(1of3) Karaoke Fun at the ‘Whatever KTV’ in Dumaguete

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    1. @LifeBeyondTheSea – Philippines London England is like that. If I say good morning to someone out of politeness on the way to work for example (in the past, I don’t live there now, they’d lift there head, look amazed and concerned and shuffle past completely ignoring me, (and think I was a nut too no doubt). However in the country in the UK the people are a lot friendlier and it took me a little time to get used to people saying good morning to me, I kinda had the same reaction as I was conditioned by London life. Cities and stress is what that’s about and the way cities alienate people I suppose. I found a great sense of freedom living in Thailand and well, their Buddhist culture permeates the place. People there are very nice and very friendly in very similar ways to how you describe.  That is a big part of the richness of living in such countries for me. 

    2. @Ian UK honestly, i have to say that fiipino people really are very friendly.  like one time i went down the merkado taking photo graphs.  everyone from a large group of jr high kids posed for me in the street, people posed/smiled from their balcony, even a guy painting on a rood stopped to smile and pose for me.  i’ve been welcomed into at least several dozen homes for dinner/fiesta with people who only knew i lived ‘in the area’ or ‘knew so-and-so’.  very friendly people overall.   back home in california though.. stop someone just to ask the time and they reach for their pepper spray.  ha!

  1. i know there is a big English influence there but why dont they ever sing in their language????  Even their TV programming is like half and half,,   kinda funny,,  i guess some words dont exist in their language,,,  SO english it is,,   hahah

    1. @BenFern kay many of the big hit movies here are shot in ‘taglish’ (half/half).  but there are lots and lots of hit songs on the radio that are pure tagalog, it’s just most of us foreigners have our ear tuned to our stuff.  ha!

    1. +LifeBeyondTheSea – Philippines kareoke is so huge, that pres aka mayor duterte is cracking down the noise level & adding curfew. dont know if its added yet though.

    2. +ivor nappinion in the PH, karaoke is a big past-time. karaoke machines are sold all over town and many filipino households either have them or rent them for parties and get-togethers. it’s fun, i’ve enjoyed it. 🙂

  2. I dont know if i like the rooms, played in a band all my life not only do i like to entertain my friends but a crowed the more the better are their clubs like that there?

  3. hey dont know if you remeber me. posted in one of your videos i open up a restaurant a year back. now ive got ktv bar myself if your ever in zamboanga hit me up. name of the ktv is pidiongs chicken inato…. cheers man!!!

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