it should not be dismissed.More and more Filipinas are experiencing this by the day, and why shouldn’t we acknowledge those of us who feel this way? ” Asks a man across the aisle from me on a flight to Hong Kong from Tokyo. I’ve been to Cebu, Bohol, Boracay…” This reaction is the usual spiel I get from foreigners who have been to my country.
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There’s no subway, the local surface train (MRT) barely works and is constantly overcrowded.
Metro Manila has an estimated population of 13 million people and that figure continues to grow each year.
“We don’t say that in Australia,” he scoffed, before looking up its definition.