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Malacanang Declared the 2016 Holidays – List of Regular and Special Holidays in the Philippines

Malacanang Declared 2016 Holidays Philippines

The 2016 Holidays have been declared by Malacanang Office of the President. We now have a LIST of Regular and Special Holidays (working and non-working) to guide us by for next year’s trip and vacation planning.  How many long weekends will there be for 2016? Check below for the information and list of 2016 long weekends.

Malacanang declared the 2016 holidays by virtue of Proclamation No 1105, series of 2015. There will be a separate  proclamation for the official holiday date for 2016 Eid’l Fitr and Eidul Adha . Once that info is release, this post will be updated. You can bookmark this post for your easy and fast reference.

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Angeles City Heritage Walking Tour – Sites and Itinerary Recommendations

Holy Rosary Church Angeles City

Look to the past to know a city better. This is very true, aye? =) I was very fortunate and thankful to be part of the Angeles City Tourism’s Total Tourist Experience last July. This tour trashed and debunked my preconceived notions about the city. It made me realized it was poor judgement on my part […]

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Island Hopping to Virgin Island of Bantayan Cebu

Virgin Island Hopping from Bantayan

It’s the second day of our Bantayan vacation. We rose early with the sun, excited to go island hopping to Virgin Island. Our baon was freshly-catch seafood, a combo of blue crabs, local lobster, fish, octopus, that we are to cook once we get to the island. We also had mangoes, soft drinks, and puso […]

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Updated Bantayan Island Travel Guide and Accommodation Options

Fiery Sunset in Bantayan Island

Some visitors prefer to skip the city and head straightaway to Sta Fe, Bantayan Island after arrival in the Mactan airport. Can this be done? Yes. But if I may suggest, I’d recommend that you spend the night in Cebu City and then make your way to the Cebu North Bus terminal around 4:45 AM. […]

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The Humble Silhig Lanot from Cebu Made it on TV – Make this your next pasalubong!

The Voice Kids Silhig Lanot from Cebu

It’s a common sight at the Cebu – Mactan airport to see passengers carrying boxes of Shamrock Otap, CNT, Ayer’s, Zubuchon Lechon, dried mangoes and danggit. And why not? These are the popular pasalubong from Cebu.  I do too, but aside from these usual items, I also bring with me silhig lanot. I really do, […]

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The Angeles City Total Tourists Experience – Visit and Discover!

Angeles City Sisig Pork Dish

How many ways can you enjoy a city? There are a lot of ways! For many, discovering a city starts by exploring its heritage sites and tourist spots, to filling your stomach with a culinary experience you won’t soon forget. Others jumps on the adventure trail for a surefire heart-pumping grand time. Others still, take […]

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Laptop’s Busted – Work Tool Emergency

ACER ASPIRE E11 Netbook

Groot, my Lenovo Z400 Laptop, will be out of commission for 1 to 2 months. This is the estimate of Gigahertz’ technician at Lenovo’s accredited service center in Calamba, Laguna. That’s also the time estimate for the needed parts to arrive so they can fix mine  :/ Upon hearing my explanation of what happened, he […]

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Short and Sweet Cebu Visit Plus Cebuano Favorite Eats

Cheap Seafood in Bantayan Island

Spending 12 days in Cebu may be a tad too long for regular tourists to this island province. But am not a tourist, am a Cebuana, and may I add a proud, beautiful one. Hahaha hirit pa dyud. =) This was our first visit this year, my husband and I. 12 days is short but […]

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Freedom to Surf in Baler | Yes!  Non-Swimmers can surf too!

Baler Surfing First Timer

You may not know how to swim, but you can surf. I’ve found this out first hand when the road led us to Baler, Aurora Province this summer. Not only I, also my sister. Kenneth and I grew up in Mactan, our house was a mere 500 meters from the nearest shoreline, but we never […]

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