Moving to Boracay Island

Posted by August 24, 2016

Living in Boracay Island is very popular among some people looking to retire and be a beach bum. What is living on Boracay like and is it for you? I will warn you, there is about a million tourist come through a year! Before we start, understand that I am not a fan on Boracay Island and think is is a cheap knockoff of Hawaii….

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A month ago, I did an article on places that someone moving to the Philippines might consider, Camp John Hay was the top of that list. I want to re-visit that article with a series looking at more depth into a few of the places.

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I have wrote before about the issue but I want to talk about people that think prostitution is a career path and it is a “developing industry.” It is not. It is crime and it destroys lives. The sex tourists do not care but those who have to pick up the pieces do care. Let’s talk about prostitution in the context of the Philippines where…

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There is a new service for getting things from the United States. It is called USA2everywhere. I have not used them yet so I do not know how they compare to Johnny Air. I have never had issue with the service at Johnny Air but I will try this new one just to see it is comparable. The rates are basically the same.

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Are you looking for a cheaper place to live than the United States? The reality is it might be hard to find. However, as someone who has lived outside of America, I think the most important thing is to know what you want before buying a plane ticket.

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It is with sadness that I write this. I have had an interesting history with Ned Kelly of Philippine Dreams. It is mostly just commenting on each other’s channels. If he wants to live in denial of the sex trade going on in Dumaguete, that is his choice. However, making personal attacks on me is not right. The reality is that him (and a few…

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There is a movement in the Philippines that is anti-American. It is based on the concepts of the Communist Party of the Philippines. They were considered a terrorist network until just a few weeks ago. However, the anti-American attitude does run deep and spans several generations.

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