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Saturday, September 05, 2015

CDR-KING » Let There Be Solar Powered Light

Gone are the days when our typical Juan Dela Cruz’ plight for brightness depends on an oil fueled lamp.

A lot of eyebrows were burnt from that rigorous process. Pain-staking old-school scenario equates to a person's patience to what's obvious: scarcity of light, stalls our nation’s road to progress. 

One can also imagine during night time back then wherein streets or even roads are in complete darkness and the only source of light comes from moon and stars. Sadly, up until now there are areas in the country which lacks the luxury of having a decent street light, in particular, our rural areas. 

Lucky are those in the urban community as Local governments found it imperative to come up with projects that involves improvement of lamppost. 


Thursday, September 03, 2015

Shroff Travel Offers Exclusive Travel Deals Up to 50% Discount on the 26th Philippine Travel Mart

Backed with more than  21 years of experience in the travel and tourism industry, Shroff Travel guarantees its customers with professional services in providing overall solutions to their travel needs. This year, as they participate in PHILTOA’s 26th Philippine Travel Mart, they are offering international and domestic exclusive travel deals that will surely make everyone excited to take their next holiday! 


Saturday, August 22, 2015

Mt. Sipit Ulang and Payaran Falls Dayhike » Claw Your Way to the Top

View from below of Mt. Sipit Ulang resembling crab's claw
Up I went. The view kept looking nicer and nicer. Once we reached the rock formations, I immediately put down my backpack and claw my way up against the sharp rocks. It felt so good looking at the surrounding view and feel the heights. 

I found myself on this gorgeous place last Sunday on a quick and unplanned dayhike. This natural landscape features an impressive rock formation (Mt. Sipit Ulang) and a series of fantastic waterfalls (Payaran Falls).  

From below, this rock formation appears to resemble a fossilized giant crab’s claw reaching for something in the sky – hence the name Sipit Ulang (or crabs claw).  From top of the rock, the view was sheer splendor. I was amazed at the beautiful, scenic views these rocks offered, enhanced beautifully by the gorgeous surrounding view of Mt. Pamitinan, Mt. Binacayan and Mt. Ayaas – definitely a post card view. 

We also come for the stunning series of waterfalls – the seven-layer Payaran Falls – a refreshing sidetrip after the hike.   

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Yodi Insigne
Yodi de Veas Insigne is one of those delusional sorts who imagines himself a useful contributor to the greater blogosphere (Well, that's what he's trying to accomplish).

He started blogging for three reasons:

1. He always felt he has something important to say,
2. Books can make him cry,
3. He want to sleep at night.

He is a certified bookworm, travel junkie, shutterbug, movie freak, Mangyan freethinker who sleeps a lot and think a lot. He got a little vice, which is black coffee and cashew nuts. He got colorblindness on yellow and green - and he freaking loves it!

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