PostCard Series| Five Hours Before New Year's Eve

Alabang Fruit Market

ON PHOTOWALK|  Alabang Fruit Market. Nakumpleto niyo na ba ang 13 Prutas sa basket para sa New Year's Eve?
7:00PM December 31, 2012
Alabang, Muntinlupa City

PostCard Series| Three Hours Before Christmas

Farmers Plaza

"Happy, happy Christmas, that can win us back to the delusions of our childhood days, recall to the old man the pleasures of his youth, and transport the traveler back to his own fireside and quiet home!" Charles Dickens  

Travel Diaries| One Laiya in Batangas

Want to take a break and forget your busy/fast-paced metro life at least for one or two days? More reasons? Ok. You don’t need to travel long, not so far-flung from Metro Manila, and very accessible. A BEACH!

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Travel Diaries| Falling In Love with Cantilan

"Each morning in Cantilan creates unique photograph of beauty and inspiration. Subject? Choose from breathtaking sunrise, perfect clouds, unspoiled beaches,  amazing waves, beautiful people inside and out… "

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FEATURE RELEASE | Calamity Season Underscores Need for Readiness

I was in Cathe Pacific - Cottage by the Beach of Ms. Cathe Duero in Cantilan, Surigao del Sur with fellow travel bloggers (journeying james, love mindanaoescape manila, and wandering soles) when I heard/read the news about super typhoon"Pablo" expected to hit Philippine Area of Responsibility specifically Mindanao this week. Timely, I received this helpful PR  about Disaster Preparedness from Eveready Philippines. Have time to read and please do share. IBA NA ANG LAGING HANDA!
The height of the wet season in the country isn't getting much help from the spate of other natural disasters like earthquakes and a string of typhoons. While such upheavals may be considered normal because of our orientation along the so-called Pacific Ring of Fire, there’s the even larger context of climate change whose impacts are felt all the way around the world.
Climate change or global warming has become evident in recent years as regions experience extreme climates, from warm seasons hitting record-high temperatures to wet seasons exhibiting massive precipitation. This is precisely the reason why organizations from both the public and private sectors call for extra vigilance.

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