Wednesday, April 22, 2009

TuhiAn BeacH

Tuhian Beach

With its white sand beaches and crystal clear water, Tuhian is destined to become one of the best tourist destination on this part of Quezon.

In the morning, one can buy varieties of fish and seafoods at reasonable prices. During low-tides, you will see several fishermen hunting for different types of edible shells, crabs, and octopuses on the parts of the beach where mangrove trees grow abundantly.

Tara na sa Tuhian mura d2,150- 250 per cottage. 50 pesos per person s swimming pool, libre s dagat, white sand pa..! saan kapa sa Tuhian na..

Monday, April 20, 2009

Catanauan Quezon

The Municipality of Catanauan (Filipino: Bayan ng Catanauan) is a first class municipality in the province of Quezon, Philippines. According to the 2007 census, it has a population of 65,705.


The existence of Catanauan as a pueblo (town) was first recorded in the map of Father Pedro Murillo dated on 1734. The petitio dated 1685 of Bishop Andres Gonzales of Nueva Caceres, Naga City requesting the king of Spain to have Masbater and the Pueblo of Catanauan assigned to Recollect Order was reflective of the early creation of Catanauan. The recognized foundation year of the Municipality was 1713 called as NABATASAN.

In the late 18th and 19th century, there were frequent Moro raids. These occurrences prompted the people to construct two small stone forts or watch towers (MAGKATANAWAN) mounted with artillery. Santa Maria watch tower was located at Lot 21 psc-2 near the present wharf is located. Castillo watch tower stood at the intersection of present Rizal and Boncan Street. Hence,the name CATANAUAN was so derived.


Catanauan's historical heritage "Boling boling Festival 2009" was featured live on Feb 23rd Umagang Kay Ganda (Beautiful Morning), a morning show airing on ABS-CBN.

Umagang Kay Ganda anchor Winne Cordero was in Catanauan and had a live interview with Ms. Malou Baticulon on Uraro Cookies, Mrs. Apura and Mrs. Cadiz regarding facts on Boling-boling Festival and a message from Mayor RamonOrfanel.

The program also featured Catanauan products including wood/bamboo furnitures, agricultual produce, herbal products, uraro cookies, house accessories and banana chips. There was also a short special coverage in a fish sanctuary project under-going at Barangay Ajos which is headed by Mr. Gabriel Tan. The project, if becomes successful, would help the barangay fishermen because they would be able to catch 10-50kgs of maya-maya,lapu-lapu, talimutok and other fishes in the area. Mr. Gabriel Tan is hoping that the project could become a model one in town.

This year's theme of Boling-boling Festival is "Tuklasin sa pusod ng Bondoc Peninsula, Isang Bayan, Isang Kultura, Isang Musika.Watch Catanauan at Umagang Kay Ganda: * Take note that it is only part of the whole program, so please set the playing time to the following to directly access the Catanauan live coverage. Umagang Kay Ganda, Feb 23, 2009 Part 1 12:16 - 13:47 36:14 - 37:52 69:29 - 70:59 Umagang Kay Ganda, Feb 23, 2009 Part 1 00:00 - 01:38 50:17 - 54:25

Friday, April 17, 2009


AtLaS is a particle physics experiment at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. Starting in Spring 2009, the ATLAS detector will search for new discoveries in the head-on collisions of protons of extraordinarily high energy. ATLAS will learn about the basic forces that have shaped our Universe since the beginning of time and that will determine its fate. Among the possible unknowns are the origin of mass, extra dimensions of space, microscopic black holes, and evidence for dark matter candidates in the Universe.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

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Luzon at a glance
+ Anilao, Batangas
- Cathedral Rock
- Bahura
- Beatrice Rock
- Sepok Wall
- Bazura
- Twin Rocks
+ Donsol, Sorsogon
+ Palawan
- Busuanga
- El Nido
- Tubbarttaha
+ Puerto Galera/Verde Island
- Canyons
- Hole in the Wall
- St. Christopher
- San Agapito Wall
+ Subic BAy, Zambales

Visayas at a glance
+ Apo Island
+ Bohol
- Balicasag Island
- Pamilacan Island
+ Boracay
+ Cebu
- Malapascua Island
- Moalboal/Pescador Island

Mindanao at a glance
+ Camiguin
+ Davao