“You go down this long dark alley…” @Bud Brown. -Retired in the Philippines.

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This video talks about our 13g visa, barking dogs and a kind act from a security guard. P.S. I don’t know why I started speaking in Spanish. I guess i was just in the mood. :=)
Go here to see our love story (Drama) on Philippine TV GMA http://bitly.com/BudsLoveStory
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In Japan – http://bitly.com/MrB-inJapan
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I am a retired sixth grade teacher from California who is presently living in the Philippines with my wife and two dogs. These videos aim to be entertaining, inspiring and motivating for people who are tired of the rat race and want to live a simple, yet rewarding life. My passions are studying and learning languages and helping people in any way I can.
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Mailing address: D. Brown, Post Office 328, Dumaguete City Post Office, Negros Oriental, Philippines 6200
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  1. I’m actually missing the early morning sounds in the Phillipines. Dogs barking and the roosters crowing. All I can hear now are the sounds of speeding cars on the roads.😆

  2. As usual Bud….good stuff. My wife is now a dual citizen. And I just got my 13A in the mail last week. I was surprised how easy it was. We are still in the USA. I sent my packet in with all the required documents…..six or so different sets of documents.. The fee was $150 and I sent a cashiers check. Guess what? About 3 or 4 weeks later I got my 13A in the mail. And it was bound into my USA passport. The hardest part was preparing our financial statements and getting them notarized. I sent them copies of my meager annuities and bank statements and title to my trailer house down in the trailerhood. I told them my plan was to live cheaply! They accepted everything without an interview or even a phone call. That Philippine Consulate in San Francisco was very accommodating to my needs. I was advised to get my 13A before I left to live in the Philippines because it is easier and quicker that way. Not sure if that is true but it worked for me.

  3. phones these days are damn good for making vids and taking pics. you really dont need much else. and lots of youtubers only use their phone. good luck training the mut 🙂

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