Hauntingly beautiful and bizarre cemeteries around the world

Rhobie A. Ruaya, Rhobie Alburo Ruaya 03/24/2020

Cemeteries are not an ideal spot to visit when going on a trip. But in every place on this planet, you will find a cemetery. That’s for sure. Many of these look normal with its graves marked…

A P6K trip to breathtaking Camiguin for an experience worth a lifetime

Michelle Joy Padayhag 02/23/2019

I have no exact words to describe Camiguin Island. To say that it is a paradise and perfect would be an understatement. That was a memorable Valentine’s Day getaway with fellow Siloys Marc Cosep and Mars Alison.…

Auring: Cebu, 13 areas under Signal No. 1

Michelle Joy L. Padayhag 01/09/2017

Cebu remains under storm signal number 1 as of 11 p.m, Sunday, January 8, due to tropical depression Auring. Jhomer Eclarino, a specialist of the state weather bureau PAGASA, said that Auring is traversing Mindanao and the…

Cebu under storm signal number 1

Michelle Joy L. Padayhag 01/08/2017

Cebu has been placed under public storm signal number one Sunday morning due to tropical cyclone ‘Auring.’ Vhan Singson, weather specialist of Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services (Pagasa) Mactan, said ‘Auring’ might landfall in Surigao area…

Signal No. 1 in Cebu; Marce to leave Monday

11/24/2016

SIGNAL No. 1 was hoisted over several provinces in Visayas and Mindanao as the low pressure near Surigao del Sur intensified into a tropical depression and was locally named “Marce.” The storm signal was raised over Southern…

DOT-7 to prepare tour guides, tour drivers for 2 big events

Victor Anthony V. Silva 11/06/2016

The Department of Tourism in Central Visayas (DOT-7) will prepare the close to 200 accredited tour guides and tour drivers in Cebu and Bohol for two big international events to be held in the Philippines next year.…

How Camiguin saved giant clams

Marian Z. Codilla 08/13/2015

Eighty-seven families were recognized for their efforts to restore the giant clam population in their fishing village of Cantaan, Guinsiliban town in Camiguin province. From 30 in 1997, there are now over 4,000 clams in the area.…

Sunken cargo vessel recovered from Camiguin

Melissa Q. Cabahug 01/12/2015

The cargo vessel of the Cebu Sea Charterer Inc. that sank off Camiguin Island last Friday evening was retrieved by tug boats yesterday, the Philippine Coast Guard Bohol station said. “The cargo of the LCT 378 sank…

Camiguin native in jail for joking about bomb in port terminal

Chito O. Aragon 08/06/2014

No one laughed when a 40-year-old woman joked about the presence of a bomb inside the Cebu City port terminal. Instead of going to Mindanao, Charito Abao landed in detention where police authorities brought her Tuesday evening.…

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