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magkano kaya ang lupa sa palawan yung walking distance lang sa shore or kahit 115min. car ride thinking of settling there? mura ba ang lifestyle sa palawan o pang turista lang talaga?
gusto ko sana maging residente diyan eh of obvious reasons :)


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Overlooking 5.73 hectares in Brgy Bacungan, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan. Just 25-30 minutes north of the city. Close to beautiful Nagtabon Beach. Stunning mountain & valley views with distant views to Honda Bay, Rolling hillside lot with many flat sections, surrounded by natural beauty. Titled Property.

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This commercial lot is located in secondary road of the city. Few minutes drive to provincial capitol, NCCC, banks, fast food chains like Chowking, McDonald and Jollibee. Walking distance to school, hotel and pension houses, Restaurants. More or less 5 minutes going to airport. Titled property.

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This property located along barangay road and with fence. Walking distance to beach, few minutes drive to Robinson’s mall, public market, terminal, schools, offices, and grocery stores. About 15 minutes going to the airport and city commercial center.

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This property located along barangay road, surrounded with fence and planted some bananas and coconut trees. Few minutes away to Robinson’s Mall, beach resort, public market, terminal, schools, offices and grocery stores. More or less 15 minutes to airport and city commercial center.


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Welcome bro dhf :) Ty for dropping by. How are u today?


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Log off muna ako mga friends. I will see you tomorrow. :)


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Town’s first grade school graduate

Kalayaan, a town in the disputed Spratly archipelago will have its first grade school graduate next month, reports the Philippine Star.

Department of Education, DepEd, officials will preside on the delayed graduation rites of Kalayaan's lone grade school graduate, according to the report.

According to DepEd, there are two fulltime teachers in Pag-asa island (seat of Kalayaan town) who conduct classes for Kindergarten to Grade 3 in the morning and Grade 4 to 6 in the afternoon.

There are only 107 civilian residents in Kalayaan and 34 of them are children.

“It’s No Fun in Pag-asa”

“It’s No Fun in Pag-asa” is a Facebook page launched to help Pag-asa residents cope with tensions in the West Philippine Sea or South China Sea.

Carlos Celdran, a cultural activist, tourist guide and the ‘It’s No Fun in Pag-asa’ page co-creator, stated in an interview with the Inquirer that,

“You can donate by logging on and liking our Facebook page first. We’ll be making shout outs soon. If you just contact us there, we can show you the list of things that they need on the islands. Like chess boards, fishing nets, solar lights, books, books, and more books.”

“These people on the island are hungry for mental stimulation,” he added.

Celdran also said that “the goal of the ‘It’s No Fun in Pagasa’ is to educate Filipinos about issues of patrimony and sovereignty over our share of the Spratlys.”
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Kalayaan Island to have first grade school graduate

by Jaime Laude, The Philippine Star
Posted at 04/27/2014 11:11 AM | Updated as of 04/27/2014 11:11 AM
MANILA - A Grade 6 pupil on Pag-asa Island in the disputed Spratly archipelago will be the first to complete his elementary education in the most remote part of the country.

Kalayaan Mayor Eugenio Bito-onon said the pupil, whose parents have relocated to the island town, would be declared a graduate of Kalayaan Elementary School in commencement exercises scheduled next month.

“Our town will have its first elementary graduate, but the commencement exercise is somewhat delayed as it will be held next month,” Bito-onon said.

Representatives of the Department of Education (DepEd) in Palawan will go to Pag-asa Island to officially preside over the graduation rites.

Last year, the school produced the first batch of four kindergarten graduates.

Originally, there were five kindergarten pupils but one dropped out. The four are now in Grade 1 and are expected to enroll in the next grade level when classes start in June.
Bito-onon admitted he is still at a loss whether their first elementary graduate would be automatically admitted to high school or must finish or complete Grade 7 under the new K-12 curriculum.

DepEd approved the opening of the Kalayaan Elementary School to meet the educational needs of children of residents who migrated to Pag-asa Island, seat of Kalaayan town.

Before this, elementary pupils from the island had to leave their parents and stay with relatives in mainland Palawan to attend school.

Allowing civilians to settle in Pag-asa Island, the second largest in the hotly contested region, is in line with the government’s move to “demilitarize” the prevailing dispute in the archipelago brought about by overlapping maritime claims of the Philippines, China, Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiwan and Brunei.

The number of students enrolled at the Kalayaan Elementary School has increased to 27 following the completion of a pre-fabricated classroom donated by the Ayala Foundation last year through the efforts for former Western Command chief Juancho Sabban.

Before the building of the pre-fabricated classroom, students held their classes in an old multi-purpose hall.

Attending to the students – six are in kindergarten and 20 in Grades 1 to 5 and one in Grade 6 – are two full-time teachers that DepEd assigned to the island town with a civilian population of 107, 34 of them children.

“Kindergarten to Grade 3 pupils attend their classes in the morning, while Grades 4 to 6 students have their classes the whole afternoon. This is due to the lack of classrooms and teachers,” Bito-onon said.

A contingent of military personnel from the Navy and Air Force is on forward deployment in the island as well as in six other islets and two reefs to secure and protect the country’s sovereign rights over the contested territory.


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Kalayaan is one of the municipalities of the Province of Palawan.


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