Philippines and Moldova: 27 Years of Diplomatic Relations

  Today, March 30, we celebrate 27 years of the establishment of formal diplomatic relations  between the Philippines and Moldova. The Philippines established diplomatic relation with Moldova in 1992. There are around six Filipinos in Moldova as of May 2018. Moldova, officially the Republic of Moldova is a landlocked country in Eastern Europe bordered by Romania to the… Read More »

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Talisayen Cove

  Visit Talisayen Cove in San Antonio, Zambales. Most of the people who have been there will tell you that the place is clean, peaceful and the people are kind. A Php2,000 budget for an overnight stay is enough.A commute to Pundaquit (Pundakit) will take you 4 hours and a boat to talisayen will take you 1 hour.… Read More »

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Maniwaya Island: Hidden Gem in Marinduque

  Maniwaya Island has a creamy white sand. While in there, you can do island hopping or breakfast in sandbar and many more activities. Activities may include: Visiting the Palad Sand Bar and Ungab Cave Snorkeling Various water activities such as kayaking, jet skiing and paddle boarding Sunset watching A budget of Php3,000 for an overnight stay will… Read More »

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Free Vaccine for Japanese Encephalitis in the Philippines

  Avoid Japanese Encephalitis (JE). Take your baby to a health center to be vaccinated. Free vaccine against JE or Japanese Encephalitis for children 9 to 59 month old in region I, II, III and CAR. Look for health workers in your area. What is JE? JE is inflammation of the brain caused by the JE virus that… Read More »

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Who is Aman Sinaya?

  Aman Sinaya is a rival of Bathala. She is the goddess of the sea. There fighting resulted in the creation of the Philippine archipelago. She sent powerful waves to the god of heaven, which in turn was repaid by the massive slab of the earth. From here formed the islands and mountains, surrounded by oceans.(Philippine Mythology) Siya… Read More »

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