Reminders on Posting Comments

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28 responses to “Reminders on Posting Comments”

  1. Fred Wilesmith says :

    HI …My Name is Fred Wilesmith from Toukley , New south Wales Australia and marrie d to a Filipina from Cagayan De Oro Misamis Oriental we were visiting her brother and his family from Sumilao this time last year and was …..Just reading about the up and coming Kaamulan Festival we were there last year as it was being set up but, unfortunately we didn`t have enough time to stay …My wife and I also our family wish you , the organizers and all who take part in this years festivities all the very best ……….God Bless

  2. mindanaw says :

    Thanks Fred!

    I’m going home tonight to catch up with the street dancing in Bukidnon. I’ll see what more updates we can bring back!

    best,

    Istambay sa Mindanao

  3. BAGO oBRIQUE says :

    Just asking? according to my source, how true kanang Mga hungihung nga si (…)
    MESSAGE PURGED BY ADMINISTRATOR. Please refer to “Reminders on Posting Comments.” Thank you.

    -ISTAMBAY SA MINDANAO

  4. mark says :

    hi Waltzib. i’m mark from manila. i will go to davao for the first time this coming friday. we are volunteers from an NGO based here in manila with communities nationwide. this is our pioneering training here in davao. we will be back to manila on Saturday, 6pm. but i have to stay behind and travel from davao to cagayan de oro to stay for a while in a friend’s place. i was actually searching about how i will go through from davao to cdo and i thank God i stumbled on your blog. that story Travel: Sleepless on the road to Davao, via Bukidnon is really very helpful. but i would like to know some particulars. i hope you could help me on this one.

    first: i would like to know where can i get a bus trip from davao to cagayan at those hours: around 7pm or 8pm

    second: how much would it cost me if i will ride an air-conditioned bus

    third: how’s the safety in the ride?

    fourth: what are the preparations i need to do?

    i hope you could help me on this. my mobile is 09196981690. i hope to hear from you the soonest.

    i am thankful in advance for your assistance.

    mark

  5. mark says :

    please email me or send me an sms.

    thank you.

  6. marc colinares says :

    The Human Development International Vanguard Corps for Peace and Development a volunteer organization ( http://www.humandevintl.com ) that is spearheading the Call to Save the Mountains of the World Initiative expresses sympathy to the family of Julia Campbell and the Peace Corps Volunteers for her untimely death.

    Ian Jon Mendoza, the HDI Philippines Executive Coordinator said, that it is sad to hear that a “fellow volunteer” who has volunteered time, expertise and made sacrifices as well as risked her own life in uplifting the lives of the Filipino people and responding to help during calamities, – died in such circumstances that gave much reasons to believe that she was killed while hiking in the mountainous area where the famous rice terraces is located. John Ryan Largo, HDI Founder/Chairperson who was a United Nations Volunteer in the 80s and a lifetime volunteer for peace, human development and the preservation of Mother Nature felt sad upon hearing the news. He said that volunteers regardless of nationality and organization are the living heroes of our times that must be given utmost courtesies, support and protection. He said that if it is proven that she was killed while hiking HDI deplores such act in the highest degree and that the culprit(s) must be caught and account of such action. It is also a wake up call for all local government units whose place are frequently visited for its historical and tourist significance that it has responsibility in securing safety of visitors. And for all people all to look at “volunteers” with great respect, gratefulness and extend whatever assistance to ensure their safety and performance of their task.

    The Human Development International recognizes the remarkable contributions shared by Campbell for humanity and the environment and regard her demise a great loss in the volunteer effort.

    The founder has close affinity with the Peace Corps Volunteers, the fact that most of his teachers in high school were Peace Corps Volunteers when the program started in the early 60s. He was the focal person designate for Mindanao during the celebration of the International Year Volunteerism in 2001 and one who believes on the importance of volunteerism in sustainable human development.

    by marc c colinares
    national commander
    hdi-phil vanguard corps for peace and development

  7. toto says :

    kuy check this link

    http://hoops.blink.ph/

    powered by wordpress and has google ads.

    you know what I mean right?

    toto

  8. bootz says :

    I hope that the people in Valencia City will be wise enough not to repeat your past mistakes of choosing your City Officials. Don’t sell your votes!

  9. alie e carcuevas says :

    any one can help me 2 find out or gives to me a correct address and email of carina dayondon just email to may address…

  10. Ferdie Cientos says :

    Galing ng venueng ito, I enjoy learning things about Davao and Mindanao. Suggestion lang, kung sana may picture tour din sa famous nyong Davao International Airport na ma-ifeature dito sa site mo, kita ko kasi ang exploreiloilo.com at maganda ang presentation nila lalo na sa updates about their place including business and tourism prospects. Sana lumago pa ang Istambay sa Mindanao…mabuhay kayo!

  11. mindanaw says :

    Hi Ferdie,
    Thanks pala sa comments mo. If I can acquire a new camera I will venture more into photos. Tama ka this will be a better site with photos, especially those that show images of Davao and Mindanao.
    There are bloggers who have initiated something close to what you have in mind, but I forgot their URLs. I’ll let you know when I could get updates. Thanks.

    By the way, explore iloilo really looks good. It is useful. I missed Iloilo na tuloy. hehe.

  12. James says :

    Searching for Joy Pastolero from lanipao, lanao del norte in Mandanao who has such wonderful eyes as bright as the stars in the sky, on a dark and lonely night on me…zjams007@hotmail.com
    My prayers and thoughts are with you.
    God Bless You.

    James

  13. eric says :

    Hello Walter,

    Kumusta, could you please update your link as our website has now moved to a much appropriate and better domain host @ http://www.reactkaamulan.org.ph

    Keep up the good work!

    Eric Epie

  14. bariles says :

    Hi Walter!

    Need to email you something re the 2nd Mindanao Bloggers Summit to be held in GenSan on October 25.

    Can you email me first at bariles (at) gensantos (dot) com?

    Daghang salamat!

    Gikan sa Tuna Capital,

    Bariles🙂

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    Get the appropriate license. ,

  17. For Rent In Makati says :

    saw this page bookmarked and I really liked what I read. I will certainly bookmark it as well and go through the other posts when I get home.

  18. Cherri Nordin says :

    Long time reader / 1st time poster. Really enjoy reading the blog, keep up the good work. Will definitely start posting more oftenin the near future.

  19. geruila cabatingan says :

    pls help me na makontak ko si ronil saba sa alae maitom manolo fortich

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  21. bilincaltimesajlar says :

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  24. Monette Magno Montejo says :

    Hello…taga Davao…just wanna askd kung asa me mkapalit ug head dress gamit sa kadayawan festival?
    Ang Davao ang among NAPILI namo nga lugar para sa amoang SAMAR DAY dinhi sa Catbalogan City…Pls help us ..thanks

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