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Travel Tips, Tricks, and Strategies | (for the Philippines)

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#Travel Tips, Tricks, and Strategies (for the Philippines) @TheFilipinaPea
How to travel the Philippines
What do I need to pack? What should I bring? What’s the best airport? A good hotel? What about communications? Currency? Transportation? Am I safe in the city? I’ll answer all these questions and more to make travel to the Philippines a snap for ya!
Using my extensive knowledge of traveling around inside and outside my country, I’ll show you some ways to save a little cash, and make sure you don’t end up in trouble. Welcome to my island paradise!

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  1. 👉My videos and the effort I put into them are 100% free for everyone to enjoy, and all I ask is that you leave a thumbs-up on any videos that you like and subscribe to my channel – I have never, and will never, ask you for anything else. For those of you that still wish to support my channel further, however, I’ve posted my links below. Thanks!

    👉 Support through PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=GC9T7PMLZ3BDW&source=url

    👉 Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thefilipinapea

  2. Hi there, my wife is trying to get her travel movement information for the last 10 years so she can get a visa to Australia, but we don't know how to get this information, If anyone can help i would be very thankful.

  3. One warning about taxis: Becareful of getting taxi service from business counters inside the airport. There’s a Car Rental Service that charged me 2250 pesos to Pasig. After I arrived to my destination, I realized the fare should have been about 400.

    Regular taxi cars are located outside the airport crossing the street where you will see a little cabin that might say Regular Taxis.

  4. I just saw the link to this. It must be before I discovered you, Pea.

    I'm considering a trip to the Pinas and will watch with rapt attention.

    Wow! Lots of good info, as I'd hoped. It's so cute to see "Early Pea!"

  5. Thank you for your great advice! Do you think it's possible to travel the philippines with auitcases or should we do it with backpacks if we go ob several boat tours? (4d3n) thank you!

  6. Lots of good advice here. Thanks Pea. I learned years ago the benefits of traveling light. Less size and weight to carry around, easier to keep everything secure. When traveling I've used a money belt, positioned just below my waist, underneath my pants/shorts. That has always kept my money and documents safe. A small fanny pack worn with the compartments placed in front of my stomach, under a shirt when possible, has kept my phone, backup power cell, charger, etc safe. Staying on my body, in front where I can see/feel any attempt to take items from, has even stopped pick pockets so far. And after having had a bad experience, I never do checked baggage. If it won't fit in my carry on, it stays behind. With the exception of a coat, boots, etc that may be needed for cold/wet weather. These I will wear when boarding the plane, so not counted as carry on luggage. I simply strap them to my carry on when exiting the plane, if not needed right away. But such items won't be needed in the Philippines so will stay behind. And the items I never travel without now, my mini remote motion sensor alarms. One stays in my carry on bag at all times as an anti theft device. So everyone will know if someone tries to move it without permission. One also stays in my backpack. Plus I can place one on my hotel door to know when someone tries to enter my room. They have proven to be true life savers.

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