Friday, September 18, 2015

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Handog Tsinelas Para sa Batang Mandaragat ng A-LI-BI-JA-BAN

Alibijaban Island Beaches Handog Tsinelas Para sa Bata Island Mangroves Quezon Province San Andres Sand Bar
Aside from running and mountaineering other things that keep me busy all the time is to find happiness I feel about giving without expecting something in return, in other words I am doing this burning passion not just to enjoy but travel the eighty one provinces of the Philippines inspiring people about my advocacy - To empower others, to share, connect and inspire. Last May 2015 I'am with my online friends at this island for one day exploring the tranquil beauty that every A-LI-BI babies could enjoy. We try to do snorkeling, fishing, camping, trekking along the mangroves, and walk along the houses of the locals of Alibi. While walking I noticed a thing that will keep every tourist heart down for the island kiddos, they are playing on the pure sand without anything on their feet. 



Tsinelas

Tsinelas (slippers), which was derived from the Spanish word chinela, is a light low-cut footwear that can be easily slipped onto the foot. It has a very simple design consisting of a flexible sole and a Y-shaped hold-strap strategically placed in order to bind the slipper to the foot. It is considered a necessity by most Filipinos and has been incorporated in the standard inventory of every household, regardless of their social and economic class. Though traditionally made from abaca or katad (leather), modern tsinelas are now made out of rubber, fabric, synthetic resin, and other materials.
- wikipilipinas

Facts you should know about A-LI-BI-JA-BAN 

1. You wouldn’t know about until someone referred you and point you out on the map.



2. Difficult road often leads to beautiful destination.



3. Feel at home 



4. If you want to extend your good hands to others, you should know their needs.




5. The island is best for photo-ops.




6. Sunset is my favorite color, so this is the best place to enjoy sunset.


7. Enjoy the tranquil beauty with your love one.



How to get Alibijaban Island?


From Araneta Cubao Terminal

  1. Take Superlines/Barney Bus bound to Aurora former name of San Andres Quezon Province.
  2. Proceed to pier and hitch a ride for a motor boat.

From Alabang Starmall Terminal

  1. Take Barney Bus bound to Aurora former name of San Andres Quezon Province.
  2. Proceed to pier and hitch a ride for a motor boat.

From Lucena Grand Terminal

  1. Take Barney/Superlines Bus bound to Aurora former name of San Andres Quezon Province.
  2. Proceed to pier and hitch a ride for a motor boat.
From San Andres Port to Alibijaban

  • 1st option: Hitch a ride with the locals to cross the island (50 pesos per pax)
  • 2nd option: Hire a motor boat (Contact kuya dominic 0909 3839 902)


Video courtesy of Cati Boyd Youtube Channel


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