[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Spring 2014: Season for animals doing lovey-dovey….The bears are coming out from their winter hibernation and the birds are singing again and building their nests. One couple of small birds built their nest under an upside-down canoe stored under our balcony. One of their chick fell from the nest and we have to rescue […]
[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Spring of 2014: Occasionally, bears pop up in our yard to check what we are doing…. They are cuddly but they are hungry too so they can eat anything such as garbage. This is what happens when you in nature… We love living in the wilderness so we live with these incidents….Watch and share […]
Winter 2014: Nikki hates the snow because she always get full of marshmallow-like snowball feet stuff. She can’t walk after getting it so we have to carry her. Tough being a bichon frise in winter. Here’s a comic video after she comes home. Yoko on the other hand doesn’t have that problem. Enjoy!
[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]When we were in Chile in January 2014, we visited the seaside fish market and of course the seagulls were all there to take action. Here’s a short video of the wonderful seagulls with a taste of Boogie. Enjoy and share it to your friends. [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_posts_grid loop=”size:10|order_by:date|order:ASC|post_type:post|categories:21″ grid_columns_count=”3″ grid_layout=”image|link_post,link” grid_link_target=”_self” grid_layout_mode=”fitRows” title=”Related Videos:” grid_thumb_size=”200×100″][/vc_column][/vc_row]
In March 2014, we visited Palawan Islands in the Philippines. Here’s a short video of the experience we had. One of the most unforgettable experience we had. Enjoy and share it to your friends.
This is the first time that Mt. Pulag was reported to have plunged to Zero Degrees Centigrade on top of the mountain. It is not probably the most exciting news for the people in the Northern or Southern Hemispheres where zero degrees is warm but for the Philippines, it is big news.
Climbing Mount Pulag is not for the weak heart but it is not extreme mountain climbing either. The average healthy person is qualified for the climb. This means that you don’t need special gears to trek the slopes. Well-traveled trails are accessible using a good pair of hiking shoes and all you need is a […]
On April 03, 2012, in Brisbane, California, U.S.A., the Global English Corporation has released an indexed results about the Business English Proficiency observed in workplaces. They proactively release annual results for BEI for the purpose of informing the quality results or production of employees of whatever companies, countries, and even industries. It’s a common knowledge […]
The trek from Mt. Timbak to Mt. Pulag is a mountain climber’s dream. Mt. Timbak is the drop-off point of the long journey to Mt. Pulag. It boasts a spectacular view of Mt. Pulag being the second highest mountain in the Philippines and viewing the destination before conquering it makes the journey full of aspiration, […]