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Surigao treasure the most stunning collection of pre spanish era gold artifacts

By Ruel On October 9, 2015 No Comments

The Most Stunning Collection of Pre-Spanish Era Gold Artifacts.

Please see the 9 video below for you to know where they found this stunning collection of pre-colonial gold.

“Surigao Treasure the most stunning collection of pre spanish era gold artifacts.”

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Colorful Underwater World of Balicasag Island in Bohol

By Ruel On July 31, 2015 No Comments

Lets watch this turtle with his two friends take you to the wonderful underwater world of Balicasag Island in Bohol. I can guarantee you that you will enjoy as you encounter some beautiful creatures like Orangutan Crab, Trumpetfish, Scribbled Filefish, Jackfish, Juvenile Boxfish, and Titan Triggerfish.

Balicasag Island is one of the best dive sites in the Philippines found in Bohol. This island is an absolute scoop and an ultimate destination for the aquatic adventurists. One can redefine the saga of adventure diving in Balicasag Island in Bohol. Where the horizon meets the pep of your imagination and your romantic passion for the mother nature.

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Why Cambugahay Falls In Siquijor Is Unique?

By Ruel On July 31, 2015 No Comments

The magical Siquijor is both feared and revered by locals. It’s the place to go, if you’re looking for a boroboro, or witch doctor. The Provincial Tourism Department has a list of “official healers”, or just ask any local and they’ll be able to point you in the right direction.

You’ll need to rent a tricycle (a local motor taxi) for around $14 for half a day, as most of the healers live high in the mountains. These witch doctors or healers welcome paying visitors – but be polite and respectful as it is an age-old tradition that is widely believed by locals.

Away from all the magic, it’s also a beautiful island for relaxing in the crystal clear water in the beach, that you can do snorkelling and diving. If you want to swim in the cold fresh water, you can go to the Cambugahay Falls.


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Jennylyn Mercado Wins The Hottest Actress

By Ruel On June 30, 2015 No Comments

jennylynThe GMA-7 actress bested other favorites Andrea Torres and Ellen Adarna for the title. FHM’s Sexiest Woman in the Philippines is determined based on an online poll.

Others who made it in the Top 10 were Angel Locsin, Anne Curtis, Sam Pinto, Solenn Heussaff, and Jinri Park.

Jennylyn, a single mom, consistently made it to the Top 10 of the FHM Sexiest poll in the past years, but it is only now that she got the No. 1 spot.

Previous winners of FHM Sexiest Woman in the Philippines include Marian Rivera, Sam Pinto, Katrina Halili, and Angel Locsin.

For the full list of 2015 100 Sexiest Women, check out FHM Magazine’s July 2015 issue.

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Is Relationship Can Hurt Your Health?

By Ruel On June 30, 2015 No Comments

happyCan your relationship status make a difference in your overall well-being? To borrow a commonly used Facebook phrase, it’s complicated. Research shows that strong partnerships can help us avoid illness, adopt healthier habits, and even live longer. On the other hand, troubled relationships tend to breed stress and weaken immunity.

“So many factors affect our health, whether it’s the behaviors we exhibit toward each other or the habits that we pass on to each other,” says psychologist Maryann Troiani, PhD, co-author of Spontaneous Optimism. So whether you’re dating casually, shacking up, or already married, keep in mind these romantic bond that may influence your mind and body.

1, Weight gain
It’s a common belief that couples “let themselves go” after pairing off, and there may be something to it. According to a 2012 review, people tend to gain weight as they settle into

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How To Get To The Hundred Islands National Park

By Ruel On March 20, 2015 No Comments

The Hundred Islands National Park in Brgy. Lucap, Alaminos City, Pangasinan is 250 kms. from Manila.


This National Park covers a land area of 1,884 hectares with 123 islands. However, only three (3) islands have been developed for tourists namely: Governor, Quezon, and Children’s Island.

Of the three (3) Islands, only the Governor’s Island keeps a Guesthouse which is ideal for family use. It has 2 bedrooms, living room, dining room, comfort room/bath and kitchen. Linens, water (4 drums), generator lighting, ceiling fans, dining and cooking utensils/equipments are provided for.

The bahay kubos at Children’s Island are for budget travellers as it consists only of screened bedrooms with kerosene lighting and one (1) drum of fresh water and linens. Common areas are provided for dining and cooking as well as for toilet and bath.

Quezon Island is for picnickers and campers.

At Lucap Point (Mainland), the main

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How To Get To Casaroro Falls

By Ruel On March 18, 2015 No Comments

Dumaguete is known for its delicious desserts and fantastic underwater ecosystem, but for those looking for an alternate activity they can visit Casaroro Falls. Casaroro Falls is hidden in a tough trail through a forest and a rocky road. The trek is no cake walk, but for those who manage to overcome the difficult trail, Casaroro Falls is a noteworthy destination.


The falls is surrounded by lush vegetation, a rocky path, and the sounds of water rushing out. Douse your aching and tired body with the fall’s cool, refreshing waters.

How to Get to Casaroro Falls

From Dumaguete City, ride the jeep bound for Valencia for ₱12; the trip takes around 20 minutes one way. From Valencia, hire a habal-habal for ₱100 one way; ask the driver to pick you up after your trip.

These are just some of the many waterfalls one can visit in

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How To Get To Bomod-Ok Falls

By Ruel On March 18, 2015 No Comments

Sagada is known for its adventurous activities from spelunking to climbing mountains to trekking, but inside this mountainous region is a waterfall, Bomod-Ok Falls, that nature-lovers will enjoy. Getting to the falls is part of the adventure.


A trek through Sagada’s mountainous landscape is just as refreshing as taking a dip into its cool waters. Bomod-Ok powerfully drops into the basin of water just below it, creating a picturesque image with the mountainous region as its backdrop. For adrenaline junkies, nothing beats cliff diving off one of Bomod-Ok’s cliffs. The momentary flight electrifies one’s body and gives the jumper a sense of accomplishment after a tiring trek to get to the falls.

How to Get to Bomod-Ok Falls

There are plenty of tours in Sagada’s town that offer Bomod-Ok Falls as part of their tour packages for around ₱500 to ₱600. You will be taken

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