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Foreign surfers to visit the Phil. after the hostage-taking?« on: September 18 2010 04:09:00 »
Are we still going to have foreign surfers visiting the Philippines after the hostage-taking incident?
It's really a sad and an outrageous incident.
I couldn't help but to blame our own police blah-blah system and can't help other people, (especially foreigners) who gave such horrendous and horrifying comments/opinions on what happened here, weeks ago.
I want to give my deepest apologies to the Hongkong nationals.
My country's sincere and deepest apologies.
Share your thoughts.
RE: Foreign surfers to visit the Phil. after the hostage-taking?« Reply #1 on: September 21 2010 00:09:00 »
Such incident happened anywhere in the world not only in the Philippines, but maybe it should not blame all Filipino's and the country itself, it not everybody's fault only one man did not and with that we should not prevent ourselves to enjoy and explore the beauty of nature in the philippines.
RE: Foreign surfers to visit the Phil. after the hostage-taking?« Reply #2 on: September 24 2010 23:09:00 »
All I can say, is that it your messed up government needs a major kick up the arse. Your new president couldn't run a shit fight and you copycats (off the yanks) voted the clown in. Get a real president and get rid of all the goons that are running all the crime rackets to keep their places in power. You people get bought and sold for a couple of pesos
RE: Foreign surfers to visit the Phil. after the hostage-taking?« Reply #3 on: October 03 2010 02:10:00 »
foriegn surfers will still come to the philippines after this hostage crisis as most of the surfing areas exspecially the most famous in the surfing world "cloud 9" is in a area that most foriegn countries warn against all travel too but surfers keep coming as that allure of perfect uncrowded waves draws us all
it was unfortunate what happened in manila but it will not effect the real surfing tourist much at all,the chinese tourist that was planning on coming here to learn to surf it will definately effect