Because of a cholera epidemic in Manila 3,000 plus Filipinos went on a violent rampage as they turned their anger against foreigners in the city. 125 were killed and many more injured, British, Chinese, French and Russians were butchered. On […]
Before anyone gets upset we will make it clear that we do not blame Filipinos it is not their fault that Manila is a mistake. The reason why Manila is a mistake lays mainly with the Spanish and maybe with […]
In 1935 the Philippines nearly became part of the British Commonwealth of Nations which would mean Queen Elizabeth II would be Queen of the Philippines. On the 20th of January 1935 a secret liaison agent working for President Quezon contacted […]
Many students expected to start back to school today after a long holiday only for it to be announced that all Cavite schools are closed because of rain. Others started last week so did manage a week at school before […]
After yesterday’s PLDT fibre cable breaks we are still getting reports from people saying PLDT is still slow. it has now been 30 hours since the problem was first reported. Latest update from PLDT At 2:30pm 1st June we spoke […]
This morning following our report on PLDT outage on the 31st May 2018 which left Manila, Makati, Pasay, Laguna and Cavite with slow or no internet for over 15 hours we received the email below from a PLDT Customer in […]
We reported earlier today about the problem of no or slow PLDT Fibr connections in the Cavite area, we have since heard that it is also affecting Manila, Makati, Pasay, Laguna and Cavite and it affecting voice and data services. […]
This morning 31st may 2018 at 7:00am PLDT informs us that people in Cavite Philippines were reporting that they had slow or no internet. At 2:00pm we contacted PLDT again and were informed PLDT are still verifying if there is […]
OzPhil College is a school that offers a western, modern style of education in the Philippines and is producing great results. The president and founder of the school Delia C. Pascua-McGlew has been an educator for 30 years (27 years […]
The Battle of Manila Bay took place on the 1st May 1898. The American Asiatic Squadron which was under the command of Commodore George Dewey destroyed the Spanish Pacific Squadron in Manila Bay. History books record it as a great […]
If you are looking for a place to spend the night or a weekend in Batangas I highly recommend Martinello’s Bed and Breakfast Nasugbu . Martinello’s Bed and Breakfast has a beautiful view of Papaya cove, it is a very […]
Battle of Perez Dasmariñas 1897 History books call it the Battle of Perez Dasmariñas, however, a better name would be the Battle of Dasmariñas as it was many battles spread out over Dasmariñas that went on from March the 7th through to […]
Traffic enforces in the Philippines are known worldwide for their dancing, but it now seems they are making drivers dance with the help of a taser. A video showing a Cavite traffic enforcer using a taser on a motorist has […]
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