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American Retirement in the Philippines




 

*AUTHOR’S NOTE – Many of us Americans did not save enough for retirement. It’s time for a reality check. If we did not save for retirement, it’s time to make a plan. It’s better to start looking for a retirement place that we can afford AND enjoy. The longer we put off finding the right retirement place for us, the more difficult it will be to retire comfortably…soon.

My husband and I will be retiring in a couple of years. We are doing this research in advance for our own benefit. We are unsure if we will be able to afford a quality retirement life here in the U.S. when the right time comes, so we searched overseas.

We were looking for a country where the cost of living is affordable, where the climate is mild (not too hot/not too cold), where living is safe and secure, where people will welcome us, and where there is no language barrier. Many of the best options for enjoying an enormously enriched retirement lifestyle on even a very modest budget can be found overseas, especially in Asia.

Well, what do you know? We’ve found the country that’s exactly just that – with affordable cost of living, a tropical climate, relatively peaceful, American-friendly, and English-speaking people! We have agreed – our choice for our retirement is the Philippines! This little country seemed to be the best place for American retirement!

Knowing that there are other retirees on the same boat as we are, I am sharing this research with you. With the help of a native, I am presenting the Philippines to you, so you can pick your own location. I am sure anywhere we choose, we will enjoy a quality retirement life that we so deserve!

My posts will help you decide exactly where in the Philippines you would like to retire. We have different outlooks in life – some prefer to retire near the beach, some in the farm, some in the city, some couldn’t care less! You can view my posts about the different places in the Philippines, and find an area that you feel has a certain connection to you. Have a tour of the Philippines and visit that place, and find the connection, before you retire there permanently. I hope I can be of help.

 

 

 

 BAYBAY BEACH

 

 Capiz Baybay BeachPhoto from:   myspace.com

 

To think that gray sand beaches are not as popular as the white sand, Capizeños are lucky enough to have such wonders within its locality. Many local folks anticipate that in the near future, the gray sand beach of Baybay will become too famous that people living elsewhere will come, take a dip, lie on its shores, bury themselves or simply bathe with sand and rinse in the bubbly waters, thereby overshadowing its seafood image. Soon enough, tourists will flock to Roxas City not just to taste its seafood but to partake the healing therapeutic wonders of Baybay Beach located in the northern tip portion of Panay Island, Western Visayas, Philippines.

 

Capiz Baybay BeachPhoto from:  panoramio.com

 

The scenic beauty of the area should be preserved so that the people will get a lot of benefit to the bays of Capiz because it is the cause of the titled held by the beloved Province.

 

Capiz Baybay BeachPhoto from:  panaylakbay.com

 

Capiz Baybay BeachPhoto from:   captivatingcapizcklqr.blogspot.com

 

Capiz Baybay BeachPhoto from:  capiznon.org

 

 

 Text from:  oceanwonders.i.ph

 

 

 

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