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Author: Reekay

About Me.. In 2011 I made the decision to move to the Philippines within a year. Since 2012 I’ve been traveling through various islands of the Philippines as a full-time Expat. (Mactan, Bohol, Panglao, Moalboal, Dumaguete, Bacong, Boracay, Cebu) I recently spent the year living in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Share with me here my ongoing adventures of life in the Philippines. Dating, vlogging, cooking, traveling and sharing the information with you needed to make your own plans for living as a full-time expat in Southeast Asia.
— Reekay

30 comments

    1. Walker Texas ranger in his prime would Have given Steven seagel a good challenge but van damme would have taken them both out !

  1. yes someone made percentage of filipinia too usa women’s ratio, I will mention the filipInia= real woman ,not feminist like in USA NOW.

  2. Thank you for answering my question about keeping the mind active in Philippines. Spoke to an x-pat living there about a decade ago who said that X-pats go to RP to die. He said after many people retire there, their lives do not last long, statistically. His words, no intellectual stimulation, and hence people die. It is of concern. You gave a good answer.

    1. there is SO much adventure to be had in the ph. just gotta walk around and grab it.

      but the guys who spend their days just smoking and hunched over a beer every day.. it eventually catches up with them in a bad way.

    1. for now, visiting into the PH is not possible. (unless you already have a child with your fiance’.)

      as for the K1 visa, for her to leave the PH to be with you, you can use the following link to see how close you are to that part of your process.
      https://www.visajourney.com/

    1. yes, we were told many traditional schools over the years did not have a belt-system. seems to be something incorporated over the last generation.

    1. if older, i’d say… pace yourself. know your limitations, especially if you’ve had back injuries, knee or hip surgery. a person with compromised health can train at their own pace, but if they have heart issues then i’d suggest doing very little sparring or full contact.

      apart from that, an older person in decent health… best thing they can do along with martial-arts training is either yoga or tai chi. yoga will help with stretching to avoid torn ligaments. tai chi for spacial awareness and balance.

      as i mentioned, even under controlled sparring.. expect to get kicked in the face, jam a finger, sore muscles. i used to go to the gym after class to do a bit more practice and then relax in the pool or jacuzzi to minimize sore muscles.

      very important… stretch. and stretch some more. stretch while watching tv. again, yoga is good for this.

  3. Yes there maybe more polar bears but we all have to be aware of melting icecaps and rising sea temperatures, depleting coral reefs, deforestation, plastic in our oceans and so many other factors that cannot be ignored

  4. 特にコロナを覚悟して働いてる人々 みんなで協力して減らさないと 大きな事件につながる

    1. @Roy Jones he said, “Especially those who are prepared for corona and are working. Unless everyone cooperates and reduces it, it will lead to a big incident.”

  5. Hi Reeka, my wife teaches 6th grade on Camiguin, and yes the teachers have to print “modules” constantly, and on their own time, teachers work so hard in the province.

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