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Now, I am exploring again and living in Vietnam. Join me as I venture out to see
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Translated titles:
Por qué debería (o no debería) convertirse en un expatriado

Warum sollten Sie Expat werden?

Pourquoi devriez-vous (ou ne devriez-vous pas) devenir un expatrié?

为什么你应该(或不应该)成为外国人

למה אתה צריך (או לא צריך) להיות גולה

Perché dovresti (o non dovresti) diventare un espatriato

外国人になるべき(またはすべきでない)理由

국외 거주자가되어야하는 이유

ਤੁਹਾਨੂੰ ਕਿਉਂ ਹੋਣਾ ਚਾਹੀਦਾ ਹੈ (ਜਾਂ ਨਹੀਂ

Почему вы должны (или не должны) стать экспатом

source: https://thefirstworldwar.net/

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    My Story:

    After 49 years of doing the hamster-wheel in California, I finally left it all

    and decided to see what Southeast Asia had to offer. I moved to the Philippines

    for 6 years, experienced some of the best times of my entire life!

    Now, I am exploring again and living in Vietnam. Join me as I venture out to see

    more of Vietnam and the surrounding areas. I will share with you my thoughts on

    what I see and how I handle the various challenges of living as a full-time expat

    in Southeast Asia. For more photos and non-Youtube videos, join or follow my

    Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/reekay.lifebeyondthesea

    — Reekay

    http://www.lifebeyondthesea.com

    #philippines #vietnam #travel

  2. Comparing glorious revolutionary humanist socialist people's California to Viet Nam…. Definitely preferable to deal with The Party in Viet Nam.

  3. Thanks Mr Velez. I’m back to living in the U.S. for practical reason$. I have less free time and am on the hamster wheel. I have good memories. Enjoy your videos.

  4. Thankfully the United States is not a Democracy. It is a Constitutional Republic. The difference is monumental. Democracy is mob rule and the founders recognized that.

  5. One person life-style maybe different from another person. For me i have lived in big cities for most part of my life. So in the Philippines i decided to life in a quiet and rural town in Corella, Bohol. I made the decision to lived in a bamboo house but the foundation of the house is cement. I love that house because to me its natural to live in bamboo house.

  6. I think without a doubt. This is One of your best videos. You break it down so anyone can understand reality. Life and thd many choices. When you talk about the age gap delema in THE US you explain it perfectly thank you.👍

  7. I would like to try vietnam and the phillipines . I have a reservation of how to communicate in vietnam though. How do you communicate if you dont speak the language ?

  8. The one thing I you did not mention was family relationships beyond your minor children. Some families are close and like to get together on special occasions or more. Living halfway around the world would make those get togethers difficult. But overall I enjoyed your video as you did cover a lot of good issues for people to think about.

  9. I guess I should have added in my first comment about what my current plans are. I am 57 (not old but also not young). I love to travel and want to be able to do so well into my late years. My thought is that if you leave the "travel thing" to say "when I retire I am going to travel the world", that is a big mistake. The reason being, I think older people (retired) tend to do the things they know and are comfortable with, they simply do more of it. If you are not an experienced traveler I would highly doubt you will start when you are 65 or older. Perhaps you will go on a few vacations, all inclusives, or with a tour group, but I doubt you will start backpacking or venturing out beyond the "regular tourist crowd". So now a days, I have been travelling at least 2 months a year and extending that time each year. Yes my income is less but life is more enjoyable I think. I've backpacked starting in my twenties and I think the only thing that will stop me is health. Anyone have anything to add? Do you have spots I should see, or any suggestions for me to think about? I am more and pleased to hear your point of view. thanks

  10. I enjoyed this. I guess I did know about these points of view, but putting them all together was great. thanks very much

  11. Hello Henry. Love your vlogs. This next visit will be my 7th. I intend to stay for good. I will be arriving in Manila in mid-September. Will an annual income of about 18k+ usd. with a little small amount of savings be enough? Your talks have reinforced my desire to come and live at the age of 62. I still have a lot of energy left. Wish me luck. – Jason

  12. Dating options are the main reason for many. Better hope realestate holds up here many rumors of a crash heading to western countrys.

  13. Reekay, your opinions are TREMENDOUSLY HONEST – and SO RIGHT. You are just a GREAT GUY – and EXPERIENCED!!! Good luck!!!

  14. in Thailand many medications are over the counter that require a prescription in the US how is it in Vietnam? things like statins for cholesterol and the like.

  15. Age gap relationships are the only allowable frowned upon relationships left in the U.S. You can be gay, trans, or any combination in between and people will march in the streets to defend it. Love is love they say. However, if you are much older than your girlfriend you will be openly criticized called names, (dirty old man, old enough to be her father etc.) and even ostracised. I wonder if this type of discrimination will ever end.

  16. I am from Sweden and living in the UK since a few years and I find the lack of freedom here in the west smothering. I am moving to Asia in about 2.5 months.

  17. I'm happy most people in the world live in fear of the unknown. Southeast Asia has enough expats! I stay off the beaten path and I love living where the expats don't live! A few ex-pats is fine but I would not wanna live in Chiang Mai, Saigon, Pattaya or Bangkok. You definitely need at least $2000 a month coming out without lifting a finger. Now if you want to live in Thailand you need $20,000 in the bank for at least 4 months to get a one year retirement visa this is the new law. On top of that you will be required to have health care insurance that will cover you in Thailand. Too many ex-pats have been making huge medical bills that the Thailand government Has to pay because of the cheap Charlie ex-pats that only have money for their cigarettes and beer. You know who they are there is shitfaced at the bar every day the same people every day.

  18. The only "freedom" you have in U.S. is to be financially raped by a totally corrupt system that steals from the entire world.  Brain-washing people into believing they are free is the worst trick played on the U.S. people.

  19. Nice job and good that you emphasized the financial aspect for expats. You can't go a week in Southeast Asia without meeting
    an expat over 60 who came here many years ago to teach English. Now no pension, no social security or savings(due to low pay)
    and unemployable because of strict age restrictions. And retirement visas require proof of outside income or a sizeable bank deposit.

  20. I was in Da Nang for 5 weeks found out my wife was dx'd with cancer. My expat life is now on hiatus. I was in Da Nang by myself because we were on a break. I had a commitment if she needed me for something like this I would be back. Life can change in a heart beat.

  21. Cost of living is best thing about Philippines . Younger women are easier to get because their poor they seen $$ signs. If you a single guy with a income stream you can live cheap. I would not wont to raise my children in that environment. Many area are ghettos

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