Amazing.... just beautiful. I love volcanos eruptions +2 Favorite & 2 Like. see my volcano eruption too
Lipata Ferry Terminal should add more ferry's to accommodate the passengers.It so disappointing to know that until now many passengers left stranded to wait for the ferry and it takes too long.I already experience being stranded there for an overnight,that was year 2004.10 years had pass and now i know that its only getting worst for the passengers crowd.They should have take actions for this.Where are the fees collected from the start of operations? It should be used for the improvement of the pier operations right?for the satisfaction/convenience of passengers.In this generations,almost people are busy on thier job schedules that we want to travel as fast as we could to catch the appoinments to that distinations.Its so embarrassing to found out that we only got stranded at the pier.I hope that this message/comment will make a bit changes to Lipata Ferry Terminal.I dont intend to sully the image of your company but to help however.Thank You.
Great shot! You were lucky to make such picture, and you are lucky to be still alive! Best wishes from Germany!
Na guiguirumduman ko kan sadit pa akong aki palagi akong sinasama ng May Anday ko papauntang Quinali at Tumagodtod palagi akong pumupunta dyan sa malabsay falls na yan at nde ko naguerumduman kung sa Tigman reveryan. Haloy na akong dai nakakaduman dyan.
i've been there last 2010 summer. me pic din me infront of the church...
Please update information. The above pictures shows the pier of the Rapu-Rapu Polymetallic Project at Malobago, Rapu-Rapu Albay. In April 2008, the shares of the Australian based Lafayette Minerals Ltd was acquired by the Korea Malaysia Philippines Resources Inc. The mining project produces copper and zinc powdered concentrates with gold and silver by-products. Many thanks.
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....the church where I was baptized (Parish of Sto. Domingo de Guzman, Sto. Domingo, Albay), 50 years ago.
When we were in grade school, we used to climb the tower (campanario)of this centuries-old church. One of my fiends and classmate, Manuel, works as a "sacristan" so we had an easy time getting inside and usually the church was empty during those grade school days. The view from atop was just an amazing view of the greenfields of my hometown Lagonoy and its neiboring towns of San Jose and Goa. Go visit my hometown...