Bare necessities. If you are ever in Manila/PHL and looking to get a Prepaid mobile line for emergency and/or to just communicate around the islands, this might get you on the right track.
I did some research with Globe and their “GoSakto” make-your-own combos; ~P500/month for some calls and unlimited texting ain’t bad (P300 only if 1,000 of text). I’ll be able to afford more cronuts now!
A day in the region of Pagudpud. Ilocos Norte, Philippines. This place usually has awesome weather but we happen to just catch a storm. Oh well, it wasn’t too bad heading out and doing some hikes and exploration by flip-flop. We went to only visit the North-side as we needed to get back down to Laoag later on that day. (Feb 2013)
All shot on the GoPro HERO2HD. Edited on FCP X. My first time using it; sucks that you can’t trim the rejected partial-clips like in iMovie ’11. I might have to do the trimming beforehand, as unwanted file-space is adding up.
Time-lapse on a beautiful September day, on the shores of Crystal Beach in San Narciso, Zambales (Philippines). Each shot we’re 10-seconds apart with a total of 104 exposures; ~17 minutes total real-time.
Our road trip from Saturday, September 1, 2012. Passed Subic from some lunch at Meat Plus Cafe, then headed north to Zambales to get some surf, sand, and fun in the Sun.
We rolled to San Narciso’s Crystal Beach Resort. The people were friendly and so welcoming. It also happens to be a Quicksilver learning school. So that was awesome. Thanks to @SurfinFish + @Tdlc35Cruz + @BLKC24 + @MargauxSue + Chef May + Tess for a dope Saturday!
Blessed with a blue sky and fluffy clouds after weeks of rain, I figure I take the GoPro for another spin and a time-lapse of the Barrio. I faced this one towards the east, overlooking Pasig Proper (Downtown) and part of C5. This has a total of 217 photos, each taken at a 30-second interval. So that’s a total of about 1:48:30 of real-time footage of the area.