Saturday, August 21, 2010

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Thursday, June 24, 2010

precious moments

Every now and then, nature manifests itself as if to remind us that some of the best things in life are still free.  It's just so bad that man often forgets to take time to commune with nature.  He's being too busy being an adult, unmindful of the beautiful things around him.  How many times does Mr. Busy Man affords himself an hour by the sea looking at the sunset? Not many...

I've always loved nature but sadly, I work all the time.. 12 hours a day; 6 days a week. But I never missed looking

at beautiful sunsets.
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Thursday, June 17, 2010

blogging mistakes

What would you do when you click on a site but will have to wait minutes until it finally loads?  The first time I experienced this, I waited patiently.  It took almost five minutes to finish. Really! But I waited because my boss told me to get the contact numbers of that company who owns the website.  But what if you were just surfing, hoping to find something unusual or interesting? Would you wait? No, I don't think so.
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Friday, May 14, 2010

Tagbilaran City Wharf

Philippines is an archipelago composed of 7107 islands. Can you just imagine how many ports there are? In Bohol alone, we have five. I haven't thought of that before.. Well, not until now but the fact that in our province alone, we have five. How much more in bigger islands? The last time I surfed the internet, there are 2,456 ports!

Tagbilaran City Wharf is one of the best here in the Philippines. Maybe not big enough compared to other major ports in Cebu City and Manila, but in terms of accessibility and performance, it is one of the best. And people don't just go there for the boatride! You'll see a lot of people doing early morning exercise while others just sit on the shoulders of the wide parking areas, enjoying the cool salty breeze while looking at beautiful seascape. Sunset watching is an even more beautiful experience as the wharf is facing west. Others go there for line fishing. Doesn't matter much if they catch some fish or not. It's just for fun really.

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Loboc River view

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Sunrise and Banat-i Hill

I took these pictures years ago when digital camera was unheard non-techies like me. I was using one of the Canon Rebel series. Trying to use it for the first time, I chanced on a particularly beautiful, foggy morning and eagerly took these pictures.

Sunset at Tagbilaran Bay

The K of C (Knight of Columbus) promenade is a favorite spot to watch beautiful sunsets. From there, you get to view the seascape without distractions being far enough from the noise of traffic and city sounds. You can see the pier, the causeway, a part of coastal Dauis and its resorts and on clear days, part of Cebu.

Although I haven't been there for months now, it's not because I think the place doesn't thrill me anymore like the way it did when I was young and carefree. It still does. And the sunsets are as beautiful as ever.