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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

My Manila-Davao Intermodal Travel

written by: Gorio Belen

Ever since I’ve read of the daring feat of Ronnie Pasola in traveling around the country, from Aparri to Zamboanga, driving an Austin Moke, I’ve always dreamt of doing the same. 4,022 more words


My Davao-Cebu Trip via Baybay

My “Maria Lolita” and “Rosalia 3” Ship Spotting
written by: Mike Baylon

When I go on travel, I usually integrate ship spotting with free viewing while on board a bus as I really love trips combining the bus and the ship. 1,821 more words


Why Ship's can't compete with trucks and buses on Parallel Routes.

written by: Mike Baylon

In recent years, there have been attempts to match ships against trucks and/or buses on parallel route using HSCs (High Speed Crafts) and MSCs (Medium Speed Crafts). 1,577 more words


RX3 DULO Adventure 2015 in Bagac Bataan

Pioneer Ride in the rough road of Mariveles-Bagac Bataan. RX3 and Rouser 180: Masters of Bagac Bataan road. Dated: March 08-09, 2015 (Sunday-Monday).

Lakwachero and Jhun Castro finally reached around 6pm in Balanga Bataan after 15-hour long and tiresome trip from Bolinao Pangasinan in 16.3333° N, 119.8833° E part of the Philippines. 528 more words