Traveling to Camarines Sur? Before you book your tickets, please check the following requirements for a hassle-free trip. The Province of Camarines Sur is in Modified General Community Quarantine (MGCQ) status from March 1-31, 2021. Inbound and outbound travels are allowed. Note, however, that there may be multiple travel requirements for each destination at sub-provincial levels which … Continue reading CamSur Travel Guidelines (March 2021)
Planning to visit Legazpi City? Before you book your tickets, please check the following travel guidelines and requirements. Legazpi City is in Modified General Community Quarantine (MGCQ) status from March 1-31, 2021. Inbound and outbound travels are allowed. Note, however, that there may be multiple travel requirements for each destination at the provincial and sub-provincial … Continue reading Legazpi City Travel Guidelines (March 2021)
Aki pa ako, pirmi nang sinasabi na may crab mentality daa an mga Bikolano. Mala ta bako lang daa uragon kundi makaurag man. Yan ang dahilan kun nyata dai nag-aasenso an Bikolandia. Kan panahon ni depuntong Presidente Ferdinand Marcos, an nagkapira sa mga kadre kan New People's Army (NPA) sinasabing mga Bikolano. At the same … Continue reading Is there crab mentality among Bikolanos?
The Bicol Region has a long history of publication and writing even in Bikol language. Even though the Spaniards burned proofs of Bikolano writing, the region was still able to preserve some of the oldest published materials including the two literary magazines "Sanghiran nin Bikol" and "Bikolnon" which dates back as early as 1880. This … Continue reading Bicol: A treasure trove of literary talents
Sabi ninda, pobre ang Bicolandia. mala ta pirming kaiba ini pirmi sa "Top 5 Poorest Regions in the Philippines". Sabi ko man, depende kung ano an lente na gagamiton. Kung kuwarta asin ekonomiya, pobre talaga ang Bicol pero kung arte asin musika, mayaman kita diyan. Indeed, Bicol Region was able to produce names in the … Continue reading Bicol: A treasure trove of talents (Performing Arts)
One of the Bicolano Senators voted at-large is Victor Ziga who served the Philippine Senate from July 1, 1987 to June 30, 1992. He authored and co-authored at least 295 bills and resolutions with local and national significance some of which were passed into law. Included in the legislations that he passed are: the law … Continue reading Senator Vic Ziga, Uragon
This day in Bikol history, on January 4, 1897, eleven patriots from the Bicol Region were executed in Luneta after having been accused of cooperating with the Katipunan during the Philippine Revolution against Spain. They are among the "Quince Martires del Bicolandia". The other four of the fifteen either died in exile and a fourth … Continue reading The 15 Bicolano martyrs