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Thursday, January 2, 2020

MOUNT NAHILARAN

MOUNT NAHILARAN, the highest peak of Cagayan de Oro, may be ideal for you! 

Located at Sitio Birhen in Brgy, Mt. Nahilaran.Dansolihon is 987 meters above sea level (3,238 feet). It's close to several waterfalls as well. It is one of CDO's rivers ' water sources and is one of the city's remaining areas with a rich ecosystem for different wildlife, medicinal plants, and flowers.

The top of the mountains overlooks Camiguin Island and its volcanoes, the Balatucan Range, the Kitanglad Range and more!




KIMATAHAY FALLS OF VALENCIA CITY, BUKIDNON

You should visit Valencia City's 279-foot Kimatahay Falls in Bukidnon!


Located in Barangay Lilingayon at Mt. Kalatungan, this waterfall is 3-4 hours away from Cagayan de Oro City.


Saturday, December 28, 2019

1,000 roses and Tunnel of Lights

The Municipality of Salay, Misamis Oriental, now owns 1,000 roses and Tunnel of Lights as part of its Christmas attractions and celebration!

The stunning roses have different colors and lights, while the tunnel is elegant and has a merry feeling.


Both are great for your family and friends ' vacation photographs.



Sunday, December 22, 2019

Pasigahan sa Plaza

As part of their annual Christmas season celebration, the Municipality of Balingasag in Misamis Oriental officially launched their "Pasigahan sa Plaza" last Sunday, December 15!

The activity indicated their very own Giant Christmas Tree launch at J.P. Roa Park, Municipal Hall and Memory Square decorations, Belen decorations, and more.

Thursday, December 19, 2019

PNP RELEASES LIST OF PROHIBITED FIRECRACKERS

The Philippine National Police (PNP) recently published a complete list of prohibited firecrackers in the country on thier Facebook Page.

These includes the following:

  • Piccolo
  • Watusi
  • Giant Whistle Bomb
  • Giant Bawang
  • Large Judas Belt
  • Super Lolo
  • Lolo Thunder
  • Atomic Bomb
  • Atomic Bomb Triangulo
  • Pillbox
  • Boga
  • Kwiton
  • Goodbye Earth
  • Goodbye Bading
  • Hello Columbia
  • Goodbye Philippines
Individuals caught making, selling, distributing or using such banned firecrackers may be fined between P20,000 and P30,000 and/or face up to 1 year's imprisonment.

In view of this year's traditional holiday season, the Philippine National Police is maintaining the gains from a 4-year downward trend in Fireworks-related incidents.

Tuesday, December 17, 2019

The New P20 Coin Unveiled by Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP)

The latest P20 coin has just been launched by Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP), which will formally replace the current P20 bill.


BSP Gov. Benjamin Diokno releases on Tuesday, Dec. 17, the latest P20 coin with the illustration of former President Manuel Quezon as well as the revamped nine-sided P5 coin with Andres Bonifacio's portrait.


The new coin has bronze and silver tones and seems to be 30 millimeters wider in diameter.


The latest P20 coin is more costly to produce than the edition of the banknote, but the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas says it will last much longer.

By the 1st quarter of 2020, these new coins will be in civilian hands.

Monday, December 16, 2019

Christmas Artworks by Talented Police Trainees

Christmas artworks by talented police trainees can now be seen along the fences of Barangay Patag, Cagayan de Oro City's PNP Regional Training School!


The beautiful artworks are part of the Region 10 Training Director's campaign "Pasko sa Nayon": Lt. Col. Edison Revita and workers.


The official launch of their "Pasko sa Nayon" will take place on Tuesday 10 Dec. It's going to be awards for the best in artwork, the best in lights, and the best in carolling. It is open to the public, of course.



BRIDGE OF LIGHTS in Tagoloan, Misamis Oriental

The Municipality of Tagoloan illuminated their "Puente de Luces" or BRIDGE OF LIGHTS, as well as their spectacular Christmas attractions, last Friday, December 13, 2019!


The Bridge of Lights is meant to symbolize the dreams, hope and determination of every Tagoloanon to endure any hard knock on the way to an everlasting journey.


Tagoloan Bridge is an important part of Tagoloan as a municipality, embolding the local socio-cultural and economic history and playing a vital role in trade and commerce in the western part of Misamis Oriental Province.


In the midst of the Christmas holidays, the Hon. Gomer A. Sabio started to illuminate The bridge as a sign of the hopes, hope and determination of every Tagoloanon to endure any hard knocks along the route of an endless journey.

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Gaston Park's Symphony of Lights

Gaston Park lit up with hundreds of colorful lights as the local government officially launched the Christmas season celebration on Monday evening, December 2.


Kagay-anons witnessed the ceremonial change to Gaston Park's Symphony of Lights, the city government's million-peso holiday season venture.


Gaston Park's Symphony of Lights runs from December 2 to New Year's Day.



Monday, December 2, 2019

FAKE NEWS and FACTS about SEA GAMES 2019

FAKE NEWS and FACTS about SEA GAMES 2019



News: Cauldron 50Million Over priced.

Fact: Cauldron Monument na visible only cost 7Million ( Mas mahal pa ang Flagpole )It reaches 50 Million because it includes, Undergound Mechanism for the fuel, Includes the site Development ( Tiles, Road, Platform, landscaping), Fuel, Design and layout. This cauldron is not a one time use structure, this will last a lifetime. ( Expensive but not overpriced) Cheaper than other country's cauldron.



News: Bad Hotel Accommodation for the Cambodian Athletes Cambodian team athletes made to sleep on the floor and on lined-up chairs.

Fact: The signed agreement with the organizers include accommodations with standard check-in time of 2:00 PM.
Hotel were informed late that team members from Cambodia were coming in early on November 23, 2019 the night before. Due to full occupancy, they need to wait for their booking schedule. Standard check out is until 12:00NN. However, as early as 8:25am, some members were given an early check-in due to availability of rooms.



News:Philippine flag used as tablecloth in serving food to participants.

Fact:The photo was taken Nov. 23 2015, not in any Sea Games Venue



News:Semi finished Media Center at Rizal Coliseum.

Fact: This makeshift media center at the Rizal Memorial Sports Complex for the SEAG Football matches has been set up by The Philippine Football Federation or PFF headed by Mariano ‘Nonong’ Araneta.The Official Media Center is in Clark and in World Trade Center.



News:A Sea Games Shirt that cost 6,000 Pesos

Fact: 6K Uniform includes a jacket, pants, 5 shirts, cap, shoes, socks and a backpack.



News:Two toilet bowls in one cubicle.

Fact: Still under construction, now complete with cubicle.



News: Toilet with no conjugal cubicles

Fact: The urinal on the photo is for kids, female restroom do have cubicles ( pos deleted)



News:The practice field in BiƱan Football Stadium is still under construction.

Fact:It was the UP Diliman Football Field, which was still under construction. Wrong Photo and Fake news.



News:Only Kikiam and Eggs Serve to Athlete's

Fact: Chicken Sausage not Kikiam, food served in buffet.



News: Pork Served to Muslim Athletes

Fact: No Muslim Athlete provide any statement to the media and no Muslim athletes were served pork meals


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