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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

It's Our 4th Anniversary

It's Our 4th Anniversary this coming Friday (April 30, 2010). As always, allow me to share this Audio Visual Presentation (AVP) I made just for this occasion. I'm always happy, in-love and blessed because of my wife. She never failed to make me feel loved.
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Monday, April 12, 2010

Camayan Beach Resort

According to their web site, Camayan Beach Resort, formerly known as Miracle Beach during the days of the US Navy’s presence in Subic Bay. The management team of Ocean Adventure assumed responsibility for Miracle Beach, the best beach in Subic, in December, 2002. In July, 2005, the first hotel building was completed and Camayan Beach Resort was in business.

As far as the beach is concern, I was disappointed. Though Anawangin Cove and Nagsasa Cove are not yet fully developed as of this date (I know development of the coves is inevitable, I hope the coves' beauty won't be destroyed) they are far better than Camayan Beach Resort.

At Camayan Beach Resort, you only have a few meters (I think it's about 5 to 8 meters) of sand from shore line. Sea waters are not impressive at all aside from the fact that it's too itchy when you take a dip into the water. At P300 per person, it 's not worth your money after all.

Aside from swimming, there are other activities Camayan Beach Resort has to offer; You can Play!: Beach Volleyball, Water Gladiator, Beach Frisbee, Golf & Beach Soccer; You can Explore!: Kayak in the Mangroves, Snorkeling on the Reef & Biking in the Forest; You can Relax!: Beach Cabanas, Massage & Shopping. I haven't try to explore the Forest & under the Sea through the activities they offer but maybe it is worth a try and I hope it wont be a disappointment too just like their beach.

How to Get There:

Take the NLEX north to the Clark exit onto SCTEX to Subic Bay Freeport and enjoy this new state of the art, scenic highway. Secret merges into the Tipo Road as it approaches Subic Bay. Take Tipo Road to it end turn right and then left on Argonaut Highway at the first traffic signal and follow the signs to Camayan Beach Resort and Hotel and Ocean Adventure.

© ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Unauthorized use, edit, copy, reproduction, publication, duplication, download and distribution of any image may result in severe legal and criminal penalties under the law. The above photos were taken by Ricky Pascual and remain the properties of the photographer. Please do not use elsewhere without the owner’s permission.

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Kamay Ni Hesus in Lucban, Quezon

Kamay ni Hesus (Hands of Jesus) Healing Church is one of the top Lenten destinations today here in the Philippines.

The shrine is located on the slopes of Mt. Banahaw, Barangay Tinamnan, Lucban, Quezon. It features a church where healing masses are celebrated by the well known healing priest Fr. Joey Faller. Pilgrims and those who seek physical and spiritual healing travel and visit Kamay ni Hesus.
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Also on the site is a 290++ steps (maybe higher than the Lourdes Grotto in Baguio City) hill with life size figures depicting the 14 Stations of the Cross. When you reach the top, you will find a large statue of Jesus Christ (a 50-foot statue built in 2004)

This is a century old tradition by the Filipinos and part of that is going to holy places and attending mass as well as what we call as the Visita Iglesia or visiting churches.
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How to Get There:

From South Super Hi-way take Calamba Exit, go straight ahead passing on the national road until you reach the Church of Pagsanjan, Laguna. Turn right passing on the national road until you reach town of Lusiana, Laguna. Go straight ahead until you reach town of Lucban, Quezon. Kamay ni Hesus is 1 km. away from the town proper.
You can also try going to the Shrine Via Liliw-Majayjay.

To get there via public transport, just ride on a Lucena bound bus at Kamuning or Buendia (JAC Liner, Green Star, South Star etc.) that will take you to Lucena Grand Central. From there, the shrine is just a short Jeepney ride.

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For more inquiries and more information on mass schedules, prayer request, invitation and healing sessions, you may contact (63)42-5403085; +63917-8536267 .

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