Turismo sa Bicol..ano masasabi nindo…?

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  • #115239


    carla
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    manoyfrank,
    totoo po. noy frank…..sa mga taga bikol na mga uragon…na nagsasabing mau nang magayon na lugar sa bikol na .nasasala po kamo…. e try po nindo na bisitahon ang CWC…CAM SUR…na pig develop sapangengenot niGOV.L RAY VILLAFUERTE…dakol na po ang turista na nagbibisita sasatong lugar,nag improve na income kan bikol…from 36th place…nasa top 10 na po…saro po yan na pwede ta nang apodon na ASENSO kan BIKOL…pag na develop po ang tinampo pa CARAMOAN…baka po…makasabi kamo..”.dae na munako mapa L.A…”mapa CARAMOAN na muna…!
    And e try din po nindo ang Sangay-Tiwi road…magayon po ang view…dakol din po tourist ang nag sightseeng dyan…kan ako nasa bikol pa almost every weekend nagmamaneho ako pasiring dyan…magayon ang kalsada…sa left side Pacific Ocean. the other side.a mountain…for almost 1 hour…ganon ang view…ang ganda…kung kamo po nasa bikol… e try po nindo…ta saindo pong babalik balikan an sakuyang lugar na binanggit…

  • #115192


    nonoyfrank
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    ang masasabi ko sa turismo sa probinsya mi sa camsur..maurag na dahil sa CWC na proyekto ni gob. nabisto ang kagayunan kang camsur sa bilog na kinaban. siring man nakatabang sa pagpauswag kang probinsya. ngunyan dinidevelop ang caramoan peninsula, ang secret paradise kang pilipinas, bilang sarong maurag na tourist spot..mas magayon pa sa boracay. makakatao ini ning dakul na trabaho saka negosyo sa mga lokal na residentes.

    so mga gusto po dyan ning caramoan adventure..login for more info @

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  • #115183


    le-bay
    Participant

    wara naman kayang magagayun na papasyaran sa bicol iyo iyo man sana

  • #86758


    Chozene
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    Hmmmmmmmm….I’m glad I came only to visit Philippines and spent my hardworking earnmoney and never part of the corrupt PI government. I’m glad people can’t live life a one hundred fifty years old with an evil and corrupt works, I am glad to be honest and poor. Prayer is a good works, answer maycame later.

    Marhay na adlaw sa saingo gabos!!!!!!

  • #86750


    Lyn
    Participant

    Uhm, siguro dae pa namondag yong magiging mahusay na leader,na mag papabago kang pinas.

  • #86741


    Ed
    Participant

    Bullseye! It’s all about leadership, He who has gold makes the rules. But in our case, he who has gold put it in his pocket. Every citizen will be proud of our birthplace only if our chosen leaders put the “funds” where it’s meant for. As you read all the scandals in the news, it’s all aboutcorrupted multi million dollar contractsnegotiated by our leaders, ie; ZTE broadband, lobbyist in Washington DC and now the mayor of camalig, albay on agricultural infrastructure project. Elected officials even pocketed portion ofit’s ransom during hostage negotiations.These are elected officials whopromise our citizens for a better lives. Where’s all the money that we borrowed from World, Asian Development Bank and multi-lateral agreements with various nations, not to forget our “OFWs” who gave it all? The only thing that we could see is a nation crying for help everytime we run into disaster. Remember we voted these people.
    Time magazine in 1992 was labeled The Philippines “whimp of Southeast Asia”, and the label never came off.

  • #86720


    Butchukoy
    Participant

    ini na lang something to ponder:
    ako mismo turista sa sadiri tang lugar. why?
    halos dae ko pa naduduman ang mga spots in Albay.
    never pa ako naka pa Mayon Rest House…
    Never ko pa naduman ang magagayun na beach resorts…
    And ang rason kaiyan iyo ang notion na ” Is it worth it?
    kung ako ngani na taga digdi dae ma convice to visit these places…
    how much more itong mga tunay na turista.
    Saru kita sa blessed with natural wonders…
    butanding (biggest)of Donsol…
    The smallest fish can be found in Lake Buhi…
    The perfect shaped Mayon…
    The untouched beaches (more beautiful than Boracay)…
    etc.etc.etc.etc.
    Kulang pa talaga ang efforts ta towards tourism.

  • #86709


    joe
    Participant

    Speaking of Tourism! Bicol could be one of the best becuase of its unique places, ie. Mayon Volcano, Tiwi Hot Spring, Cave… etc. An hapot ay..ta-no ta daing asenso? Para sako, maasenso lang an tourism sa Bicol if the word “if” will be answered, such as:
    1. if the peace in order will be maintained,
    2. if the road is good,
    3. if there will be a clean and functional facilities,
    4. if there is a huge support from both local and national gov’t,
    5. if the one in-charge in the tourism industry is not ‘paruton’

  • #86669


    Lyn
    Participant

    Phabol lang po! may nakalimutan akong batiin.
    Hi! Kuya at ate. Rod,AmayGa,Enna, Don, Bugs,Joe,at sa gabos na GB
    Magandang gabi or Aldaw s indong gabos!.

  • #86668


    Lyn
    Participant

    Agree ako sa indo gabos, nong nag uwi kami doman may dara akong toilet paper. may cubeta walang tubig, Kong kayon tubig uda paper towel. Pero may taga buhos ning tubig after you used it, i was very ashamedw/those person who is after me to flushed the toilet i used, why do they have to do that? Som restroom, had a bucket filled w/water already, that’s much better rather than somebody will flushed the toilet after you diba?
    CHOZENE, pareho yong anak mo at ank ko. Lagi ko siyang didara sa Mall, para idto magkaon, magastos na marhay.Pero enjoy kami gabos, pati akos ko, Kahit na pinapak siya kang mga lamok, pag uli namo ide kamay paa piklat lahat. Oo, may ipinag bago na bagang diit sa pinas kahit paano. Ang kalsada garo arog parin ng dati. Nag arkila kami ng Transpotation,pag abot namo doon sa destination nag korolog kang mga hawak namo ta lubak lubak so kalsada na pinag agihan.

  • #86657


    Rod
    Participant

    I took my family to Mayon Resthouse in 1995 and guess what? I was closed back then for repairs/renovation. So it takes awhile to fix things in Bicol. We ended up using the picnic area to rest and eat and do some photo shoot. Went to the bushes to pee. My children were afraid to go in the bushes for fear of snakes, bugsand creepy crawlers. Good thing we brought a porta-potty.

  • #86653


    Richard
    Participant

    I was at the Mayon Rest House in April last year accompanying a foreigner friend. The facilities were closed and not maintained at that time that I had to pee Pinoy style, against a wall.
    Saro pa sa nakawara ki gana kan panahon na ito, mendicancy, kadakul na mga aking nanghahagad ki “piso”. Buminakal na lang ako ki kamote sa mga aking nagtienda para kumita sinda, kesa magpalimos ki piso.
    The problem goes back to government control.
    I havent heard yet of a beach in Bicol that was fenced by an influencial individual, pero sa Cagayan igwa daa.
    To open-up the region to tourism, the local residents should be open-minded and liberal. Benefits from tourism doesn’t come without a price, such asvices andimmoral activities.

  • #86621


    Ed
    Participant

    You hit mark “Kil”!, I don’t knowwhy anyone has to pay to access a beach anyway. It’s a public place. It belongs to the people.A small feeto keep it neat and provideclean restroom should have been fine. Supervised children under 7 should never have to pay any. And then there’s the Re$ortS. Most of them were funded by public funds funnelled to private sector, only to serve those “who can afford it”. Isn’t it ironic, there’s enough decent paying jobs in the country, but you have to pay for everything with your arms legs.

  • #86608


    Anonymous

    I think that there are not anywherenearenough resorts and beaches which ought to be set aside for the perusal of the general public in the Philippines, it’s no different in the Bicol region as far as I can see, Everywhere one goes there is an entrance fee per headplus a charge for the seating area and the prices they ask are wellover the top for most families, in my opinion!. The authorities should be doing something moreabout this matter as almost anywhere reasonably decent to visit is in private hands, What about the future generations and the poor children? are they to be forever denied a fun-day-out because of the exclusive way things arebeen run currently.

  • #86336


    Josee
    Participant

    Very interesting ang thread mo brotherRobert; gasgas na ang magkumpara sa atin sa mga kalapit na bansa kong gaano namumukadkad ang kanilang turismo at kong paano tayo iniwan ng mila-milya. Hanggat ganid ang mga namamahala sa satuya, hanggat may mga pulitikong masisiba, hanggat may kurakot, hanggatmay terorista, hanggat dumadagundong ang mga problemang pampulitika, hangat bulok ang balita ng media, apektado ang turismo ng Bicol.
    Hindi nalalayo…tunay namang masisipag ang ating mga pinunong bayan sa mga proyektong inumpisahan isang buwan bago ang halalan o kong nakukunsensya paminsan-minsan. Natapos man, kasalukuyang inuumpisahan o pinapangarap pa lang nakalista na ang isang project bilang achievement sa mga ipinapakalay nilng fliers tuwingeleksyon.
    Private corporation/Developers/Investors or private group or individual ang nahihiling kong bubuhay sa Turismo kan Bicol bako ang local government. Nyanga? ask for thier blue print and road map, implementation and long term management for local tourism inda ko lang tabi.
    Bicol needs good leader who will run it like a CEO.
    Brother Robert nailing ko sa Government-Agriculture sector ka palan expert (scientest or Technicial on rice pathology, decease and propagation), particularly sa NFA ano na daw tabi ang Road map asin blue print kan gobyerno manungod sa bagas?, (ta sabi mo sa kabilang thread dakulaon palan an pundo ngunyan dyan sa agriculture)…Aminin mahirap mamasyal sa mga beautiful spots pag gutom. and speaking of Agriculture Fund…dakulon pala ang mga lumber sa kamaynilaan marami dyan galing sa BICOL…dae ko pigsasabina galing sa illegal logging yan, mahirap kasi mamasyal na artepisyal na su mga puno.

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