They call it: Dirty Ice Cream. Only few of this kind could be found roaming on the streets today. This is in front of San Pedro Cathedral in Davao City.
During the Christmas break last year, I was a little bit bored at home — surfing the net, reading some work-related stuff, web weaving,etc. Although I’ve been thinking of redesigning my website for the past months, it was only during the Christmas break when I decided to start some things rolling. I looked at some… read more →
Agdao Market, Davao City
MATI CITY, Davao Oriental – Waves lap up the shallow shores of Sitio Wagon in Barangay (village) Macambol as fishermen and their families work and live off the bountiful waters of Pujada Bay. The noise of the waves mixes with that of an electric plainer being used to shape the belly of a new banca… read more →
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LAKE SEBU, South Cotabato (LRC-KsK/FOE Philippines-Davao) — Nestled on top of the Daguma Mountain Range, sitio Datal Bonlangon of barangay Ned in Lake Sebu, South Cotabato is home to T’boli villagers who were robbed of their rights to their ancestral land and deprived of their economic activities. Once a farming village of indigenous peoples, the… read more →