Tropical gay men

  • zakariahzol

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    Aug 22, 2009 10:17 PM GMT
    How about it guys?. Gay men who live in equatorial earth. Brown, dark, sexy surrounded by colourful tropical flower, rainforest, waterfall and beautiful beaches. We dont have snow, changing season, our food are spicy and strange. Most of us are physically smaller, less hairy (why have a lot of hair when you live in hot weather). We produce unique and lively culture, music and dance.

    From Brazilian Beaches, Mexico, Island of the Gods (Bali), Thailand to Hawaii.

    I know there problem here like everywhere else, overpopulation, poverty, conservative value/religion , poor goverment, and etc. But let look into the good side.

    Are we in paradise yet!
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    Aug 22, 2009 10:54 PM GMT
    zakariahzol said
    I know there problem here like everywhere else, overpopulation, poverty, conservative value/religion , poor goverment, and etc.


    Sadly no. These problems eclipse everything else.

    It's paradise, sure. For tourists. Not for us. icon_sad.gif
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    Aug 22, 2009 10:59 PM GMT
    don´t you get to rub mango juice and ginger on your skin? that has to count for something.
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    Aug 22, 2009 11:07 PM GMT
    Lostboy saiddon´t you get to rub mango juice and ginger on your skin? that has to count for something.


    Ew no.

    Crazy tourists rub anything on their skin! icon_lol.gif
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    Aug 22, 2009 11:08 PM GMT
    "If it's called tourist season, why can't we shoot 'em?"~~Anon.
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    Aug 22, 2009 11:14 PM GMT
    Here I agree with Sedative. There is a world of a difference between TOURING a foreign country and LIVING in it.
    I will never forget a moving story about a British couple who went to a tropical island for their holiday/vacation every year. (But I can't remember which island). Eventually, they sold their home and resigned from their jobs (they were professionals) to settle permanently on their paradise island. Within a few months they were back in the UK after a disasterous attempt to start their new lives. They reported the wide difference between touring and looking for work to earn an income.
    As a backpacker myself, I've had visited many lovely places, perhaps California, Jerusalem in Israel and Queensland (Australia) being tops. Working as a volunteer at a Christian organisation in Israel - which I have done in 1994 - is within my realm. Maybe I can handle a similar scheme in Queensland. Not only at the Great Barrier Reef, but being in the British Commonwealth, there would be similar political and cultural outlooks, especially with the health services.
    But California (or anywhere in the USA)? Not likely, especially with private health insurance, short vacation breaks and (so I've been told) pushy employers!
  • zakariahzol

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    Aug 22, 2009 11:19 PM GMT
    Sen,

    Not to me. I feel very blessed to live in this part of the world. I use to live in snowy Michigan for 9 years, eventhough I missed the changing season, snow and those goodlooking Western guys, but those are stuff are minor in comparison to the goodtimes I have here.

    Your will know what I mean , when the weather start to drop below 0's , with windchill factor reaching minus 10 degree celcius. I work busting my ass making minimum wages just to make a living in some tiny little rented apartment. The cost of living is above the roof, travelling is difficult if you dont have you own car.

    Since you are from the Phillippines, you should do a lot of travelling within South East Asia and see for yourself all the wonder we have here. With the availibility of low cost airlines (Asia Asia, Cebu Airlines and etc), thing are getting cheaper . Most of this SEA country have weak currency (you can take a bus from Ho Chi Min to Hanoi for only 25 usd). A budget room in Thailand cost 4 USD, Indonesia Bali Island 4USD. Why are we letting all this western tourist have all the fun in our own country?. I have meet a lot of those Western backpacker, and I find out , they are really just ordinary folk (not rich at all).

    Of course we have problem like I mention, but it really up to you how to plan and have a good times. Life is really how you make of it. the tropic have it all beautiful weather, good looking men, cheap travelling and it just behind our backyard.

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    Aug 23, 2009 12:04 AM GMT
    Oh go on. Let me rub mango juice into your skin.

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    Aug 23, 2009 12:07 AM GMT
    Be sure to add Saharan Africa. Paradise on earth.
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    Aug 23, 2009 12:09 AM GMT
    MunchingZombie saidBe sure to add Saharan Africa. Paradise on earth.


    Ah!

    Cerulean skies...

    Endless desert, tsetse flies, bloodthirsty warlords, cranky camels, scorpions, snakes, and no water. <3

    Hey is there Starbucks there?
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    Aug 23, 2009 2:02 AM GMT
    Mexico is not as tropical, remember that half the country is actually nearer to the Canada/US border than to the equator and it is crossed by lots of mountains.

    But that makes it more paradise like... you can luxuriously treat yourself to tropical fruits like mangoes without paying a small fortune for them (national products) while enjoying life in milder climates and still being able to hop into your car and reach either coast in a reasonable time... or a forest location, or a desert with the clearest of the skies.

    And the country is a mix of many races, and every tone of skin. There are states where a majority of people is of European descent and states where indigenous people is almost half of the population and, of course, states everywhere in the mix continuum. I don't know if it's the mixes, but local gorgeous men keep me from falling too much for erhmmm... imported goods (*Realizing that most of you are not from here* Not that you are not gorgeous too! But you're relatively far away! icon_razz.gif)

    And as far as culture, spicy food and dance, even I -having lived in five states and visited many more- still can't keep up with it all even if by keep up with it you just mean "to know its existence".

    OK, enough of the tourism ad... icon_redface.gif Sorry for the almost off topic.
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    Aug 23, 2009 2:11 AM GMT
    Men from the Caribbean Islands are hoticon_exclaim.gificon_biggrin.gif
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    Aug 23, 2009 3:09 AM GMT
    MadeNUSA saidMen from the Caribbean Islands are hoticon_exclaim.gificon_biggrin.gif


    yes we are..
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    Aug 23, 2009 3:30 AM GMT
    we surely are.
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    Aug 23, 2009 4:24 AM GMT
    they're okay! hm, haven't visit a tropical island in a while, maybe I need to go soon.... icon_wink.gif
  • lopakados

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    Aug 23, 2009 4:30 AM GMT
    I lived in Hawaii for 6 years, it was awsome. everything from the beautiful blue water to the hot brown men icon_biggrin.gif
  • Sayrnas

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    Aug 23, 2009 11:10 AM GMT
    Yay us frail tropical flowers! XD
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    Aug 23, 2009 11:15 AM GMT
    Tropical gay men: now in Coconut and Hawaiian Punch flavors!
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    Aug 27, 2009 2:56 PM GMT
    Sedative said
    Lostboy saiddon´t you get to rub mango juice and ginger on your skin? that has to count for something.


    Ew no.

    Crazy tourists rub anything on their skin! icon_lol.gif




    lol...so..SO true.....hehe icon_lol.gif
  • CuriousJockAZ

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    Aug 27, 2009 2:57 PM GMT
    I like Pina Coladas and I use a coconut scrub in the shower ...Does that count? icon_cool.gif
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    Aug 27, 2009 3:01 PM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ saidI like Pina Coladas and I use a coconut scrub in the shower ...Does that count? icon_cool.gif


    LOL, i can hear a steel drum band now. I once met this Brazilian man, wow he was HOT HOT HOT.
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    Aug 27, 2009 3:06 PM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ saidI like Pina Coladas and I use a coconut scrub in the shower ...Does that count? icon_cool.gif


    Well it doesn't really count, but we'll give you a pass
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    Aug 27, 2009 3:59 PM GMT
    Brazil is the perfect tropical paradise with gorgeous men of all kinds of mixes. It's also a growing country that may one day have the kind of job market that people like me would want to relocate for. The culture is very cosmopolitan and gay-friendly, the government is not too corrupt, and it's not overpopulated except in a few places. Food is not too spicy there, and the men are not physically smaller. There are amazing culture influences from many directions, Latin, African, Eastern European, Italian, German, Anglo-American, Japanese, Arabian. Cost of living has gone up since I was last there a few years ago, but still a bargain in most places.
  • SFGeoNinja

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    Aug 27, 2009 4:33 PM GMT
    West Indian: hot
    Spanish/Mediterranean: even hotter
    Brazil: hottest?
    Canary Islands, Spain: definitely the hottest!
  • SFGeoNinja

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    Aug 27, 2009 4:35 PM GMT
    duluthmndudeBrazil is the perfect tropical paradise with gorgeous men of all kinds of mixes. It's also a growing country that may one day have the kind of job market that people like me would want to relocate for. The culture is very cosmopolitan and gay-friendly, the government is not too corrupt, and it's not overpopulated except in a few places. Food is not too spicy there, and the men are not physically smaller. There are amazing culture influences from many directions, Latin, African, Eastern European, Italian, German, Anglo-American, Japanese, Arabian. Cost of living has gone up since I was last there a few years ago, but still a bargain in most places.


    Amen! A good friend of mine just got back from touring Rio de Janeiro and Salvador da Bahia, Brazil, and had amazing things to say. The guys especially in Salvador are all ripped because of all the capoeira they do icon_cool.gif!