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Thursday, November 10, 2011

Victory Liner Passenger Terminals Location, Fares and Schedules


Victory Liner Passenger Terminals

There are two (2) Victory bus terminals in Baguio:

BAGUIO OLD TERMINAL

Gov. Pack Road, Baguio City
Route: Olongapo - Pasay - Caloocan - Cubao - Sampaloc

BAGUIO PASSENGER CENTRE


Utility Road Cor. Old Forestry Road.
#002 Marcoville Baguio City


In Metro Manila, there are six (6) Victory bus terminals:  

CALOOCAN

713 Rizal Avenue Extension, Caloocan City #361-1506 to 10
Route: Olongapo – IBA & Sta. Cruz – Zambales
Baguio – Dagupan – Guagua – Pampanga

CUBAO

683 EDSA, Cubao, Quezon City
Route: Baguio - Dagupan – Lingayen - IBA
Olongapo – Alaminos - Bolinao

DAGUPAN

Perez Blvd. Herrera-Perez, Dagupan City
Route: Caloocan - Baguio - Cubao - Pasay

KAMIAS

#766 EDSA corner East Avenue, Quezon City
Route: Cagayan Valley (Santiago,Jones,
Ilagan, Tuguegarao, Aparri, Tuao, Tabuk, Aurora, Isabela)
#921-3296

PASAY

651 EDSA Pasay City
Route: Olongapo – Baguio - IBA
Lingayen Guagua - Pampanga
Cagayan Valley (Tuguegarao)
#833-5019 to 20

SAMPALOC (EARNSHAW)


551 Earnshaw St., Barangay 401, Sampaloc, Manila
Route: Baguio, Pangasinan, Zambales, Cagayan Valley
#741-1436

There is one (1) in Olongapo City:

OLONGAPO

#27 Anonas St. West Bajac-Bajac Olongapo City
Route: Balanga Bataan – Baguio - Dagupan
IBA & Sta. Cruz – Zambales - Caloocan
Pasay – Sampaloc – Cubao

SCHEDULES

FROM CUBAO TO:FROM PASAY TO:
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BAGUIOOLONGAPO / IBA, ZAMBALES
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19:30every 30 min until15:00 Via SCTEX
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16:007:2020:30DeluxeIBA, ZAMBALESNight trips:DELUXE21:45 - LT19:3016:30
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18:408:0021:0010:156:3020:40 Via Sta Cruz11:15

18:30 - Roxas
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23:308:3023:0012:209:0023:5513:15MANAOAGNight trips19:30
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9:00STA. CRUZ20:1515:00
23:45Every Sunday21:0020:30 - Santiago
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DAGUPAN via MARQUEE9:304:0023:15
BOLINAO1:154:0023:30 - LIT21:30
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5:0010:007:200:15OLONGAPO7:30
4:40
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6:0010:308:30
Via SCTEX :15:30DAGUPAN
IBA, ZAMBALES
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8:0011:009:30DAGUPAN / LINGAYEN5:3018:003:20
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10:3016:30
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until 18:20
12:00Via ROXAS
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12:0012:3013:307:0014:30


13:00 - Sta. Cruz18:30
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12:4013:0015:008:0015:30
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MANAOAG


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BAGUIO via MARQUEE
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17:2016:00OLONGAPO via SCTEX:MANAOAG

4:00
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FROM CUBAO TO:FROM PASAY TO:
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BAGUIOOLONGAPO / IBA, ZAMBALES
BAGUIOOLONGAPOALAMINOSBAGUIODAGUPANOLANGAPOCAGAYAN
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7:004:0018:30 - Olongapo1:003:304:301:003:202:005:00
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9:005:0019:00:00- Olongapoevery hour until every 30 mins. untilevery hour until every hour until every 40 minutes3:008:30
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11:206:0019:30- Olongapo24:00:0021:00 - LT16:3024:00until 18:203:3013:00 Via SCTEX
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14:007:0020:00



19:30every 30 min until15:00 Via SCTEX
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16:007:2020:30DeluxeIBA, ZAMBALESNight trips:DELUXE21:45 - LT19:3016:30
.
18:408:0021:0010:156:3020:40 Via Sta Cruz11:15

18:30 - Roxas
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23:308:3023:0012:209:0023:5513:15MANAOAGNight trips19:30
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9:00STA. CRUZ20:1515:00
23:45Every Sunday21:0020:30 - Santiago
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DAGUPAN via MARQUEE9:304:0023:15
BOLINAO1:154:0023:30 - LIT21:30
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5:0010:007:200:15OLONGAPO7:30
4:40
23:00
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6:0010:308:30
Via SCTEX :15:30DAGUPAN
IBA, ZAMBALES
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8:0011:009:30DAGUPAN / LINGAYEN5:3018:003:20
5:00Via IIAGAN
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9:5011:3010:305:007:3021:00every 40 min
10:3016:30
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10:4012:0012:306:0011:30
until 18:20
12:00Via ROXAS
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12:0012:3013:307:0014:30


13:00 - Sta. Cruz18:30
.
12:4013:0015:008:0015:30
Night trips:


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13:3013:3017:309:0017:00
19:30
DAGUPAN via MARQUEE
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14:4014:0020:0010:0018:00
21:45 - LT
9:20
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15:2014:3021:30every 40 minutes



17:00
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MANAOAG


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BAGUIO via MARQUEE
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17:2016:00OLONGAPO via SCTEX:MANAOAG

4:00
11:00
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4:40
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FROM DAGUPAN TO:
FROM BAGUIO TO;
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CUBAO / PASAYCUBAO / CALOOCANSTGOROXASTABUKBAGUIOSTA. CRZ
CUBAO / PASAYCUBAO / SAMPALOCCUBAO / CALOOCANOLONGAPODAGUPAN
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22:003:3013:004:006:003:30 - FT3:00- OLO
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18:20 - LT6:00 - OLO
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15 - 20 minute intervals30 minute intervals from 3:30 - 20:00
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  •   Schedules and Fares are subject to change without notice.   
Effective June 18, 2011

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KALOOKANCUBAOPASAYSAMPALOC
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KMDESTINATION090600



Bwk/CamachileMunoz-P.TuazonSantolan-Ayala
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66SAN FERNANDO102102112

KMDESTINATION09060006
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72Bacolor112112120

88DAU126131141131
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77GUAGUA121121130

106CAPAS155160170160
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77SAN ANTON121121130

124TARLAC184189198189
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100LAYAC160160165

138GERONA206211221211
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101DINALUPIHAN161162170

146PANIQUI219224234224
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128O L O N G A P O202207218

153MONCADA230235245235
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139SUBIC221226236

161SAN MANUEL243248258248
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154SAN MARCELINO247252262

171CARMEN259264274264
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162SAN ANTONIO260265275

173VILLASIS262267277267
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169SAN NARCISO272277287

181URDANETA275280290280
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175SAN FELIPE282287298

201STA. BARBARA307312322312
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210IBA342347357

208CALASIAO318323333323
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246MASINLOC403408


212DAGUPAN325330339330
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257CANDELARIA422427


226LINGAYEN
352362
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274STA. CRUZ451456








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KALOOKANCUBAOPASAYSAMPALOC
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181URDANETA275280290280
124TARLAC
189
189
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192BNALONAN316316326316
159CAMILING
245
245
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201POZORRUBIO332332342332
178MANGATAREM
275
275
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206SISON340340350340
191AGUILAR
296
296
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215SAITAN355355366355
198BUGALLON
307
307
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218ROSARIO360360371360
211LABRADOR
328
328
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231PUGO383383393383
213LAWIS
331
331
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268BAGUIO445445455445
219SUAL
341
341
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237ALAMINOS
370
370
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CUBAOPASAYSAMPALOC

251BANI
392

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160SAN JOSE254264256

276BOLINAO
432

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272SOLANO319462320







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285BAGABAG335485336







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326SANTIAGO384391385







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368CAUAYAN434442436







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398ILAGAN470478472







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Pacquiao vs Marquez Part III


The Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao versus Juan Manuel “El Dinamita” Marquez third fight, also known as the Pacquiao vs Marquez III is finally set to happen on November 12 ,2011 (November 13 here in the Philippines) at the luxurious MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
Manny Pacquiao, born in Kibawe, Bukidnon and raised in General Santos city won the WBO Welterweight Title against Miguel Cotto on November 14, 2009. He successfully defended the belt against Joshua Clottey on March 13, 2010 and Shane Mosley on May 7, 2011. Now, Manny is going to defend the same welterweight crown against Juan Manuel Marquez.

Brace yourselves for yet another “Philippines vs Mexico” boxing event that you may call Pacman vs Dinamita as well, we all know what to expect if fighters from both countries collide don’t we?

What else but explosive fireworks!




Pacquiao and Marquez had met in the ring twice in the past.

The first time Marquez and Pacquiao fought atop the squared ring was hilarious! Marquez was kayoed thrice in the first round but Juan Manuel pulled him self up and stand his ground resulted to a controversial draw. 

The second fight, held four years after the first fight, ended in a controversial split decision victory for Manny.
On this third fight both of them are roaring to prove it to the public on who’s really the man between them.

During the HBO’s Pacquiao vs Marquez 3 24/7, both camps said they’re ready to go, and so they are. They have game plans already for this classic encounter. 


Freddie Roach (Pacquiao’s coach) said, the only satisfying win for Manny this time to KNOCKED Juan Manuel Marquez out and that will close the book into this. 

Hall of Famer Trainer Ignacio “Nacho” Beristain.(Marquez’ Trainor) is also very much aware of this plan from his opposition, but he himself trust his own fighter and promised to the public that they’ll do anything to win this fight.

Watch Pacquiao vs Marquez 3 Fight when they fight over the WBO welterweight championship and see if either Pacquiao (the 8 division champ) or Marquez will shocked the world.
The Pacquiao vs Marquez 3 promoted by Top Rank Promotions (or TR Boxing) is televised on HBO pay-per-view. Those who want to save a few bucks can choose to watch the fight at a nearby restaurant or bar, which offers live streaming that includes a free snacks or meal. The price range is from 200 pesos to 600 pesos per person.
The televised undercard of the Pacquiao vs Marquez 3 starts at 9 in the morning Philippine Time on November 13 but boxing fans are expected to come as early as 7 am just to get the front-row seats of the restaurant or bar.

SM Cinemas in the Philippines also offers live viewing of the Pacquiao vs Marquez 3. SM Mall of Asia in Pasay has been relentlessly promoting the fight so fans will watch inside their cinemas. The prices of the tickets are about P500, which already includes free snacks and coffee. SM Malls located in Bacolod, Iloilo, Cagayan de Oro and other parts of the country all offer live streaming of the Pacquiao vs Marquez 3 fight.
Do not miss this chance to watch the much-awaited Pacquiao vs Marquez 3 boxing match. All Filipinos are hoping that Manny will win on November but Mexicans are also praying that Marquez will emerge victorious. Americans and other races are going to watch the fight and they are desiring for another thrilling and entertaining fight.


Wednesday, November 9, 2011


I first heard about this PALM CARD from my brother. He was raving about it. Since their office manager has one and he said it is a real value for money. Ilan order mo lang bawi mo na yun binayad mo sa PALM CARD. Pagka nag order ka ng isang pizza may kasama na siyang libreng isa pa!  Akalain mo yun?                             
At kung sa inaakala mo yun na yun! May promo ang Pizza hut sa palm card. Sa halagang P249 may PALM CARD ka na! If dati puro delivery lang siya pwedeng magamit ngayon pwede na rin siya sa dine in! So go na i blow-out na ang barkada sa Pizza hut!
How do I get a PALM CARD?
  • Visit any Pizza Hut restaurant and fill out an application form
  • Pay the P379 membership fee (Promo: only P249 from Nov. 6 - 12, 2011)
  • Claim your new Pizza Hut Palm Card within a few minutes
How do I get my FREE Pizza?
  • Visit any Pizza Hut restaurant or call
911-11-11
  • Simply present the card upon ordering to avail of the FREE pizza.
  • Card is non-transferable and is valid for six months from date of purchase (signature of card should be same as the one on the receipt for validation purposes).


Buy any Family or Regular size pizza* and a softdrink** for DINE-IN, TAKE-OUT & DELIVERY and get the FREE PIZZA OF THE MONTH of the same size FREE!***
For cash transactions only

Card is non-transferable and is valid for six months from date of purchase (signature of card should be same as the one on the receipt for validation purposes).


Terms and Conditions :


Before ordering show this card for take-out, or give the card number when ordering for delivery. 


For cash transactions only 


Maximum of 5 paid and 5 free pizzas per order. Your free pizza is not convertible to cash. 


Not valid with any other promotions, discounts and privilege cards. 


Not valid in Pizza Hut Express and Bistro restaurants. 


Card is valid for 6 months from date of card purchase. 


Pizza Hut reserves the right to dishonor or confiscate the card if the use does not conform to the terms of this card or if found tampered or faked. 


Pizza Hut will not be liable for any lost card. * Except Create your Own and De Luxe Cheese pizza.


Pizza purchase should be of higher value than the free pizza 


** For Delivery, soft drink purchase must be 2.0 liters Pepsi or 1.5 liters Pepsi / FOR DINE IN SOFTDRINK PURCHASE MUST BE 2 GLASSES PER TRANSACTION.


*** Their customer service representative will inform you of the free pizza of the month upon ordering.


PPUR SEND TO 2861 or go to www.new7wonders.com


PPUR SEND TO 2861 or go to www.new7wonders.com

Only two days left for the world’s texting capital to vote the Puerto Princesa Underground River (PPUR) as one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature.    


Please Vote for the underground river so we could win one of only seven slots before the deadline on November 11. 

Top 10 finalists in no particular order
  1. The Dead Sea 
  2. The Grand Canyon in the United States
  3. The Great Barrier Reef of Australia and Papua New Guinea 
  4. Halong Bay of Vietnam 
  5. Italy’s Vesuvius.          
  6. Jeita Grotto  
  7. Jeju Island 
  8. Komodo Island 
  9. Puerto Princesa Underground River 
  10. Sundarbans             
Losing ground

The underground river made it to the top 10 in a recent ranking update in the contest website, but as of Tuesday the voting trend was going downward. 


There is a need to close ranks and demonstrate patriotism in order for our entry to get into the magic seven.

TO VOTE VIA TEXT :

PPUR send to 2861 
 
TO VOTE ONLINE CLICK:
www.new7wonders.com  
OR

President Benigno Aquino III had ordered national line agencies to launch a campaign urging every Filipino to vote online or via text messages for the underground river.
 

The report about PPUR’s overall standing was encouraging, but let's be cautious against being complacent and let's take note that only seven would be chosen among the 10 finalists. 
 

The help of each and every Filipino citizen is very crucial at this critical juncture.

Telecommunications giants Smart and Globe have mounted a text voting campaign that offers cash prizes as much as P25 million to lucky voters.

According to its website, the New7Wonders of Nature campaign started in 2007, immediately following the successful drive to choose the man-made Official New 7 Wonders of the World.

From December 2007 to July 7, 2009, over 440 locations from more than 220 countries were nominated through a national qualification and raced to become one of the Top 77.

From the 77, the New7Wonders panel of experts supervised the selection of the 28 official candidates, which were announced on July 21, 2009.

The Official New7Wonders of Nature is now in its third and final phase, and an estimated one billion people worldwide will cast their vote for their chosen seven.
The final seven will be proclaimed based on the total number of Internet and text votes they have received.

Eamonn Fitzgerald, head of communication for New 7 Wonders, however, stressed that the winning list could still change in the final week and days.
 

With millions of votes still set to come in, finalists who are not in today’s top 10 could still make it into the chosen 7. The first count indicating the provisional voting result will be announced at 19:07 p.m. GMT on November 11 (3 a.m. Nov. 12 in Manila) on ww,new7wonders.com

Go Vote now!


Monday, November 7, 2011

Miss World 2011 1st runner-up is our very own Miss Philippines Gwendolyn Ruais


Gwendolyn placed second to Miss Venezuela, Ivian Sarcos-Colmenares, in a glittering and gallant performance besting hundreds of candidates from Albania to Zimbabwe.
Our very own Miss Philippines Gwendolyn Ruais (left) became the highest placing Pinay candidate in this year's beauty pageant season with a runner-up finish in the 2011 Miss World competition held on Sunday, November 6 at Earls Court in London.(AP photo)
Over a billion viewers from around the world tuned in to see her crowned the winner with runner up prizes going to Miss Philippines and Miss Puerto Rico. Fans who were unable to follow the final on television were kept up-to-date on the internet via live streaming and Facebook updates and tweets. 
The 21 year-old  French-Filipino model, who hailed from Muntinlupa City, earned her Bachelor's Degree in Business Management only last year.
She stopped a successful modeling career to represent the Philippines to the Miss World.

A few thousand fans cheered, waved national flags and shouted for their favorites inside the Earls Court Two auditorium in west London.
 The beautiful candidates in their long gown!
 Winners all.

This was the 60th year of the beauty pageant and to celebrate its diamond anniversary, it returned to the city where it all began. The first was held in London in 1951 during the Festival of Britain on the South Bank of the River Thames.
 
A woman who spent five years studying in a nunnery and once dreamed of becoming a nun has been crowned the winner of Miss World 2011.
Miss Venezuela, Ivian Lunasol Sarcos Colmenares, beat contestants from 122 countries to the coveted title after impressing the judges in the categories of beach beauty, top model, talent, sports, and beauty with a purpose - where the contestants must demonstrate involvement in a charity project.
Ms. Sarcos Colmenares, 21, was orphaned at a young age and spent five years studying at a nunnery. She dreamed of becoming a nun but then took her life in a different direction, gaining a degree in human resources and working for a broadcasting company.
 
She was the favourite for the Miss World title going into the final at Earls Court, London, yesterday evening but reacted with delight and disbelief when she was announced as the winner of the famous beauty pageant. Now she said she wants to use her title to help other people. 
She said: "Winning means everything to me and I hope to take advantage of being a winner in a productive manner. I’m unbelievably happy to have won and there are some incredible girls. I first and foremost want to help people in need. I would like to help people like me. I am an orphan. I would also like to help the elderly and troubled teenagers. As many people as I can."
"Unfortunately I lost both my parents at a very young age which led me to study for five years in a nunnery. I spent my five years in there and my dream was to become a nun."
The final seven, chosen by the judges, were Miss England, Miss Korea, Miss Philippines, Miss Puerto Rico, Miss Scotland, Miss South Africa and Miss Venezuela.
  Miss World 2012 will be held in Ordos in Inner Mongolia, China.

Congratulations Philippines ! Congratulation Miss Gwendolyn Ruais highest-placed Filipina in Miss World since 1973! Congratulation Ms. Sarcos-Colmenares Miss World 2011!
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Friday, November 4, 2011

VICTORIA PEAK HONG KONG


How to reach Victoria Peak? Tourists can take the Peak Tram, a pleasant ride ascending the mountain. The tram has been in operation for over one hundred years, and to date, no accidents have ever occurred. Your journey aboard the tram will take eight minutes and upon reaching the summit you will see a seven storied building in the shape of a ship.




Hong Kong is a luminous pearl with a sea of lights twinkling in the streets after dark. Where is the best place to enjoy the multi-colorful night scene that encompasses Hong Kong and Victoria Harbor? Victoria Peak is a good location to view its night scene. Being 554 meters (about 1,817.6 feet) above sea level, Victoria Peak is the highest point within Hong Kong and occupies the western part of the island.
Viewing Hong Kong at night is a must! The panoramic vista is one of the most beautiful night scenes in the world! So a visit to the Lion Pavilion on the peak is a must. Standing upon the pavilion and overlooking the Victoria Harbor and the Kowloon Peninsula, a spectacular night view will unfold in front of your eyes. The Victoria Harbor is one of the world's busiest harbors and has a constant ebb and flow of shipping all year round. With row upon row of skyscrapers stand prominently on the Central District which is Hong Kong's financial and economic hub. 

Thanks Khae for the pix!


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