Saturday, March 15, 2014

Summer Time 2014

Well, here in the Philippines, people are getting to hit summer vacations! And we are known for some beaches.

I scanned some of my photos and found these.


This photo above was taken in Surigao del Sur. Britannia Islands. Island hopping and scuba diving. They call this island a vanishing island. As high tide, only part of the island is seen.



This island has caves and corals. One of the islands of Britannia.


This photo is taken in Samal, Davao del Sur. An island just a few minutes away from Davao City. There are a lot beaches here. A variety of choices.


Happy Summer!

Sunday, November 24, 2013

Pls Help Typhoon Haiyan Victims...


I was surfing the internet and saw this heart breaking photos. This very violent typhoon left sufferings to people in Visayas Region here in the Philippines. I was surfing the internet, I saw photos that very heart breaking. No more homes.. and many lost their loved ones. Barely an hour of strong wind and storm surge...

Please help my fellow Filipinos in Visayas Region. They really need food, clothing and medicine. I also found this photo on how to send your donation if you're outside Philippines.


God bless them. Heal their faith, emotions and physical body...


I'm praying and asking for your help. Thank you so much!

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Seagull Mountain Resort

Planning on a vacation? Seagull Mountain Resort is a must-see destination here in Davao City. Located along Buda Road (Davao-Bukidnon Road), Barangay Lorega, Marilog District, Davao City.


This is the Buda Road. Foggy because when we arrived, it was drizzling here. So cold!

This is the waterfalls. It will take around five minutes to get down from the Entrance by riding their shuttle. You can take along with you your packed lunch or have a barbecue or grilled fish. So refreshing with so cold water.

This is the view. If you're a nature lover. You will gonna love staying here!



Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Bunawan, Agusan del Sur

It is now 2013. I scanned my pictures and found out that I haven't shared yet this picture of Lolong. This was taken last June 2012.

Agusan del Sur (The Land of Golden Opportunities), is known for Lolong. The longest saltwater crocodile ever captured.


Agusan del Sur has mountain ranges in eastern and western sides forming a valley. Flows here is the famous Agusan River. The third longest river here in the Philippines. One of the prominent features in the Agusan River basin is the presence of Agusan Marsh. With a total area of 19,197 hectares. The marsh is a home to endangered and endemic flora and fauna and became a wildlife sanctuary in 1996.


Meet Lolong, the largest crocodile in captivity. An Indo-Pacific or Saltwater crocodile. A 20-feet and 3 inches (6.17 m). This endangered specie was named after Ernesto "Lolong" Goloran Cañete. He is one of the veteran hunters of crocodile and from Palawan Crocodile Reservation Center who led the hunt. He died of a heart attack several days before the crocodile was captured. Lolong is now kept in an enclosure at Bunawan Eco-Park and Wildlife Reservation Center in Barangay Consuelo (8 km out of town).

Another pride of the Philippines because Lolong was officially certified by the Guinness Book of World Records as the "World's biggest crocodile in captivity."

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