Boracay Philippines Bypass Manila

Boracay Philippines Bypass Manila
The world of Tourism is changing fast with the internet, I can fly with from Bangkok for between 100-150 U.S. Dollars one-way which is about half the price of Philippines Air. I do not need to stay in Manila.

I briefly explained in East Africa that I was bypassing Nairobi, Kenya, as I did not see any reason to stop in this city. I see no reason to stop in large cities on the way to better destinations, the world has changed, and it is time for all of us to change.

Thammasat University
Rangsit Campus,
Thailand, Southeast Asia
Sunday, July 5, 2009


The kicker is this, I can stop in Manila and stay at the Malate Pensionne. I would pay 750 Peso and stay in a fan room with no WIFI or I can continue onto Boracay and pay 600 for a Fan room in the
The Orchids Resort with WIFI, etc and so on, and so forth.

I know the Malate area of Manila, I have a few good friends there, however, if this were my first time to the Philippines, I would surely skip the place.

I need to sit in one place, one hotel, and think, relax, work on my websites and give my back a break. However, who knows, I may decide to go somewhere less touristy; I am getting panicky just thinking about the tourist Island of Boracay.

Boracay Philippines Bypass Manila


I always make a fake ticket or have a travel agent send one.

I told the guy at check in.

I go to Dubai on August 2nd with Emerates. He wanted to see the ticketa, I said it was in my computer.

It was there.

A friend sent me an Emerates eticket and I changed it I MS Frontpage or my email client. I save all e tickets for future fake use.

The airlines cares. Immigration did not. Cebu Air or Philippines air wants to sell the ticket.

I was going to print the e ticket.
I did not, I wrote the code on piece of paper. He asked me for my ticket.
All that should be needed is passort and maybe the stupid code.

I was training the check on guy. Thos passenger does not use a printer.

I make many fake tickets. I learned in Carribean where tourism sucks.
Andy in Manila


Hello Tom the Okie,

I am in moral dilemma with this issue, I do not like to encourage readers to break the law or rules of a country. I on the other hand know that rules like this one are often set up for corrupt reasons.

I want a person from India who flies into the USA to have a real return ticket, although I truly do not care of a Brit has one.

Too many people break rules or laws instead of doing the work, I am not breaking this law to avoid work. I am breaking it for the same reason you are, I want to leave when I leave, not when my ticket says I must leave.