If you need to search or share experiences regarding your vacations here in the island of Mindanao, Philippines, go to Mindanao Isles.
If you haven’t been in the islands, you can browse the site for information on where and when to go. If you already have, you can share your experience by suggesting places to go and giving feedback.
Mindanao is a very large island in the Philippines. It is littered with small islands fit for beach vacations.
I got a forwarded e-mail and I’d like to share it. It’s about an article sent by Dr. Arsenio Martin of Fort Arthur, Texas.
The difference between the poor countries and the rich ones is not the age of the country: This can be shown by countries like India & Egypt , that are more than 2000 years old, but are poor.
On the other hand, Canada , Australia & New Zealand , that 150 years ago were inexpressive, today are developed countries, and are rich.
The difference between poor & rich countries does not reside in the available natural resources. Read the rest of this entry
I like this little app from Eugene Villar. It’s simple but makes you feel good about yourself.
My Lakbayan grade is C+!
How much of the Philippines have you visited? Find out at Lakbayan!
Davao Conchin Textile Trading is a textile store in Davao City that specializes in office and school uniforms and their accessories.
For your textile, buttons, zipper, thread and other tailoring accessory needs in Davao City or anywhere in the Philippines, Davao Conchin Textile Trading is the store that can help you the most.
Its salespersons are very knowledgeable in textile, buttons, zippers, threads and other tailoring accessories. Moreover, its salespersons know which textile is for which school, division or regional uniform (for public school teachers and government employees).
Davao Conchin Textile Trading also offers free office or school uniform designs.
For wholesale orders, Davao Conchin Textile Trading can also provide you with any textile need you may think of, including plain t-shirts, special cloths, etc. Just visit their site to contact them.
I received an e-mail about change in leadership selection today (2010 elections is fast approaching). Basically, it’s an alternative way of choosing our leaders. This initiative is inspired by Lead India.
Here’s a quote from Scholastic Javier Alpasa, SJ, the one who started this initiative: Read the rest of this entry