• Monday, November 23rd, 2015
San Pablo is known as the seven crater lakes scattered around the City in the province of Laguna, Philippines. If you want to see the paradise, simply look and view it.
Here are the 7 lakes in San Pablo
- Lake Bunot in Brgy. Concepcion
- Lake Calibato, sometimes spelled as Lake Kalibato in Brgy. Sto. Angel
- The Lake of Pandin in San Lorenzo
- Lake Palakpakin, sometimes spelled as Lake Palacpaquin or Palacpaquen in Brgy. Sna Buena ventura
- Lake Muhikap, also known as Lake Mojicap or Lake Mohicap in Brgy. Sta. Catalina
- Lake Sampaloc, also spelled as Lake Sampalok, the largest of the seven lakes in Brgy. Pobalcion
- Lake of Yambo in Brgy. San Lorenzo
San Pablo nestled in the foothills of three majectics mountains. Mount Banahaw, Mount Makiling and the Siera Madre Mountains. San Pablo is the City of seven Lakes, is blessed with a cool climate, clean air, natural hot springs, and breathtaking Mountain View. Anyhow, our company Vista Land opened the new branch of Camella Subdivision here at San Pablo. It is located at Brgy. San Jose, San Pablo City knows as Brgy. Malamig. I am blessed because after grand launching I have a client who bought the one unit of property is cost of 3.7million pesos. Thanks God for the blessings. Well I need to fallow up may client about the requirements, Sunday afternoon around 3pm, hubby, sister and I went to San Pablo City, and then my hubby convinced me to go to the San Pablo Sampaloc Lake. Wow the place and ambiance was really good and very relaxing.
Here are the photos taken in Sampaloc Lake!
• Friday, November 20th, 2015
It’s only 35 days before Christmas. Lat week my nephew Vince, hubby and I went to Pacific Mall Lucena. At the entrance of the mall we saw the giant Christmas tree with gifts and different kind of Christmas décor so I take a photo for them. Christmas décor Because Christmas decoration is an ornamentation used at Christmas time. The traditional colours of Christmas are pine green or evergreen snow white, and heart red. Blue and white are often used to represent winter, or sometimes Hanukkah, which occurs around the same time.
Anyway here are the photos taken.
My nephew Vince
My hubby and Vince
• Sunday, November 15th, 2015
Christmas is fast approaching its only 39 days before Christmas. Yesterday Vince, hubby saw the different style of parol in the street. Then I bought parol for my Christmas decoration. The parol is made from wire, plastic and capiz with shining Christmas light that gives the happiness for every Filipino during the Christmas season. Anyhow, paróls is tradionally have a star-shaped framework made of bamboo sticks which are then covered by coloured pieces of either Japanese paper or crepe paper. The most common form is a five-pointed star with two decorative “tails”.
Paról is an ornamental, star-shaped Christmas lantern from the Philippines. It is traditionally made out of bamboo and paper and comes in various sizes and shapes, but generally the basic star pattern remains dominant. It’s also retains its original association with the Simbang Gabi ritual, a series of dawn masses that lasts for nine days. These lanterns remain until January, traditionally removed after Ephipany to honour the Three Kings and their visit to the infant Jesus.
I choose belen design because it’s a Filipino term derived from the Spanish word for Bethlehem. Two or three-dimensional figures are usually found in a Christian nativity scene. Inside a barn or stable shows the child Jesus lying in a manger while Mary and Joseph watch over him. Oftentimes, the scene includes the Three Wise Men or Magi (with or without their camels), the angels, the shepherds and their flock, a donkey, an ox, and the Star of Bethlehem that led the magi to Jesus’ birthplace.