Category Archives: Travel

LTFRB’s Crackdown Of A Ride Sharing Apps Arcade City

The LTFRB, (Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board), warned of a crack down if Arcade City, a ride sharing apps starts its operation without the proper  accreditation.   This ride sharing apps intends to pair passengers via a website and mobile apps with drivers who provide the ride sharing service.   This kind of service will benefit the… Read More »

Fake MMDA Traffic Enforcer

A Fake MMDA Traffic Enforcer whose identity is still unknown was reportedly apprehending motorists in Caloocan City for the purpose of extorting money.   In this regard, the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) warned the public against these unscrupulous persons posing as legitimate MMDA traffic enforcers.   The Motorists were apprehended by a bogus traffic enforcer who issued… Read More »

7 Things You Should Know About Diyandi Festival

  The Philippines celebrate a lot of festivals, typically for religious reasons it being a Roman Catholic country.   Most of these festivals are celebrated locally.   These Festivals maybe categorized as Cultural Festivals Indigenous Influence/Non-Religious Festival Film Festival Flower Festival Religious Festival   One of these religious festival is called Diyandi Festival.   Here below are 7… Read More »

Bagyong Ineng Left 7 Dead In Benguet Province

Bagyong Ineng has not yet left the Philippine area of responsibility but 7 persons were already counted as dead in the Cordillera Administrative Region.   Most of the victims were buried by the landslide.   2 more victims of the landslide were reported dead but the local government unit concerned is verifying the truthfulness of the report.  … Read More »

3 Injured After Ship Caught On Fire In Ormoc City

A ship docked in Ormoc City port caught fire. More than 600 passengers scrambled to get away from the fire. In the middle of the commotion, one passenger was caught on video jumping into the sea. According to the Philippine Coast Guard, the fire broke out a few minutes after the ship docked into the port at dawn.… Read More »