Tigbauan, my beloved hometown, is a municipality in the province of Iloilo, Philippines. It is located 23 kilometers southwest of Iloilo City.
It acquired its name, like the majority of town centers, after a topographical distinction unique to the region – in this case after the Tigbao, a local name for a type of grass that used to swarm the countryside.
Tigbauan, a coastal town, was one of the landing sites for American Forces led by General Douglas MacArthur in March 1945 for liberation of the Philippines from the Japanese in World War II.
I understand that not many of you have flash player to view my previous post regarding the CLMC-Deloitte Team-building and outing to Oasis Resort in Los Baños, Laguna.
So, therefore, here goes: (click on the image to see a larger view)
I’m sharing these pictures so you can take a look at how our team-building and outing went last Friday and Saturday, June 30 to July 1, 2006 at the Oasis Resort in Los Ba�os, Laguna.
Just click on the pictures above to enlarge.
In order to save on my bandwidth and web storage space, I used the tools and services available at flickr and mykards. The Sagada Pics are now available here instead.
For those who have already used or saved the links:
please make the proper correction for the new link now is:
Updates: all pictures are only available in my photo set in flickr. Please disregard the links above.
An entry in Pinoy Travel Blog talks about their own Sagada experience. Pictures are available there as well.
On their way to the “Big Falls”, it appears that they took the same way we did. Though, do you think the experience was the same?
Well, why don’t we just let the pictures decide for themselves??…..:)LOL..
Click on the image to find out…..:)
Update: Please check my flickr photos for the pictures.
Check the pictures here.
This is a flash presentation. You may use the navigation keys at the lower right hand corner, or, press enter to play, right and left arrow keys to move forward and backward, respectively.
Sorry, no more flash presentation, just check out my flickr set in the link above to view the pictures.