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SeaGypsy wrote:There are at least 6000 uninhabited islands in the Philippines alone.
Another 20,000+ in Micronesia, thousands more around Indonesia plus a hundred odd around Northern Australia.
The ones with year round easy water supply are virtually all inhabited.
So to get one to yourself, you need to be able to catch or dig water.
.Jotapay wrote:Who's going to have skills that knows how to shoot and repair firearms? Who knows how to repair electronics and engines? How about the most basic skill, maritime navigation? Sounds like a bunch of hippies who are well-intentioned but up to this point sheltered from the real world
SeaGypsy wrote:It looks like a reprieve in the server's collapse@ PO.com?
To the guy who's wife is concerned for my safety:
Did you live here at all?
The Philippines is the text gossip capital of the world.
Show please 1 scrap of evidence for private small vessels being attacked in the Philippines in the last 3 years??
The Malaccas is to be avoided along with some parts of the Celebes Channel& the Moro/Abu Sayef dominated parts of Mindanao, some parts of PNG.
There are lots of watchlists. None mention the Philippines in any time frame I would be concerned about. How collapse might affect this is another matter. As I have said in a previous post I would be on my way back to Northern Australia in a flash, (via, Guam, Micronesia, New Britain, Vanuatu, Noumea. I would be keeping track of the radio on as many wavelengths as possible& avoiding being anywhere near land which has become Zombified.
Are you living in San Fernando La Union? I spent a year at Wallace Air Station as the Director of Operations. Just wondering since you said you were close to Bagio, yet you are building a boat.
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