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Monday, March 23, 2009

Bohol on a budget

Yey, another item off my 100 list: tour Bohol. Although the main reason that Tenshi and I went there last month was to take part in her friends’ wedding in Maribojoc, we had one day to tour Bohol’s most common destinations. However, there was not enough time to stay in Panglao or watch dolphins in Pamilacan, which makes Bohol a must-return-to place for me.

A month before our trip, fellow Eduk, Inc. volunteers also went to Bohol to attend a wedding. Gladys generously shared her Bohol travel tips with me, and I hope she does not mind me sharing them here.

More @ TheCoffeePress

Sunday, March 22, 2009

And we’re back from Bohol

We had a blast although we could use a bit more sun in the place. It was sunny the first day but afterwards it was too cloudy and bleak to enjoy the beach. Too bad cause the beach there was very beautiful.

The resort where we stayed (Dumaluan Beach Resort) had free WiFi but on the second day, they lost their internet connection so I wasn’t able to go online for the rest of our trip. They had cable TV anyway and I was able to watch American Idol and the PBA Finals (Congrats Talk N’ Text).

It’s good to be back and I will write details about our trip in the upcoming weeks. But for now, have to go to the laundry and do some grocery.

More @ Calvin'sHub

Saturday, March 21, 2009

Cafe Lawis in Dauis

In between a very hectic working day today in Tagbilaran city, we had a late afternoon snack in the town accross the island called Dauis.

I went home to Bohol for some legal work for the family corporation.

I took a side trip from Cebu as I was having hearings there.

Anyway it was the first time I visited another restaurant in Dauis called Cafe Lawis.

What a spectacle!

There was an unexpected view like no other.
Cafe Lawis is on the premises of the old Dauis church so nobody can miss it.
My hearing is that Bea Zobel developed the area to the tune of P7M---probably more.
The church was renovated.
Visibly changed was the roof of the church.
The restuarant is both indoor and outdoor.
It's an artist's lair obviously.
Outside, it was a breath taiking view of Tagbilran and the main Bohol island.

More @ Breathing Space

Friday, March 20, 2009

What is the Church's Business in the Dauis Renaissance Program?

This paper presents an analysis, in financial perspective, of the details of the agreement entered into by parties 1) The Bishop of Tagbilaran, 2) Beatriz Susanna Zobel de Ayala, 3) Dauis Renaissance Company, Inc. and signed on June 24, 2008 in Dauis, Bohol, Philippines. As the agreement is vague in some respects, figure computations were interpreted on the basis of its implications to financial statements of the “Dauis Renaissance Company”, both currently and prospectively.

The paper is structured in three parts. The first section analyses the facts of the agreement and its implication on assets, equities, and net income projections. The relevant provisions of the agreement are cited side by side with the analysis. The second section represents the general independent appraisal of the author on the “Dauis Renaissance Company”, taking collectively all the facts mentioned in the first section. The annex section presents a list of important financial terms which are defined within the context of how these terms are used in the analysis.

More @ BoholAnalysis


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