Many articles on Philippines First Railway say it was built by the Spanish, while it is true that the Philippines First Railway Line was built under Spanish rule and it was a royal decree issued by King Alfonso XII of […]
Culture shock can range be simply that something is done differently to what you are used too, right through to something that you find really shocking, or something that makes you feel bad, and many things in between. Philippines Culture […]
Because of the deadly attacks on Priests in the Philippines Priests with guns could become commonplace as Priests apply to arm themselves. Philippine National Police has received applications for permits to carry from 188 priests and another 58 preachers and […]
Following the end of Martial Law a snap election was held on the 7th February 1986 this election in turn led to the downfall of President Marcos via the People Power Revolution (Also known as EDSA 1.) On a political […]
Getting married in the Philippines Please take extreme care when getting married in the Philippines, a lot of marriages are not legal because people take short cuts or unknowingly miss parts of the process. Our advice if you are getting […]
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