Category Archives: People

FEATURED: My Photos!

On this post are some of my photos featured in several travel sites, international or local. I love to take pictures of anything and everything everywhere I go. I take time to choose which snapshots to show and find time … Continue reading

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MARBEL/KORONADAL CITY: B-Walk, Jims Resto Bar, Apareja Buko Halo-Halo, Marang Atbp.

Koronadal City, formerly and still popularly known as Marbel is the capital city of South Cotabato with mixture of various culture, evident in the diverse dialect spoken by its people – Ilonggo, Hiligaynon, and yes Ilocano [again!]. Being from Ilocos, … Continue reading

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KIAMBA: Sarangani Province

Kiamba is a 2nd class coastal municipality located in Sarangani Province, 1-hour ride from Gensan, 2-hours from Koronadal and 4-hours from Davao – all straight driving. Over the holy week, I, together with new found friends from Marbel (old name for … Continue reading

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DAVAO CITY: Shrine of the Holy Infant Jesus of Prague

The Shrine of the Holy Infant Jesus of Prague in Davao City – destination for my Palm Sunday Mass, March 24, 2013. For this year’s Holy Week starter, I wanted to attend the Palm Sunday Mass and there was no … Continue reading

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LAKE SEBU: The Seven Falls

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Time to hit the famous Seven Falls of Lake Sebu! After lunch at Punta Isla Lake Resort, we took another habal-habal ride to Brgy. Lake Seloton where the seven falls seat, or rather stand, or better yet falls! 🙂 It … Continue reading

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LAKE SEBU: Punta Isla Lake Resort

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Lake Sebu is not in Cebu, for those who know. For those who don’t, now you know that Lake Sebu is not in Cebu, it is in South Cotabato. Having spent Christmas last year with friends Edwin and Mike, both … Continue reading

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NEW ISRAEL: Makilala, North Cotabato

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New Israel, Makilala, North Cotabato.Before I came to this place, I had only 2-things in mind: the Moncadistas and the Monkeys. Little did I know that there were more to see and witness that truly opened my heart and soul … Continue reading

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MANTAYUPAN FALLS in Cebu is located in the Municipality of Barili, 61-kms from the City and about 1 – 1 & 1/2 hours drive. In one of my official trips to Cebu last quarter of the previous year, I planned … Continue reading

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FEU vs. Ateneo: UAAP Season 73 Finals!

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Here are some interesting facts about FEU Tamaraws and Ateneo Blue Eagles basketball history against each other in the UAAP. They don’t have much having met only twice in the semis and once in the finals [this is only the … Continue reading

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Noynoy Tops Online Polls [this Blog]

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This blog conducted an online poll for the next Philippine President which ran for few months and officially ends today. Of the 355 online pollers, Noynoy Aquino topped with 121 votes or 34%, followed by the following candidates in the … Continue reading

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Aliwan Fiesta 2010 Schedule of Events

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[UPDATE: Winners and Photos of Aliwan Fiesta 2010] Schedule of Events: April 22 – Pasakalye Concert and Campus Dance Showdown; April 23 –Festival Queen Pageant; and April 24 – Grand Parade at 4:00 o’clock PM and Awarding at 9:00 o’clock … Continue reading

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Seen: Vagabond3 and Lonely Planet

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Some couple of days ago, Bob of Vagabond3 [a.k.a. V3] emailed asking permission to make use of one of my images of The Peak in a previous HK trip, which was to be used in V3’s Webisode on exploring Hong … Continue reading

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HAKKA HAT. Hakka What?

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Streets sweepers are familiar, they can be found anywhere. Street sweepers with distinct headpiece are not, it’s rare. They wear Hakka Hats. It’s complicated. It’s efficient. It’s ingenious. Street sweepers in Hongkong wear an unusual peasant hat tracing back its … Continue reading

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Take U to the Philippines by Apl. de. Ap.

Here’s the latest promotional video by the Department of Tourism in collaboration with MTV Asia, featuring proud Pinoy Apl. de. Ap of the Black Eyed Peas. With hip-hop artist Apl. de. Ap and MTV behind the project, this is meant … Continue reading

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NCAA Season 85 Update: SBC Opens. Wins!

Today, SBC opens the 85th Season of the NCAA with the theme “Winning Drive at 85!” at the Big Dome. For its initial outing, the San Beda Red Lions wins over Mapua Cardinals with the final score of 85-52. The … Continue reading

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UAAP Season 71 Opens: UP Delivered. Tamaraws and Red Warriors win Games

It was this guy who made the difference for FEU in their first game: For opening games, the FEU Tamaraws won over the Adamson Falcons, 74-71 and it was #14 Knuttel of the Tamaraws that saved the game for them. He fired a … Continue reading

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NCAA Season 84: First Basket belongs to Sam Ekwe of San Beda Red Lions!

Yesterday, NCAA Season 84 (2009) officially openned at the Big Dome with the usual pomp and pageantry except for some technical glitz and some boo-boos which may not be avoided on live show. But before anything else, the San Beda … Continue reading

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The Chef Offers Food at the Club

This is a continuation of my post on Canlubang (1) (2). The chef (whom I casually call Tonton, by the way) and I, are already at the club as early as breakfast. He offered me Pinoy breakfast of fried bangus … Continue reading

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Sampaguita is our National Flower. Are not the Vendors our National Symbol?

Notice: The title of this entry appears to be politically serious. It sounded good to me that’s why, but the content has little to do (or nothing at all!) with the title, hence this notice. 🙂 For decades now, Sampaguita … Continue reading

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