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  1. Good stuff Tim. Yesterday a neighbour walked past our house holding plywood obviously 2nd hand, i said ” oy, your stealing” ( as a joke), she understood me then laughed we both laughed because after any home improvements etc there is extra outside homes etc.not my home…my point is : be nice to locals and they will reciprocate in kind ( as you do always Tim). The people do enjoy a joke and a laugh just speak slow and clear y’all..😁😎

  2. Transformers, more than meets the eye, transformers, robots in disguise……. yes, learning waray waray would help but hard to learn a new language when older . Easier for a child to learn a new language faster, ……… It is nice too that there is some decent medical care in Tacloban and if you need even more advanced care Cebu is a half hour flight away or 4 hour boat ride……. You only really run into family everywhere in the US if you are in a very ethnic neighborhood or a small town. Suburbs or big cities rarely have that anymore.

  3. hell yeah man! if you’re gonna marry someone from a different culture, you ought to learn their language; she learned English, gotta return the favor. :’-D

  4. Tim you are learning the local language! Stop fooling us bro 😎. This video eased my depression from being in a big western city. It is so true walking the same street or taking the same train or bus everyday for years and not recognize anyone.

  5. Hey Tim my friend, I am definitely going to retire with my Filipina wife in the province. My wife is from Kalayaan Laguna up in the mountains. I can’t wait until the Philippines opens up again so that I can get ready to make that life change. Keep putting out the great content Tim. I love your channel my friend. Much love to you and your family.😊 😊 😊 ❀️ ❀️ ❀️

  6. Hi Tim! One way to let your neighbors know if it’s too late or too loud for karaoke is to throw rocks at the roof. We used to do that and same with our neighbors they will throw rocks at the roof to let u know it’s time to lower down the volume. It’s all about courtesy πŸ˜‚.

  7. Your wife is beautiful inside and out. You have a gorgeous little boy. A loving family around you in a beautiful location. Life doesn’t get much better than that Tim.

  8. I’m glad to watch this video especially looking at the ocean view is calming. Great videoπŸ‘πŸ» Always look at the bright side of life. Hello to you and family. πŸ‘‹πŸ»πŸ‘πŸΌβ€οΈπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έβ€οΈ

  9. always great to see you and your family Tim K, firstly you call sandals flip flops,, Australia called thongs, there they are called slippers haha. Its chilled and “Just because” is common thoughts in the province, dont fight the system just go with it. Amping, God Bless.

  10. Wow 83 comments and I am the first to push like button wow…..hey Tim whats up…sorry gone…but working and saving to try to get there hopefully soon bro….I belong to movement “Love is not tourism PH” trying to get to our loved ones and lift travel ban…at least your together you and Chrissy

  11. have you ever thought about filming indoors while it was a heavy down pour outside, just to give us a feel for what it’s like during that time? just a suggestion.

  12. It should read, top ten in “your” province. There are another 80 provinces in the Philippines. I do know that number 1 is common across them all πŸ™‚

  13. Yes New World ! good call no sharing drinks even when it is coconut water. Wow stock car sounding boats ha funny. Good people good community good food. Thanks Tim enjoy your day

  14. Tim, hope you and your lovely wife and son are well.
    The word tubig is commonly used for water that you drink, bath, and cook with. Though lots of people prefer “mineral water” to drink which is really just filtered water. The ocean is called dagat.
    Be safe and enjoy the life.
    Doc

  15. Tim Dale is getting bigger every video I think he’s going to be as big as you when he gets older
    Yes the family is very important and sometimes it can be a good thing my wife’s family there are doctors and nurses and people who have hair salons former Mayers relatives that work at government offices and the lineups get very short and if you need work done there is always someone who knows how to do it

  16. When I send my girlfriend money she lets her family know they say they’re all going out for burgers at the 7-Eleven I asked her why do you tell him I send you money she says I help my family I said no it’s for you to save for our place she says we’re going to live at Grandma’s place which Grandma passed away but they have so many people there who stay

  17. Tim, outstanding video, as always! Thanks! In the past, I used to dwell on the negatives of life. But now, I look into the positives, the intangibles that make me appreciate life more. Tc GBU

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