Monthly Archives: November 2010

Google Map Update for Sorsogon City

In the last several months, I am fascinated by Google Map that I decided to add certain places in my hometown. Sadly, high definition map doesn’t cover the 2 districts – Bacon and Sorsogon. To name a few: Colegio de … Continue reading

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Different Environment Altogether

While checking my mom’s laptop during my 2-day stay in Sorsogon, I noticed that the reflection of the sun ( around 1030am) was quite different. The reflection was different due to the fact that it reflected on the leaves (we … Continue reading

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Sorsogon’s High Resolution Update from Google Maps

  More than a couple of weeks ago, I noticed that Google Maps came with a high res map of Capuy and Bulabog. So I immediately published 2 places – the grotto and Pepita park – on the map. And … Continue reading

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Globe Service in Sorsogon City III

During my stay in the city last weekend, I noticed how bad the Globe signal is – can’t even get a decent signal inside a wooden house! Though the basics – making a call (that got dropped after a while … Continue reading

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The Biggest Bulusan Eruption So Far

Last Saturday, while on our way to Tiya Tinay’s Coffee Shop at Plaza Bonifacio, we chanced to see Bulusan’s biggest eruption so far (as of 7am of November 20). It’s also the biggest i’ve seen so far in my entire … Continue reading

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Sorsogon City’s Pedestrian Overpass – A sign of progress?

While waiting for a tricycle that will take me to OLV-Bibincahan, I couldn’t believe what I saw along Magsaysay St. – a pedestrian overpass!!! Wait ’til you hear this – there’s also one in Sorsogon Pilot Elementary School connecting the … Continue reading

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