Retire on $965 Month Panglao Island Philippines

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75 comments

  1. One impoartant thing you fail to mention in your ‘retire in XXX on $XXX a month’ videos is the cost of gasoline. But even more important is information about ATM’s, like how much can you withdraw in one transaction? In some countries (like here in Vietnam) it is as low as only the equivalent of about $150 USD in their currency and you pay the ATM fee each time. I learned this the hard way in Argentina. For most people that means they pay an ATM fee for the country they are in plus the bank from where they came from. You could lose 5-8% on a withdrawl this way which makes life more expensive unless you want to enter the country with lots of ca$h! Therefore your advice not to open a bank account for anyone residing in one of these countries is flawed, they should just open an account and maintain a low balance of say $1000 so they have a small reserve and $1000 is not too much to lose. Then they could transfer money in by wire and lose lot less in fees or direct deposit of their SS checks. In Mexico where I was staying before you can buy almost anything now with a credit card, and receive a fair exchange rate with no ATM fees!

    1. @Gipsy Dean I opened a Charles Schwab account with $100 and I have half of my social security check deposited into it every month so I have two debit cards. Also a Chase Sapphire account cost $25 a month and all transaction fees are free anywhere in the world..I have learned more from the comment section that I have from any video I have watched..just sayin๐Ÿค”๐Ÿค”๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜ท๐Ÿ˜ท๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—

    2. @Don R Well not everyone has a ton of money in a Schwab account to have their card, I use a Capital One card that at least does not charge any international purchase fees but my bank debit card is a real ripoff now charging a percentage of cash advance instead of a set fee.

    3. Thanks for asking a great question Dean … and thanks for answering Don … Charles Schwab. We pay about $1 USD per liter for fuel in the Philippines which is about $3.67 per gallon for 91 octane. ๐Ÿ™‚

    4. I have done a fair amount of travel all over SE Asia and Europe. I use Charles Schwab debit card which refunds 100% of ATM fees. There are several cards that do this.Your right, fees can kill a small budget.

    1. It might be one of the cheapest countries. ๐Ÿ™‚ But I have been cooking much more because there are fewer veggie choices compared to other parts of SE Asia.

    1. Thanks DCMetroGecko. We will be slowing down for a time so feel free to enjoy some older videos i the mood strikes. We have been putting out 5 per week for 2 years noe. ๐Ÿ™‚ Best, Dan

    1. i lived in sagay, negros occidental, for a year, the beach was awesome, met only one caucasian, no mall like sm but it had a big grocery store, no restaurant with ac but in my apt i had ac and cable tv, my rent for a 2 bedroom 1 bath was 4,000 pesos and with 2 guard dogs i felt really safe. eating out was very cheap and the people seemed friendlier. my mode of transport was a motorbike and a hundred peso gas was good for 3 days.

    2. Sounds great Mark. Do you have a few examples in mind or are you asking my thoughts? Thanks for watching and commenting. It helps our business. Best, Dan

  2. Thank you very much….Maybe you can help me; I am considering moving to Philippines. I was considering Thailand but I hear it is a lot harder in Thailand.

    1. Hello Mate. have lived in thailand for 20 years, and now i got to get out of here,considering exodus to P.I. as it seems to be better than thailand. Dont really know for sure. Im70 y/o and basically undecided. But you, not Thailand, youll regret!!

    2. You will just need more money in many parts of Thailand. Plus, all of the Visa rules changing all the time in Thailand gets annoying. I love the food in Thailand. Check out Vietnam to before you make up your mind. Thanks for commenting. Best, Dan

  3. Wow!! You are showing pictures of the chocolate hills and giving a history lesson.. nobody wants to know the history but everybody wants to know what you are filming and where it is and how much it cost to see it.. also everybody wants to know how much groceries cost and when you’re in the grocery store slow down and show all the prices.. you move your camera around so much it makes me dizzy.. keep trying and you might get it.. you will know from the amount of subscriptions you get if you are doing a good job or not.. you give too much of the wrong information ๐Ÿ˜Š thanks ๐Ÿค”๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜ท๐Ÿ˜ท๐Ÿค—

  4. Great to see footage of Alona Beach. Enjoyed some amazing scuba diving a few months back in September ’19. Hope to visit again! There was a brand new clinic about a mile from the McDonald intersection at Alona. She was a retired Doc from Las Vegas. $10 for a visit. Thanks for the great video!

  5. Very easy to retire here in most areas. Nice video!๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘โค๏ธโœŒ๏ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฝ

  6. Almost 1k, multiply that by just say 50p that’s almost 50k pesos unless you spend 2k everyday then yes you can live $960.00 definitely in the province but not in manila or the cities.

  7. I believe if you live a simple life and know how to be contented you are less prone to boredom and depression than living like a king in a perfect world.

  8. Panglao is very expensive by Philippine standards.All the prices of food and drinks etc. are like “tourist prices”. I felt sorry for the locals who lives there.

    1. Fortunately, not all of the Philippines is as hard on the locals. That is partly why I suggest people don’t spend so much more than the locla sto live. It pushes prices up. Best, Dan

    1. I am not sure. Does anybody else know? But since creating this video, I am of the opinion that you should not get a retirement Visa in the Philippines. That is what all the expats I meet here are suggesting. Don’t bother with depositing money or any of that. Free first 30 days (for Americans, Canadians, etc), then just extend every 6 months after that for about $40 per month. I know that conflicts with what you read online but that is what happens on the ground here with immigration.

    1. I have read a few comments from some that have, Greg. So it may be possible for some people. But you would need to have some money set aside just in case. Best, Dan

  9. I traveled to the chocolate hills of Bohol and went diving in Panglao in 1993….very few tourists back then. My first of many trips to the Philippines. Your videos bring back memories, and provide very useful information for travelers, expats and potential retirees.

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