This goat gave birth to six kids in Candon City.
Saan laeng a maysa wenno dua… no di ket 6 ti inyanak ti maysa a pangganakan kalding ti maysa a residente ditoy Parioc Primero, Candon City.
Uray ni Crisanto Gadia nga isu ti akinkukua ti kalding, ti kasla di pay mamati idi makitana nga innem ti anak ti kaldingna. Ay-ayatna pay ta makitana dagiti nabun-as a babassit a kalding.
“Naganas a ti rikna ta naganak ti innem.” Kunana idi nadamag maipanggep iti panaganak ti kaldingna.
Ti sigud a 15 a kaldingna ti nagbalinen a duapulo ket maysa gapu ta nanayunan nga insigida ti inem.
Ngem kuna ni Crisanto a nupay nasdaaw ti panaganak ti kalding, ngem siguden a managadu ti panaganak ti kalding.
Idi damo a naganak ti kalding a maysa daytoy nga ayoyo, dua ti nagbalin nga anakna. Iti maikaddua a panaganakna ket tallo ken uppat iti simmaruno. Ket ita a maikapat a naganak manen, nakaskasdaaw ti innem ti anakna.
“Mayat ti rikna ta innem nupay narigrigat laeng nga aywanan ta ad-aduda a banatayan.” Kinunana bayat iti interview kenkuana. Ngem kinunana a dakkel a banag ti innem a kalding a nainayon kadagiti taraken nangruna ta isu met ti maysa a livelihoodna itan.
Ti puonan ti kalding a naganak iti innem ket naggapu kenni tatangna. Agpapan kadagitoy a gundaway, adda pay laeng kenkuana ti nasao a puonanna nupay medio bumaketen.
Of course, Pagudpud Beach of Ilocos Norte is known to be the Boracay of the North because of pristine beach and beautiful landscape. If there is one famous beach in northern Philippines that everyone would want to travel, Pagudpud is in the top list.
But before you can appreciate the beauty of nature of the beach. There is man-made giant sea clam that welcome every tourists and guests. So, aside from taking our selfie in the beach, it is worth also to take a picture in the white-painted clam-like sculpture in Pagudpud town.
The riders travel to Vigan City at around 7AM
More than 500 bicycle riders and enthusiasts travel to Vigan City as part of their campaign and promotion in the New 7 Wonder Cities of the World.
The riders lead by Board Member Nestor Itchon advocates the promotion by also voting Vigan City. On December 7, the final 7 cities will be named from the existing 14 cities of the world in the final voting. Vigan is the lone entry of the Philippines and is contending strong.
In an interview, Itchon said more than 500 riders from Ilocos Sur will participate in the initiative. One group will be coming from Candon City and they will merge in Narvacan, Ilocos Sur and will convoy to Vigan City. The second group will be coming from 1st district of Ilocos Sur.
This is not the first time the riders ride for campaign. Last week, the same group travel from Candon City to Lingayen, Pangasinan for the same purpose.
Vigan City, including the cities of Barcelona Spain, Beirut Lebanon, Chicago USA, Doha Qatar, Durban South Africa, Havana Cuba, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia, La Paz Bolivia, London United Kingdom, Mexico City Mexico, Perth Australia, Quito Ecuador and Reykjavik Iceland will vie for Top 7 this December.
To vote Vigan City: text VIGAN10 and send to 29290777 or go to this link http://www.n7w.com/en/cities
The photo was taken during the Begnas Ylocos Festival of the province of Ilocos Sur. Showcasing the traditions and customary practice like the dancing tadek, singing salidummay, playing abistong and drumming the gongs as part of the one day program.
But before anything else, the visitors and the residents alike eat together in the breakfast served by the residents. And in here, you have to do the traditional way of eating: without the plate, fork and spoon. Yes, everyone ate with their hands and using the banana leaf sheath as the plate.
And I mean everyone, as the picture above includes Governor Ryan Singson, Board Member Jaime Singson and Pablito Sanidad enjoy the meal in that moment.
Begnas Festival is a yearly tribal festival of the province usually held during the months of October or November.
There is a saying that says, eating with own hands makes the foods more delicious and tastier.###
A Seminar on the Basic Laws and Policies Affecting Overseas Migration was spearheaded by the Overseas Workers Welfare Administration- Regional Welfare Office 1 (OWWA- RWO1) as part of its sustaining capability building program for the Migrant Desk Officers (MDOs) in Region 1.
The said event was held on November 6- 7, 2014 at the Fiesta Garden Hotel in Bantay, Ilocos Sur. It was attended by a total of 84 MDOs comprising of 15 MDOs from Ilocos Norte, 27 from Ilocos Sur, 21 from La Union and 21 from Pangasinan. There were also 13 OFW Leaders who attended the seminar.
The two-day seminar equipped the MDOs and OFW Leaders with knowledge on the framework and implementing guidelines of the basic laws and policies affecting OFWs here and abroad including the government intervention in addressing the gaps encountered in the implementation of these laws and policies.
CAMP BGEN OSCAR M FLORENDO- Region 1 police director Chief Superintendent Roman A. Felix administered the oath of office of the 268 civilian applicants as newly appointed Non-Uniformed Personnel (NUP) of Police Regional Office 1 (PRO1) during the oath taking ceremony held at the PRO1 Grandstand.
The 268 new NUP are composed of 181 Computer Operators/Crime Registrars and 87 Radio Operators who will be assigned to different police provincial offices (PPOs) and city/municipal police stations within Region 1.
Commonly made from coconut leaves, rice stalks and bamboos, the saltmakers of Ilocandia uses this bahay kubo for the production of salt. It is so common along the seashore in Ilocandia when the residents cooked salt from the saltwater. The granules are so pure white and with naturally iodine content salt. The house is also the best shed of the saltmakers against the extreme heat of the sun.###