I did not feel dangerous but there are things that have shown us a lot of...

When I was a college student, I wanted to leave Japan anyway and I could n...

When I was a college student, I wanted to leave Japan anyway and I could not help it. I wanted to test how much English I could communicate abroad and wanted to see how I could adapt myself in a country with a completely different sense of value. Of course I did not have any money, so when I looked for a place I could go with my parents' savings and money saved at part time job I went to the poor country Philippines even in Asia. In this case it is a country that uses English and prices are quite reasonable so we jumped in for a poverty trip that would manage somehow. In the story I heard from the local Japanese, the Philippines first said that security is quite bad. It is everyday to meet the pickpocket at the airport. The Japanese seems to be a good duck, recently Filipino people talked to them in English friendly, and when they tea with them, sleeping pills are contained in tea, so-called ""sleeping pill robber"" which is peeled off is also on their way And that. When you take a taxi, you must get on the passenger seat without fail, as soon as you are threatened by the driver or you feel danger, you got advice to pull the side brake immediately and escape as it is. It was my intention to pray everyday to melt into the locality and intend to do a poverty-stricken trip, always living and going home alive. Fortunately there was no big trouble, but in the story of a Japanese who became a friend in the field, when a couple rides a taxi, the car suddenly stopped, and an unknown person came in from both sides. I could not escape trying to escape, eventually I could not get anything from money to watches, accessories, everything in the gold eye, I managed to depend on the robber somehow, leave me a funny story that only the return taxi fee was left behind It was. Awesome Philippines. I newly realized that overseas travel should always be safe.