Blog Posts - Sibulan



The Bridge

Waiting for rain isn't the only thing here that is like waiting for Godot. Waiting for a bridge to be repaired can be like that as well.I first mentioned this bridge repair in a post from March 24. I don't recall exactly when the work began, but I th...

Waiting For Rain.........

........is like waiting for Godot.For the third day, dark clouds have gathered, coming in from the ocean and teasing us into believing it might rain.I did feel one rain drop while walking home from the market. But, no rain so far.The Accuweather fore...

My Haunted PC

Today is my 64th birthday, and to celebrate, my son and I went to the gym. In addition to our workout, I wanted photos.I brought along the Canon; J.P. took photos of me and I took photos of him. The store owner took two photos of J.P. and I together.

The Butternut Squash

Late yesterday afternoon, we took our butternut squash plants out to our property in Magatas where we had recently cleared alway some of the growth. I'm not at all certain that the plants will survive. We are currently experiencing a drought in Phi...

Before and After Shots

The top photo was originally posted on April, 07. The lower photo shows the results of a minor clean-up done on the 8th.Obviously, we have a long way to go, but I promised to post before and after pics.This spot is where the house will eventually be...

Summer Vacation

Due to changes being made in the Filipino school year, this past Wednesday was the start of J.P.'s summer vacation. He doesn't return to school until sometime in August. He deserves a long vacation. When we arrived here from the U.S., his year in the...

Property Update

As mentioned in an earlier post, we'll be cleaning up the property in Magatas to make a place for a garden. We'll eventually put the house out there, but in the mean time setting aside a portion for a garden seems like a good idea.Before we start on...

Sure, I Can Adapt.

I prefer having a routine. I'd like to think that I'm not compulsive concerning any routine I follow, but I enjoy the feeling of having a certain amount of control in life. Spontaneity can be OK, but chaos can drive me up the wall.Having made this my...

Random House Along the Road

On Wednesday, I posted a photo of a house being built along the road that leads to the highway. This is in the opposite direction from my walk to the gym and I hadn't noticed until a day or so ago the progress that has been made recently.As promised,...

Update on the Routine

I wrote in a post from yesterday that I'd be making changes in my workout routine this week, partly due to this week being Holy Week and the gym being closed on Good Friday.My son is out of school for the remainder of the week so there was no reason...

The Detour

In countries around the world where government officials are chosen through reasonably fair democratic elections, the politicians share one common attribute; they wish to be reelected and desperately try to convince the voters to put them back into o...

Smile Like There's No Tomorrow in Lake Balinsasayao, Negros Oriental, Philippines

ALL-TIME FAVORITE POST FROM 2011 RE-BLOGGED:Rising above 1000 meters above sea level, hail to one of the gems of Oriental Negros' tourism. A major attraction in the region is the beautiful and awe... Backpacking trips around The Philippines, Asia an...
by Pinoy Boy Journals on Aug 22, 2015

Tropical Storm Seniang.

For those looking for news on Tropical Storm Jangmi (AKA Seniang), check my other blog, Dumaguetewebsite.

A Tuesday Update.

It appears that the few tomato and bell pepper seeds I planted aren't going to make it. Perhaps the soil I used was not a proper medium for getting seeds to sprout. Having the tray dumped upon by sand didn't help. Don't ask.I'll be looking for a bett...

More Boxes.

Thursday afternoon, the two balikbayan boxes shipped via LBC arrived. These are the ones that we've really been waiting for.For J.P., the boxes contained his remaining Wii games and accessories. He's happy about that, as well as the several cans of...

The Garden Plot.

Yesterday morning, when we returned from Mass, we found the workers at the house getting ready to put in the new windows. It took them most of the day to complete the work, but I believe they did a good job. We picked a tinted glass for the individua...

Liloan – Sibulan Port Terminal: Of Stories, Photos, Tours, Schedule and Fare Rate

I have experienced traveling twice at Sibulan Terminal. The first time was unexpected together with my travel buddy – my husband – then lately I was traveling together with my youngest sister for an intention. This journal is purposely he...
by Where Is Cebu on Mar 26, 2014


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