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Title : Smurfs: The Lost Village.
Director : Kelly Asbury
Release : March 30, 2017
Language : en.
Runtime : 89 min
Genre : Animation, Adventure, Comedy, Family.

‘Smurfs: The Lost Village’ is great movie tell story about In this fully animated, all-new take on the Smurfs, a mysterious map sets Smurfette and her friends Brainy, Clumsy and Hefty on an exciting race through the Forbidden Forest leading to the discovery of the biggest secret in Smurf history. This film have genre Animation, Adventure, Comedy, Family and have 89 minutes runtime.

Ellie Kemper as Smurfblossom (voice), Jeff Dunham as Farmer (voice), Mandy Patinkin as Papa Smurf (voice), Michelle Rodriguez as Smurfstorm (voice), Julia Roberts as Smurfwillow (voice), Ariel Winter as Smurflily (voice).

The Director of this movie is Kelly Asbury. The movie Smurfs: The Lost Village is produced by Columbia Pictures, Kerner Entertainment Company, Sony Pictures Animation and released in March 30, 2017.

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October Festivals

October 6- 12 Ibalong Festival A colorful celebration of Albay’s historic evolution. Parades, street dancing and cultural shows are the highlights of the festivity.

October 22- 24 Catandugan Held in Catanduanes, this festival commemorates the founding of the province. The festivity showcases cultural shows and parades.

2nd Week
Zamboanga Hermosa– held in Zamboanga City, this week-long feast is honoring the city’s patron saint- Nuestra Senora del Pilar. Processions, ethnic shows and parades are the highlights.

4th Week
Masskara Festival– this festival resembles to that of Ati-Atihan with lively parade of people wearing masks out of papier mache to show their appreciation for life.

4th Week
Lanzones Festival– celebrated in Mambajao Camiguin, people dressed in Lanzones leaves are paraded around town to pay tribute to their most important crop, the Lanzones fruit.

Last week Fiestang Kuliat Held in balibago, Angeles City, this festival highlights the colorful street dancing.

Angeles, Pampanga

Angeles– Located on the flat sandy lands of Pampanga, this town can be easily reached through the North Expressway. Along the way, a lone volcano called Mt. Arayat is visibly rising in the middle of paddy fields of Magalang, east of Angeles. Contrary to how it looks from the outside, it has an interior of dense rainforest speckled with springs, streams and small falls. The trek to the summit offers stunning views of the central plains. The National Park has picnic areas equipped with swimming pools supplied by the free-flowing spring water of Mt. Arayat. To get there, take the north expressway , exit to Magalang and at the toll booth turn left with signs to Magalang, and Mt. Arayat National Park. Before heading up, you will be requested to register at the National Park Office. Bring enough supply of liquid for you and your guides. The trek starts from the Carabao logging trail to the interior passing through some springs and tiny falls. It takes about 7- 9 hours to reach the summit depending on your pace. Spend the night in the summit and head down the next day.

After the massive eruption of the sleeping Mt. Pinatubo, several attractions within the area came out. Mountaineers and hikers in search for a diverse adventure bravely climb this delicate landform. Pinatubo trails vary all the time due to shifts in ground formations. Despite of uncertain conditions still Mt. Pinatubo is a favorite destination. On a fair weather, the hike is advised to start from Sapang Bato, a few km ride from the city. Then initiate from Target, an aeta resettlement area where you will be asked to register and pay a certain amount. A tour guide costs about 300Php and very necessary. It is best not to push through during rainy season. However the hike through lahar can be extremely dusty and exhausting during dry season. Be sure to have enough water supply as the trek might take time on steep areas. An inviting 2km wide crater lake of deep colored blue water awaits for a warm swim. This summit offers a commnanding views of the eroded terrains.


This province stretched along the extensive Laguna de Bay is the home of several hot springs, falls and the enchanting Mt. Makiling. Laguna De Bay is surrounded by public resorts facilitated with swimming pools that have water coming from hot springs, which are jammed-pack by visitors during weekends.

A well-constructed road now circles the bay. Driving down this highway leads you to many interesting spots and stunning views. Pagsanjan is the most famous town. Visitors mainly come for the thrilling river ride between the striking canyon walls to Pasanjan Falls. Two boatmen struggle to push the boat upstream against the strong rapids and head further up until water is calm. This pattern is repeated several times up to the falls. With the skill and strength of the boatmen who were paddling the river all their life, a guide and a pilot will safely guide your journey with a little exciting toss and twist through the torrents as boat speeds upstream. Once you reach the falls, a raft will be chartered to take you a hidden cave behind the cascading water. However, during and after a rainy season, heading to the falls is not possible. And when the river is low, “shooting the rapids” ends up “carrying the banca”. With this, you will be charged more by the boatmen, as they will loudly claim how much work they did during the ride.

Los Banos is another town within Laguna and the jumping-off town if you plan to climb Mt. Makiling. The hike is possible via the access road inside the UP Campus. There is a trail heading to some natural hot springs and to the summit.

Lake Caliraya is a refreshing 2 hour drive from Manila. It is a wide man-made lake that was initially constructed to feed the water of Laguna De Bay. Caliraya nestles amidst coconut palms lined up parallel to each other beautifully sited at the foot of Mt. Banahaw. Exciting water activities are unlimited in the area. Most resorts facilitate boardsailing, windsurfing, jet skiing and wakeboarding at the lake.

Don’t miss a trip to the seven small crater lakes of San Pablo. Lake Sampaloc can be reached easily from the city hall, Lake Mojicap and lake Kalibato are few meters walk from the highway, lake Palakpakin is few meters hike from a provincial road, Lake Yambao and Pandin are accessible through a coconut plantation while Lake Bunot can be reached from a resort. These are nice places of interest but best traveled with a guide.

The trip around Laguna De Bay is much easier nowadays. You can hire a vehicle or take a southbound bus from Cubao that heads to Sta Cruz. Some of it may not continue up to Pagsanjan but there are options along the way. You can easily catch a jeepney from Sta. Cruz that heads further to Pagsanjan. On the other side, some jeepneys ply from Antipolo, Rizal to Sta. Cruz. The ride may take long. So it is best to go around with your own hired vehicle for a hassle-free trip.

Other Points Of Interest

Intramuros is the remaining old district of the region. This is where San Agustin Church and Manila Cathedral can be found and some of the oldest structures in the country that picture strong Spanish influence to the Filipinos. These historic landmarks are filled with original stone carvings and statues. Casa Manila is a centuries-old house that models a variation of furnishings during the Spanish period. And the thickly walled Fort Santiagowhich was once the home of political prisoners during the Spanish and Japanese occupation is now a famous nightspot.

Since the demolition of the Red light district of Manila’s famous tourist destination, Ermita’s girlie bars and prostitution houses were replaced with more fair entertainment offerings. Adriatico Circle has a wide variation of cafes, restaurants and lively bars catering all kinds of crowds.

Makati City and Ortigas City are business districts with sights of towering buildings and active nightlife. Ayala Center is composed of several big malls conviniently connected by long walkways. Glorietta is the most modern that links several malls. Thus resulting to a shopping atmosphere comparable to those of Hongkong and Singapore. Greenbelt and its refreshing sights of ornamental plants and palm trees provide a superior rendezvous for lovers. The park’s chapel adds a touch of tranquility for a short visit. There is a wide selection of restaurants and bars, fast-food centers and cinema houses that are regularly packed out with rush hour crowds. A wide selection of entertainment located side by side can be also found in Pasay road, which are only a few steps from Ayala Center.

Due to its fast development, Ortigas Center’s enormous shopping malls vibrates Mandaluyong City’s cusual activities. Shangri-La Plaza, home to upscale spenders, has variety of expensive boutiques and dining centers. The huge SM Megamall caters an ordinary crowd to trendy shoppers giving a wide selection of shopping supplies and leisure needs. Nearby the infamous Edsa Shrine, is Robinson’s Galleria.

July Festivals

First week
Sagayan Festival– held in Tubod lanao Del Norte, women in colorful native costumes are paraded all over town.

July 4-7 Pagoda Festival– held in Bocaue, Bulacan- a town just outside Metro Manila. A river parade of decorated barge called Pagoda, and small boats is held to honor the holy cross found in Wawa river. To get there, drive along the north expressway, and exit at Sta. Maria or Bocaue. At the toll, turn left.

Fourth week
Sandugo Festival-A festival in Bohol commemorating the blood compact between Legaspi- a Spanish leader and Sikatuna- a Filipino tribal head during the Spanich occupation. A reenactment is held. Trade fairs and colorful parades are the highlights of the celebration.

Fourth Week
Sinulog De Tanjay Festival– celebrated by the townsfolk of Tanjay, Negros Oriental, this week long fiesta features the tradition of Sinulog. People in their colorful native costumes are paraded around town with shows of horse fights reenacting the battle between Filipinos and Spanish.

Fourth Week
Kahimonan Abayan Festival The fest is held in Butuan City in tribute to St. Anne or Sta. Ana whom known to be their guide against the man-eating crocodiles along Agusan River. They celebrate praying on boats for good luck and safety while crossing the river.

Points Of Interest

Partido Beach– a shoreline of volcanic sand located in Sabang, San Jose. A descent resort is available in the area.

Mt. Isarog– Climbing this mountain that measures about 1976m will present a picture perfect view of the rugged terrains of San Miguel bay, Lagonoy Gulf and the enchanting rock formations of Caramoan Peninsula. It is a leisure hike with rewarding results that only takes about 3-4 days. The trek starts with vehicle ride from Naga to Bgy. Panicuason and hike for 3 hours to reach the first camp. Refill your water jugs and head after a while for a 5 hour hike to a research station of the in charged environmental protection- Haribon Foundation. Rest and prepare for the 2 hours climb to the summit. Follow the same trail on the way back or move down via Bgy. Ocampo.

Panigwasan Falls– one among the many watersheds drenching the soil of Mt. Isarog. It is a 4 hour hike from Carolina, a mountain resort about 9 km. from Naga City.

Pasacao Beach– is the closest beach to Naga, which can be reached in an hour drive. Some overnight rustic accommodations are available in the area.

Lake Buhi– a crater lake of an ancient volcano and the home of tabios or sinarapan- the world’s tiniest freshwater fish. Don’t miss to check the well alligned trees surrounding the volcano. They seem to look as if properly arranged in rows by humans; they are not.

Mt Iriga– locally called Mt. Asog, this volcano lying next to Lake Buhi has unfussy trek route suited for inexperienced climbers. It is much less high than Mt. Isarog but offers an impressive view of Mt Mayon, Mt Isarog and the scenic Lake Buhi from its summit. It even gives a silhouette sight of Catanduanes Island. Start your trek with a jeepney ride from Iriga to Buhi, a boat ride across the lake to an Aeta settlement and inquire for some guides. Rest and prepare for an early morning start the next day. There are not enough trees against the raging heat of the sun so bring a lot of water, as it can be scarce along the way. You may take the same way back or ask your guide for other descent route but be nice to give them extra for the fare back to their village.

Caramoan Peninsula– From manila, it’s an 8-hour trip to Naga City in bicol. Starting from Naga, take a 2-hour jeepney ride from Naga to Sabang. From there, it’s another 2-hour banca ride to Guihalo. From Guihalo Port, it’s a 30-minute jeepney ride to the town proper & another 30-minute tricycle to Gota beach -the entree point to most surrounding islands. Kayaking is a worthwhile activity around the Peninsula. On clear weather, hop to the islands of Minalagos, Kalagikhik, Matukad and Lahos and discover their hidden lagoons and caves. For diving, only well trained divers are recommended to try in this area. Snorkeling is best to explore its stunning limestones and pretty islets. However be smart to bring your own packed lunch and a lot of drinking water as food and safe water can be insufficient around the area or inquire the local tourism department before going.

Bicol- The land Of Ultimate Adventure

Bicol Region embraces the southernmost provinces of Luzon. Past Queson, the first province starts from Daet and stretches its territory up to Sorsogon and its island provinces- Masbate and Catanduanes. The whole region is called the land of raging fire for its scattered volcanoes of which most are active. Aside from its towering volcanic peaks, Bicol’s undiscovered coastlines, untamed wildlife and unexploited forests comprise the richness of its natural environment. Daet, Camarines Norte, the first province in the peninsula is a remarkable surfing destination. It has rolling curls for learners and walloping waves during season for advance surfers. Best places to visit are Bagasbas beach and Mercedes Beach.

Mt. Mayon- 1984 Eruption Camarines Sur relatively has lush environment for adventure trips. Naga City, the business hub gearing up local business needs is the starting point to Caramoan Peninsula and Mt. Isarog- an extinct volcano. Mount Isarog is a favorite destination of mountaineers hungry for jungle experience and refreshing sights of streams, springs and falls, while Caramoan Peninsula is backdrop of rugged coastline surrounded by scattered islets covered with strips of white sand and hidden lagoons.

Caramoan has captivating blue water dominated by shorelines of rocky small islands, towering limestones, and beaches along the nearby coastal villages. A pure feast in the eyes, these small coasts of mostly white sand bars are hardly inaccessible by land and can be only explored by prearranged boat-ride. This inconvenience, however, retained the image of Caramoan’s rugged appearance as a true illustration of isolated wilderness. With this extreme simplicity everyone has to endure before getting in the area, villagers boast of having no unreasonable exploitation of their natural wealth. They are aware that Caramoan Peninsula still displays an image of seclusion and might disappear if constructed openly for outsiders.

Daraga ChurchFurther down the long road of Bicol is Albay, a province of sheer beauty and home to the reining Mt. Mayon. Visiting some of its towns brings you to numerous historic churches nestling around the peripherals of this beautifully symmetrical volcano. And if still has the energy for a more thrilling adventure, Sorsogon is the ultimate province to exlore. Known for its rolling hills, hotsprings, sleeping volcano, hidden lakes and its underwater giants- the whale sharks and manta rays, unlike other places of Bicol, Sorsogon obviously is the finale of an absolute environmental tour.

For those who have never heard such abundance of nature, Bicol is an ultimate destination both for discovery and adventure trips.

For further details and how to get there, click Points Of Interest.

Camarines Norte and Camarines Sur Map

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Points Of Interest

Burnham Park– the center of tourist activities inside the city. Paddle boats are available for rent to enjoy the shallow lake situated at the core of the park. The sides has skating rings and cycling areas where all sorts of bikes are open for hire. Biking assistance is available for kids who dont know how to ride bikes yet.

Wright Park– it is a great place to spend with children. Some ponies are rented out for short rides.

Botanical Gardens– a place to see native houses and flowers cultivated by locals. There are few souvenir shops and Igorots in their traditional costumes.

Mines View Park– has an array of souvenir shops. It is a great place for sightseeing.

Camp John Hay– Previously an American military reservation camp, this abandoned piece of property has plenty of facilities, which were recently opened to the public. Restaurants and hotels, a golf course, mini hiking trails and pony riding tracks have been preserved recently for tourists. There are also tables for picnics and even barbecuing have been allowed openly to the public.

City Market– there is a wide variety of handicraft products, woven fabrics, blankets, knitwears, silver jewelries, wood carvings and a lot more that are swarming all over the market. And further ahead are the vegetable and fruit sections. During harvest season, greens can be really cheap and exciting. Be careful however, pickpockets roam everywhere in this area.

Chinese Bell Temple– is found in the lovely town of la Trinidad. It is a gathering venue for Cordillera’s large Chinese community who are practicing a combination of Daoism and Christianism.

Mt. Sto. Tomas– it is about 8 km hike from Green Valley Country club. This big mountain has a summit perfect for good views and a cave called Crystal Cave suitable to be reached even by children.

Asin Town– A modest town down of rough road along Naguillan has skilled wood carvers. Their carvings turn out cheaper in their workplace and sometimes easier to find unique pieces.

Mt. Pulag– is Philippines 2nd tallest mountain offering easy and exciting hikes passing through pine forests and grasslands. The route starts with a bus ride from Baguio to Kabayan, Benguet. Routes to the summit vary according to the hiker’s preference. Easy climb may start from Babadak, and for a more challenging trek, routes start from several spots. It is best to consult the tourism office before heading up.

Baguio- Summer Capital Of the Philippines

Originally, Baguio City was a settlement camp of American troops during their occupation in 1900s where they patterned the architecture of houses and buildings after their homes in the United States. And to easily access the neighboring towns, they have constructed Kennon Road; a highway known for its narrow and challenging turns. Apparently, this changed its peaceful face to a city of merchants and uncontrolled migrants from surrounding towns. When Americans left, more settlers invaded the thriving city and soon turned into a crowded district of mixed locals and vacationing tourists who come mainly for its temperate climate. Wright Park

The city’s economy moved progressively despite the absence of the founding Americans. Parks, Gardens, Museums, markets and shopping malls were established everywhere and perhaps elevated the rapid rise of tourism. Big growth on hotels, lodging houses, restaurants and bars is increasing every year. Aside from farming, locals shifted to handicrafts to sustain the rising demand of market coming from tourism. Because of this Baguio famed itself as the best place to go for cheap wood carvings and fabric weavings. These shops are all over the city market and nearby town markets of Asin and Trinidad. Fresh Flowers of Baguio

Baguio illustrates an ambiance of people wearing warm outfits all year around. If you only see Philippines as a tropical country, visiting Baguio somehow changes that view. Filipinos regarded this city amidst the towering peaks of the Cordillera, as the summer capital of the country, where they can move away from the irritating heat during summer.

Massive malls, congestion of population, and real state developments, nowadays, reduced Baguio’s appeal as the greenest mountain city of the north. For people who have known Baguio twenty years ago and seeing how congested it is now with unsightly views of houses instead of trees on top of the mountains can be terribly disappointing. For sure back then, less cars, less houses, less people, but with lots and lots of pine trees harmonized the simple and natural living of Baguio. Within Camp John Hay luckily pine-covered forests have been preserved but almost all hills nearby La Trinidad have been fully constructed. Although Baguio has moved this far, it is still the largest commercial district in the Cordillera that is chartering its neighboring towns an ample assurance of economic progression.Burnham Park

To get there, Victory Liner, bus company based in Pasay City along Edsa, has departures for Baguio in the morning daily. You can also take your car. From Balintawak take North Expressway and get off at Dau Exit. Pass by Tarlac, Urdaneta and Pozzorubio. Before reaching Rosario, you may see a junction (Kennon Road) to Baguio. Skip that way, and at about 500 meters, you will see a newly constructed road with a signboard “to Baguio”. Other routes such as Naguillian Road from Bauang, or Marcos Highway from Agoo are good options for people who may want to enjoy first the beaches of La Union.

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