SVD BLOGGERS April 29, 2009Posted by Fr. Felmar Castrodes Fiel, SVD in Mission Anecdotes, Seminary Life, SVD, SVD Bloggers, SVD Jokes, SVD Philippines Centennial.
Tags: Argentina, Belgium, Botswana, Bro. Errol Torres SVD, Congo, Divine Word School of Theology, Fr. Adonis Narcelles SVD, Fr. Ariel Tampus SVD, Fr. Arnold Biago SVD, Fr. Bernard Collera SVD, Fr. Dondion Soriano SVD, Fr. Elmer Ibarra SVD, Fr. Felix Ferrer SVD, Fr. Felmar Fiel SVD, Fr. Ferdimar Faminialagao SVD, Fr. Genesis Velez SVD, Fr. Jaekel Solde SVD, Fr. Jaimelito Gealan SVD, Fr. Judy Baňez SVD, Fr. Jun Balay SVD, Fr. Michael Layugan SVD, Fr. Nonito Gallego SVD, Fr. Randy Flores SVD, Fr. Ross Heruela SVD, Frt. Abraham Ronald Borja SVD, Frt. Ferdinand Bajao SVD, Frt. Melchor Fuerzas SVD, Frt. Nelson Barbarona SVD, Frt. Ritchelle Salinas SVD, Germany, Hongkong, Japan, Kenya, New Zealand, Philippines, SVD
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Here is my list of SVD bloggers and they are all around the world!
Brother Errol Torres, SVD – Blog of Brothers
Fr. Adonis Narcelles, SVD – Berlin IMPRESSIONS
Fr. Ariel Tampus, SVD – Sharing the World to the World
Fr. Arnold Biago, SVD – Homilies
Fr. Bernard Collera, SVD – Reflections
Fr. Dondion Soriano, SVD – Welcome, Mga Kapuso’t Kapamilya
Fr. Elmer Ibarra, SVD – Your Mate Down Under
Fr. Felix Ferrer, SVD – Happylex
Fr. Felmar Fiel, SVD – Felmar’s Missionary Journey
Fr. Ferdimar Faminialagao, SVD – Japsaya
Fr. Genesis Velez, SVD – SVD Pinoy
Fr. Jaekel Solde, SVD – Sabaw sa Balbakwa
Fr. Jaimelito Gealan, SVD – Fr. Heart’s Domain
Fr. Judy Baňez, SVD – Judy’s Site
Fr. Jun Balay, SVD – Jun Haus
Fr. Michael Layugan, SVD – Divine Word School of Theology
Fr. Nonito Gallego, SVD – From a Distance
Fr. Randy Flores, SVD – Divine Word Seminary
Fr. Ross Heruela, SVD – Witness to the Word
Frt. Abraham Ronald Borja, SVD – Frozen Events
Frt. Feure du Nand Bajeaux, SVD – Shine!
Frt. Melchor Fuerzas, SVD – Seminary Life
Frt. Nelson Barbarona, SVD – My Home Away from Home
Frt. Ritchelle Salinas, SVD – Ritch and Pour
GO, TEAM PHILIPPINES!!! January 8, 2009Posted by Fr. Felmar Castrodes Fiel, SVD in New Seven Wonders, Tourism.
Tags: Angel Falls, Australia, Black Forest, Bohol, Chocolate Hills, Ecuador, Galapagos Island, Germany, Great Barrier Reef, Hundred Islands, Indonesia, Komodo Island, Malaysia, Mount Mayon, Mount Pinatubo, Mount Taal of Batangas, Palawan, Pampanga, Pangasinan, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Sipadan Island, Underground River, Venezuela
THE FIRST ROUND IS OVER!!!
From the 6 Philippine bets, my highly supported wonder of Palawan, the Underground River is now the remaining national qualifier for the global online voting on the New 7 Wonders of Nature.
Puerto Princesa Subterranean River Park bested the Chocolate Hills of Bohol, Mount Mayon of Bicol Region, Hundred Islands of Pangasinan, Mount Pinatubo of Pampanga and Mount Taal of Batangas to qualify for the second round of online voting.
The Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park is located about 50 km north of the city of Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines. It features a limestone karst mountain landscape with an 8.2 km. navigable underground river. A distinguishing feature of the river is that it winds through a cave before flowing directly into the South China Sea. It includes major formations of stalactites and stalagmites, and several large chambers. The lower portion of the river is subject to tidal influences. The underground river is reputed to be the world’s longest. At the mouth of the cave, a clear lagoon is framed by ancient trees growing right to the water’s edge. Monkeys (THEIR MONKEYS ARE VERY FRIENDLY, WAG LANG MAGDALA NG PAGKAIN LALO NA SAGING PARA DI AGAWIN NG MGA UNGGOY), large monitor lizards (LARGE TALAGA AS IN, LIZARDS WALK SIDE BY SIDE WITH VISITORS!!!), and squirrels find their niche on the beach near the cave.
Out of the 400 plus nominees last year, 261 qualified national and multinational nominees are now competing to make it to the top 77. All nominees are clearly defined natural sites or natural monuments that were NOT created or significantly altered by humans for aesthetic reasons.
ONE VOICE, MANY VOTES
Yes, every online voter can choose 7 natural wonders. For example, aside from the Undergound River, I also voted for Komodo Island of Indonesia, Black Forest of Germany, Great Barrier Reef of Australia/Papua New Guinea, Angel Falls of Venezuela, Galapagos Island of Ecuador and Sipadan Island of Malaysia.
Please cast for votes now for the next round of voting, click here
GO TEAM PHILIPPINES!!!