Nokia E61i and Coffee

Coffee TableMy second mobile phone, Nokia E61i out-lived my Android phones, including Nexus 4.  Everything still works, WiFi, Music, Camera, Emails… except the OVI portal of Nokia.    My first mobile phone was the Ericsson GA628 back then… the thing that you can replace the antenna with the LED signal indicator.



’twas my cake day

Cake from ICT TeamMaraming salamat sa buong ICT team sa lahat ng tulong at sa pagiging solid sa ating mga gawain.   Always making us proud! 🙂   At lalong lalo na… maraming salmat sa napaka-sarap na cake!! 😀


Toasted Siopao

Thank you sir Em Nartates sa Toasted Siopao ^_^ tsalap tsalap!


Kapeng Barako

Maraming salamat din kay sir Nel Buño sa napakarasap at favorite kong Kapeng Barako ^_^


From MDS Family
Salamat din sa MDS Team… after 8years in service… ngayon lang ako nabigyan ng keyk… LOLs… joke lang… ^_^



Photo of the Day: Isla de Capon Grande, San Antonio, Zambales, Philippines

Isla de Capon Grande, San Antonio, Zambales, Philippines
Isla de Capon Grande, San Antonio, Zambales, Philippines

Capones Island, also known as Grand Capon or Capon Grande Island (Spanish: Isla de Capon Grande) is a small island approximately 1.9 kilometers (1.2 mi) long by 0.4 kilometers (0.25 mi) wide, at its widest point, lying some 3.8 kilometers (2.4 mi) off the coast of the province of Zambales on western Luzon island in the Philippines. It is the largest of the Capones Islands (Islotes de los Capones), a group of three small islands which also includes nearby Camara Island and another islet connected to it by a sand bar.[1] The island is administratively part of barangay Pundaquit of the Zambales municipality of San Antonio. (wikipedia)

The island is characterized by huge rock formations and steep cliffs surrounded by white sand and coral beaches. The Capones Island Lighthouse is located on the hillside near the western end of the island. (wikipedia)