20 November 2009


Here are now some impressions of two more activities of the PREDA people I joined. The first bunch of photos is about a theatre performance at a college in Olongapo, the second is about the school-feeding programm, I joined once, too.

Hungry streetkids

Remembrance I

Ready to go!

In the zone?!


Lil' princess

Another hungry kid ^^

Remembrance II

Learning is fun ^^

Just the truth :P

The actors are bored of waiting for their performance to start 

There you go!

Lunchtime - Work first, then comes the fun!!

Good Bye!
(It was a oath of the children, but whatever ^^)

building site

Here are some photos of the building site, where the new boys home of PREDA Foundation is going to be built. so, that's the building my mother was looking for. She watched the process of building it as an architect that's what you are supposed to do, I guess :P!

Nearly finished??


The workers also sleep and live at the building site



"Is this pipeline done correctly?" - "I don't think so. And the roof is crappy, too!" :XD

16 November 2009


So, this will be more like a photo-blog from now on ^^!

In my fourth week in the Philippines my mom and I went on a trip to the province North Luzon to see the rice-terraces in Banaue and the area around Banaue. Below you can find some impressions of ths weekend in the north of the Philippines with some describing words.

This is the entrance sign of the place where we stayed a few kilometres away from Banaue.

A native cottage. Very comfortable and functional little building ^^.

Awesome view over the terraces from our "Native Village Inn"!!

There were nice plants, too ;).

And a cute little ape :D!

This is a part of Banaue. Banaue is not a big city, more a bigger village!

Street view in Banaue.

More to come in the next posts... ;-)

14 November 2009

It's not over yet!!!

Although this blog was already over, I'm going to show you some more photos of my (and my mothers') journeys in the Philippines. Poorly my motivation was just gone, when I was back in Germany and my normal life went on, but I have taken many more photos of our "adventures" in the Philippines and Hong Kong, so I decided to catch up some stories. Now or never ;-)!