No this is not a third sequel to Ben Stiller’s smashing hit the “Night at the Museums” rather this refers to the program initiated by the Cultural Heritage Program of the Ramon Aboitiz Foundation Inc. in celebration of International museum day and the National heritage month.
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To celebrate our 8th wedding anniversary, my wife and I together with our son and two household helps Londer and Lalay spent 4 days and 3 nights in the beautiful island of Boracay.
Last March 2009, after our “Disappointing weekend at Plantation Bay Cebu” we dropped by at the Cebu International convention Center as it is the last day of the “One Visayas” expo.
We had an interesting weekend about a month ago as we got to spend one night at one of Cebu’s five star Hotel, Plantation Bay Cebu. This 5 star resort hotel is sitting on a sprawling 11.4 hectare property in Lapu-Lapu City, just 30 minutes away from the heart of Cebu City. It is the [...]
Today, January 25, 2009 is considered as “New Year’s eve” (just much like our December 31) for our Chinese brothers and sisters. Tomorrow, Monday January 26, 2009 marks the New Year for 2009 for the Chinese.
Aside from being known as “Abalos country” and the Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong City in Metro Manila would soon have another attraction that will forever be linked to it’s name – GIANT SIOPAO.
Baguio City is located in Northern Luzon and is situated at 1500 meters (5100 ft) above sea level. Baguio City is best well known for its cool climate. It was established by the Americans in 1900 as a getaway from the scorching tropical climate from the rest of the country. Baguio City is officially designated [...]
Yepeeyyyy !!!! (Using my feet to clap in midair) I just found out that I am one of the five “lucky” winners of the Cebu Pacific Blogging challenge !
Pastor Paul Langbid, a long time pioneering missionary in Barili Cebu went to my house one day and asked if I could handle a case for him. He said that a case for ejectment was filed against the Bible Baptist Church of Barili. I really do not want to accept out of town cases because [...]
Since August 25, 2008 is a holiday (National heroes day has been moved to Monday by virtue of the President’s power under the “Holiday economics” bill) my wife hatched the idea for us to go Dumaguete City, since it is Silliman University’s founding anniversary.
Ever since I was a kid, I’ve always dreamed of visiting Camotes. My teacher and friend, Alexander Paul Dagatan who was born and raised there stirred up my imagination for the place. Alex lived with us for several years and he always tells us story about Camotes. Camotes for me was not just another tourist [...]
This is a continuation of our summer gateway in Luzon last April 2008. If you want to read my pervious posts on our 5 day vacation here it is: Summer Getaway 2008 – Part 1 – Arriving at Manila Summer gateaway 2008 – Part 2 – Pagsanjan falls Summer gateaway 2008 – Part 3 – [...]