Boracay Notes

At the Caticlan Port, you would need to pay Php 100 per person. [Environmental fee of Php 50, Terminal fee of Php 20, Boat fee of Php 30]
  • You could walk going to the beach to save money, but you could ride a tricycle which costs Php 5 going to D*Talipapa or Php 7 going to D*Mall. My team had tried walking in going to the beach, and its fun.
  • Restaurant there are too expensive, you could eat a chicken meal at Cindy’s or Mang Inasal for less than Php 80.
  • At the Boracay Port we only paid Php 39.50. [That is Terminal fee of Php 20, Boat fee of Php 19.50]

I also want to try Helmet Reef Walking.I hear it is only for P1,500 for 30 minutes. Sounds reasonable enough.

Parasailing seems like a good plan. I asked a fellow blogger how much it cost. She says it only cost her P1,000 for each when she tried it with her husband. [Read more...]

English Exams

One of the requirements of going abroad is for me to pass the English exam. What is required for me to take is the IELTS exam when migrating to Canada, Australia, New Zealand and United Kingdom.
Here are the test centers in the Cebu City and their contact numbers.

I’ve learned.

I love learning new things. School is cool. I can rant how bad the teachers are or the classmates. 

But I still think school is cool!


My grades are high except for one subject. I always knew I wouldn’t get a better rating in this class. Oh well, at least I passed.

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Back in the Training Room

Due to America’s recession, the site and division that I am supporting closed down last March 27.

Now, I’m back in the classroom and learning to be a technical support representative and a quality evaluator at the same time.

Yes, I’m no techie person. Everything about it is “nosebleed”. But no worries. I have got to be positive about things and what life has given me. Everything is still a blessing, ain’t it. [Read more...]

From Scratch

I made a mistake in not buying my own domain the first time and I’m not doing it again. My other personal blog still has the “.blogger” to it and now that it has increased rank I could not bare losing the rank Google gave it. Thus, the birth of MalDeeTuh Ramblings. The same pseudonym can be found in mypodcasting site. In there, you will hear my voice. I just need to build up this site with a lot of posts and get it aged before buying it for real. Give me three months to work on this baby blog. And I definitely need to get a hold of that new DELL Laptop that was promised to me. Hopefully, the specifications are great. This is what I was dreaming of.

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