ace to Face with "Dagsa "- Traditional tribal band in Boracay ...Im sure you have seen them in Congas , Exit and many other different places .. I asked them 15 questions .. Here are the annswers ..#1 What is the Tribal band "Dagsa" ?We are a group of local people from local tribes in different parts of Philippines, that have united and created a band that plays traditional tribal music ....more
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Despite the political turmoil you see on CNN and other stately affairs this third world country has been through, it nonetheless, humbly upholds its charm. Primarily recognized as a tropical destination, the Philippines is famous for its 7,107 islands showcasing white sand beaches, awesome underwater reefs, flora and fauna. Only second, is it known for its mountainous region charms. Where most of its indigenous locals still thrive in the traditional ways of their ancestors, amongst huge pine trees and natural vegetation....more
It's been raining for 2 weeks and water is just everywhere! But today, Metro Manila is just surrounded with flood water. Dams have opened their gates to release excess water. Everything's fine from where we are, no flood, but I couldn't say the same to a lot of people in the metro today. read more here...more
"Their stirring love will rise up furiously, they'll beg our arms to open. That's our time! We'll disregard their knocking, beat them off -- and they will soon be rabid for a Peace. I'm sure of it." So speaks Lysistrata, the protagonist in the classic Greek play by Aristophanes, which tells the tale of women trying to resolve the Peloponnesian War by withholding sexual pleasure from their warring husbands. Though originally performed in 411 BC the play finds relevance today due to the actions of the women on Mindanao Island in the Philippines.
Today is the 31st of May, the final day of the month…which also means this is the last day of my free Netflix trial! So many movies, so little time (as they say).This past weekend was especially effervescent, each day comely in its own way....more
Today was a May-flower. Late this morning it seemed like thunderstorms, but instead we got the classic puffy white clouds against dark blue skies. Oh yeah…and NO snow! After months of heavy snows, this is still a fabulous fact to note.
Literature of the Holocaust requires a lot of reading (supposed to be around 6 to 8 hours a day) but I’m enjoying it. Tennis & Badminton…wellll if I were more coordinated, they’d probably be fun…unfortunately they just remind me that P.E. actually stands for “Physical Embarrassment.” At least it’s giving me 2 hours daily of exercise....more
While we're still on the plane en route to Incheon, South Korea, my husband asked me the conversion rate of a dollar to peso. He frequently asked the same question because he couldn't wrap around his head onto it yet. Of course, this was his first time to go international and the first time to see a world so different from his own home....more
I was supposed to post these vacation photos a week ago but was sidetracked to some more important decisions that I need to focus on. Well, our vacation is over, and my husband's gone back to the U.S. while I am here remaining in my hometown. I want to stay much longer here than I usually do. I feel life here is more "relaxed" and "spontaneous" despite calamities and mayhem....more