Saturday, August 28, 2004
Thinking of Christmas Ahead of Time
In one of her more recent blogs, EditorMum excuses herself for writing about Christmas as early as August. She doesn't have to excuse herself for me. We Filipinos begin to think of Christmas when the months begin to end in "-ber." In fact, next week, I am expecting some of our radio stations to... Sign in to see full entry.
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Friday, August 20, 2004
Hot Springs? If you are in the Philippines, the best place to be for wading in a hot spring is Pansol, Laguna. It is just a few hours from the place I live in. Pansol is in Calamba, Laguna, the birthplace of national hero Dr. Jose Rizal. One finds several references to it in the web. Here are some... Sign in to see full entry.
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Thursday, July 1, 2004
Pangasinan On The Web
Pangasinan is not all cows, sawali and mobile stores, as these websites would show: The Province of Pangasinan - a website dedicated to information about the Province. Pangasinan's Official Website - the official website of the Province. A map of Pangasinan - a page on AsiaTravel.Com The Sunday... Sign in to see full entry.
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Sunday, June 27, 2004
The Mobile Store From Pangasinan
I thought it had gone out of style; but there it was, right in the middle of our street! It brought with it various cottage products from Northern Luzon. Sign in to see full entry.
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Tuesday, June 22, 2004
San Pablo City on the Web
Here are a few links on the web about San Pablo City, Laguna that you can visit: Sampalok Lake - a website dedicated to one of the seven lakes that surround San Pablo. There are a lot of pictures here. Nie Wright's Laguna Page - An American who has lived in San Pablo and shares those precious... Sign in to see full entry.
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