Saturday, November 10, 2007

Topless Girl in Phi Phi

Topless Girl in Phi PhiAlright, I had no idea this topless girl was in the picture when I took it. I only noticed when I uploaded the picture onto my computer (you might have to click on the picture to see her).

A while back I made a post about foreign girls wearing bikinis at a waterfall near Luang Prabang, Laos. Every guide book we read said that you are supposed to be modest. The advice was to cover up and that topless sunbathing was absolutely not acceptable.

I guess German (or French or Italian or Dutch) girls don't read English guide books.

And in case you were wondering what the people of Southeast Asia consider a bathing suit, this is a picture I took of a beach side shop in Halong Bay, Vietnam:

Asian Bathing SuitDon't you like that little skirt at the bottom? Oh well, I guess European girls and Asian girls just shop at different stores.


jake rhymes with cake said...

bikinis aren't allowed because women are suppose to be modest; but it's okay for men to wear banana-hammocks? i think the latter is by far, WORSE!!!

Bruce A. Bateman said...

That's a very nice ..rock.

Those off the rack suits look like something out of a different era. 1930's sexy but a bit more colorful.

Maybe they would look better on a human, but I'm not betting on it.

I see a sail boat anchored off that rock formation too. We get a few 'cruising' sailboats here on Saipan, but not many. Those folks make for excellent salesmen (no pun) at the next port if they are treated right while visiting. Cruisers can say for weeks or even months if they like a location and often have a fair amount of cash to spread around. We are off the beaten path but could still mount an inexpensive campaign to draw a few more sailing crisers in here. Might be worthwhile.

saipanboonieman said...

lol! i couldnt help it, i had to click it :-P .......

bigsoxfan said...

The coast guard should issue a waiver; no life preserver required.

Did you actually see anyone wearing swimsuits as on the rack? Clothing rack. I wonder if there tourism advice is aimed at getting swimming costumes which don't sell off the shelves. In Indonesia, with the muslim influence, I could see why the restriction.

Oh well, nice pic anyway. Great structure, firm stratigraphy