Tuesday, October 14, 2014

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Dumb Ways to Vote (Dumb Ways to Die parody)

  • Tuesday, October 14, 2014
  • Daisy (Angela) M
  • A wake up call to all Filipinos. (Wag maging BOBONG BOTANTE)!!!



     

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    Wednesday, January 1, 2014

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    Batad Banaue Rice Terraces Weekend Get Away

  • Wednesday, January 1, 2014
  • Daisy (Angela) M
  • Alas, I was able to set foot at the UNESCO World Heritage Site - the rice terraces of Batad. I was mesmerised by the stunning beauty of the terraces and I adore the devotion and great patience of the ancient Ifugao people who built and sculpted this mountainous staircases from the mountain province of Ifugao 2,000 years ago.

    After an 8 hours overnight bus travel to Banaue we arrived at 6 AM. A Chartered Jeep was waiting for us and brought us to a cafeteria where we took our breakfast before we begin our adventure to Batad.


    We are ready for the adventure and we are on the rooftop of the jeepney because our tour guide says this is the ideal thing to do so that we could see and appreciate more the magnificent beauty of the mountains.
    Trekking the Batad rice terraces going to Tappiah Falls!

    Batad Village with more than 1,500 people.


    After a long journey our prize is Tappiah Falls!

    Manila to Batad:

    Take a bus to Banaue. On our part we took  Ohayami Bus, the Ohayami Bus Station is located at (Lacson St. Sampaloc Manila) and the fare was 450 pesos. 

    Once you arrived at the Banaue town you can inquire at the Tourism booth and you can find a tour guides who offer thier services in a very minimal fee. You can rent a jeepney going to Batad and it takes 45 minutes going to the starting point before you trek going to Batad village because there is no other mode transporation except walking.
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    Monday, August 26, 2013

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    Most Erotic, Passionate and Romantic Dance

  • Monday, August 26, 2013
  • Daisy (Angela) M
  • I have seen this amazing video in facebook and I guess it's a must to share. I love it because the partner devoted their art into perfection. The combination of romance, passion, flexibility & above all the total trust she has with her partner. I'm in awe of it. They gave dancing a new name. :)
    (Video credit to the Owner)
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    Monday, August 19, 2013

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    Infographic On How to Make Coffee Like A Barista

  • Monday, August 19, 2013
  • Daisy (Angela) M
  • I guess this Infographic is very helpful most especially if you are obsessed with coffee like me.
    This is the reason I'm spreading the LOVE on how to make a coffee of your choice at your home to save thousand of pesos every month. I hope coffee always brighten your day and stimulates you!


    Via: Restaurant Coupons
     How to Make Coffee Like A Barista (Infographic)
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    Friday, August 9, 2013

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    Jason Donovan : Collection Icons

  • Friday, August 9, 2013
  • Daisy (Angela) M
  • It's holiday here in the Philipines as the whole nation joins Muslims from the world in celebration of the Holy month of Ramadhan (Eid’l Fitr) and nothing to do. Listening to some good music is always fun while reading a good novel of Papal Election by Andrew M. Greeley. :)

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    Wednesday, July 31, 2013

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    Kapatagan Digos City, Davao del Sur Adventure

  • Wednesday, July 31, 2013
  • Daisy (Angela) M
  • It was the first time I set foot to Davao. After work on June 8, 2013 I never get some sleep and went directly to the airport because my flight was 4:55AM. Fortunately, the flight was not delayed because normally Cebu Pacific is often delayed. I slept throughout the flight and we arrived at Davao International Airport at 7:15AM. From there I took FX going to Ecoland and the driver asked me 250.00 pesos. The driver was very helpful and kind enough, he kept on talking to entertain me. From Ecoland Bus Station I took a Bus going to Digos City, the fair was 65.00 pesos including a bottle of water and I was so fascinated because the people are so friendly and helpful. From Digos City I took a trycycle going to Kapatagan Terminal, the fair was 8:00 pesos. From there I've ridden a motorcycle going to Kapatagan, the driver asked me 100.00 pesos. It was an experience that I will  never forget. It took me more than 2 hours ride with a long winding rough rugged road, some are under repair, alternately with aspalt and some shallow cemented areas. At last I arrived at I think 10:30 AM, and my friend Riza was already there to fetch when I arrived. I thought my journey is over but to my surprise we have to ride another motorcycle AGAIN going to their place and it took us more than 30 minutes to a long and winding rough rugged road, sometimes no road at all just a plain soil going to Barangay Marawer.

    Eventhough my butt was already painful plus my backpack was quite heavy, Still I enjoyed the beautiful scenery, the magical landscapes and the enchanting atmossphere. At last, It's exhilarating breathing again a pure and fresh air away from the polluted air of Manila.

    Taaaadannnnnn .... Here we go.....! :)


    My friend place is close proximity to Mount Apo.
    My friends and their tomatoes plantation. Yes, The primary livelihood of people's here is vegetable cultivation, coffee farming, banana plantation and tourism.

    We found this bird nest! Adorable,isn't it? :) A delightful sight to see and a cool experience.
    These are wild strawberry I found these near the bird nest. It has an unexplainable taste. When I tasted it, it taste a little sour, little sweet and bitter. Ughhh!
    My 19y/o friend Riza & I. 

    Durian Tree. Finally I'm human because I have eaten durian and saw the tree. :D
    Woodland Resort, the water here is from deep well, this is one of popular destinations in Kapatagan.
    @Camp Sabros an adventure camp and a mountain resort, we dared the 400 meters zip lines called "Slide for Life" at 180 feet above the ground. Below the zip lines are the striking luxuriant greenery tall pine trees.
    Cute & humble home, mostly the houses are like this there in Marawer Kapatagan but people are happy, kind hearted and generous. 
    A flower look like a Christmas tree.
    Ok, EMO time. I was just soooo tired after a very long walk that took us 45 minutes.

    Carrots plantation.
    Going to Riza's cousin and gesshhh I have to crawl because there's no other way. 
    Rachel and Maricel, the sisters of Riza and they are very considerate waiting for me.
    Wow, Perfect shot courtesy of Maricel. This is a Carabao the national animal of the Philippines.
    Ok! Using the nature as my photo prop. :) Sorry wild flower, I didn't mean to disrespect you.

    I asked this girl if I could take her a photo but my bad because I forgot to ask her name.


    Agong House with a wide landscape features big statues and sculptures at Kublai Millan Art Garden
    Little Jimmy with the sculptures.






    The family who adopted me for one week. 


    People's Park Davao while waiting for my flight going back to Manila.

    Museo De Davao


    Marawer Kapatagan  Digos city Davao del Sur  Google Maps

    It was a well spent long vacation. June 16, 2013 at 2:00AM Ninoy International Airport back to Manila. :) 

    Tips on how to Get To Kapatagan Digos, Kindly re-read my post ABOVE. :) see yah Davao next year, if God's willing.

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    Thursday, April 11, 2013

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    Cagsawa Ruins In Legaspi City

  • Thursday, April 11, 2013
  • Daisy (Angela) M

  • The last time I was here in Cagsawa was during our field trip when I was in High School that was way back 1994. :)  The Cagsawa Ruins is one of the most famous attraction in Bicol because it stood as a symbol of Bicolandia.

    What Makes Cagsawa Ruins More Popular?

    Cagsawa is very rich in history, according to local historical account Cagsawa was a town during the Spanish era. The Cagsawa Ruins are the remnants of the former town and of an 18th century Franciscan church built in 1724 that was buried by the 1814 eruption of (Daragang Magayon - means beautiful lady to the locals) aka Mayon Volcano.

    Together with My Best Friend Caren! We are both healthy. :D
    hmmm, warang kupas si manay :P
    hmmmm, are you jumping or what? :D
    naks naman! 

    How to Get to Cagsawa Ruins!


    If you are from Sorsogon:

    1. Board the Bus Queens or Don Don Liner with "Legazpi"  sign and pay 80 pesos sometimes the driver won't give you a ticket and they will only ask 60 pesos. From the downtown of Legaspi take a jeepney with the sign board going to the third district (Camalig, Guinobatan, Ligao, Libon, Polangui, Oas) and ask the driver to drop you off at the junction of the highway going to Cagsawa. Don't forget to remind the driver because sometimes they forgot. Look for the Cagsawa signage at the right side of the road or you can ask the locals.

    2. You can go to Van Terminal in Sorsogon going to Daraga. From Daraga, you can take jeepneys going to Legaspi City and once there, pay the driver 8 pesos. (please see the no. 1 for details.)

    If you are from Naga:

    1. Get a  tricycle or single motorcycle in the downtown of Naga City and Instruct the driver to take you to CBT. CBT is along CBD II Road and next to SM City Naga. Once there, pay the driver 8 pesos and then go to CBT.

    2. Proceed to Lane 33 and wait for an airconditioned bus or Van with "Legazpi" sign. Board the bus pay 110 pesos and ask the conductor (if you are in an airconditioned bus) or the driver if you are riding the Van to drop you off at Cagsawa Ruins.

    read more

    Wednesday, January 1, 2014

    Batad Banaue Rice Terraces Weekend Get Away

    Alas, I was able to set foot at the UNESCO World Heritage Site - the rice terraces of Batad. I was mesmerised by the stunning beauty of the terraces and I adore the devotion and great patience of the ancient Ifugao people who built and sculpted this mountainous staircases from the mountain province of Ifugao 2,000 years ago.

    After an 8 hours overnight bus travel to Banaue we arrived at 6 AM. A Chartered Jeep was waiting for us and brought us to a cafeteria where we took our breakfast before we begin our adventure to Batad.


    We are ready for the adventure and we are on the rooftop of the jeepney because our tour guide says this is the ideal thing to do so that we could see and appreciate more the magnificent beauty of the mountains.
    Trekking the Batad rice terraces going to Tappiah Falls!

    Batad Village with more than 1,500 people.


    After a long journey our prize is Tappiah Falls!

    Manila to Batad:

    Take a bus to Banaue. On our part we took  Ohayami Bus, the Ohayami Bus Station is located at (Lacson St. Sampaloc Manila) and the fare was 450 pesos. 

    Once you arrived at the Banaue town you can inquire at the Tourism booth and you can find a tour guides who offer thier services in a very minimal fee. You can rent a jeepney going to Batad and it takes 45 minutes going to the starting point before you trek going to Batad village because there is no other mode transporation except walking.

    Monday, August 26, 2013

    Most Erotic, Passionate and Romantic Dance

    I have seen this amazing video in facebook and I guess it's a must to share. I love it because the partner devoted their art into perfection. The combination of romance, passion, flexibility & above all the total trust she has with her partner. I'm in awe of it. They gave dancing a new name. :)
    (Video credit to the Owner)

    Monday, August 19, 2013

    Infographic On How to Make Coffee Like A Barista

    I guess this Infographic is very helpful most especially if you are obsessed with coffee like me.
    This is the reason I'm spreading the LOVE on how to make a coffee of your choice at your home to save thousand of pesos every month. I hope coffee always brighten your day and stimulates you!


    Via: Restaurant Coupons
     How to Make Coffee Like A Barista (Infographic)

    Friday, August 9, 2013

    Jason Donovan : Collection Icons

    It's holiday here in the Philipines as the whole nation joins Muslims from the world in celebration of the Holy month of Ramadhan (Eid’l Fitr) and nothing to do. Listening to some good music is always fun while reading a good novel of Papal Election by Andrew M. Greeley. :)

    Wednesday, July 31, 2013

    Kapatagan Digos City, Davao del Sur Adventure

    It was the first time I set foot to Davao. After work on June 8, 2013 I never get some sleep and went directly to the airport because my flight was 4:55AM. Fortunately, the flight was not delayed because normally Cebu Pacific is often delayed. I slept throughout the flight and we arrived at Davao International Airport at 7:15AM. From there I took FX going to Ecoland and the driver asked me 250.00 pesos. The driver was very helpful and kind enough, he kept on talking to entertain me. From Ecoland Bus Station I took a Bus going to Digos City, the fair was 65.00 pesos including a bottle of water and I was so fascinated because the people are so friendly and helpful. From Digos City I took a trycycle going to Kapatagan Terminal, the fair was 8:00 pesos. From there I've ridden a motorcycle going to Kapatagan, the driver asked me 100.00 pesos. It was an experience that I will  never forget. It took me more than 2 hours ride with a long winding rough rugged road, some are under repair, alternately with aspalt and some shallow cemented areas. At last I arrived at I think 10:30 AM, and my friend Riza was already there to fetch when I arrived. I thought my journey is over but to my surprise we have to ride another motorcycle AGAIN going to their place and it took us more than 30 minutes to a long and winding rough rugged road, sometimes no road at all just a plain soil going to Barangay Marawer.

    Eventhough my butt was already painful plus my backpack was quite heavy, Still I enjoyed the beautiful scenery, the magical landscapes and the enchanting atmossphere. At last, It's exhilarating breathing again a pure and fresh air away from the polluted air of Manila.

    Taaaadannnnnn .... Here we go.....! :)


    My friend place is close proximity to Mount Apo.
    My friends and their tomatoes plantation. Yes, The primary livelihood of people's here is vegetable cultivation, coffee farming, banana plantation and tourism.

    We found this bird nest! Adorable,isn't it? :) A delightful sight to see and a cool experience.
    These are wild strawberry I found these near the bird nest. It has an unexplainable taste. When I tasted it, it taste a little sour, little sweet and bitter. Ughhh!
    My 19y/o friend Riza & I. 

    Durian Tree. Finally I'm human because I have eaten durian and saw the tree. :D
    Woodland Resort, the water here is from deep well, this is one of popular destinations in Kapatagan.
    @Camp Sabros an adventure camp and a mountain resort, we dared the 400 meters zip lines called "Slide for Life" at 180 feet above the ground. Below the zip lines are the striking luxuriant greenery tall pine trees.
    Cute & humble home, mostly the houses are like this there in Marawer Kapatagan but people are happy, kind hearted and generous. 
    A flower look like a Christmas tree.
    Ok, EMO time. I was just soooo tired after a very long walk that took us 45 minutes.

    Carrots plantation.
    Going to Riza's cousin and gesshhh I have to crawl because there's no other way. 
    Rachel and Maricel, the sisters of Riza and they are very considerate waiting for me.
    Wow, Perfect shot courtesy of Maricel. This is a Carabao the national animal of the Philippines.
    Ok! Using the nature as my photo prop. :) Sorry wild flower, I didn't mean to disrespect you.

    I asked this girl if I could take her a photo but my bad because I forgot to ask her name.


    Agong House with a wide landscape features big statues and sculptures at Kublai Millan Art Garden
    Little Jimmy with the sculptures.






    The family who adopted me for one week. 


    People's Park Davao while waiting for my flight going back to Manila.

    Museo De Davao


    Marawer Kapatagan  Digos city Davao del Sur  Google Maps

    It was a well spent long vacation. June 16, 2013 at 2:00AM Ninoy International Airport back to Manila. :) 

    Tips on how to Get To Kapatagan Digos, Kindly re-read my post ABOVE. :) see yah Davao next year, if God's willing.

    Thursday, April 11, 2013

    Cagsawa Ruins In Legaspi City


    The last time I was here in Cagsawa was during our field trip when I was in High School that was way back 1994. :)  The Cagsawa Ruins is one of the most famous attraction in Bicol because it stood as a symbol of Bicolandia.

    What Makes Cagsawa Ruins More Popular?

    Cagsawa is very rich in history, according to local historical account Cagsawa was a town during the Spanish era. The Cagsawa Ruins are the remnants of the former town and of an 18th century Franciscan church built in 1724 that was buried by the 1814 eruption of (Daragang Magayon - means beautiful lady to the locals) aka Mayon Volcano.

    Together with My Best Friend Caren! We are both healthy. :D
    hmmm, warang kupas si manay :P
    hmmmm, are you jumping or what? :D
    naks naman! 

    How to Get to Cagsawa Ruins!


    If you are from Sorsogon:

    1. Board the Bus Queens or Don Don Liner with "Legazpi"  sign and pay 80 pesos sometimes the driver won't give you a ticket and they will only ask 60 pesos. From the downtown of Legaspi take a jeepney with the sign board going to the third district (Camalig, Guinobatan, Ligao, Libon, Polangui, Oas) and ask the driver to drop you off at the junction of the highway going to Cagsawa. Don't forget to remind the driver because sometimes they forgot. Look for the Cagsawa signage at the right side of the road or you can ask the locals.

    2. You can go to Van Terminal in Sorsogon going to Daraga. From Daraga, you can take jeepneys going to Legaspi City and once there, pay the driver 8 pesos. (please see the no. 1 for details.)

    If you are from Naga:

    1. Get a  tricycle or single motorcycle in the downtown of Naga City and Instruct the driver to take you to CBT. CBT is along CBD II Road and next to SM City Naga. Once there, pay the driver 8 pesos and then go to CBT.

    2. Proceed to Lane 33 and wait for an airconditioned bus or Van with "Legazpi" sign. Board the bus pay 110 pesos and ask the conductor (if you are in an airconditioned bus) or the driver if you are riding the Van to drop you off at Cagsawa Ruins.

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