Postcards From The Philippines

Postcards From The Philippines

by Mark Nelson

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Overview

Sprawling across several sun-drenched latitudes lies the 7,100 islands of the Philippines whose personality bursts at every natural seam. This most westernized nation in Asia owes much of its character to its turbulent, multicultural, and multilingual history and the Filipinos have maintained their low-key naturally friendly approach to life. This collection of short essays, written over a 2 year period and ublished in various magazines, aims to provide information and opinions about the Philippines from a variety of angles, with no chirpy promises about how you'll travel around the islands for free, and no sugar-coated advice followed by lots of exclamation points. I believe that the Philippine is one of the best kept secrets in the world.After you read this book, I think you will agree.Topics include:
Yachtie’s Haven: Bonbonon Bay
Inampulugan Island
The Discovery of the USS Lanikai
The Cata-Al WWII Memorabilia Collection
Everything is Big in Davao
Davao Classic Car Club
A Visit to Corregidor Island
Seeing the Islands on a Banca Safari
The General's Jeep
Cats and Dogs: A Cultural Perspective
Davao: A New Nightlife Destination
The T’boli of Lake Sebu
The Hellships Memorial
In Search of the Golden Lily
The Pinoy X-Files
Memories of “The Rock”
Manila American Cemetery and Memorial
Gensan's Tuna Festival
Fort San Felipe, Cavite
Exciting Davao Fashion
Soaring High!
A Taste of Europe in Davao
Bite the Wax Tadpole
“Sow the Wind”: The Massacre at Balangiga
Lettuce in Pain
The Valuable One Peso Coin

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153766713
Publisher: Mark Nelson
Publication date: 10/03/2016
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 173 KB

About the Author

Mark Nelson worked for a Los Angels call center company when he was called to the Philippines to fix some problems in the company's call center there. When he arrived in the Philippines he was overwhelmed by the beautiful and sexy local girls. He went back to LA, resigned and returned to the Philippines. He now works for a call center company based in Manila. He has a lust for life and has his own philosophy on how to live it.

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