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... looked for Miss Vidal to signed the important papers for our safety journey to Mt.Pinatubo.I've been quite surprised to seen lots of local peoples wanted to seen the mt.Pinatubo not only local also foreigners.After signed the papers,we finally rode the 4x4 car to mt.Pinatubo for almost 1hours to junction area.Then we started to walked up to MT.Pinatubo for almost 2hours..First we stopped at rest area for 15minutes and to drank waters (native kubo/house)then i seen ...
... ASKI. We also had a nurse on hand to provide medical assistance where needed. An ASKI employee pulled aside a woman who had just received her emergency package and asked her to say something about ASKI’s relief efforts. The woman could only get out “Thank you so so much” (in Tagalog) before her face became flooded with tears of gratitude.
Just another day in the ...
... in a year and a half!
Now about my work. I am working at ASKI, a Filipino microfinance institution (MFI) that specializes in small business loans and community development. Their main office is in Cabanatuan, but they have branches all over Luzon (the island that both Manila and Cabanatuan are on). There are around 75 people working here at the main office, and they are all incredibly friendly. One of the girls is turning 27 this weekend, and she ...
Pahiyas Festival is a colorful feast in honor of San Isidro Labrador, the patron saints of farmers, as a thanksgiving for a bountiful harvest. Houses along the streets of Lucban are artistically decorated with agricultural harvest, and of the very unique highlight of the festival, the "kiping". It is a wafer made up ...
... receive little or no public assistance projects for that term.
In the evening, we had dinner at a place called Vicente's near our hotel. Along the way is an open air market selling all kinds of fresh animal and vegetable products. It's quite a smelly place, and it sure wouldn't pass any American earliness standards, but it was fresh. Some stalls were grinding everything up into items like sausage, a sight that many would probably vomit at.