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8 Most Common Pasalubongs of Filipinos from Overseas

I grew up asking for pasalubong from anyone who’s leaving the house. Anything that you purposely buy or bring to give for someone when you comes back is considered a pasalubong. 507 more words

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A BIT OF THE BEATS IN MY LIFE

APPRECIATIVE. Exaggeration being employed, perhaps at that very moment I was born, I was already in awe of the wonders of life. I wasn’t able to see and I wasn’t able to speak but I cried because I was given the opportunity to experience life. 717 more words

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KAYANGAN LAKE, CORON, PHILIPPINES

It was a steep 150 steps climb uphill and another set of 150 on the other side’s rugged terrain just to get to the lake. The sight of it peeking among the shrubs made me want to roll downhill and land on its clear, cool blue water.

Travel & Adventure

M&M's Philippine Tour: The Media Launch

A Red standee holding a box full of chocolates from Mars Inc

April 24, 2015 — I was privileged to be part of the media launch (thanks, … 281 more words

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Quick Trip to CEBU

I incorporated a beautiful poem by B.L. Mcdaniel in some of the photos from my quick trip around Cebu City. The old church is the Basilica del Santo Nino, which is one of the must visit places for catholic travelers bound to the city. 180 more words

Travel

Special: Ozine Fest 2015 (Day 3 Attendance)

Remember my special post about ToyCon 2014 last year? Actually this post is almost the same, but this time it was Anime-themed. I really like attending Anime conventions like this. 306 more words

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#‎SaveMaryJaneVeloso‬ | Do everything to save sakada’s daughter, agriworkers urge Aquino

Agricultural workers led by the Unyon ng mga Manggagawa sa Agrikultura (UMA) demand that President Benigno Aquino III exert stronger effort to appeal for clemency for Mary Jane Veloso, especially since her parents worked for decades at the Aquino-Cojuangco estate Hacienda Luisita as sakadas or seasonal sugar cane cutters. 414 more words

Hacienda Luisita