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They are walking about the same sidewalks, working in the malls and at the same marketplaces and beaches.
On my second day here I went directly to the nearby mall (only 3 blocks away, so I usually walk) and I went upstairs to the food court to try and patch in to the wifi signal while getting myself some breakfast.
I’m from a fairly small town and even though I’ve been to Los Angeles and San Diego plenty of times I was usually too busy either at the beach or shopping to engage anyone of their niche.
Maybe that means I’ve led a somewhat sheltered life in this particular regard. Here, you will cross paths with ladyboys and gays on a regular basis.
As I’ve mentioned before, everybody here already knows who is ‘local’ and who is ‘new to town’.
Even I, being here only 6 months in Basak can spot a new foreigner versus a seasoned one from across the mall in a crowd.
The banners had the photos of contestants on each one.
The only good thing is that they are usually a bit more respectful and not so ‘grabby/touchy’ as some of the ladyboys.
Most of them their family eventually accepts it, though not easily. The Waterfront is a large and classy hotel, well known in Cebu and internationally.
Ladyboys, if they can afford it, will also get breasts implants and various cosmetic surgeries to make the whole look complete. As my taxi pulled into this very large and expensive hotel the parking lot was filled with large banners advertising the Ladyboy Pageant they were hosting there the following week.
I know who frequents here nearby and I know a new face when one shows up.
So it was little surprise that my second day here as I was having trouble getting the wifi signal that everybody who worked in the food court knew I was fresh off the plane.