As you can see my last update was few months ago. It was the time when I decided to renew this blog. But, it was on that time when I am forced to stop posting an update. I am forced because I do not have all the time I had in blogging before our province was hit by super typhoon, Yolanda. All the time I really thought this domain is expired, already. So I was kinda surprised to find out that is still up and above.
Anyway a lot of things happened after the devastating typhoon. We are moving on little by little. I hope I can share some photos during our stay in Cebu. As for now, I am happy to know that I still have this blog.
I have been weighing up whether to renew this domain or not. As I mentioned on several occasions I am having a hard time maintaining this blog. But after two weeks I decided to renew this blog. This is doesn’t give me much earning in fact I am only paid once after that I didn’t get any tasks again. But the one time tasks was more than enough to gain back the amount I have spend for the domain and layout.
Anyway, the reason why I don’t want to let go this domain is because I have some photos posted here. I considered my posts here as my babies. Although I am not earning much in blogging I still opt to renew this domain.
Hopefully, I will have much time to catch up here.
Among the places that they have visited during the educational tour last Friday, the student enjoyed staying at Racho Maria Lucas. The reason- is because this time they can play and run around. I and my son J experience our first horseback riding when we first visited Rancho Maria Lucas last year.
After a year, the ranch has so more to offer to their guest. The ranch had installed the very first trampoline in Leyte; they also have more swings for the children to enjoy. I remember they only have three swing last years. A slide, seesaw and a man made tunnel was also set up. I would say, the student have more fun this time compared last year as they have other things to try aside from horseback riding.
If last year, the student was too excited in horseback riding, this time most of the students are excited to try to trampoline. Hence it was our second visit; we were given a loyalty award. And, the loyalty award is (drum roll hehehe..) free of charge in using the trampoline. I was smiling as soon as heard for it means I will not be spending for the fee. Hahaha…
So, if you are planning to take a break from the hustle and bustle in the city Rancho Maria Lucas is a perfect place to head on. Just about a 25-minute ride away from Tacloban City either by your private car or public vehicles. Overnight clients can stay in their simple yet clean cottages in a very affordable price. They also offer delicious and healthy foods. For more information you can call them at (063) (053)341 5328 or call them at (+63) 928 2651 336 and (+63) 947 8972 362. You can also send your inquiries at firstname.lastname@example.org
Another late post.
I know I have been posting late post randomly in the past couple of days. But can you blame me? I want this blog to be updated not dormant. So here is another share of picture during the town fiesta held two weeks ago. I am grateful that I was able to witness the Pasaka Festival this time. I’ve missed it in the past few years.
For the mean time, I will be sharing picture during the street dancing/parade. I am going to share the picture I took during the dance drama held right after the parade.
The Pasaka festival contingent
The merry maker’s contingent
The Ms Tanauan Pasaka 2013 with her runner up’s.
The celebrity visitors Ynna and Alynna Asistio, joined the parade.