Baclayon Church

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6th stop of our Bohol Countryside Tour, Day 2 in Bohol (January 29 - 31, 2010).


Baclayon Church


The Church of the Our Lady of Immaculate Conception in in Baclayon, Bohol is considered as one of the oldest churches in the Philippines. A visita was built in the same spot in 1595 with the arrival of Jesuit priests in the Philippines. However, it was only in 1717 that Baclayon became a parish which began the construction of the church. Around 200 workers constructed the church until it was completed in 1727. Later in 1835, the church's bell was installed.

Peñafrancia 2010 Fluvial Procession

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I've been to Naga City for so many times now. In fact, it's been barely a month when I went to the city to finish some transactions in the municipal office. But it's the first time that I have ever witnessed the famed fluvial procession of the Virgin of Peñafrancia : Mother of Bicol. My husband warned me about the crowds but I am super thankful to Ina that I was able to brave my way through the throngs of people duriung the procession.

2010-09-18 Penafrancia LR (17)


On being insured while on travel

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When we talk about insurance plans, the first things that come to mind are life insurance and health coverage plans. The employed seldom worry about these things because their company automatically pays for their insurance policies. When they go on a business trip, their companies do provide them with a business travel insurance plan. But what about the travelers who do not have a travel insurance plan? Do they even think about getting one?

SPECTACULAR SEPTEMBER @ SM CITY MARIKINA!!! – The 3rd Anniversary Celebration

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Here's what SM City Marikina has in store in celebration of it's 3rd year:

HEALTH AND WELLNESS FAIR AT THE FOODCOURT
More than just good food, SM City Marikina's Foodcourt invite everyone to visit the Health and Wellness Fair on September 3-5 and 10-12. For every P150 purchase at the Foodcourt, get access to free services such as Blood Pressure reading from the Philippine Red Cross or get a 10% Discount when you present your receipt at Executive Optical. It's all here at SM City Marikina, the Hottest Venue in the East!


September 10, 2010 is a Philippine Non-Working Holiday

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Malacañang Palace has declared September 10, 2010 as a non-working holiday in celebration of Eid ul-Fitr or the end of Ramadan. President Noynoy Aquino signed Proclamation 26 to formally declare this day as a holiday.