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From Canada to Philippines
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Filipino politicians have a reputation of being corrupt and the Muslim insurgent and the New Army problem, but most that make a journey to the 7000-odd islands are surprised by the beauty and friendliness of the people. There are no defined seasons in the Philippines and at times is difficult to determine which is spring, summer, autumn and which is winter. And when it rains, it pours. Most of the Philippines are resilient, stable and relatively safe. The local are exceptionally helpful, have a sense of humor and friendly. There are fantastic reefs and beaches, the food is good and accommodation is plentiful. English is the second language and widely spoken.

Aside for its reputation for rampant lawlessness and reoccurring political instability Philippines is the entertainment capital of Asia with top-notch entertainment throughout the provinces including fiestas which at times have a Mardi Gras flavor.
By visiting the Philippines one will enjoy a pleasant adventure.
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Treat our aged parents as you wish to be treated
Love them gently in memory of me
Bury me in the ground,
And set me in a tombstone and cross,
Name the date of my birth and that of my death.
No anniversaries.

Dr. Jose Protacio Marcedo Rizal -- June 10, 1861 – December 30. 1896
(A Filipino hero a day before he was executed)

From Canada to Philippines is a work of fiction. Names, characters, place and incidents are either the production of my imagination or used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events, locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.
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