Welcome to my eWorld…

•May 17, 2016 • 21 Comments

Hello to my eWorld!

Well, this is not my first created blog but whatever journals written here will complement with my existing blogs powered by other free websites. Basically, this site will serve as the mother portal of all my personal accounts for easy management – updating, uploading and sharing.

My existing sites feature my interest in photography, travel, reading and writing or something worth solo.jpgexploring. In relation to photography, I included some of the images taken during my travels or just simply interesting places that capture my eyes through my digital camera.

In terms of moving around the globe, I joined several travel sites to share my experiences and provide assistance to other travellers making their future trips memorable and enjoyable, and be able to explore stunning places around the world. I also included my interest in writing reviews with my membership to ciao and dooyoo. Finally, my other accounts from free websites.

For quick links of these pages, just click the subheadings listed or the thumbnails images below:

My World : This section simply focuses on my fascination of Mother Earth – how we could protect and conserve its natural beauty for future generations. This also covers my academic world as an engineer, planner, manager and or an ordinary human being (social and spiritual being).

Travel Blog: Provides a list of my travel journals with images

Trivago: A travel site which I am getting extra income for posting of images, reviews and other travel info

Consumer site: Highlights my membership with dooyoo and ciao where I post reviews of products and services, anything that I want to share with the rest of the consumers worldwide

Atbp: Provides a space for my personal interests and hobbies, something worth exploring

Hope you enjoy reading my blog and please come again and I am happy to receive your comments. Again, click the photo thumbnails below for direct links to the rest of my blog pages. Best REYgards!

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Featured Filipino Author: F Sionil Jose

•May 24, 2016 • Leave a Comment

As an artist, he incorporates the devastating knowledge of his probable ineffectuality with his refusal to cease, prodding the social conscience of his countrymen. ‘I want to be a mirror or a witness to my time,’ he writes, ‘and in so being, I also hope I am expressing the view of those millions who have no voice.’ Moreover, José believes, as one of his characters says, ‘We die when we stop being angry.’ – The Ramon Magsaysay Award Foundation

For additional information visit his official website: F. Sionil Jose

Philippine Government Excellence Class Regional Forum at DAP Tagaytay

•May 20, 2016 • Leave a Comment

dapWITH THE INTENSIFICATION IN THE PROMOTION OF Philippine Quality Award (PQA), the Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP) launched the Government Excellence Class (GEC). In collaboration with National Productivity Organization (NPO) and the Award Administrator for the Public Sector of the Philippine Quality Award, GEC aims to promote the Business Excellence (BE) Framework – a self-assessment for performance improvement; broaden the sharing and adoption of best practices among government organizations; and recognize commendable public sector organizations on the basis  of the BE framework.  The BE Framework as the basis of the PQA criteria categories involves all the critical factors for excellence.

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The Government Excellence Class (GEC) is a complementary mechanism to the Philippine Quality Award (PQA) which primarily to develop confidence among public sector organizations, including State Universities and Colleges (SUCs) to enhance management system, processes, and approaches to achieve superior results.

The Philippine Quality Award (PQA) is the highest level of recognition for organizational performance excellence in the country and the President of the Philippines personally hands over the awards to the recipients in Malacanang Palace.

With Herbalife at 50!

•May 3, 2016 • Leave a Comment

herbalife I decided to embrace Herbalife… now at the age of 50! I do believe that health is wealth. With the lifestyle nowadays, we have to change our attitudes towards our food intake, our job and the way we handle stresses from our surroundings. It is not easy, but with a strong determination and focus on what to achieve, it is possible to attain or gain something worthwhile.

It can be done thru Herbalife. I took it not as a business endeavor, but what it is important to me is how the products will support my lifestyle – a healthy living. Becoming healthy is not only on how much and the kind of food you take, but rather taking extra effort to do regular exercise – activities that will really squeeze you to sweat within 25 minutes! So why not try Herbalife? You may improve the way you embrace ageing or becoming old. Do not wait tomorrow, embrace Herbalife now! For additional information about it, click the  image…and find out by yourself the essence of living with style!

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RSU President gets another 4-year term

•April 28, 2016 • Leave a Comment

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Dr. Arnulfo de Luna got another term as the President of the Romblon State University. President de Luna assumed office in April 2012 as the second president of the school after it was converted from college (Romblon State College) into a “university” which is now the Romblon State University.

The institution was established in 1915 as a primary school -Odiongan Farm School. Then in 1929, it became  a high school –  Odiongan Rural High School. By 1965, it was converted into a college – Romblon National Agricultural College, then renamed as Romblon Agricultural College by the virtue of the GAA of 1969. By 1983, it was named as the Romblon State College (RSC)  by passing Parliamentary Bill 131,  signed into law by President Ferdinand Marcos, and later became  Batas Pambansa Blg 393.  Finally, on 14 October 2009, RSC was converted into Romblon State University thru the enactment of Republic Act 9721 by the former President Gloria Arroyo.

We will not falter in bringing progress and sustainable development in all areas of human activities, and we will try our best to excel, the hallmarks of our endeavors – Arnulfo F De Luna, PhD

Today, RSU continues to uphold its mandate in providing higher education in the MIMAROPA Reion which ultimately brings progress and sustains economic development in the Province of Romblon through  active, focused and dedicated leadership towards human resource capacity building and exemplary performance.

Researches at ICMR 2016 in Baguio City -part 2

•April 24, 2016 • Leave a Comment


Delegates from various state universities and colleges (SUCs) presented their researches covering a wide range of topics such as solid waste management, shoe polish cream development from virgin coco oil, Indian mango candies production, electronic wheelchair development, printing press system development, and mangrove assessment, etc.

ICMR2016 holds in Baguio City (Philippines)

•April 23, 2016 • Leave a Comment

The 1st International Congress in Multidisciplinary Researches 2016 is currently on-going (23-25 April) at the Crown Legacy Hotel in Baguio City, Philippines. Dr. Alipio Garcia of the University of the Philippines (Baguio) was one of the speakers during the plenary session of the event. Dr. Garcia is a multi-awarded Filipino physicist and he encouraged the participants to conduct researches thru collaboration or partnership, beyond geographic locations and academic background.

I am one of the presenters on the second day of the conference and my paper is entitled: Theory and practices of mixed-use schemes (MUS) towards sustainable built environment: an international development perspective. Ten case studies were covered of my study which include: 7 projects in Northern Ireland, 2 in Dublin, Ireland, and 1 project in London. This paper is one of the outputs of my PhD research at the University of Ulster, Northern Ireland, UK.

For the complete copy of the paper, please click: Mixed Use Schemes_RAMOS_RSU