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Friday, March 11, 2011

WHAT TO DO IF THERE IS TSUNAMI ALERT NUMBER 2



When their is TSUNAMI ADVISORY NO. 2
If the PHIVOLCS had raised the Tsunami Alert Status to Tsunami Lavel 2.  This means that the threat of tsunami occurrence has escalated.
The following are hereby ordered for disaster avoidance:
1. People are advised to stay away from the shoreline and beaches.
2. Families whose houses are near the coastal areas are now ordered to evacuate to safer ground – ground elevation of four (4) meters above sea level.
3. Evacuation in the target barangays in the nine coastal areas (two cities and seven towns) that are within the barangay are also encouraged to commence even before Alert 3.
4. No sailing out to sea – all sea crafts shall not venture into the sea.  They should rather proceed to deeper sea for their safety.
5. Evacuation should be by FOOT.  Do not bring your vehicles during evacuation as these may cause traffic jams and may complicate the evacuation movement.  Bring food stuff during evacuation.
6. The AFP/PNP shall establish check points in road network leading to the coastal area of the eastern seaboard to prevent the people from going back to the coastal area.
7. Maintain close monitoring the situation from your favorite radio station for PHIVOLCS and PDRRMC updates and advisories.
by Joey Salceda


How to get unlimited roaming while abroad for Globe postpaid subscribers




Globetrotters are in for a New Year’s treat from Globe and Bridge Alliance with Bridge DataRoamUnlimited. Now, you can enjoy non-stop data roaming at a fixed rate that won’t compromise your travel budget!
Exclusive to Globe postpaid subscribers, Bridge DataRoam Unlimited offers a one-flat rate on unlimited data roaming use when you fly to these 10 participating countries and log on to Globe's partner networks: Hong Kong (CSL), Singapore (SingTel), Thailand (AIS), Malaysia (Maxis), Macau (CTM), Australia (Optus), Taiwan (Taiwan Mobile), Indonesia (Telkomsel), India (Airtel), and South Korea (SK Telecom). So, you won’t have to obsessively track your data roaming use or agonize over sudden expenses as you stay connected with everyone over the internet.
Depending on the length of stay in your country of choice, you can pick the best one that suits your needs from these Bridge DataRoam Unlimited subscription plans:
  •  • US$10 for 1-Day
  •  • US$27 for 3-Days
  •  • US$40 for 5-Days
And whether you’re here or abroad, sign up for Bridge DataRoam Unlimited by simply sending here or abroad* a text to 2884:
BDU___
Example: BDU Singapore 40 01/01/11**
*Roaming rates apply for registrations abroad.
**No need to indicate the date for same day activation.


Wednesday, March 9, 2011

OFWs from Libya gets "Libreng Tawag" from airport authorities upon their arrival.


OFWs from Libya gets "Libreng Tawag" from airport authorities upon their arrival. 


Good News! Don't be upset if the rebels got your gadgets, you could still call your families, and informed them that you finally arrived in the Philippines.
 


Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Calanggaman Island


The beautiful hidden beauty of Calanggaman Island
Woooooaaaahhh! That was my first reaction when I saw the pix taken by Tito Gerry Ruiz in Leyte! 
He said that it's the next big tourist destination in Leyte!

He said that we should savor it while the crowds have not discovered it yet and Mother Nature still rules.

He described it as paradise, unspoilt and has crystal clear waters plus white powdery sand. Calanggaman Island is located roughly 15 kms. off the coast of Palompon, Leyte on the western side, between Leyte and Cebu. It's one (1) hour ride by pumpboat from Palompon. The island is being managed by Palompon Local Government Unit (LGU).

They took a big pumpboat which was a good thing as the water started to get rough 10 minutes away from Palompon’s pier. It was an hour trip – a rough ride most of the time, but nothing to be scared of. It was a “normal” thing," as one of the boat’s crew members sheepishly remarked.

The island is still bare although there are now few structures built on it.

Like Calaguas Group of Islands in Camarines Norte, there are no provisions for accommodation/ overnight stay in the island.

Those who would like to stay overnight must bring a tent with them.

There are a couple of picnic kiosks for rent, with tables and chairs.

There is a public restroom.

Be forewarned though that there are no commercial stores or restaurants there. 

So one has to bring his or her own food and water.

There is no electricity in the island but we were told that it now has battery-powered lights at night and that solar panels, which could charge the batteries, have just arrived and would soon be installed.

Mobile phone signal from the main providers is good, so one could still get in touch with the rest of the world.

To those who love taking the less beaten path and being away literally far from it all, nothing can be better than Calanggaman Island.



Photos were taken last February 22, 2011.

Thanks to Nhel Nanquil, DOT Region 8 and the Palompon LGU Tourism Staff.

View hi-res quality slideshow: http://gerryruiz.callezaragosa.com/p191594393/slideshow

For inquiries on how to get there & other travel arrangements, contact  Ludette Ruiz http://www.facebook.com/pages/Leyte-Gulf-Travel-and-Tours/46799865043 or call (053) 321-7966 & 523-7966


Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Nonito Donaire Vs Fernando Montiel Knock Out Highlights 2/20/11



Friday, February 18, 2011

DO-IT-YOURSELF Overnight Parking in NAIA Terminal 3


Overnight parking in NAIA Terminal 3 will cost you P50 P300 a night only! Try it!
(please see http://www.travelonshoestring.com/2014/03/naia-3-overnight-parking-rate.html)
TURN LEFT TO THE OVERNIGHT PARKING AREA

Get your parking slip. Log in the overnight parking log book.
In the old Deomestic Airport they give these overnight parking coupons. But in Terminal 3 you will only be given the parking slip above.

pix c/o http://1day-at-a-time.blogspot.com/2008/12/naia-terminal-3.html
Park your car.
 Cross the street between the parking area and the airport building.Travel & Leisure - Top Blogs Philippines


BOHOL HOTELS, RESORT, INNS, PENSION HOUSES, LODGES, DORMITORIES


BOHOL HOTELS, RESORT, INNS, PENSION HOUSES,  LODGES, DORMITORIES

Here is the list of resorts, hotels, lodges, inns and pension houses in Tagbilaran City, Bohol.
Hotels/Lodges Contacts
Bohol Tropics Resort *
(038)411-3510 to 14/(038)411-2529
The Metro Centre Hotel *
(038)411-2599
Hotel La Roca * (038)411-3796 to 98/(038)411-3179
Wregent Plaza Hotel * (038)411-3144/(038)411-3951/(038)411-3971
The Meridian Hotel * (038)411-3060/(038)411-3123
Gie Gardens Hotel * (038)411-3182/(038)411-2031
Buen Bella Pension House + (038)235-6466/+63920-2956251
Chriscent Ville Pension House + (038)411-4029/(038)235-4365
Coralandia Resort and Restaurant + (038)411-3445
East Coast Tourist Inn + (038)501-7210
El Portal Inn + (038)411-2124/(038)411-3579
Slim Pension House + (038)411-4858/(038)411-5907
Taver’s Pension House + (038)411-4896/(038)411-3983/(038)411-4797
Villa Alzhun Tourist Inn & Restaurant + (038)411-3893
Villa Camilla Pension Haus + (038)411-4966
Winward Pension House + (038)411-3599
Agricultural Promotions Center x (038)411-2436
Casa Juana x (038)411-3306/(038)411-3331/(038)411-2683
Charisma Lodge x (038)411-3094
City Lodge 2 x (038)411-2190
City Lodge 3 (038)411-3251
CVSCAFT Hometel x (038)235-3173
Everglory Lodge & Restaurant x (038)411-3200
Executive Inn x (038)411-3254
Hats Inn x (038)411-2427
LTS Lodge x (038)411-3310/(038)411-3082
Matig-a Lodge x (038)411-2068
Nisa Traveller’s Inn x (038)411-3731
Shores Apartelle x (038)411-4734
Sky High Lodge x (038)501-7955
Soledad Suite x (038)411-2117
Tamblot Pension House x (038)411-2254
Uptown Lodge x (038)235-3166
Vista Lodge x (038)411-3072
* – Hotels/Resorts
+ – Inns/Pension Houses
x – Lodges/Dormitory


How to become TV5 Willing Willie studio audience.


Many Filipinos want to become a live studio audience of TV5 Willing Willie Variety Show. Guys! Here’s how to become TV5 Willing Willie studio audience.
Image Courtesy of TV5


For bookings and reservation, look for Martin and call 355-5530 from 12:30-2:30pm, Monday –Friday.

You may send your email to willingwillie@ymail.com
and ask them how to become a studio audience.

Or fill up the application available here.

Willing Willie show
 is airing weekdays from Monday to Friday (6:30pm to 9:00pm after Aksyon News) 

and Saturdays (5:00pm to 7:30pm after 5Maxx Movies). It is an early evening variety gameshow by TV5.

You can visit their Twitter account at @WWTV5 for the latest updates. Or you can visit them at #730 Quirino Highway, San Bartolome, Novaliches, Quezon City.

Be happy! Enjoy!


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