Fast Changes

I am always busy but it seems that I get busier as days go by. I was expecting some changes in my job but not this soon. Unfortunately, things went faster than I had expected. My days are that they are making me breathless. Now, am afraid that I might not be able to post as much as I can here in my blog. We'll see what'll happen next...


Litratong Pinoy#90 Plastik (Plastic)

Plastic has so many uses and it is a big help in a lot of things in our lives. However, it is not biodegradable and it contributes hugely in the destruction of our environment.

Pilipino: Maraming gamit ang plastik at naging malaking tulong ito sa maraming bagay sa ating buhay. Kaya lang, hindi basta-bastang natutunaw ang plastic at malaki rin ang kontribusyon nito sa pagkasira ng ating kalikasan.

Not only that, a lot of our animals especially the ones from our seas die from indiscriminate throwing of plastic in the seas.

Pilipino: Hindi lang yan, marami na ring mga hayup lalo na sa ating mga karagatan ang namamatay dahil sa hindi maayos na pagtatapon ng plastic.


I saw these plastic bottles in one of the faraway islands of Caramoan, Camarines Sur. It was a big surprise to see them there. The island was uninhabited. Our boatman said, they may have been left by the foreign reality show crew and participants who were doing their location shooting a few hours before we arrived. I just wished that they took their garbage with them. No one would clean up in that island at it was unihabited.

Pilipino: Ang mga plastik na botelya na ito ay nakita ko sa isang malayong isla ng Caramoan, Camarines Sur. Laking gulat ko nang makita ko ang mga ito. Wala kasing nakatira doon. Sabi ng aming bangkero, malamang naiwan ang mga ito ng mga dayuhang trabahante at partisipante ng isang realistikong palabas bago kami dumating. Sa akin lang, sana dinala nalang nila ang basura nila. Wala namang maglilinis doon sa islang iyon at walang nakatira.


Back To Running

I am back to running and I am struggling with it. It used to be just so easy but my irregular habit of doing it is making it difficult for me. I cannot not run. I will need the stamina that the mountain climbing activities these coming few days will ask from me. Running and boxing can only give me that stamina.

I wish running is just so easy. I have this love-hate relationship with running. I love it because it's faster to go from A to B. I love it because it really helps slim me down. I love it because I know it will keep me healthy. But, I hate it because it might appear easy but it's really not. Well, it's easy at the first few meters but after that, the will power starts to sway from wanting to continue running to just stop torturing this starting-to-get-old body of mine and walk out of the running track.

Sure, I get inspiration in having those nice running shoes (I love my Adidas nowadays) but gee, that inspiration only last until my feet starts hurting. Then, in a few minutes time, I would start thinking of throwing out those nice running shoes against the wall. And, just imagine that I could walk out the door walking barefoot. What a bliss, I thought.

I admire those people I see who just breeze through running everyday. They look graceful and almost like they're not running. I wonder if they are struggling just as the same. Perhaps, if I could just do it consistently. The grace would come and the struggle won't be as much.


Ruby Tuesday#43 Kids On Stilts At People's Park

Another sculpture made by Kublai Millan inside People's Park. This one shows kids walking on stilts.


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More on 2010 Davao Summer Classes

Summer Ballet
Start: April 6-May 20, 2010 (Tuesday, Thurday, Saturday)
Rate: P4,000 (20 lessons)
Culminating activity: May 22, 2010-Saturday
Tuesday and Thursday:
11:45-12:15pm Grade 2&3 (old and new students ages 8-11 yrs. old)
12:15-1:15pm Grade 4 up (old and new students ages 12 yrs old and up)
1:15-2:00pm Pre-Primary (Grade 1 (old and new students ages 3-7  years old)

10:30-12:00pm Grade 2&3 (old and new students ages 8-11 yrs. old)
12:00-1:30pm Grade 4 up (old and new students ages 12 yrs old and up)
3:30-4:30pm Pre-Primary (Grade 1 (old and new students ages 3-7  years old)

Basic Swimming Course:
Rate: P2,500/pax (10 lessons + 2 free pool passes-expiry date: 30 days)
Schedule of classes:
KIDS - 3:00-4:00pm (Mondays-Fridays)
            4:30-5:30pm (Mondays-Fridays)

ADULTS: 6:00-7:00am (Mondays-Fridays)
                 7:30-8:30am (Mondays-Fridays)
                 6:00-7:00pm (Mondays-Fridays)
                 7:30-8:30pm (Mondays-Fridays)

1st batch: March 18 to March 31
2nd batch: April 5 to April 17
3rd batch: April 19 to May 1
4th batch: May 3 to May 15
5th batch: May 17 to May 29
(last day for every batch will be graduation day)

Every batch should have at least minimum of 5 students for it to be held as scheduled

Advance Swimming Courses:
Rate: P2,500/pax
5 sessions of 2 hours each (total of 10 hours)

Schedule of classes:
KIDS- 3:00-5:00pm (Saturdays and Sundays)
ADULTS - 5:30-7:30pm (Saturdays and Sundays)

Contact or visit:
Holiday Gym and Spa
Torres St., Davao City
Contact number: 2223041



Sunday Stealing#38 The Eight Tens Meme

Today we ripped this meme off a blogger named Lily at the blog F*ck Art Let's Dance.
She does not say where she found the meme. But, it was probably stolen there as well. So, of course, that will be as far as we go. Tracing back our theft's thieves might take some time. Link back to us at Sunday Stealing!

Sunday Stealing: The Eight Tens Meme


1. Are you single? Yes

2. Are you happy? Yes

3. Are you bored? I try no to.

4. Are you naked? In a little while.

5. Are you a blonde? Nope.

6. Are you moody? Sometimes.

7. Are you a lover/hater? Both.

8. Are you hot/cold? In between.

9. Are you Irish? No.

10. Are you Asian? Yes.


1. Name: Marites

2. Nicknames:same as above.

3. Birth mark: somewhere hidden.

4. Hair color: Black.

5. Natural hair color: Black.

6. Eye color: Black.

7. Height: 5'2"

8. Facebook Mood: Didn't put any.

9. Favorite color: It varies. Nowadays, it's green.

10. One Place to Visit: Pinatubo and am keeping my fingers crossed.


1. Do you believe in love at first sight? Yes.

2. Do you believe in soul mates? Yes.

4. Have you ever been hurt emotionally? Oh yes.

5. Have you ever broken someone’s heart? I think so.

6. Have you ever been cheated on? Yes.

7. Have you ever liked someone and not told them? Yes.

8. Are you afraid of commitment? Depends on to what and to whom am committing to.

9. Who was the last person you hugged? Not a person but our cat, Kara.

10. Who was the last person you kissed? Brad Pitt, in my dreams.


1. Love or lust? Both? :D

3. Cats or dogs? Both.

4. A few best friends or many regular friends? A few best friends.

5. Television or internet? Internet.

6. Chinese Or Indian? Chinese.

7. Wild night out or romantic night in? Both.

8. Money or Happiness? Both.

9. Night or day? Both.

10. MSN or phone? Phone.


1. Been caught sneaking out? Yes.

2. Been skinny dipping? Yes.

3. Stolen? No.

4. Bungee jumped? No.

5. Lied to someone you liked? Yes.

6. Finished an entire jaw breaker? Not sure about it.

8. Wanted an ex bf/gf back? No.

9. Cried because you lost a pet? Yes.

10. Wanted to disappear? Yes.


1. Smile or eyes? Both.

2. Light or dark hair? Dark.

3. Hugs or kisses? Both.

4. Shorter or taller? Taller.

5. Intelligence or attraction? Both.

6. Romantic or spontaneous? Both.

7. Funny or serious? Both.

8. Older or Younger? Any.

9. Outgoing or quiet? Both.

10. Sweet or Bad Ass? Sweet.


1. Ever performed in front of a large crowd? Yes.

2. Ever done drugs? Naw..

3. Ever been pregnant? No.

5. Ever been on a cheer leading team? Yes.

6. Ever Been on a dance team? Yes.

7. Ever been on a sports team? Yes.

8. Ever been in a drama play/production? Yes.

9. Ever owned a BMW, Mercedes Benz, Escalade, Hummer or Bentley? I wish I can have one each but nope.

10. Ever been in a rap video? No.


1. Last phone call you made: PLDT DSL customer helpline.

2. Last person you hung out with: Can't recall.

4. Last time you worked: Last Friday.

5. Last person you tackled: None.

6. Last person you IM’d: A friend.

8. Last person(s) you went to the movies with: Me and myself.

9. Last thing you missed: cellphone.

10. Last thing you ate: pizza and lechon manok (grilled chicken)


PhotoHunt#82 Three

Three round capiz shells hanging by the tree as an airplane passes by in the background. This photo was taken at the Camp Holiday Beach Resort, Samal Island.


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2010 Davao Summer Classes

It's time to hit the beach, and it's also time to find some things to do to prevent from getting brain-fried from the summer heat. For most parents, bleary-kids due to hours of computer games are unsavory scenarios they also don't want to happen.

Personally, I'd rather learn some new skills to get myself unbored and also, to prevent atrophy on my brain muscles as well as my body muscles.

Here are some summer classes I found that might be of help:
Boxing P2,500 (3x a week)
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu P2,500(3x a week)
Bushido Kai Karate P2,500 (3x a week)
Muay Thai P2,500 (3x a week)
Broadway and Ballroom dancing P2,500 (3x a week)
Plus P600.00 registration fee w/ t-shirt and certification

Contact or visit:
Metro Lifestyle Fitness Centre
Torres St.-Jacinto Extn., Davao City
tel. no. 2286182

Start date: April 6, 2010
Every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday (4pm-5:30pm)
New Students: P3,500 Summer package for two mos. inclusive of Lifetime Membership on Philippine Taekwondo Association
Old Students: P2,500 two mos. package

Basketball Summer Clinic
Coach: Arvin Bonleon
Start date: March 22, 2010 - 1st Batch
For ages 7-13 years old
Every Monday, Wednesday, Friday (2pm-4pm)
Inclusive of one basketball and 1 t-shirt
Rate: P1,800

Hiphop Summer Clinic
Instructor: Bryan Grandeza of Groove Unlimited
Start date: April 5, 2010 to May 7, 2010
Culmination (Recital): May 8, 2010
Every Mondays and Wednesdays:
10:45am-12noon (8 to 12 years old), 12:30noon-1:45pm (13 years old and above)
Rate: P1,500 (10 sessions)

Badminton Summer Clinic
Ages 5-17 years old
Every Monday, Wednesday, Friday - 10am-12noon
Every Tuesday, Thursday - 2pm-4pm
Rate: P1,500
1st batch - April 5-16, 2010
2nd batch - April 9-30, 2010
3rd batch - May 3-14, 2010
4th batch - May 17-28, 2010

Contact or visit:
Holiday Gym and Spa
Torres St., Davao City
Contact number: 2223041

Note: More summer classes on my incoming posts..


Litratong Pinoy#89 Hibla (Strings)

The electric wires looked like hanging strings on the background of this picture. I just wish they were not there.

The picture was taken during the 73rd Davao's Foundation Day last March 16, 2010.

Gahibla lang kung tingnan ang mga kuryenteng nakabitay na nakikita sa likod ng litrato. Sana, wala sila.

Kinuha ang litrato noong ika-73 Araw ng Dabaw nitong ika-16 ng Marso, 2010.



Irish Blessing on St. Patrick's Day

In relation to St. Patrick's Day, I share this Irish blessing to everybody who visits my blog...

May the road rise up to meet you.  May the wind be always at your back. May the sun shine warm upon your face. May the rain fall soft upon your fields. And until we meet again, may God hold you int he palm of His hand.


Ruby Tuesday#42 73rd Araw ng Dabaw Celebration

Pictures were taken last Saturday during the cheerdance contest held at People's Park. The contest was in line with the week-long celebration of our city's 73rd Foundation day.


More pictures of the celebration here

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Music Monday#46 I Can't Tell You Why by The Eagles

I consider this song a classic and the band, The Eagles, as iconic. I have always liked this song and it has been a favorite cover among bands.

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Sunday Stealing#37 Judd's Merged Meme

Sunday Stealing: Judd's Merged Meme

1. What were you doing 10 years ago?
Ten years ago, I was contemplating on putting up a business preferably an internet cafe. Considering at that time, I spent long hours being online I thought I should put up an internet cafe with my friends who had similar thing about the internet.

2. Five snacks that you enjoy in a perfect, non weight-gaining world
Really...it's difficult to find snacks that won't make me gain some weight. The secret is having them in moderation. I love fruits preferably lanzones, avocado and watermelon. I also like wheat bread with a bit of cheese pimiento, pasta, breads and banana cue.

3. Five things you would do if you were a billionaire:
Travel the world, give to charity, do volunteer work, put up a business and buy an island.

4. Three of your habits:
Doing regular work-out,  updating my blogs and reading books.

5. Five jobs that you've have had:
Saleslady, account holder, cashier and group head.

6. Five places that you've lived:
Place where we lived above a plastic factory, place where we lived inside a restaurant, place where we lived in a boarding house and place where there were several different checkpoints in one stretch of the road (one by the military, one by the rebels and one by the gangs).

7. Five things that you did yesterday:
Loked for Pacquiao-Clottey free live streaming, cleaned my bedroom,  updated my blogs, watched Mel Gibson's The Edge of Darkness and read the book, Robert Ludlum's The Paris Option.

8. Five people you would want to get to know more about:
Mother Teresa, Madonna, Michael Jackson, Angelina Jolie and Anthony Bourdain.

9. Abortion: for or against it? Am against it except if there was rape.

10. Do you think the world would fail with a female president? Nope, we've had two female presidents: (one finished her term and one who is still doing hers). They are: Corazon C. Aquino who led us to democracy and paved the way for the creation of a new constitution, gained the confidence of new investors and Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo (I may not like her but she was instrumental in putting in place economic programs that helped the country afloat even if our major trade partners (USA and Japan) suffered economic recessions.

11. Do you believe in the death penalty? Yes, as long as it's meted out justly.

12. Do you wish marijuana would be legalized already? No.

13. Are you for or against premarital sex? Against it.

14. Do you think same sex marriage should be legalized? I think so. People will get married anyway even if it's legal or not.

15. Do you think it's wrong that so many Hispanics are illegally moving to the USA?
That's how it is because we cannot stop people from looking for better opportunities for themselves and their families.

16. Should the alcohol age be lowered to eighteen? No.

17. Should the war in Iraq be called off? Yes.

18. Assisted suicide is illegal: do you agree?  It would depend on the situation.

19. Do you believe in spanking your children?
I don't have any children but when you think about it, some people may  not spank their children but actually can still verbally and psychologically abuse their kids.

20. Do you worry that others will judge you from reading some of your answers?
Maybe but they can keep their opinion to themselves.


PhotoHunt#81 Spiral

Photo was taken at the Covenant Mountain and Prayer Center (or its more popular name, Prayer Mountain), Tamayong, Calinan, Davao City. The 8-hectare sanctuary is located at the slopes of the mighty Mt. Apo and is owned by the religious group, Kingdom of Jesus Christ, The Name Above Every Name. Photobucket

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Pacquiao vs Clottey Free Live Streaming

I went to the mall last night and saw this promo for free ticket on the Pacquiao vs Clottey boxing match for this weekend. Now, I have been looking for Pacquiao-Clottey free live streaming for days now and so far, I have seen these:
Curious with the promo I mentioned earlier though, I investigated more and found out that for a P350 worth of Head and Shoulders shampoo products, the free ticket for the Pacquiao-Clottey fight will be  given for free.


Litratong Pinoy#88 Likas (Natural)

It is natural for us Pinoys to be hardworking and industrious from  young to old. But, I can't help but feel something twist in my heart each time I see an elder especially frail person that is still working.

Likas sa ating mga Pinoy ang masipag at masikap mula pagkabata hangggang pagtanda. Kaya lang, hindi ko maiwasang makaramdam ng kirot sa puso tuwing may nakikita akong matanda lalo na kapag mahina na at nagtatrabaho pa rin.


I saw this old lady squatting by the side of the street in Camiguin while selling a few fish. She had no bench to sit on and she was bare footed. She wrapped her wares with banana leaves which might have been taken from the streetside. I wondered, where must be her relatives to let her still work at her age this way.

Nakita ko itong matandang babaeng na nakaupo sa tabi ng kalsada sa Camiguin habang nagtitinda ng kokonting isda. Wala siya bangkong inuupuan at nakapaa pa. Ang pambalot niya ng paninda ay dahon ng saging na kinuha pa yata sa tabi ng daan. Natanong ko tuloy sa sarili, nasaan kaya ang mga kamag-anak ng lola at pinapabayaan siyang naghahanapbuhay pa rin ng ganito.


Road To Dallas: Pacquiao vs Clottey

Just done watching HBO Sports' Road to Dallas: Pacquiao vs Clottey. It is really interesting to know that Clottey has similar background with Pacquiao. Both came from impoverished families, both started young in boxing and both used boxing as their way out of poverty.

Here's the link to see the HBO special:

Road to Dallas: Pacquiao vs Clottey - Part 1

Road to Dallas: Pacquiao vs Clottey - Part 2

Road to Dallas: Pacquiao vs Clottey - Part 3

I should start looking for the Pacquiao-Clottey free live streaming now as the much-awaited fight will happen this weekend.


Ruby Tuesday#41 Gate Of Heavenly Peace, Forbidden City

This is the Gate of Heavenly Peace of the Forbidden City in Beijing China. The gate faces the Tiananmen Square, the largest city square in the world.

The Gate of Heavenly Peace was first built during the Ming Dynasty in 1420. It is the Meridian Gate which is the entrance to the Imperial City which wherein the Forbidden City is located. The Gate was originally named The Gate of Accepting Heavenly Mandate. It has been destroyed and rebuilt many times over the years. (source: wikipedia)


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Music Monday#45 Little River Band's It's A Long Way There

Another song from one of my favorite bands, Little River Band. The guitar plays from this song are really wicked and well, the song is really cool.

This song always reminds me of being on the road. The stretch of the road seems to look endless and yet, the travel vibe is good and enjoyable.


Sunday Stealing#36 Another Meme About Me

Today we ripped this meme off a blogger named Calvin at the blog Calvin's Canadian Cave of Coolness. He states that he grabbed it Samurai Frog. But, it was probably stolen there as well. So, of course, that will be as far as we go. Tracing back our theft's thieves might take some time. Link back to us at Sunday Stealing!

Sunday Stealing: Another Meme About Me

1. Are you currently in a serious relationship? Yes.

2. What was your dream growing up? I wanted to be a doctor and/or a dancer.

3. What talent do you wish you had? I wish I knew how to cook like a chef.

4. If I bought you a drink, what would it be? Iced tea.

5. What was the last book you read? Robert Ludlum's The Cassandra Compact

6. What zodiac sign are you? Libra

7. Any tattoos and/or piercings? Explain where. Ear piercing.

8. Worst habit? Procrastinating and nowadays, I spend most of my spare time doing the internet: blogging and surfing.

9. What is your favorite sport? Tennis, boxing, badminton, swimming

10. Do you have a pessimistic or optimistic attitude? Both.

11. Worst thing to ever happen to you? Most recent, working with someone who's not only presumptuous but also arrogant and biased.

12. Tell me one weird fact about you. I'd rather read books than exchange text messages or I'd rather show off carrying a book than carrying a cellphone.

13. Do you think clowns are cute or scary? Depends on how they look as a clown.

14. If you could change one thing about how you look, what would it be? I wish I have better teeth.

15. Would you be my crime partner or my conscience? I can be both.

16. Ever been arrested? No.

17. If you won $10,000 today, what would you do with it? Save some and then, do some  house repairs.

18. What's your favorite place to hang out at? Restaurant but I would like to be in the beach right now.

19. Do you believe in ghosts? Yes.

20. Favorite thing to do in your spare time? Read, blog, surf the internet and watch movies.

21. Do you swear a lot? Nope.

22. Biggest pet peeve? Smoke from cigarettes, liars

23. In one word, how would you describe yourself? Hyperactive.

24. Do you believe/appreciate romance? Yes as long as it won't get too cheesy.

25. Do you believe in God? Yes, of course.


PhotoHunt#80 Foreign

There's always something exciting and interesting when traveling in a foreign land. China is one of the countries that I find really fascinating. Different language, different people with their different culture and just about different everything.

Forbidden City,Beijing,China
This photo is of one of the buildings inside the Forbidden City in Beijing, China. Forbidden City is the world's largest surviving palace complex and it covers about 72 hectares. One day is just not enough to see all of the complex which was home to the Chinese Emperor and his household from Ming Dynasty to the Qing Dynasty. Inside one can see a glimpse of how the Chinese royalty lived and how were they different from the people outside the palace gates.

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Daily Blog Post

Sometimes, I get the blogger's block. Sometimes, I am on a roll. But to remain consistent and to challenge myself in doing my daily posts here in my blog, I decided to get into the National Blog Posting Month. This is just to push myself a little bit more even if I would not be in the mood to post. Well, good luck to me:) Let's see if I can do it.


Litratong Pinoy#87 Kalikasan(Nature)

Enigmata,Camiguin Island, Philippines

The summer is near and so, a lot of people are already looking for their vacation destinations. The island of Camiguin is one of the more well-known places for vacationers.

In Camiguin, nature is still near because if we compare the island to Boracay or Baguio,  the island has fewer developments and the existing buildings are still few.

Malapit na ang bakasyon at siyempre pa, ngayon pa lang marami na ang naghahanap ng lugar na mapagbabakasyunan. Ang isla ng Camiguin ang isa sa mga kilalang lugar na puntahan ng mga bakasyunista.

Sa Camiguin, ang kalikasan ay malapit lang dahil kung ikukumpara sa Boracay o Baguio, ang isla ay may mas kokonting pagsulong at kokonti pa ang mga gusali.

Enigmata,Camiguin Island, Philippines

The Enigmata is a well-known inn in Camiguin Island. It has rooms in the treehouse. The place is surrounded by many trees and unique example of arts like those statues in the photo.

This is why when we slept in this place last year, I had this feeling that I was a relative of Tarzan.

For more details about Enigmata, go here.

Ang Enigmata ay isang kilalang bahay-tuluyan sa isla ng Camiguin. May mga kuwarto itong nasa punong bahay na napaliligiran ng maraming mga puno at mga kakaibang sining gaya ng mga istatwang nasa litrato.

Kaya nang natulog kami rito noong nakaraang taon, nagkaroon ako ng pakiramdam na kamag-anak ko pala si Tarzan at ang kanyang butihing may-bahay na si Jane.

Para sa karagdagang detalye ng Enigmata, pumunta rito.


Get Higher Return On Your Pag-IBIG Membership

If you're saving your money in the bank or with other financial institutions, it's likely that the little interest they earned are eaten up by the withholding taxes. There's a little-known government program that is not only government-guaranteed, tax-free but also earns dividends higher than most financial institutions can offer.

Pag-IBIG Fund II membership is for all active Pag-IBIG regular members. The minimum monthly contribution is P500.00 per month and earns preferential annual dividend that is higher than the regular Pag-IBIG (Pag-IBIG I) contribution. Its maturity term of 5-year or 10-year is shorter than the Pag-IBIG regular contributions maturity term of 20 years.

For 2009, Pag-IBIG Fund declared a 5% dividends for its Pag-IBIG regular members which was applied to the total accummulated value of the member's contributions.

Pag-IBIG II membership contribution is not eligible for multi-purpose loan. But because Pag-IBIG II contributions earn higher interest yield and  are tax free, your money earns better returns. For more details, go to their website at http://www.pagibigfund.gov.ph/


Ruby Tuesday#40 Red Flowers at Ocean Park, Hongkong

Red flowers hanging by the fence inside Ocean Park, Hongkong. 


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Music Monday#44 Little River Band: Cool Change

Little River Band is one of the bands that I really like throughout the years. I find their songs timeless. Here is one of their songs that easily crops up on my head each time some changes in my life occur. The song is entitled Cool Change.

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