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Sunday, April 19, 2009

searching online

Are you one of those who looking for a date online? You can find the best dating site that you been searching for as like in the miami singles. And also you can get the best dating platform and the easiest to use tools that help women and men looking for their soul mates online!

Internet Cafes

Internet Cafes are scattered within the entire Philippine Archipelago due to good telephone system within the three areas, Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao. At the most, internet cafes in the Philippines have dial up, and dsl connection. And because of a lot of business competitions, the rate of using computers at the cafes are more cheaper today than before. I used to get online at internet cafes before and the price rate per hour was at 30 - 40 pesos. But this days, you can find cafes that offers very affordable rate from 15 - 10 pesos every hour of use. But because i have already my own PC at home so i just come at cafe when there is problem with my computer, like today.

It's still summer time

Summer in the Philippines in not only the hottest part of the year, but it is also the time where a lot of adventures happen. Most people travel to different places during summer season because it’s the only time you can get a summer break. Usually many of us also will are always on the beach for swimming with all the kids. Summer started last March and will end in the first week of June. There is so much fun that is happening and will happen under the heat of the sun.

For Bloggers

How to boost your blog traffic? This is usually the question asked by many bloggers, especially to those who are just new to the blogging world. I have found, that is surely interesting for many bloggers. This can help improve traffic to our blogsite and also we can gain more visitors. I have just created my new blog aggregator from You can check out the blog aggregator that I made for my blogsite “only in the Philippines”. It is very easy to make a blog aggregators or a blog portal, you just have to visit and from their you make your account and then add your site’s url.

Philippine Caves

There are thousands of caves in the Philippines, most of them are open to the public for spelunking. Here are some of the popular caves in the country that became the main attraction of the tourist. The Callao Cave is a cave with seven chambers located on the Province of Cagayan, in the Philippines. It is one of the best known tourist attractions of the province. It is located in Barangays Parabba and Quibal, Peñablanca, near Tuguegarao, the capital city of the Province of Cagayan. It has a natural cathedral located at the first chamber, which was turned into a chapel by the local people. The conditions inside the cave cause stalactites and stalagmites, particularly in the deeper chambers. Every chamber has natural crevices, which let light get into the cave, serving as illumination for the otherwise dark areas of the place. Another is the Hinagdanan Cave is a cave on Panglao Island, in Bohol Province, in the Philippines. It is a naturally lighted cavern with a deep lagoon and many large stalactites and stalagmites.
The cave is lit by sunlight which filters through holes in the ceiling. The underground lake is a popular swimming spot, but it has been known to test for high levels of various pollutants, since it is fed by ground runoff. And we can find the The Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park is located about 50 kilometers north of the city of Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines. The distinguishing feature of the river is that it winds through a cave before flowing directly into the South China Sea. It includes major formations of stalactites and stalagmites, and several large chambers. The lower portion of the river is subject to tidal influences. Until the 2007 discovery of an underground river in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River was reputed to be the world's longest underground river. Another one is the The Tabon Caves are a set of caves north of Quezon municipality, in the south western part of the province of Palawan on Palawan Island, in the Philippines. The caves are named after the Tabon Scrubfowl. The complex has 29 explored caves, but 200 caves are known to exist on Lipuun Point. They are maintained by the National Museum, and Diwata Cave and Liyang Cave are open to the public. The Tabon Man was discovered in the caves, one of the oldest remnants of human inhabitants found in the Philippines.

Monday, April 13, 2009

Choose Furniture in Style

Furniture in fashion has been a part of the human experience since the development of non-nomadic cultures. There are different types of furniture that we can choose for our home.Furniture in fashion includes objects such as tables, chairs, beds, desks, dressers, cupboards, etc. usually kept in a house or other building to make it suitable or comfortable for living or working in. Are you looking for a convenient shopping of furniture? I found an online site that you can check out very nice western furniture that you will surely like. They have product of artistic design and can also be considered a form of decorative art inside your house.

Saturday, April 4, 2009

Palm Sunday

Today is Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion. Today, we enter into a solemn period of meditation on the Paschal Mystery of Jesus Christ. Palm Sunday, commemorates the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem.

In many Christian churches, Palm Sunday is marked by the distribution of palm leaves (often tied into crosses) to the assembled worshipers. The difficulty of procuring palms for that day's ceremonies in unfavorable climates for palms led to the substitution of boughs of box, yew, willow or other native trees. The Sunday was often designated by the names of these trees, as Yew Sunday or by the general term Branch Sunday.

According to the Gospels, before entering Jerusalem, Jesus was staying at Bethany and Bethphage, and the Gospel of John adds that he had dinner with Lazarus, and his sisters Mary and Martha. While there, Jesus is described by the Synoptic Gospels as sending two unnamed disciples to the village over against them, in order to retrieve a donkey that had been tied up but never been ridden, and to say, if questioned, that the donkey was needed by the Lord but would be returned in a short period of time. Jesus then rode the donkey into Jerusalem, with the Synoptics adding that the disciples had first put their cloaks on it, so as to make it more comfortable. The Gospels go on to describe how Jesus rode into Jerusalem, and how the people there lay down their cloaks in front of him, and also lay down small branches of trees.