Oct 17, 2014

To the Man who truly loved me

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It’s a fine day
And our broken hearts are weeping
Thought we’ve prepared for this day
But nothing can truly prepare anyone for this…
We’ve joked about death
We’ve laughed about coffins, and burials and the high fees for funerals
But no great laughs can abruptly erase—
No joyful moments can cover the utter pain of losing…
I’m about to throw a rose
This red one in Ethan's hand
The first and the last flower I'll ever give to the man
Who wanted me to be “Eric” but had loved me as I am…
I remember the night he knocked in my room
Too weak he tried to go upstairs and asked me to take him to the doctor
Because he couldn’t breathe and he wanted to breathe,
Because he wanted to live…
But he's dead
His heart stopped beating
His body is torn down
And he'll soon be a part of the ground...
I remember him clearly,
Yes I will remember him dearly,
And I will look forward to that day
I’ll see him in eternity.

Aug 27, 2014

Aug 20, 2014

Aug 15, 2014

Can I Get a Hair Rebond after 6 months of Perm?

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***2014 UPDATE: 5 MONTHS AFTER SALON REBONDING AND 2 MONTHS HAIR COLOR, I REBONDED MY HAIR ALL BY MYSELF USING MONDES HAIR REBONDING SYSTEM. READ MORE HERE

ABSOLUTELY YES!!! You just need to find a Salon who knows well how to deal with fragile or damaged permed hair...

I got my hair permed 6 months ago. Here are some photos of my hair treated with TRADITIONAL PERMING. It's not that I regretted getting one, just that recently, the temperature in the Philippines had been seriously high, I felt the urge to remove my curls. Hence I went to a few salons in my hometown and asked some stylists to rebond my hair. As I expected, they all refused. They said exposure to more chemicals will kill the permed parts of my hair so unless I have them cut, rebonding is utterly impracticable. I thought that made sense. I don't want to worsen my hair condition so I was cool with waiting for my perm to grow out.

For a while I got over with my rebonding frustration, until last Tuesday when I met my friend Joy at the dental clinic. Her hair was everything I would want my hair to be in Summer. I must have whined a lot about my hair that she immediately called the Salon owner of Queen's Beauty Salon, Ms. Ann Hernia, and referred me. After my dental appointment, I went straight to the Salon and yes, had my hair rebonded and experienced a Brazilian blowout for the first time.

I made a separate entry about the details of my journey back to chemically straightened hair (click here to read). In the meantime, let me share with you the after treatment photo and video :)

So here's my hair after my first wash... didn't use blower or hair iron. Just let it dry
I washed my hair with water (didn't shampoo), conditioned with iCure for about 5 minutes, towel dried, and here's the result:


My hair remained straight. The permed parts didn't rubberize at all. The hair shine is normal but better than what I expected. The strands are soft to touch. The feel is so light... All in all, I think the Hair Rebond plus Brazilian Blowout at Queen's Beauty Salon did some miracles to my head and by far, the best treatment my hair has ever had. 

I definitely recommend Queen's Beauty Salon for everyone who has hair worries. Trust me, once you go there, all your worries will go away and you'll be left with an AMAZING hair!

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Aug 14, 2014

Travel Restrictions Imposed Upon DOST Scholars Lifted, Tuesday, June 14

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***2014 UPDATE*** (Travel ban is still lifted. We can enjoy travelling without having to apply for clearance...)

The distressing and controversial travel restrictions imposed upon DOST scholars was lifted Tuesday, June 14, 2012,  in what is seen in the memo released by the Bureau of Immigration Commissioner, Ricardo A. David Jr.

Please see screenshot below for the signed copy of Memorandum.


“Pursuant to the legal opinion of the Honorable Department of Justice Secretary particularly disapproving the Memorandum of Agreement between the Department of Science and Technology and the Bureau of Immigration, the Chief of the Information and Communications Technology Section is directed to remove the names of ANY and ALL scholars in the Watchlist (DOST/CHED/SUC Scholars) within five (5) days from receipt of this Order. Pending the total removal of these names, scholars whose names appear in the Watchlist shall be allowed to leave without being required to present any document issued by the Bureau, unless the concerned scholar is prevented to travel by some other lawful case.

The Chief of the Airport Operations Division is directed to inform all supervisors and immigration officers to comply with this directive and insure compliance with the same.”, as stated in the memorandum from Bureau of Immigration commissioner dated June 14, 2012.

The memorandum is addressed to the Chief of Information and Communications Technology Chief, Jolly Bert G. Galleon, and Airport Operations Division Chief, Benito G. Se, Jr., stating the removal of the names of DOST scholars from the watchlist. Thus, starting from June 19, 2012, DOST Scholars will no longer be required to secure TRAVEL CLEARANCE from DOST nor any document from the Bureau of Immigration to travel out of the country unless the concerned scholar is prevented to travel by some other lawful case.

Indeed this is great news for scholars who wish to travel abroad! By the way, for those who haven’t applied for their passports yet, you might want to apply now. Don’t worry, you just need your NSO Birth Certificate and two valid IDs. Please don’t present your NBI clearance with travel restrictions. I’m not sure if you’d be issued with passport because of the travel restriction hit.  

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Aug 13, 2014

Safe and Reliable Car Rentals in Manila

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Ever found yourself undecided of which transport service to choose from loads of car rental companies available online? I know it’s easy to type and search for a car rental service but choosing THE reliable and safe one is a different story.


I’ve been availing transport services for quite a while now—My boyfriend’s in Manila every month and I need to arrange car rentals for him thus transact to a number of car rental companies in Manila and Alabang, Muntinlupa City. I’m going share some companies I proved safe and reliable:

Here's the summary of service comparisons

Avis

AVIS Philippines
Telephone: (+63 2) 462.2881 / 462.2882 / 462.2883
Facsimile: (+63 2) 462.2879 or 462.2880
 Mobile: (GLOBE): 0917.887.2847 / (SMART): 0920.989.2847 / (SUN): 0922.844.5243

Toyco

MANILA MAIN OFFICE
Phone: +632 802-3021 / +632 801-0582
Mobile: +63 923-8432465
e-mail address: manila_toyco@yahoo.com.ph
YM-ID : manila_toyco@yahoo.com.ph

Viajero PH

Rm 401-B 4/F RCI Building
Rada Street, Brgy. San Lorenzo
Legaspi Village
Makati City, Philippines
CONTACTS: +632 8900169 loc. 817
+63 918 948 21 91
+63 905 288 21 56
+632 836 79 97 / +632 890 01 68

AMV Rent-A-Car Service

A.M. Varron Transport Services
#30 Versailles St.Somalia Subdivision,Don Bosco Betterliving Parañaque City
Landline (02) 804-1840 / 804-2040
Mobile  Globe # 0917-930-2493
Smart # 0908-813-5381 / 0939-159-1139
Email and Website Address
http://www.amvrentacar.com.ph
amvrentacarservice@yahoo.com.ph
amvrentacars@yahoo.com.com.ph

How about you? Which car rental company do you recommend?

Aug 12, 2014

Expand your Vocabulary with Vocabulary.com

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I've mentioned before that I’m a firm believer in love and that includes the love for learning. I’m fascinated by how wide my knowledge can expand everyday so I made a commitment to learn something new each day.

One of the things I try to improve daily is my English vocabulary. As an ESL teacher I feel the strong urge to acquire more vocabulary day after day as most of my students expect me to know all the English words [and I’m not even a native English speaker]! Thanks to the tools provided by the Internet, I can do this in a more efficient manner than was possible before.

One of my favorite ESL learning resources is Vocabulary.com. This site is good for English learners who wish to master essential words for academic and business success. 
 
To get started, you just need to answer the challenge of the day. Random sets of vocabulary questions are provided and you just have to select the meaning of each given word from the choices that follow. If you hit the wrong answer, it will lead you to another window with thorough discussion and more sentence examples. You see the photo below? You can also listen to the correct pronunciation of the word. 

screen shot credit to Vocabulary.com :p
I think it’s also an effective way to widen your vocabulary in a specific field of knowledge. Vocabulary.com has several vocabulary list features such as roots & morphology, commencement speeches, news, food and drinks, history, animals, etc…


I highly recommend this website. You should check after all it’s free :-) Or if you’re already using some software or online app, please feel free to share about it in the comment section below! Thanks! 

Happy learning!

Aug 10, 2014

DAMI IM Obsession!

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It's been almost a year now since the time I published my DAMI post [perhaps as one of her armies] - - you can scroll down below to find Dami Im's X-Factor 2013 Journey...

Beautiful Dami!
Photo credit to SMH Au
These days I've been listening to her SUPERLOVE acoustic performance on VEVO. Her voice is the pitchy kind that I'd love to listen to over and over and over and over again... I don't know. Her voice is so clean and mellow and strong at the same time... and really high and angelic and sweet and clear.. crystal clear! Ugh! I think on the average I listen to her Superlove -- wait... I'm counting and now I just realized  I couldn't count the times I listened to her songs -- One thing I'm sure, I listen to her all day long!

Dami really got the X-Factor!!!!

Dami's been really busy traveling to and fro between Brisbane and some Asean countries. I watched her appearances in Korea and my heart melted when she dedicated a song to his husband Noah... the thing is before her song, Noah confessed on an interview his gratitude for Dami's love... he said he was so happy that Dami loved him and stood by him even when he needed to work as a part-time Janitor. He added that Dami has always been proud of him. Awwwww!!! Sweet Dami Dami!!!

HERE!!!!!!!!

I strongly believe Dami is a very kind person and she's actually reaping her good Karma from her 25 years of existence... hehe Honestly I am so sleepy it's almost 2 AM... *yawns*

By the way, the 12 X-Factor 2014 contestants to perform in the lives are revealed... What do you think? I'm rooting for Trill and Reigan Derry though...  

FLASHBACK DAMI: ***POSTED SEPTEMBER 8, 2013***

I’ve been wanting to blog about DAMI IM for two weeks now [sometimes I get confused when I read Dami’s surname from articles, my mind would automatically read it as I’m]. If you follow X Factor, and other reality talent shows on YOUTUBE like me, you’ve probably come across 2013 X Factor Australia’s singing sweetheart *BREATHE* Dami Im [OOPS! There goes the I’m again!].

Photo credit to X Factor Australia 2013
DAMI’S EARLY LIFE

Dami Im was born in South Korea. She migrated to Brisbane with her family [her mom and younger brother Kenny] when she was 9. In an interview, she mentioned that it was a struggle growing and studying in Australia. When she was in her primary school, children teased her terribly because she couldn’t speak English. But music helped her overcome other people’s prejudice. Her exceptional talent in playing the piano has struck people around her and stopped them from looking down at her.

Dami started playing the piano at 5. She attended high school at John Paul College, where her former instructor referred to her as “high-achieving music student who concentrated on piano and violin”. She received many awards including the college's Captain's Cup prize for "the finest all-round cultural person". In college, she went to the University of Queensland and eventually graduated with first class honors in music.

DAMI’S AUDITION ON X FACTOR AUSTRALIA 2013

When I started to watch her audition (see video below), I expected nothing. The video edit seemed to be [a bit] satirical. I mean they used a perky music bed and focused on Dami’s cat-printed stockings! I couldn’t take it seriously, not to mention Dami’s mirthful answer to Ronan when asked about her musical career. She said chuckling, she started singing RECENTLY [LOL] and that people can expect AWESOME SINGING from her. So who’d have believed???

But then she sang Hero by Mariah Carey. Everybody stood up to his feet and screamed in excitement. I was as entertained and blown away as the people there. I guess our prejudice on Dami’s musicality had left us flabbergasted!!!  Ha!

24 year old Dami said she'll try her best so people would like her singing 
and if they don't she still have her husband :) I think it's sweet... 
speaking of her husband, Noah, he is so supportive of her... 
He said he is Dami's no. 1 fan! Awww!

My obsession with Dami doesn’t end there. In fact, it’s just started. Dami continued to Bootcamp but unfortunately messed her performance (see video below). She forgot the lyrics while singing and playing JOLENE. To cut the long story short SHE DIDN’T MAKE IT to the top 24.


BUT as what Dani Minogue had put it, luck was on Dami’s side. She was chosen to join the top 23 and continued to the HOME VISIT after one contestant decided to leave the competition. She went to New York to meet the Minogue sisters. In her home visit she sang IF I WERE A BOY by Beyonce (SEE VIDEO BELOW) and gave a killer performance. So, she made it to the LIVE SHOW!


DAMI ON THE LIVE SHOWS

On the first week here’s what she did:

Dami has never heard of U2's One... I was blown away by this performance! She nailed it!

Result: Standing ovation from the four judges.

On the second week she sang PURPLE RAIN by PRINCE (see video below):


What did just happen?!! She gave another powerhouse vocal performance!

On the third week of the live shows here's what she did!!!

Don't leave me this way Performance by Dami Im

Dami sings ROAR by Katy Perry

Dami Im sings BEST OF YOU by FOO FIGHTERS

This is so touching...

Dami Im's CLARITY!!!

FYI Dami has received 7 consecutive standing Os from the judges now! And it's justifiable! That's why people (including me) go “DAMI NUTS” !!!

Week 8 performance!!!!
Dami is the voice!

Week 9 1 of 2 :)
A perfect vocal performance! :) Dami just sings with full passion! Love this!

Her voice is so clear!!!! :) 
I love Dami!!!!

WEEK 10! Here's what the judges chose for Dami!

Here is Dami's Grand PERFORMANCE!!!! SO ALIVE!!!

I'm definitely LOVING HER! 
GO DAMI!!!!!

DAMI WON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

DAMI’S FASHION

Would you believe I sent Dami a message asking about her attire? I did. I happen to like what she wears. Perhaps because she’s Korean??? 
Rummaged some photos from her FB page!!!! :)
I admire Koreans [and people] who can easily throw a laid-back outfit… I think it’s so neat and real and comfortably beautiful… speaking of which, I want to push this laid-back style in the next few days and since I’m so busy, I tried to browse from ZALORA some Dami inspired outfits. So here are what I found and what I actually plan to order:
Chiffon top and printed skirt.. what do you think?
(Photo credit to Zalora.com.ph)
Great news is that Zalora offers 250 discount voucher when buyers subscribe to their newsletter [lucky me, lucky you!] …and FREE SHIPMENT!!! Yep! Perks of shopping from ZALORA! I can get gorgeous clothes at discounted price without having to exhaust my feet inside the mall! So convenient!

WHAT I LOVE MOST ABOUT DAMI IM

Dami is a proud born-again Christian! She is a baptized, regular worshiper at Brisbane Full Gospel Church, a part of the Assemblies of God community. She sings contemporary gospel music and boldly professes her faith! She is inspirational! (see videos below)... When she sings, I can feel in my heart the message of the song because she sings it with conviction...

Dami does a cover of River by Emelie Sande... This left me in tears... God will always be by our side... we just need to recognize His presence...

Dami sings Amazing Grace

Photo credit to Brisbane Times
The photo above shows Dami Im's pastor at the Brisbane Full Gospel Church, Pastor Joseph Hong, holding Dami's recorded album in 2010. This CD, consisting of gospel tracks including Dami's original composition Little John, was recorded to raise fund for Brisbane Full Gospel Church endeavors. Pastor Hong believes that the secret behind Dami Im's angelic voice and the power behind her singing career success is the Holy Spirit. 

Dami's husband, Noah, is also a member of Brisbane Full Gospel Church.They actually met at that place after Noah finished his military service in Korea and migrated to Australia.

DAMI IM FOR THE WIN

I think Dami got the X Factor show at the moment. If she continues to belt out songs chosen for her by Danii, no doubt she'll be pronounced this year's grand winner. Week after week she comes off better. The reason I see is that she is becoming comfortable performing in a huge crowd. I hope her confidence remains solid and continue to do what she does best...

Even if Dami Im loses X Factor, I think she’s already proven how great of a musician she really is. I just hope she’d create contemporary Christian music to share to the world. And I hope she continues to enthuse other people with her story, her X Factor experience, and most of all with her faith and spirituality.

DEAR DAMI, If you read this, I want to say, thank you for the inspiration :) And best of luck to your music career! God bless you and your family more!

Aug 9, 2014

Blog Template Tweak Tips

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It’s been a long week of tweaking… finally, after some serious trial-and-errors, I found the palette that I like. Thanks to DesignSeeds BEADED TONES for color inspirations! I I think if you’re into web designing, this site could be a good resource for you.  

You know I am not a web designer but am really interested in learning it. What I’ve been doing is to read e-books about web development and check some great resources. Speaking of which, I think the most helpful for me is W3School -- I get all the codes here.

Uhm, someone asked me where I bought my template – I didn’t. I just customize the templates I’ve downloaded from before… until I come up with something decent.

I think, if you design your site you have to bear these in mind (or at least consider):

1. Keep your site neat and easy to navigate. I think if I arrive at a site as cluttered as a junk drawer I’d leave right away.

2. Use at most 2 different font styles in your CSS. It makes the pages load faster.

3. Try to coordinate your colors and designs. Find inspirations here: DESIGN SEEDS

4. Create a unique FABCON, HEADER, BACKGROUND IMAGES and don’t forget to – Save all the images that you use in your OWN web album (like PICASA WEB ALBUMS). Don’t just copy an image link online, chances are they could be taken down anytime or have copyright restrictions.

MY NEW HEADER!!! YAY!!! WHAT DO YOU THINK??? 
I save the image on my picasa web albums then copy their links to my template
5. Don’t be afraid to experiment. Try different codes… INSPECT other site elements and see how it could work on your site. BUT!! DON’T FORGET TO SAVE/ Back-up before you edit your html!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!      

You see?? I try to experiment the designs I'd like overall... the position of the icons/ text/ all other elements... until I get the most I like   
When you're done, it's also nice to ask your friends about their honest opinion on your new design...

So... Just that! Hope you got something/ a little thing/ anything from this post!

How is everything going? Hmmm! Let's all have an awesome weekend!

Aug 7, 2014

Let's Skydive in Cebu!

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Great news dauntless [and beginner skydivers]! Safe, world class skydiving is now physically possible in Bantayan Island!

Skydive Greater Cebu offers you the opportunity to race through the sky and experience the astounding sensation of freefall — with USPA Tandem Instructor, Safety & Training Advisor (S&TA), Brad Vancina — in Bantayan Island, Cebu, Philippines from January - April 2015.

Photo credit to Brad Vancina :)

What to expect on the skydiving day?

1. A brief instructional class followed by an informational video on the basic fundamentals of skydiving –exiting the plane, free fall, piloting the canopy, and landing.
2. A single Tandem Skydive harnessed to a professional Tandem Instructor.
3. A 5-7 minute canopy descent from 5,500 ft overlooking the breath taking view of Bantayan Island.
4. A certificate of completion.

When is it available?

This skydiving adventure is open for pre-registration all year round. Jumps takes place on January 15, 2015 until April 31 of the same year. 

Who is it suitable for?

Minimum age is 18 years. You must bring a valid photo ID that states your age (drivers license, state ID, or passport). Weight limit is 250 lbs. The operator does, however, reserve the right to refuse anyone they deem not suitable for the extreme activity. Anyone else will be required to sign a declaration on the day of the course stating no serious illness or disability.

How much does it cost?

Php 17,500.00 per person if you pre-register. Regular rate is Php 19,500.00.

What’s included in the experience?

1. 1 tandem jump
2. Still photos
3. Videos
4. Certificate

**Jump is in Bantayan island, Cebu -- transportation to and from Bantayan is NOT included.
**Pre-registration fee of Php 2500 will be deducted from the package and is NON-REFUNDABLE.
**Discount will only be available for the first 50pax pre-registrants. 

For those who are interested for next year's tandem skydive in Bantayan Island, Cebu, 
please fill-up this form and send back to them at skydive_cebu@yahoo.com 

To know more about the paradise Bantayan Island, Cebu
Click below
http://wowbantayan.com/wowhome/


One-minute freefall from 12,500 ft in wind speeds of up to 120 mph – it’ll surely be your adventure of a lifetime! 

SO??? Have you decided yet??? 

IT'S INDEED MORE FUN IN THE PHILIPPINES!

**All Photo Credits to Skydive Greater Cebu**

Aug 3, 2014

Aug 1, 2014

Updated Bus Fares (2014)

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***LAST UPDATED AUGUST 1, 2014***

VICTORY LINER SCHEDULE & FARE



FOR OTHER TERMINAL STATIONS SCHEDULE PLEASE VISIT THEIR WEBSITE HERE.

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PARTAS BUS LINES

PARTAS
SCHEDULE
DESTINATION

Pasay Station
06:00 PM - Standard (AC)
Laoag

Pasay Station
07:00 PM - Standard (AC)
Vigan

Pasay Station
08:00 PM - Standard (AC)
Laoag/Abra

Pasay Station
09:00 PM - Standard (AC)
Vigan

Pasay Station
10:00 PM - Standard (AC)
Laoag/Abra/Vigan

Pasay Station
11PM/12AM - Standard (AC)
Laoag/Abra/Vigan


DESTINATION
BUS TYPE
FARES

VIGAN
STANDARD AIRCON
585-685

VIGAN
DELUXE W/ CR
700-800

LAOAG
STANDARD/FIRSTCLASS/SUPER DELUXE
797/ 900/ 965



PARTAS BUS TRIPS SCHEDULES (CUBAO BUS TERMINAL) 
TRIP NUMBER
    TIME
ROUTE
1
1:00AM
VIGAN
2
2:00AM
LAOAG
3
3:30AM
ABRA
4
4:30AM
SFLU
5
5:30AM
LAOAG
6
6:30AM
ABRA
7
7:00AM
SFLU
8
7:00AM
CLARK
9
7:15AM
CANDON
10
8:00AM
LAOAG
11
8:30AM
ABRA
12
9:15AM
VIGAN
13
10:00AM
SFLU
14
10:00AM
LAOAG
15
11:00AM
ABRA
16
11:30AM
SFLU
17
11:30AM
CLARK
18
12:00NN
LAOAG
19
12:45PM
ABRA
20
1:15PM
VIGAN
21
2:00PM
SFLU
22
2:45PM
ABRA
23
3:30PM
LAOAG
24
4:15PM
VIGAN
25
5:00PM
SFLU
26
5:30PM
LAOAG
27
6:15PM
ABRA
28
7:00PM
VIGAN
29
8:00PM
SFLU
30
8:00PM
LAOAG
31
9:00PM
ABRA
32
9:00PM
VIGAN
33
10:00PM
ABRA
34
10:00PM
LAOAG
35
10:00PM
CANDON
36
11:00PM
VIGAN
37
11:00PM
LAOAG
38
12:00MN
ABRA
39
12:00MN
LAOAG
 Note: Schedules may change without prior notice.

PARTAS BUS COMPANY CONTACT NUMBERS
Pasay Terminal:852-8194
Cubao Terminal:727-8278
Sampaloc Terminal:743-3242
Laoag Terminal: 771-4898, 771-1514
Abra Terminal:752-8262, 752-861
Vigan Terminal:722-2933, 722-3369
La Union Terminal:242-0465
Baguio Terminal:444-8431

VICTORY LINER
SCHEDULE
DESTINATION
FARE
CUBAO Station
10:15 AM - Deluxe w/ CR
BAGUIO
P715.00
CUBAO Station
11:15 AM - Deluxe w/ CR
BAGUIO
P715.00
CUBAO Station
12:15 PM - Deluxe w/ CR
BAGUIO
P715.00
CUBAO Station
13:15 PM - Deluxe w/ CR
BAGUIO
P715.00
PASAY Station
11:15 AM - Deluxe w/ CR
BAGUIO
P750.00
PASAY Station
11:45 PM - Deluxe w/ CR
BAGUIO
P750.00
PASAY Station
13:15 PM - Deluxe
BAGUIO
P650.00




PEÑAFRNCIA TOURS
SCHEDULE
DESTINATION
FARE
CUBAO Station
21:00 PM - Benz Deluxe (w/ CR)
NAGA
P900.00
CUBAO Station
21:00 PM - Benz Deluxe (w/ CR)
LEGAZPI
P1100.00
CUBAO Station
19:30 PM - Standard Aircon (2x2)
LAGONOY/GOA
P775.00
CUBAO Station
20:00 PM - Standard Aircon (2x2)
LEGAZPI
P800.00
CUBAO Station
20:00 PM - Standard Aircon (2x2)
NAGA
P700.00




ISAROG BUS LINES
SCHEDULE
DESTINATION
FARE
CUBAO Station
20:00 PM - Xtreme Lazyboy (w/ CR)
NAGA
P1000.00
CUBAO Station
20:00 PM - Sleeper Bus (w/ CR)
NAGA
P1200.00
CUBAO Station
21:00 PM - Standard Aircon (2x2)
NAGA
P700.00




CAGSAWA TRAVEL
SCHEDULE
DESTINATION
FARE
CUBAO Station
08:00 AM - Royal Class (2x2)
NAGA/LEGAZPI
P750/850
CUBAO Station
16:30 PM - Royal Class (2x2)
NAGA/LEGAZPI
P750/850
CUBAO Station
17:30 PM - Business Class (2x2)
NAGA/LEGAZPI
P700/800
CUBAO Station
18:30 PM - Elite Class (2x1)
NAGA/LEGAZPI
P920.00
CUBAO Station
19:00 PM - Royal Class (2x2)
NAGA/LEGAZPI
P750/850
CUBAO Station
19:30 PM - Busines Class (2x2)
NAGA/LEGAZPI
P700/800
CUBAO Station
20:30 PM - Royal Class (2x2)
NAGA/LEGAZPI
P750/850
Ermita Station
19:00 PM - Elite Class (2x1)
NAGA/LEGAZPI
P920.00
Ermita Station
19:30 PM - Royal Class (2x2)
NAGA/LEGAZPI
P750/850




RSL TRANSPORT
SCHEDULE
DESTINATION
FARE
Cubao Station
15:30 PM - Economy
Virac/San Andres
-
Cubao Station
16:00 PM - Standard (AC)
Tabacco via Sabluyon
-
Cubao Station
16:30 PM - Standard (AC)
Virac/San Andres
-
Cubao Station
17:00 PM - Standard (AC)
Virac/San Andres
-
Cubao Station
17:30 PM - Standard (AC)
Bulan, Sorsogon
P1300
Cubao Station
18:00 PM - Standard (AC)
Virac/San Andres
-
Cubao Station
18:30 PM - Standard (AC)
Naga/Legazpi/Tabacco
-
Cubao Station
20:30 PM - Standard (AC)
Naga/Legazpi/Tabacco
-
Cubao Station
21:00 PM - Standard (AC)
Naga
-




RAYMOND
SCHEDULE
DESTINATION
FARE
Cubao Station
04:00 AM - Economy
Legazpi
-
Cubao Station
07:00 AM - Economy
Sabang
-
Cubao Station
07:30 AM - Standard (AC)
Gubat
-
Cubao Station
09:30 AM - Standard (AC)
Legazpi/Tabacco
-
Cubao Station
12:00 PM - Standard (AC)
Legazpi
-
Cubao Station
14:00 PM - Standard (AC)
Legazpi/Tabacco
-
Cubao Station
15:00 PM - Economy
Sabang
-
Cubao Station
16:00 PM - Standard (AC)
Gubat
-
Cubao Station
21:00 PM - Standard (AC)
Naga
-
Cubao Station
17:00 PM - Economy
Sabang
-
Cubao Station
17:30 PM - Standard (AC)
Legazpi/Tabacco
-
Cubao Station
19:00 PM - Standard (AC)
Legazpi/Tabacco
-
Cubao Station
19:30 PM - Standard (AC)
Lagonoy
-
Cubao Station
19:30 PM - Economy
Calabanga
-
Cubao Station
20:30 PM - Standard (AC)
Legazpi/Tabacco
-
Cubao Station
21:00 PM - Economy
Sabang
-
Cubao Station
21:30 PM - Standard (AC)
Iriga
-
Cubao Station
23:30 PM - Standard (AC)
Legazpi
-




ALPS
SCHEDULE
DESTINATION
FARE
Cubao Station
10:00 AM - Economy
Legazpi/Tabacco
-
Cubao Station
12:00 PM - Economy
Legazpi/Tabacco
-
Cubao Station
15:00 PM - Economy
Legazpi/Tabacco
-
Cubao Station
16:00 AM - Economy
Tabacco via Sabloyon
-
Cubao Station
18:00 PM - Business (AC) WIFI
Legazpi/Tabacco
-
Cubao Station
20:00 PM - Business (AC) WIFI
Legazpi/Tabacco
-
Cubao Station
21:45 PM - Business (AC) WIFI
Legazpi/Tabacco
-
Cubao Station
09:00 AM - Economy
ILOILO via Ivisan
-
Cubao Station
11:00 AM - Economy
ILOILO via Passi
-


DOMINION
SCHEDULE
DESTINATION
FARE
Cubao Station
03:00 AM - Standard/Economy
Vigan, Ilocos Sur
-
Cubao Station
06:30 AM - Standard/Economy
Vigan, Ilocos Sur
-
Cubao Station
14:00 AM - Standard/Economy
Vigan, Ilocos Sur
-
Cubao Station
18:30 AM - Standard/Economy
Vigan, Ilocos Sur
-
Cubao Station
20:30 AM - Standard/Economy
Vigan, Ilocos Sur
-
Cubao Station
22:30 AM - Standard/Economy
Vigan, Ilocos Sur
-
Cubao Station
05:30 AM - Standard/Economy
Bangue, Abra
-
Cubao Station
07:30 AM - Standard/Economy
Bangue, Abra
-
Cubao Station
13:00 PM - Standard/Economy
Bangue, Abra
-
Cubao Station
17:00 PM - Standard/Economy
Bangue, Abra
-
Cubao Station
20:00 PM - Standard/Economy
Bangue, Abra
-
Cubao Station
21:00 PM - Standard/Economy
Bangue, Abra
-

Note: Above Fare and Schedule subject to change without prior notice.

ULTRABUS SCHEDULES

ORIGIN: PASAY BUS TERMINAL

DESTINATION
DEPARTURE
Southern Leyte: San Ricardo via Abuyog, Silago, Liloan, San Fracisco
7:00AM-8:00AM
Southern Leyte: San Ricardo via Agas, Sugod, Liloan, San Fracisco
8:00AM-9:00AM
Southern Leyte: Maasin via Bato, Sogod, P. Burgos
10:00AM-11:00AM
Leyte: Palompon via Bato, Ormoc, Isabel
11:00AM-12:00AM
Southern Leyte: Maasin via Bato, Matalom
2:00PM-3:00AM


ULTRABUS
CONTACTS:
CUBAO ARANETA BUS TERMINAL
984-7255
PASAY BUS TERMINAL
852-9492
TACLOBAN BUS STATION
(053) 341-3892
MAASIN BUS STATION
(053) 381-3949
ULTRA BUS COMPANY 
553-8627




EAGLESTAR BUS SCHEDULES

ORIGIN: PASAY BUS TERMINAL

DESTINATION
DEPARTURE
Southern Leyte: Silago, Liloan
9:00AM
Easter Samar: Borongan, Guiuan, Dolores, Quinapondan
11:00AM
Leyte: Naval, Culaba, Caibiran
10:00AM
Leyte: Ormoc, Maasin
11:30AM
Leyte: Palompon, Ormoc
11:00AM




SILVER STAR BUS COMPANY SCHEDULES
CONTACT NOS:
551-2147

709-2729

ORIGIN: CUBAO BUS TERMINAL

DESTINATION
DEPARTURE
Southern Leyte: Liloan, Silago via Abuyog
11:30AM
Leyte: Palompon, Guiuan
12:00PM
Norther Samar, Catarman, Rawis, Catubig
5:30PM
Sorsogon: Gubat, Bulan
7:30PM


ORIGIN: PASAY BUS TERMINAL

DESTINATION
DEPARTURE
Bohol: Ubay - Tagbilaran (MWF)
7:30AM
Bohol: Ubay - Tagbilaran (TU-TH-SAT-SUN)
7:30AM
Leyte: Leyte, Biliran, Culaba
9:00AM
Leyte: Ormoc, Tacloban, Villaba, San Isidro
10:30AM
Norther Samar, Catarman, Rawis, Catubig, Las Navas
12:00PM
Leyte: Maasin via Bay Bay, Hilangos, Matalom
12:00PM
Leyte: Maasin via Sogod, Tomas Upos, Macrohon
12:00PM
Leyte: Naval, Macupa, Leyte-Leyte, Biliran
5:00PM


SILVER STAR BUS COMPANY
CONTACTS:
CUBAO ARANETA BUS TERMINAL
439-8768
PASAY BUS TERMINAL
851-8721
BUENDIA BUS STATION
401-2587
EDSA PAYATAS-QC BUS STATION
428-1946
SILVER STAR - SAN PEDRO, LAGUNA
808-3344
FOR CUBAO TRY CONTACTING:                                                                         551-2147/ 709-2729



PP BUS LINE SCHEDULES

ORIGIN: PASAY BUS TERMINAL

DESTINATION
DEPARTURE
Tacloban, Naval, Tucdao, Culaba
9:30AM
Ormoc, Matagob, Villaba, San Isidro
10:30AM
Ormoc, Merida, Isabel, Palompon
11:30AM
Baybay, Bato, Sogod, Maasin
12:00PM
Taft, Borongan, Llorente, Guiuan
1:00PM
Ormoc, Merida, Isabel, Palompon
1:00PM
Surigao, Cantiran, Tandag, Mangagoy
2:00PM
Surigao, Butuan, San France, Tagum, Davao
4:30PM


PP BUS LINE
CONTACTS:
PASAY BUS TERMINAL 
439-3078
PASAY BUS TERMINAL 
0919-5340702




MEGA BUS COMPANY SCHEDULES

ORIGIN: PASAY BUS TERMINAL

DESTINATION
TYPE
BOHOL
AC/NAC
MAASIN
AC/NAC


MEGA BUS COMPANY
CONTACTS:
PASAY BUS TERMINAL 
0920-7836636




SUPER 5 BUS TRANSPORT SCHEDULES

ORIGIN: PASAY BUS TERMINAL
FARE:
PHP1000 - NAC
PHP 1500 - AC
DESTINATION
FREQUENCY
BOHOL
DAILY
MAASIN
DAILY
ORMOC
DAILY
SAMAR
DAILY
LEYTE
DAILY
MINDANAO: Lipata, Surigao, Butuan, Tagum, Tandag, Davao
DAILY


SUPER 5 BUS TRANSPORT
CONTACTS:
PASAY BUS TERMINAL 
0908-5083773
CUBAO BUS TERMINAL
0949-6613415


DIMPLE STAR BUS TRANSPORT




ORIGIN:
ARANETA CUBAO TERMINAL

DESTINATION
DEPARTURE
CONTACTS
MINDORO
5:00AM
0908.696.4803
MINDORO
12:00PM
0928.413.4565
MINDORO
6:00PM
517.9677






ORIGIN:
ALABANG - METROPOLIS

DESTINATION
DEPARTURE
CONTACTS
MINDORO
6:00AM
664.7796
MINDORO
9:00AM
809.7796
MINDORO
1:00PM
0919.429.1999
MINDORO
6:00PM

MINDORO
7:00PM

MINDORO
9:00PM







ORIGIN:
SAMPALOC, ESPANA

DESTINATION
DEPARTURE
CONTACTS
MINDORO
8:00AM
985.1451
MINDORO
5:00PM
0908.926.9163
MINDORO
8:00PM







ORIGIN:
PASAY

DESTINATION
DEPARTURE
CONTACTS
MINDORO
9:00PM
407.4614
MINDORO
6:00PM
0928.603.3691
MINDORO
9:00PM







ORIGIN:
SANTOLAN

DESTINATION
DEPARTURE
CONTACTS
MINDORO
6:00AM
416.8956
MINDORO
1:00PM

MINDORO
7:00PM


LAOAG - VIGAN - (PARTAS) - PHP 175 AC
LAOAG - PAGUDPUD - PHP 60 NAC

- FARES AND SCHEDULES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE.
- PLEASE CONTACT THE OPERATOR FOR THE LATEST SCHEDULES.



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