Thursday, March 3, 2011

it's illuminating

I got this whole thing from one of the social networking sites, so in short this is not my idea but i want to share this to you because i find this interesting and i hope you will find it interesting too.

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Collection of favorite quotes:

Nobody is perfect until you fall in love with them.
Love starts with a smile, grows with a kiss, and ends with a tear.
Don't let the past hold you back, you're missing the good stuff.
Don't cry over anyone who won't cry over you.

Good friends are hard to find, harder to leave, and impossible to forget.
When it hurts to look back, and you're scared to look ahead, you can look beside you and your BEST FRIEND will be there.

Love is the one option that is always open to you.
Do all things lovingly. That is the secret to quality and excellence.
Love like there is no tomorrow, Dance like no one's watching.
While it is faith that makes all things possible, it is love that makes all things easy.
Remember, every minute spent angry is sixty seconds of happiness wasted.

Love is a deep personal thing to be enjoyed and explored ... one HAS to put the other first and choose your battles carefully ... and not argue over petty little things that will never mean anything ... no one is perfect ... but it is up to you to place them in a position of perfection in your eyes.

Sad but true ... You will know when you really love someone when you want them to be happy even if their happiness means you are not part of it.

Pain, is the weakness leaving you.

A wise person listens to other with compassion, sometimes attempts to assist others to guide themselves to truth by considering options - hopefully with an open mind. Life is short, too short to live in anger, too short to worry so much about small insignificant things. Live, learn, love, and for goodness sakes - stop thinking you are better than others.

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

longest word

i used to believe that the word supercalifragilisticexpialidocious is the longest word in the dictionary but as i've been surfing on it says that the word below is the longest one. so there!!!


- [noo-muh-noh-uhl-truh-mahy-kruh-skop-ik-sil-i-koh-vol-key-noh-koh-nee-oh-sis, nyoo]

– noun

an obscure term ostensibly referring to a lung disease caused by silica dust, sometimes cited as one of the longest words in the English language.

Camiguin Island

karen, ako, william, jaja, floi, ann ug ronan

I was brought there because i have these friends whom they call themselves TRIPPERZ (i don't want to sound like one of 'em but i really am). They are so eager to travel and so am i, so we set a sail.

We first actually went to Cagayan de Oro City (CDO), which was our target spot because of water rafting  and some places nearby like Bukidnon, Iligan City and Lanao del Norte (the latter was not included in our destination but we showed up there for the the very outrageous Tinago Falls, i will posts these places anytime soon).

Nevertheless, i want to brag CAMIGUIN to you because you see i've been there, which was quite hard because you have to have a guide to get there and who knows the place well, you should've a place to stay and of course money. well, unless if you really are an adventurer, an explorer, a traveler or whatever you would like to call that, then you could travel alone and lonely and get lost, haha.

We're not suppose to pursue Camiguin because of the stories i heard that there were some bad experiences about the unnatural creatures or i don't know how to call 'em but despite of all those stories we sailed CDO for one of the reasons: Camiguin Island.

From CDO, we traveled for almost 4 hours to Balingoan, Misamis Oriental, this is the port to get to Mambajao, a destined port in Camiguin. We sailed more or less than an hour to get to the place.

They say that Camiguin is one of the beautiful islands in the Philippines. Yes, quite. A very small island located almost south of the country just above Misamis Oriental, far east of Siquijor and southeast of Bohol.

As i've mentioned, this is a small island, indeed it is. It's quite different from some ports because we almost docked in the mountains which is exceptional because it's my first time; i like its appearance as we were getting closer to the island.

We went to the island's cold and hot springs. Yes, there are 6 hot springs (according to a source), one of which is the Ardent spring (the only hot spring we visited, we took our lunch there) which is some meters away from Hibok-Hibok volcano, one of the active volcanoes in the country. Across the foot of the volcano nearest to the main road is the graveyard under the sea. The volcano erupted in 18th century probably and made the water raised so high and flooded the place long enough to cover the cemetery. You could actually see the large cross in the water which indicates the cemetery (this was included in the movie OUIJIA).

The picture at the top was taken in a very small land which is surrounded by water just across the island. It is called the White Sand. The sand is as fine as sugar, the water is very clear and crystal that once or more splashed on our skin, we swam through its waves, wow!!! You see the mountains right at the back, it's the island's mountains (the island is really surrounded by mountains, you should see it for yourself).

Time had ran so fast as we traveled round the island for a day but we haven't visited all its places yet it's worthy to be there for just a day.

That day was finished and we're all exhausted. The dusk had risen and we slept like we haven't slept in ages, regardless of the discomfort stories we heard. The fun, the adventures and the weariness had erased 'em all. Obliviously then, the dawn was breaking and the sun was showing. It's another day for another adventure as we sailed going back home later that night. The day before was very tiring yet we were delighted to come and see the island's beauty.

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