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Monthly Archives: September 2013

Have you ever walked on fire?

Have you ever walked on fire- literally? I did. and I was barefooted.

I belong to Batch 6. We are called the Dragon Warriors. Basically because we dared to walk on fire. It was the highlight of our 3-day firewalk bootcamp in Tagaytay.

Before I got all the nerves to do it, I joined seminars conducted by John Calub. The Firewalk Boot Camp is always the finale. I was not keen at attending the said camp considering that we have to travel to Luzon just to join at the same time, we need to pay P25,000.00 for each participant. I thought, the Money Magnet and Attracting Wealth Seminar were already enough. And the thought of walking on fire surely scared me. I never liked fire. But Regie was determined. He said the seminar would make or break us.

 

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Preparing the bed of hot burning coal

Probinsyana in Bohol

If there is one place in the Philippines that I’ve always dreamed of going, it’s Bohol. I’ve always wanted to see the famous chocolate hills and the big-eyed primate tarsier. For me, the hills and the tarsier are images of Bohol. I have been to Cebu a couple of times but I never had the chance to go to Bohol. Come to think of it, it’s just a ferry away.

Last July, PAREB or the Philippine Association of Real Estate Boards, the organization where I belong, decided to hold the Visayas-Mindanao Convention in Panglao, Bohol. It coincided with my family’s decision to visit Bohol this year, only that, it would no longer be just pure pleasure but business, as well.

I traveled again with my partners, my husband and our 10-year old son, to Bohol. This is the beauty of homeschooling as I can always bring my child anywhere and he learns from real life scenarios.

From Cebu, we took a ferry going to Tagbilaran. We had the Supercat and it took us 2 hours only to travel from Cebu to Tagbilaran. Since we went there a day ahead of our convention, we had all the time to go around Bohol.