It’s a mystery to me. Seems like every time we go somewhere and return, my Globe internet doesn’t work. We recently spent a couple of days in Bacolod City. Consequently, I didn’t log onto my computer during that time. Now, thanks to “Globe’s Holy Week Data Alignment Disaster,” I still didn’t have access to the World Wide Web more than a day after reporting I had trouble.
“62-Yr-Old American Nabbed in Bacolod for Uploading His Sex Videos.” In the “City of Smiles”, Bacolod, an American was arrested by National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) agents at his home in Barangay Taculing last Friday, May 12, 2017. The American national, Lee David Colglazier, 62, was allegedly uploading internet sex videos of him and his multiple partners, both female and male.
Crusty Old Expat. The Retired Old Fart in the Philippines. Both of those monikers, and others, apply to me. Regular readers of Philippines Plus might have noticed that comments have been closed for recent posts. I have a shot of myself relaxing in Boracay at the end of each post stating that.
An unfortunate incident occurred during our luxury 2go cruise from Manila to Iloilo. In a previous post, I related the tragic event in which a man jumped from our ship. At this time, the man’s body has not been found.
Our recent trip from Manila was marred by tragedy: “Man Overboard! Our 2Go Cruise Manila/Iloilo.” Nine and 1/2 hours in to our 22-hour cruise back home, my wife suddenly called out to me: “Someone has jumped overboard!”
After a recent event in “The Queen City of the South,” my wife and I have to wonder: “Was Our Niece a Target of Kidnappers in Cebu?”
I was quite surprised to see such a large presence for RC, Royal Crown Cola, when we were visiting U.S. friends in Cebu recently. Coke products and Coke-sponsored signs for local businesses is the norm in nearby Iloilo and Guimaras, the island province we call home. When I saw so many local sari sari stores advertising the popular soft drinks that I used to consume back in Central Illinois, a wave of nostalgia passed over me.
What is the best way to get to Cebu from Iloilo City? There are several options available to travelers such as taking a flight on local airlines, boarding a bus, or taking a vessel from a shipping line. Travel to Cebu City, “The Queen City of the South” depends on your budget and how much travel time you have available.