Thomas Moore

While traveling around Cameguin Island I bumped into Thomas, who introduced himself to me as the Leonardo da Vinci of the 21st century. And he definitely has some stories to tell. He was kind enough to share them on video and now all of you can listen to what he has to say. Check the videos below.

Zwiedzając Cameguin, trafiłem na Thomasa, który przedstawił mi się jako Leonardo da Vinci 21 wieku. Zapraszam do obejrzenia wywiadu, który z nim przeprowadziłem. Part 1: Part 2: Part 3: Part 4: Part 5: Part 6: Part 7:

Tito and Langlang

Meet Namar and Langlang – your guides to discovering the little secrets of the Philippines. / Przedstawiam Wam Namara i Langlang, Waszych przewodników po mini-sekretach Filipin.

Check all the videos below: Episode 1: Episode 2: Episode 3: Episode 4: Episode 5: Episode 6: Episode 7: There, I hope you liked it:)

Camiguin - a typical nipa hut

“I’m not a child molester but…”

“…just look at those fine young girls, slim, tiny, beautiful! But what happens when they grow up? The become fat, round, al the charm is gone, fat cows! This is all because of the way the Filipinos eat! They munch all day, every meal heavier that the other. Look at them, this is supposed to be a poor country but they can always afford a big fat chunk of pork! You see, in Thailand a poor girl will eat a little pad thai and she will be full. But here? I’m telling you, you need to take them before they’re ripe” – says Joe, turning his head around in search of colourfully dressed high school students and waving at the skinny ones. He is quite slim himself – one detail that makes him different from the typical white guy living in the Philippines: wrinkled American pensioner with that special kind of suntan and…