Category Archive: Glo’s Travels

Glo Abeo Tuazon never fails to write about her visits to Mountain Province and other places in the Cordillera Region. Be entertained, better yet, pack your bags and head off to Mountain Province!

Nov 20

I MUST GO DOWN TO THE SEA AGAIN…

Child of the Sea

By: Glo Abaeo Tuazon Email: twilight_glo@yahoo.com “I must go down to the sea again, to the lonely sea and the sky. And all I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by.” – John Masefield (British poet, 1878-1967) As once immortalized in the words of poet John Masefield, the overwhelming passion …

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Nov 15

LIM GRANTS FOOD FOR WORK TO RESTORE IFUGAO TERRACES

DOT Sec. Alberto A. Lim takes a tour to the Viewpoint Rice Terraces in Banaue Ifugao. Flanking him is DOT-CAR Dir. Pura S. Molintas and Ifugao Gov. Eugene Balitang, Banaue Mayor Jerry Dalipog with other Ifugao Officals and Tourism Officers.

By: Glo Abaeo Tuazon Email: twilight_glo@yahoo.com Banaue, Ifugao. Going back on his earlier promise to help restore some of the tourist attractions in the country, Department of Tourism (DOT) Sec. Alberto A. Lim flew to Banaue, Ifugao on board a chopper to meet with the officials and other tourism officers of the Cordillera Administrative Region …

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Sep 20

KALINGA TRIBES OPTING FOR PEACE IN BAGUIO

By: Glo Abaeo Tuazon Email: twilight_glo@yahoo.com Baguio City. The various Kalinga groups in Baguio City recently convened this week to address an issue threatening the peace of all Kalinga tribes residing in the city. The Kalinga Organization of Baguio and Benguet headed by Samuel Bumangil and other prominent leaders and the Lobo Organization here all …

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Sep 20

GLOBAL STAND AGAINST POVERTY IN BAGUIO

STAND UP AGAINST POVERTY

By: Glo Abaeo Tuazon Email: twilight_glo@yahoo.com The 2015 deadline set by the 192 member states making up the United Nations to reach the agreed eight (8) key goals  to eradicate poverty is fast approaching. The making of these goals and the approval was historic, making it the very first time nations moved in unison to …

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