KEEP THE GOOD WORK, ARE YOU AND MICHELLE MARRIED ?
I HAVE MET A LOT OF WOMEN ON THE INTERNET, THEY SAY THE WANT TO GET MARRIED TO ME. AND THEY WANT TO LIVE IN CEBU.
OR DUMAGUETE WHAT YOU TAKE.
We are not married but have been living together for over a year. Is someone on the internet says they want to marry you without having even met you, I’d be a bit concerned. Always take things slowly here. Always.
Thank you for all the information I appreciate And I will take it slow when it comes to relationship I would love to meet that girl first.
Good idea, Robert. 🙂
Concerned for your well being after being hit by Nona. Leave us all some good news , trusting it is good , what ever . My Jena in Laguna has only half a roof, Dad and Hubby of sister will be roofing today !
Dang. Sorry for late reply. All Nono brought us was a bit of rain and some nice cool weather. Negros Oriental usually misses storms coming in from the east as they trend to track northwest towards Luzon once they enter the Philippines Area of Responsibility. Hope you got that roof patched up!!
My wife and I have been Enjoying your videos since coming across your youtube channel. Its refreshing to see good people out there making a difference. Keep up the good work guys!
Thanks D&D! I think people do good things all the time – they’re just not usually documented in a video. 🙂
Just found your web site and envy your videos. My wife of 34 yrs is also from dumaguete. We have often talked of going back as we are getting retired now. Would love to live in Dauin. Anyways the best you you both and keep up the wonderful work of showing Dumaguete.
There are actually a few condo complexes on the beach down there – or just make sure your wife has her dual citizenship and you can just buy a lot and build your own place. Thanks, Dale!
Thanks for all the information, I appreciate very much, Everything you and Michelle are doing. I plan to go The Philippines next year.
To meet with a lady that I have been talking to for over a year,
This will be our first meeting in person We chat online all the time.
Again thank you Nate and Michelle.
Thanks for that, Robert, and you are very welcome. And good luck on your future trip to the Philippines. I am sure it is one you won’t soon forget. 🙂
Any idea why there’s a error … When I try to get on mailing list?
It only gives an error when your email is already on our mailing list. I haven’t done updates to the site in a while and you might have forgotten that you already signed up.
Enjoy your Videos !
Thanks, John. I enjoy making them….. most of the time. 🙂
Hi Ned and Michell,
Really enjoy your YouTube channel. I did 2 tours at Cubi Pt/Subic Baywhen I was in the Navy and kind of regretted not being able to get out and stay. Now my health( Heart Failure and several of the other things you get when your age goes past 70) keep me from coming back. I miss the people, the laid back culture and the diving . I was a SCUBA Instructor for what I think was one of the first recreational SCUBA shops in the P.I. (Southeast Asia Undersea Services or SEAUS) the last time I was stationed there. I really liked your series on your training at Harold’s Mansion. I was an SSI Instructor and found it interesting they are still in the Philippines. Unfortunately I was one of those guys who never got off Luzon, so I missed Dumaguete and Apo Island. It was not my intention to write a book here (My friends tell me my e.mails tend to be rambling) so I’ll cut it off.
Keep- up the good work,
Thanks a lot for sharing that, Bud. Yeah, even though their boat broke down on our first dives with them, I still like Harold’s Mansion – we go there every few weeks for pizza and fish adobo!!
I’ve been to the Philippines several times back in 2009 & 10 but only on the main island of Manila. I married a sweet Filipina with 3 kids. They all came with me back to the States. Sad to say we are now divorced. She has remarried to a younger guy and seems happy and I am happy for her. Anyway, my reason for writing you is that I’m 73 and will retire next year. I do not get enough money from Social Security to live here, so I’ve been considering on moving to the Philippines. Not for women but because I know I can live comfortably there on my Social Security. I have several questions I need to ask you. First. I know that ever 30 or so days you have to renew your visa. In Manila we went to the immigration bldg. which took about an hour drive. Then we waited another 2 or more hours because the place was always crowed. Is it the same in Dumaguete?
Second, I have a pace maker and I have it checked twice a year. Is this something that can be taken care of there?
Third,? I saw a video some time ago from B Adventure and I think the person stated that there was a nice hospital there. Is this true?
Silliman University hospital is quite decent. For better/more comprehensive health care, you can always take the ferry to Cebu. There, I recommend Chong Hua hospital. Dumaguete BI is pretty effecient. It takes about an hour every two months to get a tourist renewal. And finally, I am not absolutely sure, but you can probably get your pacemaker checked either in Dumaguete or Cebu City. Hope that helps!
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