One of the famous zoo in Philippines can be found in Ilocos Sur.
Baluarte Zoo is home to animals that are people-friendly. You can ride the dwarf pony in here.
Or even walk, touch and feed the tigers!
They also have an entertainment for everyone for free!
And I get to touch Tiny, the biggest python I ever seen!
While exploring the Social Media Day at SM Aura, my friend took notice of a guy sitting in the stair at the Samsung Hall.
Tendo is known as the Japanese guy selling his travel photos at your price!
He is travelling around Philippines and tries to sell his photography as sideline.
His pictures are properly placed so you can check them out.
We asked about the pictures we choose and he responded in few words but smilingly.
My first trade event with IPG MediaBrands, my Team Leader made sure I would be going!
Reprise Team attending A Lab Story, ABS CBN Digital Trade Event held in Makati Diamond Residences.
I'm enjoying this event too much and my team mates were working!
Got a chance to win a voucher by searching thru their website.
And a perfume by just answering some questions!
The rest of my team chilling while waiting for our foods.
Digital Trade Event also kept us entertained with singers and celebrities.
And QandA from Lloyd Cadena and The Sochal Network.
We visited the Grapes Capital of the Philippines that is located in La Union. There are many varieties that we can grow here. Grapes like loose, deep soil with a ph lower than 5, so the application of lime helps. It is also good to put decomposed leaves around the plant to conserve the soil moisture. Grapes like terrain that is somewhat sloping so as not to lodge water and hurt the roots.
Grapes need plenty of sunshine and good circulation of air to avoid the onset of disease. Within 10 to 12 months after planting, grapes are ready for harvest. Harvest is done three times a year, September, December, and Summer. In the first year, a hectare of land planted to grapes can yield about 1,700 kilos per tree. In the third and fourth years 10,000 kilos per tree can be harvested. Grape is most productive from its third to eighth year.
Ipil Beach is the small seashore beside Seven Commando Island. It is one of the least known beach here in El Nido..
But we were surprise cause it has sands as fine as creamer! And its true!
It is also one of the relaxing beach we went in this trip.
Aside from swimming and chilling, you can play volleyball in here.
With those fine sands on your feet!
And we were a bit hesitant to say good bye to this place..
This might be the funniest introduction in the history of Social Media Day! Don't be fooled, this year's theme is very timely after the unfriending that's happening during the election.
Rebuild, reconnect, reboot, refriend. You might at least, unfollowed or unfriended someone during the election time. What is Social Media really is? Connect.
Unconnect to connect.We are having too much Social Media and it is due time to bridge with family, friends and ourselves, again.
5th Social Media Day together with our online communities from North Luzon, Manila, and other cities in the Philippines.
We’re celebrating how social media is more powerful than ever – it can empower. It can move. It can bridge.
We’ve experienced collaboration and brainstorming through Facebook. How the world can make ideas come to life through crowdfunding. How the common folk have influenced public thought and policies. How a video gone viral can bring justice to a victim.
This 2016, Social Media Day Philippines is #TayoPH. A reminder that we can use social media to bridge, to give a voice and to empower.
Let’s stand together as a people. Rebuild, reconnect, reboot, refriend. After all the negativity that has flooded our feeds, it’s time to make the conversation positive and productive again. Let us celebrate social media’s triumphs and recall its potential. Let us harness social media’s power in bringing people together, in crossing boundaries, and merging divides.
Few walk from our hotel is the amazing view of Bacuit Bay.
Not just rich in amazing places, but this Palawan beach is also rich in ecosystem.
Small and big shells are housed by hermit crabs.
No hermit crabs was harmed in making of this blog post.
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