Guimaras is a small Island Province in Western Visayas. It’s so small you can stroll around the island for a whole day with beach bumming on the side. That is the usual and also a practical thing tourists do when visiting the Island. You may opt as well to stay for a night as the island offers array of resorts to choose from. This entry covers the first day of my 3D2N Iloilo – Guimaras trip with my Nanay.
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Pampanga, being the culinary capital of the Philippines is famous for its Sisig, Giant Lanterns and Hot Air Balloons. Its capital City, San Fernando is globally-known for the re-enactment of the crucifixion of Christ, locally termed as Maleldo. Kapampangans are said to be “pinagpala” as they literally use their shovels to get rid of the thick lahar from the erupted Mt Pinatubo to survive. Amidst that tragic calamity, Kapampangans strived and learned how to turn the remnants of the eruption into something that can be a source of livelihood and attained its now bountiful and healthy community.
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It was actually unusual for me to make this review since I’m not fond of wearing watch on a daily basis; well, not until I discover Jord Wood Watches. When Jord contacted me to try one of their wooden watches, I immediately got curious how in the earth they were made from wood? Browsing through their website https://www.woodwatches.com made me curious even more, as some of the designs didn’t actually look like wood, it’s as if it was made from the usual metal. I swiftly return (with excitement) in my mailbox and had no hesitations on saying yes. I picked one of their 94A series watches to try. It is made from green sandalwood and maple. Delivery was surprisingly fast given it will come all the way from the US and took only about 2 weeks to arrive at my address in the Philippines.
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