It Happens After Prayer

Life happens. Faith weakens. Temptations attack. Satan oppresses. Needs overwhelm. Sickness comes. Finances disappear. Loneliness suffocates. Friends betray. Decisions paralyze. Worries strangle. Careers stall. Continue reading “It Happens After Prayer”



I haven’t been on here in a long time. I can remember the last time I posted anything here was 8 months ago… almost every day I’ve thought to myself ‘I’m going to blog today’ … and then haven’t. But I’m back and will resume my blogging activities. By the way I am now a License Professional Teacher 🙂 Hopefully soon.. i will share my journey to becoming an LPT. For now, let me just say Hello! 🙂

Rizal Palawan 34th Founding Anniversary & 3rd Tau’t Bato Festival

Rizal, officially the Municipality of Dr. Jose P. Rizal,  is a first class municipality in the province of Palawan, Philippines. The municipality also hosts the Singnapan charcoal petrographs. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 42,759 people. Prior to its formation as a separate municipality, the place was known as Tarumpitao Point and was part of the Municipality of Quezon. By virtue of Batas Pambansa Blg. 386, it was formed as a municipality on April 14, 1983, called Marcos. It was renamed after José Rizal in 1987 through Republic Act No. 6652.

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Since this is a month due post, expect for a long pile of photos along the way.:) Yep, It’s been a month since I had my 3-day visit in the city of love. I actually went there for Dinagyang Festival but unfortunately the celebration of festival falls on the weekend and I have classes every weekends. So I have no choice but to squeeze up my supposed to be 1 week vacation into 3 days only (super bitin). Continue reading “Iloilo”


1st stop: Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center (Crocodile Farm)

Located at the South National Highway in Baranggay Irawan Puerto Princesa City is the Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center. Formerly known as the Crocodile Farm and Nature Park, it serves as the sanctuary of the Philippine Crocodile that is endemic to the country.  The Philippine Crocodile is currently included in the endangered species list and the conservation center is making ways to increase the number of the species.  Aside from crocodiles, the center takes care of other animals like ostriches and endemic to the island of Palawan like the bearcat.

Continue reading “DAY 5: PECHIE & ALGRACE PPC TOUR”