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  1. If you go to my main Channel page you can check out stuff I’ve covered about moving to the PH in general, which apply to most of the islands here. I haven’t been to GS specifically so I can’t say much about there. Also, Google for expats who have their website based from life in GSantos and they can help alot. Best thing I can tell you is, know a Filipina IN PERSON for a year before getting married. Take your time, enjoy life here.. don’t rush into any big commitments on land or marriage. 🙂

  2. My son who has some problems as Asperger syndrome with some others…He said me years ago:”Dad I have 3 “manuals in my life. 1. Do unto others what you want them to do for you 2. Day by day 3. Every things gonna be all right! Well, you put it better as mentioned only 1/2 of the day 🙂 Easier for you as when you wake`s half of the day gone already…lol! You have a real nice way of thinking! Have a nice afternoon and night! God bless!

  3. Thank you for posting such great videos and your personel experience which is valublable to me and friends who i have shared your videos with .i go to phills alot now i know everything what your saying i relate to that, so salamat .great video great words to, check it out we all should live life on the Present , the PRESENT IS A GIFT.a real serious issue ut the human should listen to your words , lets live for today and the present, it,s not called the present for nothing hehe a million thanks

  4. Hi LifeBeyond, i’m fil-am (naturalized) and still up here in L.A., Went back there almost yearly @ La Playa Caramoan, Camsur. Been in both sides of the world and right, no place is called perfect. I did agree too, you’ll not find “stress” in the locals. Smiling is their way of life, like a daily bread…even at the point of near death. So glad and honored to have someone like you, making footstep in my native land. Stay safe amigo and God Bless!

  5. All things considered, it’s still a great place to explore and enjoy. You can have the big city, small city, rural, coastlines.. and all within easy access with just a jeepney or ferry ride. Can’t beat the low cost of living here unless you consider Cambodia. But here, English is spoken everywhere. I think you’ll have a great time. 🙂

  6. u are so lucky cause u have usa passport so thats mean u can stay there permanently but for my case i stayed there for six month and it really amazing safe and natural life i wish if i can have the filipino passport anyway have fun and nice videos

  7. Your wisdom, and lifestyle of being in a natural environment I think is the true meaning of luxury…the simplicity of it all. 

    Not those other people think that they should have and must have all these material things to be happy.

    “Stan Lloyd: The world is divided up between people who like to watch the sunset and those who don’t.
    Stan Lloyd: People like you are never happy.
    Stan Lloyd: You’re anxious, type-A, egocentric perfectionists who can’t sit still and die alone with a million bucks and a thousand regrets.
    Stan Lloyd: The people who can relax, enjoy the sunset, hold hands at the end of the day…
    Stan Lloyd: They’re the happy ones.”

    An excerpt from a cool movie “After the Sunset”. Pierce Brosnan and Woody Harrelson 🙂

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