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A postscript analysis of a Senator hubris, braggadocio, discipline and protection from the law.
I do believe, the land of my birth is worth hoping for. Like a prizefighter, trying to rise up from a fall caused by a heavy blow. I’ll stand up. I’ll not give up on her. I’ll do my share.
I want to share a thing or two about our country the Philippines, I hope you like it.
Manila, the capital city of the Philippines, is best known as the place of trade and industries - an urban jungle where the roar of jeepneys interlaced with their blackish smoke; where people are like wild animals fighting for space. But wait, there is a soft side of this busy metropo...
The traditions of the Filipino people. There are several celebrations of the Philippines.
Many of us Catholics may say that Pope John Paul II visited the Philippines twice and those visits were on 1981 and 1995 respectively, then many of us were not entirely correct. The truth is that Pope John Paul did not only visit once or twice but rather three times.
Some things to know about the Southeast Asian country called, the Republic of the Philippines.
This talks about my recent visit to Manila and my thoughts and observations of the city
Most of the people living and working in Manila city of Philippines must carry folding umbrellas. Due to Unexpected down pour in the evenings and sun shine in the day time. To protect from rain and sun rays most of the working ladies and students buy folding umbrellas regularly.
{ Look around to see your happiness and do what is worth it. }
My return to the Philippines after many decades and my amazing response upon returning...
This is a personal travel to one of the beautiful island in the Philippines. Here, I am sharing the fun activities that you can enjoy in Boracay. I also shared some tips before and after you go there. So, enjoy!
Makati is the home of several conglomerates' headquarters in the Philippines. Despite the busy and hectic schedules of a corporate world, it manages to give young and old professionals a fantastic avenue to celebrate Christmas.
The end result is a truly spectacular fiesta that keeps Davao rocking for seven days (and nights!). Extensive activities include parades featuring the civic, military and tribal aspects of local life, flower and produce shows, traditional sport, horse races, native rowing races, power...
The months of typhoon weather in the Philippines is here again. What preparations can we do during these rainy months?
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