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damages due to typhoon
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RFID is going to be required for cars now in PH for cash-based payments at toll plazas. We had to wake up early today and drive for around 3 hours just to get to the nearest RFID installation site.
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Another friend of mine messaged me today. She's preparing her files to apply & be a nurse abroad. I feel sad to see her go but she said "I want to serve our country but I need to feed my family first."
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"The Philippines is already struggling to cope with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, and the typhoon has exacerbated the strain on resources." - online news article
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We're still not done cleaning the aftermath of the typhoon. Our roof drains got clogged so were cleaning those today and we're also going to remedy some broken parts of the roof. Hope we finish soon!
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A new typhoon is possibly approaching the Philippines. Now it's just labeled as a storm but it may make landfall as a typhoon according to PAGASA. Maybe it would be best to prepare for this one too.
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PAGASA announced there's a tropical storm coming "Siony".
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Most of the people in our area suffered from high blood/cholesterol these past few weeks and admitted to the hospital, one, unfortunately, collapsed while at work and died. We must look after what we eat
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Many ways how we can help to Rolly's aftermath, emotionally and financially
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A new signal being built near our place. I hope it will finally help with our bad internet connection. Our internet is extra slow these days, it was slow before and even slower now!
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I realized that almost everyone & everything is dependent on internet theses days. I see a lot complaining online about bad connection in PH. It's affecting our work, school, almost everything!
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I'm so surprised & amaze at how Korean culture is really integrating with the Philippines'. I heard my mom & her friends talking about this Korean drama & them going to cook Kimchi & other Korean dishes.
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🌇 There's a Venice-inspired open-air mall in Taguig City, PH. It features mostly upscale stores & you can even ride a gondola (flat-bottomed boat) for around $6 per person.
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I haven't ridden the Light Rail Transit (LRT) in PH since the pandemic started but before, it could get so crowded that you can't even move. Picture below w/ few people is rare.
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Is City of Dreams in Manila, PH called such cause people pack up & go to Manila full of dreams but end up disappointed so they just created an establishment resembling it? lol
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Be careful with cheap beauty products that guarantee satisfaction and fast effect. They are offering lots of ads in online selling promising to look good but seems feedbacks doesn't cooperate.
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Prayers for the people in Batanes.
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Overworked & underpaid. Is that the new trend in PH? Oh wait, it's not. It's been happening since ages ago. Where is the justice for Filipino workers? I wonder if this situation will ever change.
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💡 Trivia: There are 8 major 🔊 dialects (languages) in the Philippines: Bikol, Cebuano, Hiligaynon, Ilocano, Kapampangan, Pangasinan, Tagalog & Waray. In Manila, we usually speak Tagalog but I'm...
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My sister's pregnant and there's this really big "dog" lurking around our house last night. It is feared that it's an "Aswang". According to PH legends, Aswangs mostly transform as a dog, cat or...
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For some reason, Starbucks became like a symbol of status in PH. - someone from Twitter
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We're finally decorating for 🎅 Christmas!! 🎄 I'm happy about it! We're recycling the previous years of decoration to save some money and resources. I hope this season somehow soothes the....
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