breakfast on the first day of the first workshop... Puerta Princesa, Palawan
tradition in the Philippines they start with a morning prayer
after the prayer comes what they call an icebreaker or also called an energizer... songs and dance to get people going
fruit tower at our dinner table...
thats Helen, one of the CICT iSchools trainers
Helen ordered a fruit salad... who says the Filipinos do not have a sense of humor
that is Joed... another trainer
trying to capture the moon at night
ok second day morning energizer...
in town... the local jollibee
on the campus of Viscaya State University BayBay
this is a series of pics I took to demonstrate simple elearning production... how to make cement blocks
not bad... how would you like to go to uni next to the sea...
this section of pics is from Banga, Aklan near Kalibo
time for a haircut.... a friend took these pics for me as I was getting my gray rag shortened
that is my haircut neighbor...
the local crew hanging out at the barbers
at the Banga market
Aklan State University biodiesel plant... they collect used oil in the nearby town to feed the process
at the Pina cloth factory... yes... the cloth is made of fiber from a pineapple family plant
Malaybalay Bukidnon Mindanao
example student hostel... I was told rents for from about 450 peso/month... about $10USD
I feel more secure trying to be a vegetarian after seeing this pot of heads
Gaisano malls are all over the place in Mindanao... I visited them in Davao, Malaybalay and Kalibo
I like this three wheel taxi design... seems very practical and stable... the driver said he can get 10 people max in there... when I asked how many of "me" we could shove in there he laughed...
this lovely rooster was on a leash
i tried to get the kids attention, seems she was more engrossed in some activity... oh well...
as a bicycle fan... I was salivating over this design... looks like you could haul lots of stuff around in this man powered truck
a sleek three wheeler... small factories build the shells, they attach them to motorcycles and away you go
the catholic church looms large everywhere... their messages are heard loud and clear everywhere... hmhmh