Pinoy Phototrekker

Cash Flow

The Day 3cash flow board game created and distributed by Robert Kiyosaki was gift from one of my friend a few years back. I have placed it down and lost it for some time when my computer was reformatted. After making some new folders for the year I found this amazing digital game tucked away in some folder. I use to love and play now I’m sharing it with my folks.

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Driving Down Under

One _MG_2589of the basic things that you need to learn here in Australia is to get a driving license. Unlike the Philippines islands were the road rules are just guidelines. Here you have to know your basics.

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2011 in Sydney!

Welcome _MG_25702011! The new year has finally come. I raise my camera and start clicking on the first minutes of 2011. This is my first time seeing the fireworks displayed on the Sydney Harbor bridge! A new beginning and a fresh start here in the land down under.

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Iwahig, Prison Colony

When_MG_1511 is a prison not a prison? Ever since we could do wrong our parents would tell us that if you don’t straighten up you will end up in prison! A prison would be a place of iron and bars, isolated from society where individuals would pay their dept back to the community. Not SO in IWAHIG.

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Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center

The _MG_1495 first stop on our city tour takes us to the Wildlife convention center a place of research and crocodile farming.

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Marina de bay

Included_MG_1909 in the tour package we availed was our accommodations for the our stay in Palawan, at the very tip of one of the small coves is a place that is a cozy getaway for adventurers and couples alike.

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Puerto Prinsesa, Palawan

The _MG_1422Island of Palawan is the largest and longest of the provinces of the Philippine islands. Some consider it to be the last remaining frontier of natural beauty found in the Islands. Tourist from all over the world would come and visit it’s shores just to partake on its pristine and magical nature.

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“Disaster Busters”

“We IMG_0694Came, we saw, we saved!” These are the words that would emphasize the very meaning of our Training batch, amongst the roar of the typhoon and the constant rains over the week, we strive to complete our course. Different people with different backgrounds now only have one reason that binds us to the core, Red blood ever flowing, full of life and hope. We are “Disaster Busters!” Quezon City chapter!

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Anawangin

There Anawangin 09 154are a few remaining OMG moments left for me… as I have been around the country looking for perfect beaches and places where you can get back to nature and rough it out in the wild outdoors w/o the convenience of a cell signal or the feel of city. I would never have thought I would have one of those moments here in Zambales!

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Capones Island

OfAnawangin by Kaloy 040 the Coast of Barangay Pundaquit 15 min of to sea. You can charter a boat to bring you and your group to the island of Capones of the coast of Barangay Pundaquit. The trip will just cost you around P200 per person and that usually includes a trip to two islands, Capones and Tamara.

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