Did it through my travel blog 3 years ago
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At first, I didn’t want to believe it. At the back of my mind, there was struggle not to accept the news but eventually, I gave in. Why is it so hard for us, Filipinos to let go of our very first Lady President? It’s because she was a great leader—brave, humble and true enough, she fought for our democracy against a dictatorship that had been with us for 20 years. She made it happen.
Yet, five days ago, she died after fighting colon cancer for years. Today is her state funeral…every one in my country is in mourning.
Goodbye dearly beloved President Cory..you will remain in our hearts forever.5 years ago
This is a really nice goal. I’m kinda doing it by posting photos in my different Flickr groups. Would like to do more though… 7 years ago
Bicolanos, devotees and visitors are currently celebrating the feast of our Patroness of Bicolandia, Nuestra Senora de Penafrancia. It’s a month long celebration in Naga City and the whole Bicol Region. During the festivity, a lot of activities were prepared for everyone to enjoy so it’s consider as one of the country’s major tourist-drawing festivals!
The other day, my daughter, Chachie joined the parade in her Girl’s Scouts’ uniform. She was so thrilled as that was her first time!
Viva la Birhen! Happy fiesta Bicolanos!
PS: more stories at www.wowbicol.com~ 7 years ago
The Philippines that takes care of its God-given gifts such as the
is a Reborn Philippines!
“The best bird in the world”
according to a wildlife researcher.
For more information about this magnificent creature, try
The Philippine Eagle Foundation, or
Birdwatch Philippines, or
~info and photo are taken from RP Eagle yahoo group~ 8 years ago
There are TWO great reasons why I always dream of visiting BOHOL.
First: It’s home to the world famous Chocolate HILLs.
*Second: the world’s smallest monkey can be found here, the *TARSIER.
Chocolate Hills. Consisting of 1,268 haycock hills with heights ranging from 40 to 120 meters, the Chocolate Hills is one of nature’s wonders. The dome-shaped, grass-covered limestone hills dry up and turn brown during the summer, transforming these into rows and rows of Chocolate “kisses.”
Smallest Monkey. In Bilar, a 3-kilometer man-made forest is
sanctuary to the province’s endangered species including the tarsier.
Bohol is definitely a must-see!
~info & photo taken from the net8 years ago
Land area: 299,000 sq.km.
Population: 84.61 million
People: The vast majority of Filipinos are descendants of Malays, Chinese and Muslim minorities. More than 100 cultural minority groups are scattered throughout the country.
Language: Filipino and English, with 10 other languages and 87 dialects
Religion: Predominantly Roman Catholic. Others: Muslim and Buddhist
Currency: Philippine Peso (PhP)
Geography: The Philippines is an archipelago located between the Philippine Sea and the South China Sea, east of Vietnam, and north of Sabah and Borneo. It spans 1,900 kilometers from North to South, 1110 from east to west.
Climate: March to May is hot and dry. June to October is rainy.
November to February is cool.
Environment: The Philippines is rich in biodiversity with around 12,000 plant species, 1110 land vertebrate species, and at least 500 species of coral. Total forest area is around 18%; ecosystem reaches almost 20,000 km.
Info courtesy of wowphilippines8 years ago
I am from the land of coconut trees
of beautiful sun-kissed beaches
summer sea breeze
daydreaming in a hammock
floating between two palm trees
from crimson dusk, til sapphire dawn
Land gateway to a paradise
outstanding natural landscapes
clear unsullied waters
white powdery sand
calm waters, lush foliage
crystal clear turquoise sea
sparkling in emerald green
Land of my forefathers
haven of the free
abode of brown-skinned men
Philippines, I am from thee.
~this is shared by a closefriend who is also passionate about our country~ 8 years ago