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VerJube Photographic's Banner Photos Online by MyPhotographics on Apr 15, 2013Here’s documenting some of our photos published as web banners featuring artists like The Company and Baihana. Trumpets Playshop Summer Starpower Class 2013 Enroll now at the Trumpets Playshop & Musicademy now as they celebrate 20 years of...



Monticalvo surpasses the Filipino Record in Pole Vault by pinoyathletics.com on Apr 15, 2013Fil-Heritage athlete Caleb Monticalvo soared to a new personal best on Saturday 14/04/13 vaulting 5.05m at the Chico Distance and Twilight Carnival in California. The performance is the second time he has exceeded the standing national record of 1991...



MALACANANG. President wants solid foundation in peace pact with MILF by DURIAN POST on Apr 15, 2013President Benigno S. Aquino III wants a peace agreement with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) that would be doable and has solid foundation that will withstand scrutiny, a Palace official said on Monday. Presidential Spokesperson Edwin Lacier...



Where to Stay in Kuala Lumpur: Step-Inn Guesthouse by The Two Broke Girls on Apr 14, 20133 cities. 2 countries. 6 days. And this hostel became our first home away from home. Finding a decent place to stay abroad is a bit tricky. With all the mixed reviews, you already don’t know what to believe and might as well not to expect at al...



TROPICAL DISTURBANCE 91W INVEST 2013 by TYPHOON AND WEATHER IMAGERY on Apr 14, 2013TROPICAL DISTURBANCE 91W INVEST (FOR LATEST POSITION, MOVEMENT AND INTENSITY) REAL TIME THUNDERSTORM/PRECIPITATION IMAGERY -30°C: +2.5mm; -50°C: +5mm; -70°C: +15mm; -85°C: +25mm -95°C: +35mm; -110°C: +50mm...



Batu Caves, Malaysia by BlancNotes on Apr 13, 2013I know most you have already made plans for the summer but just in case you happen to be in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, I know just the place you can go to if you like temples/religious historical site. When my daughter and I found ourselves in KL last m...



The Budget Travel Guide to Langkawi, Malaysia by The Poor Traveler on Apr 12, 2013Comprising 99 islands, Langkawi lies in Andaman Sea, off the coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Its main island, Pulau Langkawi, takes its name from the reddish brown eagle that has also become the symbol of the island. The archipelago is known for its na...



Visa-Free Countries for Philippine Passport Holder by Side Trip with Markey on Apr 9, 2013I  remember myself travelling to Bintan Island and most of the people in the cruise was white guy and they actually bought their visa on the island while me I have to stay for 30 days for free thats the perks of holding a Philippine passport and tha...



Overnight Stay in Labuan, Malaysia by anneskie blabs on Apr 7, 2013Sunset in Labuan, Malaysia I was planning on having just a two-part travel post about my 6-day trip last March 26-April 1, 2013, one for Brunei and the other for Kota Kinabalu, but I have got to pay heed to Labuan, Malaysia. Now this ma...



Sneaking Around in the Federal Territory of Labuan by Anjville's Travel Blogs and More on Apr 6, 2013Sneaking Around in the Federal Territory of Labuan The Federal Territory of Labuan is one of the states in Malaysia that is located between Brunei Darussalam and Sabah, Malaysia. Being one of the producers of oil apart from its neighboring country of...