Monthly Archive:: August 2010

“Why Travel?” – Anniversary Contest Part 2

Finally, the second part of the month-long anniversary contest is here! Pardon the delay as we have to clear all things first with the sponsors. If the first contest involved sharing a message in Facebook, the

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Manila Hostage Crisis Ends, Philippine Tourism Suffers

It was a day of grief as the Philippine hostage crisis involving ex-policeman and hostage taker Rolando Mendoza ended in a tragedy with at least 8 hostages dead last night in Quirino Grandstand, Manila. It all started

Cebu City Adventure Itinerary – Backpacking Series

Half a day after the Cebu City’s historical and cultural landmarks, it’s now time for some adventure. From Colon street, we got off the jeepney ride in front of Crown Regency Hotel. More than just a hotel,

Esvimin Faelnar Wins 2nd Anniversary Contest – Part 1

Congratulations to Ms. Faelnar for winning part 1 of 2nd Anniversary Contest! She choose the Hot Air Balloon 2010 in Clark article. I was amazed with the way she heartily narrated her reason for choosing the

Cebu City Walking Tour Itinerary – Backpacking Series

The first destination in our recent Cebu Pacific Backpacking Challenge was Cebu. Good thing we’ve been to Cebu quite a number of times already. Upon landing at the airport, it quite felt like being the Amazicasang Race

August 23 is Not A Holiday, Declares Pres. Noynoy

August 23 is a regular working day as per Philippine Holidays. President Benigno ‘PNoy‘ Aqunio III reversed today the earlier August 23 non-working holiday proclamation of the previous administration.

2 Anniversary Giveaways as Let’s Go Sago Turns 2!

Two years ago at this hour – 8pm of August 8, 2008 – Sago of was born. The first post was actually a scheduled one as it was also the first day of my solo backpacking