What if you could travel back in time and reverse life-changing decisions you have made?
The American Expat is coming up on six years of living in the Philippines. Here’s my annual review.
The crusty old expat and his patient wife return to the Queen City of the South for some R&R.
What could your own home in paradise cost?
The crusty old expat’s scorecard for Manggahan 2015.
Our new home construction project now begins Month Six.
Island hopping and spending a relaxing day at the beach can be enjoyed all year round in the Philippines.
I run into a group of over-sized mangoes at the Manggahan Festival.
Life is tough. I have to spend a Sunday on the beach surrounded by pretty pinays.
It’s hard to beat a cold bottle of San Mig while relaxing at a beautiful beach resort in the Philippines.
Take some advice from the crusty old expat.
Could the aging kano be pressed into service as a member of the local SWAT Team?
Yes, you, too, Pilgrim, could be a rock star in the Philippines!
The crusty old expat is finally motivated to write a new post.
Two charming senior ladies in Iloilo do The Kano’s dirty work!
Could this crackdown be construed as “cruel and unusual punishment?”
Occasionally, my “dark side” makes a guest appearance.
The light at the end of the tunnel? It’s in sight.
The crusty old expat gets his first snake bite!
I was more excited than Bruce Jenner at a LGBT convention.
This was not any planned brown out, which are very common in the Philippines.
The roof problem has been fixed and work continues on our new home in the Philippines.
The dispute has been settled.
Property disputes in the Philippines are very common and sometimes lead to bloodshed.
Work on the new roof is progressing.
The Shirven Hotel in Guimaras. Where expats meet for a cold beer and good food.