Getting 2 Bohol (109)

Author: Reekay

After 49 years living in Southern California, USA, I decided to move to the Philippines despite never having been here before. I spent a year getting all the information I could online and in July, 2012, I took a leap of faith and transplanted myself first to Mactan and then began my trek through Cebu, Bohol, Panglao, Moalboal, Dumaguete, Bacong and now living in Cebu City, here in the amazing Philippines.

Starting in January of 2019, I will begin a slow trek through Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia and possibly Malaysia, China and Japan. My itinerary is open with no big rush since I hope to share in detail what each place is like as I enjoy it for months at a time.

I am a single man taking an honest look at all that Southeast Asia has to offer, one day at a time. I hope you find my channel informative and/or entertaining. 🙂

I hope you will make use of the links I provide as they help to support some of the costs of making this channel possible. Thanks!

3 comments

  1. what are those fruit called? Is all that stuff in your yard or does it belong to the community? What is it? You have a BBQ grill? Trying to figure out a nice house warming gift lol.

    1. So far I only know the fruit as “rose-apples”. I’m sure there’s some local name for it, I’ll try to find out and post it here. (or maybe one of the local readers knows and can post it) What you see in the panorama photo is my own fenced in yard, so the tree as well as a huge coconut tree are within my property. There are other coconut trees along the road, some mangos and there’s a papaya tree in my backyard as well. No photos of the backyard (yet). As for a house-warming gift.. a cute maid would be plenty warm enough. 😉

    2. So far I only know the fruit as “rose-apples”. I’m sure there’s some local name for it, I’ll try to find out and post it here. (or maybe one of the local readers knows and can post it) What you see in the panorama photo is my own fenced in yard, so the tree as well as a huge coconut tree are within my property. There are other coconut trees along the road, some mangos and there’s a papaya tree in my backyard as well. No photos of the backyard (yet). As for a house-warming gift.. a cute maid would be plenty warm enough.

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