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Day 13: Moment and Motion

Boys of Calapan Mindoro

These are the unfortunate kids of Mindoro jumping off from the top of the roro (slow ferry boat) just to get the coins that is being thrown out in the water by the ro-ro passengers. #sadtruth #amazingkids


Import rules and regulations for Japanese used vehicles in Senegal

Japan has always been a popular source for transportation of used and new vehicle. Popularity of Japan used cars is due to their impressive specifications, good condition and high quality. 24 more words

Japan Used Cars

Days 9, 10: A Township, a Community, and a Clogged Toilet

It is almost difficult for me to write this post, because I am afraid it will be 1000+ words (it is 1,183) since the three best days of my trip thus far all must be covered. 1,212 more words

Safety First

Safety first, says the boat carrying thousands of crates of beer.



Since the historical days of yore, Samar has always been connected to Bicol. And that can be proven true from prehistory. How? Ethnologue, which is used by the United Nations for language analysis has reclassified the supposed “Bicol” dialect of southeastern Sorsogon as a dialect of Waray (and I asked a Sorsoganon friend and she declared to me they can talk to Samarenos without translation). 2,264 more words



This article was originally posted on the old PSSS Website, and is reposted for archive purposes. No changes are made, including grammatical changes.

Written by Mike Baylon… 1,664 more words


Typography: Starhorse Lines

A RoRo vessel bound for Marinduque at Dalahican Port in Lucena. 7 more words

Public Transportation