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Sa wakas!!! Done planning our October get together. Since October lang free halos lahat ng sched namin and what a coincidence din na uuwi yung mga batchmates namin na nagwowork abroad so we thought that this will be the perfect time to have a get together. We still don’t have the exact date yet but everything is planned and conceptualized already. Super excited on how everything will turn out. We’re planning to have a simple Overnight Rooftop Party thanks to @ememtabinga for the venue and for our generous sponsors that I hope will help this event happen. Hindi man matupad lahat, as what my classmates always say “Basta may alak lang ok na tayo.” So HELLO OCTOBER Excited na ako!!!
Thank you God. Buti na lang #negative din ang test results. Wala akong DENGUE. Nakakaparanoid kasi and daming lumabas na rashes sa katawan ko this past few days. Hindi naman ako nilalagnat at di din sumasakit ang ulo ko kaya to be sure I had CBC Test yesterday at salamat dahil normal naman ang lahat. By the way I really have to commend Ate MedTech dahil sobrang gaan ng kamay niya, takot ako sa karayom pero wala akong naramdamang sakit nung kinunan nya ako ng blood sample, before I knew it tapos na pala at isang syringe na ang nabawas niya sa aking royal blood hehehehe. Thank you din sa Honey ko sa pagpalakas ng loob ko at inspirasyon. Syempre sa Nanay ko na full support din. Akala ko ipapaadmit na nila ako eh. LOL
Proud to ba a part of Tubbataha National Park’s Silver Anniversary Project
Project: Tubbataha 25 - Riding the Waves of Change
Client: Tubbataha & Shell Foundation
- Logo Making
- Glass Plaques
- Photowall (tarpaulin)
- Vertical(dropdown) Banner (tarpaulin)
The Tubbataha Reef (Filipino: Bahurang Tubbataha) is an atoll coral reef and a Natural Marine Park in Sulu Sea, Philippines comprising two huge atolls (the North Atoll and South Atoll) and the smaller Jessie Beazley Reef. The park is a Marine Protected Area (MPA) located 150 kilometres (93 mi) southeast of Puerto Princesa City, Palawan according to the reefs’ official website but according to United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the reefs are 181 kilometres (112 mi) southeast of Puerto Princesa City. The reefs are considered part of the island municipality of Cagayancillo, Palawan, which is located roughly 130 kilometres (81 mi) to the northeast of the reef. According to the official website of the Natural Marine Park, Tubbataha covers 97,030 hectares (239,800 acres; 374.6 sq mi) while UNESCO measures the reefs at 130,028 hectares (321,310 acres; 502.04 sq mi).
In December 1993, the UNESCO declared the Tubbataha Reefs National Park as a World Heritage Site under the protective management of the Philippines Department of National Defense (DND) and technical supervision of the Palawan Council for Sustainable Development (PCSD) and the Department of Environment & Natural Resources (DENR). In 1999, Ramsar listed Tubbataha as one of the Wetlands of International Importance. In 2008, the reef was nominated at the New 7 Wonders of Nature.
The national park considered to be the global center of marine biodiversity. Research of scientists visiting the reefs since the 1980s revealed that the Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park contains no less than 600 fish species, 360 coral species, 11 shark species, 13 dolphin and whale species, and 100 bird species. The reefs also serve as a nesting ground for Hawksbill and Green sea turtles.
The word tubbataha is a combination of two Samal words: tubba and taha, which together means “a long reef exposed at low tide”. Historically,Samal people who have a nomadic lifestlye, visit the reef from time to time. Although people from the islands of Cagayancillo are frequent visitors of the reef. They used the native vessel pangko to sail and fish on “Gusong”, their local name for the Tubbataha.
The Tubbataha Reef is situated on the Cagayan Ridge, composing of extinct underwater volcanoes. Being a true atoll structure, it is believed that the atolls of Tubbataha were formed thousands of years ago as fringing reefs and volcanic islands. This is based on Charles Darwin's theory that atolls are formed when a volcano erupts and afterwards an island is born. When the volcanoes became extinct and the islands subsided over a long time, only the corals remain, growing towards the sunlight. The very big corals seen today surrounding the lagoons are originally the fringing reefs.
Lunch date with mama & Ninang @ Ka Lui
When you are in Puerto Prinsesa, KA LUI never fails to tickle one’s fancy. Known as the most famous restaurant in Palawan, guests are treated to only the freshest seafood and tropical ingredients. What makes dining even more enticing is the cozy, artsy, and “homey” vibe of the place. Warm and hospitable staff greets you at the door and politely asks you to remove your shoes. One need not worry because your pair are safely stored in small lockers.
The native wooden house is gleaming with such beauty! Very well polished floors, random fruit decors, native pieces and alluring artworks greet you as you enter the restaurant. By the way, I really LOVE their comfort room!
Whether you are in a tight budget, you can still dine at Ka Lui because the food is not that expensive compared to other restaurants. We had KA LUI SPECIAL OF THE DAY SET at P395 (Fish Steak – 2 pcs; Prawns – 4 pcs only; Veggies of the Day – ginataang gulay; Steamed Fish – lapulapu, with mango sauce, 2 cups of rice and starters – seaweeds). Then we had 4 seasons shake (P120). They also have a free dessert - slices of tropical fruits inside a young coconut w/ sprinkles of mascovado sugar, arrrhhh heaven! I’m so hungry that I wasn’t able to shoot the food served to us. The food was great! Yum! Yum!
Be sure to check out and Dine @ Ka Lui once you visit our place. It is highly recommended to reserve in advance as this place gets packed with both returning locals and curious tourists be it lunch or dinner time. You may ask your hotel front desk to call them.
369 Rizal Avenue Puerto Princesa City Palawan
( Opens Daily Save Sundays Lunch 11-2pm; Dinner 6:00-10:30pm )
Landline: (048) 433 2580
Mobile No: +63 928 753 9621
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