Discussion in '☋ General Chat ☋' started by Deejay7544, May 21, 2009.
maybe not to you, but It does to them!
RM bldg in Bantayan, near St. Paul University Dumaguete. There's a good massage place there fore just P250.
The Reflexoligist in the Public Market, bldg 5, second floor does a good job with feet and hand massage, I think she learned from a chinese healing practicioner as an OFW. Men and woman are welcome.
Wonder if the place is called "Happy Endings"?!:D
the weather sometimes changes, from sunny to rainy.. but this past few days it was all sunny but not very hot. with massage u can try royal spa near st.paul's university its nice..also nuat thai near cathedral....
you can check out hayahay if ur into pizza or beer.. by the boulevard there are a lot of restos u can enjoy.. apo island.. siquijor island if you want to visit a beach..
Well KTM, I thought it was funny :D:D:D:D
Found a great place for a massage called Thai Boran Massage across form national book store complex on Sillman ave. Male or female, either will give you a massage.
I recommend Che Che. you may want to call for an appt in advance, 422-7935.
Nice ambiance, clean and quiet. No hankie pankie so don't expect any.
prices go from 150 for a 1 hour foot massage to 250 1 hour oil massage (Swedish)
and you can also get the traditional Thai massage.
I can't find the blind massage place any where. Did it move, or where exactly is it, and is it still the best massage in town, or are there any better.
Gecko, I saw a sign for blind massage just before you cross the old Banica bridge heading into town, on the right side. I used the blind massage service in Japan, mature elderly ladies, a great way for the ladies to have some income and feel a sense of worth. Haven't had an opportunity here yet but my wife and I will.