[WATCHinHD] Hello Superfriends! I’m back sa balakubak! Today I cook my favorite pinoy style sopas. Creamy na at sobrang simple lang lutuin. Pwedeng pang business na tinda pang almusal. Sobrang affordable at malinamnam. Tara nood na 🙂

Butter – 100g
White Onion – 1 pc medium size, minced
Garlic – 1 pc medium size, minced
Carrots – 1 pc large size, diced
Hotdog/sausage – 2 pcs
Chicken cubes – 1 pcs
Chicken breast – 1 or 2 pcs
Water – 2 cups
Salt – 1 tablespoon
Ground black pepper -2 tablespoon
Cabbage – 1 pc small size, shredded
Elbow Macaroni pasta
milk – 1-2 cups
heavy cream – half cup

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Sweden permits dual citizenship, dual citizenship means that you are a citizen in more than one country. If you become a Swedish citizen, you may retain your foreign citizenship if the other country permits it. But in our case, based on our Philippine Constitution, once a Filipino citizen acquired a new citizenship (Naturalization) from another country, you will automatically lose your Filipino citizenship. However if you wish to retain your Filipino citizenship after being naturalized in other country, you have to apply for the re-acquisition / retention and take an oat of allegiance. This all can be done by visiting the Philippine Embassy or consulate in your country.

DISCLAIMER GUYS: This is only based on my experiences and my little knowledge that I gained through out the years. Please also NOTE that requirements often change. The information I stated here is for guidance only and should NOT be regarded as legal advice. IT IS VERY important that you verify all information through the legitimate government website before making any decisions or plans. Remember that the results is always depend on your particular situation, the time prior on applying, time-frame and decisions are varies as long as you meet all the criteria they needed. All opinions are honest and my own! Feel free to ask question and NO complicated hard question please!. I try my very best to answer you back 😊 .

Want to know the benefits of having Dual Citizenship (Filipino and Swedish) you can check the website of Philippine Embassy:

Since the Philippine embassy in Stockholm is now closed, the closest Philippine embassy that serving consular services to all Filipinos in Sweden is in Oslo,Norway. So my advice to you is to do a lot of research first or plan ahead (maybe call them on the phone to inquire) before driving all the way to Oslo just to apply for your dual citizenship. By the way I decided to renew my passport and change my surname as well.

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Iba ang Simoy ng Paskong Pinoy | Walang Kapares

Pasko na sinta ko 🙂

Well, sabi nga nila iba ang paskong Pinas 😉 kaya na-isipan ko kung ano nga ba ang pinagkaiba ng pasko natin sa pasko nila? Hmmm kung tutuuisin nga eh pareho lang naman tayo ng ipinag-diriwang tuwing buwan ng December kaya naman naispan ko isa-isahin ang mga bagay na talga namang nakakamiss sa Paskong Pinas!.. 👍

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EAT Danao Experience! – THE PLUNGE

No no to chicken dance!! I conquer my fear in height. I did the Plunge and Suislide at Danao. SUPER MEGA to the maximum highest level of experience! But I 💛 it!! I can do it again and again and again!! 🙂 I hope my pocket will agree to that LOL. Sound scary pero kinaya ko!!

You can experience the plunge for only Php 700 pesos, with certificate of it once you’ll try it. Suislide on the other hand cost Php 350 pesos naman. It takes 2 hours joy ride from Tagbilaran to Danao Adventure park. Yeah time consuming right? so better be there early if you want to enjoy the place hehe anyway sulit naman 😜

I’m here now!! emotionally ready!! (kunyari lang 😜)

A canyon swing adventure THE PLUNGE attraction mounted over a 200 meter high and 300 meter wide gorge. A person would have to do a 45 meters free fall before being launched on a pendulum swing measuring to a hundred meter diameter. Actually there are lots of activities you can do there like rappelling, root climbing, kayaking and lots of lots of lots of adventure….hehe try to visit  E.A.T DANAO for more info  🙂

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Wakeboarding Experience at CWC – Camarines Sur

I’m a type of girl who really loves fun and adventure, trying out wakeboarding is really new for me but hey! I did it and it was so fun 😊. It was not as scary as I thought but a little complicated for a beginner like me, but other than that it was a fun experience. Another check on my bucket list! Wake boarding makes my trip to Bicol Region so memorable and fun! 😊

You can visit their site here: Camsur Watersports Complex CWC

Nag-paangkas ang trip ko 😉

We were so lucky that time because the place is not crowded and we have so much time to enjoy the activity (as in want-to-sawa kami as in wakeboarding till you drop). When we visit the place is it currently under renovation due to the typhoon. I’ve noticed some broken cottages,the restaurant roof are unfortunately not well maintained and dilapidated,the glass door on the front desk won’t close properly and the wood is rotten. Sink is broken and wooden locker room is not available. I must say they need a major upgrade and repair of that place. Restaurant was very slow and most of the food in the menu wasn’t available (btw the Chinese Adobo is really yummy and affordable). Some of the rooms are close and some of the lake is not operational (under maintenance I guess) in addition for that, the Mayon Volcano is in alert level that time so the place in not jam-packed. (see picture below)

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SAGADA, Philippines – Experience North

My friends and I planned for another vacation this year and we decided to conquer SAGADA 😊. Since we will going to have a long holiday vacation on November we figure it out that this is the best time to visit it. (I agree because I never been in SAGADA. It always been a dream for me to visit that place, I only saw it in a documentary program in GMA 7 before, i think that is iwitness.) So here it goes they booked a package tour @ PARANA tours for 3,200 petot per head for 3Days/2nights of stay) .

Watching Sagada’s awesome sunrise!

All of us were really excited for the long road trip via a small opps big van. A very long butt-aching ride before we reached our final destination lol :P. Good thing we had some several stop- over to discharge, refill our stomach and empty our bladders *wink. Tip: You have to prepare (5) five peso coin to be able to use a comfort room or else “sa bukid walang papel” hahaha

I love Sagada so much, the moment I laid my eyes on its magnificent scenery I can say it is indeed beautiful… I know in my heart it is a paradise 🙂

We arrived arrived in Sagada late in the morning due to some circumstances we had in NLEX. We consumed too much time travelling that somewhat affect our itinerary. Everything is changed and re-arranged *lol. After our AG-TANG (agahan con tanghalian in a small restaurant) hahaha we just freshened ourselves and head as fast as we can to our guest house. Settling our things in our respective rooms, changed clothes and then off to go. We are so in rush in everything just to make sure that we are on the right track.. 😛 hahaha first stop: Hanging Coffins.

As we head off to our first stop which is Echo valley, We passed through this church St. Mary the Virgin Church and St. Mary’s cemetery. Passing through the cemetery gives me some eerie feeling hahaha kaba much eh (takut kasi ako sa sementeryo lalo na sa probinsya :().

way that leads to the hanging coffins / CEMETERY
Our group @ St. Mary the Virgin church

St. Mary’s church was built in year 1904 by American Missionaries and it was founded to spread the Christian faith in Sagada. If you walk at the ground you can see the green hill behind the church and the old bell on display. To see the hanging coffins really closer you’ll need to trek 20-30 minutes mabilis na siguro ang 20 minutes kung mabilis kang maglakad hehehe by the time we went there is almost sunset sobrang kuha lng kami ng photos and after that balik ulit sa main point. (katakot abutan ng dilim)

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