I have been watching your videos for several years now. I have actually been to iloilo a couple of times. My wife’s cousin lives in Zarraga. We have a home in Bacolod. We are just waiting until we are retired to spend more time there. We spend about 6 weeks there every other year. I really enjoy our time there.
Retirement will be an adjustment and doing it there will be a big adjustment. New habits and a new place. I’m sure I will settle in just fine.
What were your top 3 things that were the most difficult to get use to? Have you adapted well to them now?
I am very easy going and can fit in most anywhere, so had no real issues here.
There are always little things, though… Brownouts when I am trying to sleep, loud stereos, and no Taco Bell.
I could get a generator but the brownout are not that often – a rechargeable fan does well enough. Nothing can be done about loud music, you either get used to it or build a soundproof bunker (I am leaning towards a bunker ha ha). No Taco Bell, but we have Greenwich. Not the same but just as unhealthy.
Ok honestly the humidity. It took a couple years but I have adapted. I went to Dallas for a visit and wore a jacket & scarf in October?!
I had to learn which grocery stores had good quality meat, who sells butter etc but nothing major, really.
But as I said, I am easy. I am just glad to not be working anymore 😎🍹🇵🇭
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Can you kindly make another vlog about stores and repair shops for all your digital needs. I know you have a post about where you had your pc and mobile units repaired. How about brand new laptop and desk top units there. How much is “too much”,I know you buy your units here in the US. How about APPLE stores? Do they hav…[Read more]
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