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(More than 500 articles about tongkat ali and better physical relationships in general)

Tongkatali.org's Choosing the right country

By Serge Kreutz
Follow Serge on Twitter@serge_kreutz

I am an expert when it comes to finding optimal relationships opportunities. But I'm not perfect. And it is a dangerous position to believe that one knows "everything" that there is to know on relationships destinations. That can easily result in learned incompetence.

For this reason, I periodically review the conclusions I have made a few years earlier. I have, for example, been to Indonesia twice in the 80s and early 90s, and each time discarded it as unsuitable, until, at the third trial, I discovered the country's enormous potential.

I do the rounds every few years to countries I have previously dismissed, just to make sure that my earlier decision was appropriate. We live one life only, and it is too valuable to not be at the best place. After all, where to be is our most important decision.

The decision-making process on where to be starts with choosing the best country. Countries change. The Philippines was ideal in the early 80's, and it was probably even better in the 70's. There was a decisive turn to the worse in the late 80' (but then, for relationships adventures, most of the region did lose some of its attractiveness, and so did other parts of the world).

My experience is that once countries get worse for relationships adventures of foreigners, they don't get better for many years (probably not within a normal lifetime). For this reason, I do not want to be a latecomer among foreigners who visit a country for relationships adventures.

I was in Thailand at the beginning of the 80's when Thailand was a pure relationships tourism destination. But at that time, Thailand was already on the decline as a destination for relationships adventures. I was in Cambodia in the mid 90's when the only way to get safely to Phnom Penh was to fly in.

When I revisited Thailand in the early 90's and Cambodia in 2001, I could clearly see how things got worse. I have little interest in a country that was much better a few years earlier (when even back then, I decided against it, and in favor of another country).

Of course, once a country qualifies as a relationships destination, its quality as such will decline, and it will do so the faster, the more Westerners go there for relationships adventures.

So, is the World as such getting worse for the playboy lifestyle? Probably, in the first decade of the 21st century, this is the case. In the late 60's and the 70's, the world overall got better.

But even if the World gets worse overall, there are always some countries that, unexpectedly, get better. A good example is China. That country was totally unsuited up to the late 80s, but in the late 90s, China became good destination. But as all countries, after becoming a good destination for relationships adventures rather suddenly, there will likely be a rather long decline when matters gradually become worse and worse.

The challenge is to always find the country that at a certain time either has become a good destination, or that simply, at a certain time, is the best hunting ground. It's a terrible waste of one's life to be at the wrong place.

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