Although author Neil A. Hoag was born in a farming community in Michigan, USA, he found his home in the tropical shores of the Philippines. He shares to readers his story of finding true wealth in My Home in the Jungle: Diary of an Ex-pat.
From a fast-paced, modern city, the author found a sense of peace on the rural village of Sangahon. In this book, Hoag relives his days of being a taxi driver in Palm Beach, Florida, to becoming a coconut farmer in southern Philippines. While most people see Sangahon as a poor, third world village, he learned the exact opposite. These people donít base their happiness on their possessions, but their true wealth is how they love and care for one another.
My Home in the Jungle is also a story of finding love. In fact, it was the authorís search for love that brought him to the Philippines, which he has found in his wife. Readers will follow their whirlwind romance as Hoag details the story of their first encounter until they became parents to three wonderful children. Through their story, you will learn that love has indeed no boundaries.