If you can ignore the traffic noise and smell of sewage during low tide it’s actually quite a nice place.
With temperatures dropping below 30c we sure need these…
Or Europe for that matter. It’s been well over 6 months now that I left my home country. I threw away my return ticket long ago. And I think I’m getting along quite well here in the Philippines.
Culture shock is finished and done. I like it here and I think I’ll continue to like it for a long time.
2am is a dark time. Here’s what it looks like.
With the Philippines descending in a state of chaos during and after election day (May 9th 2016 and onwards) what’s a westerner to do? And why is such a day, or period of time, different from other days?
So what’s a foreigner like me to do on election day?
Because grass is so boring.
We found the place where lovers go 😉
Getting some local money can be a useful thing. Especially with the screwed up financial climate in Europe. What if your European/US credit card gets cancelled? You’re pretty much f*cked.
As I’m writing this – I think it’s Friday – I sort of keep loosing track of the current day.
Filipino Time, which means things get done whenever they get done.
I went for a walk on the dumaguete boardwalk.