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... than the fat you consume landing in your midsection for storage, your body will funnel body fat toward your muscles where it'll be used as energy.
People who live in rural areas have more reasons to choose their bikes over their automobiles, since it is more practical. Road cycling provides them with the possibility of breathing in fresh air and appreciating the gorgeous landscape all-around them. Regardless of where you are from, ...
On December 26-28, 2013, a group of Korean-young adults headed by the church pastor went to Tacloban City to aid the victims of the deadly typhoon locally known as Yolanda. The typhoon created a massive destruction not only to the properties but most of all to the lives of the Taclobanons. In there you can see the after effect of the typhoon. All structures were worn out and almost nothing was left to the inhabitants. Despite having this condition, the Taclobanons ...
... to be the deadliest Philippine typhoon on record, killing over 5000 people and devastating massive areas in Leyte and Samar, particularly the city of Tacloban. It was the strongest storm on record at landfall and Tacloban bore the full force of this monster.
It was still raining heavily and did so for the next four hours of the journey. Passing through Tarlac and Rosales, the road ...
... From the Sunday email, I had a casual phone interview Tuesday and then
they had me booked on a flight the next Monday to Dubai for further
interviews, presentation and testing. I spent 5 days in Dubai exploring before
returning to GOH. The following week they offered me the role- Trade
Marketing Manager for Fosters (Surprisingly, it is their biggest volume brand
and most profitable brand in their portfolio…a bit of ...
I'm back already - This time on my own to complete the remainder of my PADI course. Done! Tick! Certified open water diver ;)
Well, there are the weekends summed up! I think I have only had 2 weekends in Manila since I arrived in March!! However, it makes sense – I am prioritising travelling now before the rainy season truly kicks in.
Lots of love your favourite volunteer...or should I say professional weekender ;) ...