Best Countries To Meet Nice Girls and Avoid Prostitutes

If you where to go any where in the world for a couple of weeks where would you find the nicest girls that are not full on prostitutes?

A man wrote me and asked,
"If you where to go any where in the world for a couple of weeks where would you find the nicest girls that are not full on prostitutes?"

There is no simple answer, because there are men that are young and very handsome that could enter a European countries and hook up with many girls easily.

Let me explain this, in the majority of countries,  girls dating foreigners will be called sluts by their friends and family if seen. While in countries like Thailand or Philippines there are men walking around with girls everywhere, the majority of these girls are bar girls who do not care what the people say, a nice girl is not going to walk around with you in Thailand or the Philippines.

So to me, the question is this, which country will nice girls walk around with foreigners?

Then to make it simpler, which countries are girls excited to meet a man from a the Western countries of the USA, England, Europe, Australia and New Zealand regardless of age or looks.

The absolute simplest country I know of to meet nice girls that will walk around with you is:

Togo, West Africa, then maybe Ghana, Cote d'Ivoire or Benin.

In South America it would be Colombia or maybe Peru, but some problems in Peru, I think in many ways Mexico could be on this list.

I am told that countries around Romania area of East Europe can be simple or the Stan countries below Russia.

Not simple, I hope to one day make a list of countries and have friends explain the pros and cons for specific country.

Please watch this movie that truly explains the situation:

The World of Suzie Wong


Hi Andy,

I'd like to qualify your response about Filipinas in the Philippines.

As you know I am married to a Filipina and I know men here in the Philippines that are from Germany, England, Canada, Australia, and the USA that are married to Filipinas. We are all older men. I am 69, and my wife is 24. Before I met my wife through my cousin who is married to a Filipina I had attempted scams played on me by two Filipinas. If my cousin hadn't insisted that my wife was different from the scammers I would have moved on.

The stigma about the Philippines and the bar girls is justified enough if all a person does is go the 'bars'. My wife is from a rural area of Bukidnon. Like her, the other asawas of my friends are also from areas that are not known for the bar girls.

Most men who frequent the bars are only looking for a quick f**k and then move onto the next one. Those men are not attracted to a girl that wants to marry and live happily together. Some of these men do find that ‘Pretty Woman' aka Juliet Roberts and marry them but that is rare.. My wife has sisters, cousins, and friends that are always asking me if I know a Kano like me they can meet. They refuse to go to the bar cities to look for a husband. These are good women who will make great wives, lovers and companions.

I know that most Western minds, especially some women, will see an older man married to a young Filipina and suspect she's a gold digger. I understand this as thee people have only their limited Western experiences.

I have met women almost all over the world. In Romania, she was a very intelligent gold digger. In Dominican Republic, they were all gold diggers I met. Costa Rica was better, but most were already engaged to a nice man. It is only natural in the poorer countries for bar girls to look for a sugar daddy.

I can without being biased that the real Filipina is truly a woman you can trust, respect, and know when she says she loves you she means it. Many Filipinas, if need be, will go to work to help the family income - would a gold digger be willing to do that?

The only problem I've had here in the Philippines is with the males - they seem to think they are entitled to the Kano's money or things because he is married to their sister/daughter. Sadly, it is built within the culture that males are not educated to care for themselves. The parents do not kick the males out when they are old enough and continue to support them and their lifestyle. The women are taught to continue to care for the males despite the males are often lazy.


What is your common language?


English - most here speak it.


I was studying Tagalog in Bagui with an American military teacher, who taught American soldiers Tagalog. Bakit Hinde Wow, this is a long time ago, this was in 2005.


Just posted a pic, Turns out they weren't just saying Why Not?, They were asking for directions! LOL

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