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Places to visit before you die: Puerto Princesa underground river

The Puerto-Princesa underground river or what is officially known as the The Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park (also known as St. Paul’s Subterranean River National Park, or St. Paul Underground River) is said to be the world’s longest navigable underground river. It is located about 50 kilometers or about 31 miles north of the city center of Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines. Known for its unique mountain to sea eco-system, its natural and geological features and the unique bio-diversity inside its complex cave system and surrounding areas, the Puerto-Princesa underground river is regarded as a true wonder of nature. Love what [ ... ]

Secrets of the master photography workshop@Lake Sebu-Part 3

Today we started our day by going to the market place to see some old T’boli women who regularly wear the traditional attire while going about their day to day activities in the marketplace. Sir George instructed us to practice photography etiquette by asking permission from them first before taking a photograph.There were around three old T’boli women wearing their traditional T’Boli attire who were there. One of them agreed to be photographed (After much convincing by our local guide). Love what you just read ? Don't forget:  If you like us, we will love you ! 

The tale of the whale sharks in Oslob Cebu – Part 1

Whale shark watching in Oslob has really become very popular and a big hit among tourist both local and foreign. As is anything that is popular it has drawn a lot of flak among those who are against it. This issue is really controversial as it involves environmental, economic and ecological issues. The controversy has also solicited a lot of conflicting opinions from different sectors of societies and from different disciplines and professions ranging from developmental anthropologist, marine biologist, environmentalists, those working in development, politicians and even ordinary citizens. Love what you just read ? Don't forget:  If you like us, we [ ... ]

Secrets of the master photography workshop@Lake Sebu-Part 2

This is a continuation of my blogpost “Secrets of the master photography workshop@Lake Sebu-Part 1” – Today, I decided to start the day early in order to catch the sunrise. We were given an assignment to take pictures for the day and present our 5 best shots for critiquing in the evening. Unfortunately the place we were staying, the Mountain Eco resort does not have the best sunrise, so I took pictures of the blooming lotus and the beautiful landscape since the resort is located at one side of the beautiful lake Sebu. Love what you just read ? Don't forget:  If [ ... ]

An analysis of Mamanwa politics, governance & leadership-Part 2

Last time in “An analysis of Mamanwa politics, governance & leadership part 1“. I gave you an introduction into who are the Mamanwas. We have been assigned to do ethnography in a Mamanwa community in southern Leyte and I was tasked to produce an ethnography of their politics, governance and leadership. I discussed my findings and the analysis of what I have observed there. Hopefully this will give you all a deeper appreciation and respect for the culture of the oldest inhabitants of the Philippine islands. I also wish that this will help contribute to the limited amount of information available [ ... ]
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