Direct TV in Sunny California

[singlepic=1094,250,250,left]My son and I arrived in California, which is supposed to be sunny, on Monday morning PST. I had to wait for about an hour at the airport for my nephew. For four days, we (or shall I say I) opted to stay indoors as the weather has been quite gloomy. It even rained this morning and it definitely isn’t sunny as I write this. I miss Seoul on my second day here, but thankfully my brother’s Direct TV subscription has kept me insane. I’ve never watched as much TV like I did more than a decade ago!
I find it difficult to adjust to the timezone here. I have been sleeping on days while whiling away my nights in front of the TV. I’ve mostly tuned in to TFC (The Filipino Channel) on Directv. They also have other international channels and of course, movies, sports and kiddie channels that has kept my son preoccupied (while I sleep).
If you’re thinking of moving to sunny California and would like to find the best TV provider for your needs, why not visit MYTVOptions and find Direct TV in CA.


  1. Hi, Ms. Betchay
    You probably overlooked but maybe what you wanted to say was, “but thankfully my brother’s Direct TV subscription has kept me sane” instead of insane 🙂

  2. Hi welcome to California! Yeah, the weather hasn’t been too great lately. Have fun touring around!

  3. I used to work for DirecTV (that was like 5 years ago) and I have to say that among all cable providers in the US they are the one who can provide the best selection of channels and packages. I think for TFC you have to pay an additional fee on top of your package. Medyo mahal nga lang ung subscription fee for TFC at that time (ewan ko lang ngaun kung ganun parin).

    1. Oo, mahal nga pag may TFC. Parang halos 100 USD ata binabayaran ng kuya ko. Ako naman, may TFC Now subscription na online naman. At least napapanood ko na mga teleserye ni Bea!

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