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Friday, October 7, 2011


 Very nice embroidered elephant in Bangkok  Market
 This place in Bangkok just outside the WAT PHO reminds me of  Taboan Market in Carbon, Cebu
 Various kinds of dried fish in Bangkok Market
 Different souvenir items can be found on the sidewalk.
 Cabs waiting for passengers just outside Wat Pho
Sandals at 80 pesos, 100, 150 so cheap indeed!

Fruits abound there in Bangkok, Thailand. Pineapple, watermelon, etc. you name it they have it! The fruits I saw was just like the ones that you find in the Philippines.

Monday, October 3, 2011


 A view from one of the windows of the temple that houses the Giant Recling Gold Buddha -WAT PHO
 Statues outside the temple
 One of the arches outside the temple.
Replica of the reclining buddha inside the compound
This temple houses the giant reclining buddha.

PRANG look like Christmas trees.

Very colorful PRANG indeed

 The compound is so huge. There's so many doors!
Many different temples inside the WAT PHO compound.

It is worth the visit! Try visiting WAT PHO temple too! 


Saturday, October 1, 2011


You would find these signages at the entrance of Wat Pho Temple. What caught my attention is the signage that warn people against NON-THAI PICKPOCKETS. Lol. Naisip ko tuloy baka they were referring to Pinoys again. We happened to be in Hongkong when they caught two pickpockets/ snatchers. Yes! Not one, but two snatchers who are both Filipinos. I may be laughing about it but deep inside it hurts:( grabe impression nila pag Pinoy :( Maybe those Pinoys have their own reasons. We never know. I just hope and pray there would come a day that whenever they learn that we are Filipinos they would respect and regard us highly.

Proceed with caution against this gang. Just bear in mind they are NON-THAI! One day we would also display that sign in the Philippines-- NON-FILIPINO PICKPOCKETS.

Anyhow, let's move on and see the grandeur of WAT PO.

The beautiful back view of the giant reclining buddha-Wat Pho.

The Buddha statue at WAT PHO was reclining because he was at peace. They said that he is awaiting for heaven in this pose. That's why he was reclining.

This is a painting on WAT PHO wall that shows a village and its people. The painting depicts the Buddha and the village people in their everyday lives.



Wat Pho temple in Phra Nakhon district, Bangkok, Thailand. It is located in the Rattanakosin area directly adjacent to the Grand Palace. Known also as the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, its official name is Wat Phra Chettuphon Wimon Mangkhalaram Ratchaworamahawihan. 

It is the largest temple in Bangkok and famed for its huge and majestic reclining Buddha measured 46 metres long and covered in gold leaf. The Buddha's feet are 3 metres long and exquisitely decorated in mother-of-pearl illustrations of auspicious 'laksanas' meaning -"characteristics"of the Buddha.
Entrance is 50 Thai Baht 
Full view of the giant reclining buddha 

My brother and I went to Wat Pho after our shopping spree around Thailand.  It is our second time in Bangkok, Thailand. And we really love the place. My mouth fell the first time I saw the Giant reclining Buddha. It was so huge and glittering in gold. Its feet is made of mother of Pearl and everyone is forbidden to touch it. 

The intricate design of buddha's characteristics is made of mother of pearl . Amazingly beautiful

Oh, it was a wonderful Thailand adventure and I hope to be back soon!

Thursday, September 29, 2011


MANILA, Philippines—Lucky commuters will be able to take Metro Rail Transit (MRT) trains on Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (Edsa) for free on Friday as insurance company Pru Life UK celebrates its 15th anniversary by giving away tickets.

In a statement, Pru Life UK said it would put up booths at the MRT’s Taft, Ayala, Shaw, Cubao and North EDSA stations to distribute a total of 75,000 tickets to passengers. This makes up about 16 percent of the MRT line’s daily average ridership of 450,000 passengers.

“There will be allocations for both morning and afternoon commuters, and tickets will be given away until supplies last,” the company said.

“The motto of Pru Life UK is ‘Always listening, always understanding.’ What better way to show the Filipino people that Pru Life UK understands their needs than by celebrating our 15th year through an initiative that will connect with something they do everyday?” the company’s president Antonio de Rosas said.

“Public transportation, especially the MRT, holds a significant role in our urban lives. As we celebrate 15 years of service, we wanted to do something that would make us reach not just our policy holders but the public in general. This is Pru Life UK’s way of sharing its blessings,” he said.

On Thursday, government employees were likewise treated with free train tickets at the MRT and Light Rail Transit (LRT) lines 1 and 2, in celebration of the Civil Service Commission’s 111th anniversary this September.

About 1.25 million commuters take the LRT and MRT trains every day. The MRT line runs along Epifanio de los Santos Avenue, Metro Manila’s busiest thoroughfare, from Taft Avenue in Pasay to North Avenue in Quezon City.

The LRT line 1 runs along Taft Avenue from Baclaran, in ParaƱaque to Roosevelt in Quezon City, while line 2 runs along Aurora Boulevard from Recto, Manila to Santolan, Marikina.

Pru Life UK is an indirect subsidiary of Prudential Plc, a United Kingdom-registered company, through Prudential Corporation Asia.


Air Phil Singapore Seat Sale Promo Sept.29-October 2,2011


Selling Period is from September 29 to October 2, 2011 only.

Travel Dates are from October 20 to December 15, 2011.

Manila to Puerto Princesa, Calbayog, Catarman, Cebu, Kalibo and Tacloban for P588 only.

Manila to Singapore or vice versa for P888.

Cebu to Hong Kong or vice versa for P888.

Quoted fares for Domestic and International Flights are for one-way only.

Fares are with 15 kilos Free Baggage Allowance.

Philippine Goverment Tax not included.

Fare is not guaranteed until the final purchase.

Subject to rules and conditions, please review carefully.

Cebu Pacific seat sale Sept.26-29,2011

  • Domestic & International Seat Sale.
  • Booking Period is from September 26 to 29, 2011 or until seats last.
  • As Low as P88 on your favorite Domestic seat.
  • As Low as P488 on your favorite International seat.
  • Supersize your baggage! Pre-book and SAVE up to 50%.
  • Get insured in travel insurance.
  • Choose from available domestic and international rooms with Hotels.
  • Quoted fares are one way
  • Limited availability.
  • Fare are exclusive of government fees and taxes.
  • International fares are exclusive of fuel surcharges. For Osaka, Japan surcharges will take effect on April 1, 2011.
  • Fares are non-refundable.
  • Flight changes must be made more than 24 hours before scheduled time of departure.
  • CAB approved terms and conditions of carriage apply.

Wednesday, September 28, 2011


Photo: OFW Now!

MANILA, Philippines - State workers in Manila can ride the Light Rail Transit Lines 1 and 2 and the Metro Rail Transit for free tomorrow (September 29).

Civil Service Commission (CSC) Chairman Francisco Duque said that the free rides are offered in partnership with the Department of Transportation and Communications, in line with the celebration of the 111th Philippinde Civil Service Anniversary this month.

Government workers can take the trains for free from 7:00am to 9:00am and 5:00pm to 7:00pm They would have to present their government IDs to avail of the free ride. “This is a good way of showing our appreciation for the hard work and sacrifices of public servants,” Duque said.

With the theme “Championing RACE: Public Service Excellence at Full Speed”, the anniversary celebration enjoins state workers nationwide to respond to the President’s call for reform -– to tread the "tuwid na daan" -– and aim for Responsive, Accessible, Courteous and Effective public service.

Various activities were conducted, which included a fun run led by Vice President Jejomar C. Binay, and a government chorale competition where the National Power Chorale of the National Power Corporation (NAPOCOR) emerged as champion.

SM Department Store held a special sale in all its branches nationwide, where government workers were treated to up to 10 percent discount. Contests on essay writing, book cover design and photography were also organized.

About 1.25 million commuters take the LRT and MRT trains every day. The MRT line runs along Epifanio de los Santos Avenue, Metro Manila’s busiest thoroughfare, from Taft Avenue in Pasay to North Avenue in Quezon City.

The LRT line 1 spans along Taft Avenue from Baclaran in ParaƱaque, to Roosevelt in Quezon City, while Line 2 runs along Aurora Boulevard from Recto, Manila, to Santolan, Marikina.



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