THE PHILIPPINES EXPAT ADVISOR with 75-page COVID-19 GUIDE for EXPATS
The lockdowns are not going to last forever! You can use this guide to start living a comfortable life with less stress on stunning, tropical beaches with the following insider tools:
- New and expanded “Moving to the Philippines Checklist.” New list now includes a helpful healthy travel packing list.
- The best ways for getting your money to the Philippines. Discover the cheapest, quickest, most reliable options for transferring your funds to the Philippines.
- Cheaper cost of living in the Philippines. Introducing “Five Steps to an Earlier Retirement in the Philippines.”
- Imagine a comfortable life with less stress and no time clock to punch. Because that can be your lifestyle in the Philippines.
- What visa is best for you? Because of the various visa options available in the Philippines, what visa is most affordable and fits your needs?
- Marriage, Annulments, & Divorces in the Philippines. Welcome to the only country in the world that does not have a divorce law. Or does it?
- You will be a celebrity in the Philippines However, with that “movie star” status, comes some risks. Discover how to avoid them.
HERE’S WHAT PAST PURCHASERS OF “THE PHILIPPINES EXPAT ADVISOR” HAVE SAID:
- The unique challenges of living in the Philippines. Surprising cultural differences to embrace and evade.
“One word: ‘AWESOME!” This is my bible now for moving to the Philippines.”
“Informative and gave insight on what to expect when moving to the Philippines. Wide range of topics from must areas of concern.”
Al Arita, FPO AP, USA
“Very well written…overall good info for anyone considering moving to the Philippines.”
Paul R. Prescott, Texas, USA “Buy this book! It’s a lifesaver!”
Scott H, United States Combat Veteran in Iraq now living in Metro Manila
“The book is extensive in the areas that it covers, but covers each in a way that the information is to the point and not drawn out. This lets you cover a wide area of topics without being bored.
Very good book, also, in that it does not just give you the bright side of life and times in the Philippines, but tells you want to look for and to use ‘common sense’ when traveling to the Philippines and determining if you want to stay or not.”
Gerald Baker, Burlington Twp, NJ, USA
“Five stars! Lots of excellent info.”
Ken H., USA
“Hi, my name is Dave DeWall, aka “The Kano,” short for “Amerikano.” I’m a Midwesterner from Central Illinois who wanted to escape the “rat race” and retire from AT&T at the age of 57 in 2009. Several months after my retirement, we moved to my wife’s home country, the Philippines. I’ve been blessed to have such a loving spouse. We’ve been married for over 20 years.
Because I’ve been blogging, writing, and researching and actually living in the Philippines for over ten years, I’ve gained a tremendous amount of insight into how to live a comfortable, easy, relatively stress-free lifestyle in the Philippines.
My expat friends on the island province of Guimaras we live on call me a ‘straight shooter.” That’s what you’ll find in this guide. No B.S. No hype.
Proven advice that will answer the following questions about living in the Philippines:
- How cheap is it to live in the Philippines?
- Is it safe to live in the Philippines?
- What kind of vaccines should I get before coming to the Philippines?
- What are the best banks for a foreigner in the Philippines
- The hidden truth about your insurance needs in the Philippines revealed.
- Do I really need a work permit if I have a job in the Philippines?
- Can a foreigner own property in the Philippines?
SPECIAL BONUS FEATURE IF YOU ACT NOW!
- What are the two keys for living in the Philippines?
The 100-page “Cautionary Tales from the Philippines” Special Bonus Feature
THAT'S IN ADDITION TO THE OVER 250 PAGES IN "THE PHILIPPINES EXPAT ADVISOR!"
Insider warnings regarding life in the Philippines ripped from the pages of an American Expat in the Philippines.
· Airport vultures and blood-sucking Manila cab drivers
· How my spouse survived a gunfire attack at a disco.
· Actual eyewitness accounts of encounters with Filipino witches and deadly, alluring ghosts, and a headless man in a barong.
· Crazed Army officer in Iloilo attacks my wife.
· An American is shot is dead for refusing to buy a beer.
· Drunken relatives, loud music, and the barangay brawl