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When we lived in the Molo district of Iloilo City we had Globe DSL internet service. Ai??It was really slow. Ai??Our wireless Globe WiMax service at our new house in Tigbauan is better, but neither could be described as good. Ai??Why? Ai??Of course theAi??internetAi??providers cram two many users on a shaky infrastructure. Ai??When I was in Iloilo City, I snapped this photo of a telephone lineman at work. Ai??Any other questions about why your DSL is not so hot?
A telephone lineman working in Iloilo City. Any other questions about why your DSL service is lousy?
These linemen are really miracle workers! Ai??How could anyone make sense of this tangle and make it work, at least more or less.

The Colegio de San Jose in Jaro, Iloilo City, Philippines.
E. Lopez Street, Jaro, Iloilo City, Philippines
Tel. No. +63 33 329-2595 or +63 33 329 4151
Fax No. +63 33 329-5529
Email Address: csj@dcphilippines.org
Colegio San Jose, Iloilo City
From Wikipedia:
Colegio de San Jose had its humble beginning in 1872. Reverend Father Ildefonso Moral, C.M., rector of Jaro Archdiocesan Seminary and Don Recardo MascuAi??ana signed the contract of its establishment on July 9, 1871.
On May 1, 1872 the Daughters of Charity opened a school to provide Christian education for girls. In 1877 they decided to give up the school for lack of resources. Bishop Mariano Cuartero of Jaro realized the need of the teaching and the catechetical services of the Sisters. He gave them full charge of the Escuela Municipal, a free school for the poor, located at Sta. Isabel and Lopez Jaena Streets.

In 1881 another story was added to the Sister’s quarter to answer to the urgent request of the parents. A dormitory for girls and a chapel were inaugurated by His Excellency Most Rev. Leandro Arrue, A.R., Bishop of Jaro.
In 1892 Reverend Father Domingo Viera, C.M. and Sor Juana Goita, D.C., Mother Superior, conceived the plan of constructing a college managed and owned by the Daughters of Charity. The Sisters were to continue managing the Escuela Municipal.
With the help of the higher Superiors and new loyal benefactors, the work immediately started. The site was ideally located at East Lopez Street. Manuel Uytiepo aided the sisters in finishing the building. In spite of the interruption of the Revolution of 1896, the new imposing Colegio de San Jose was inaugurated on March 19, 1896.
Along with the reconstruction of the building was the organization of the administration, re-examination of the education objectives, and adoption of new methods to suit the needs of the students. The curriculum included Reading, History, Writing, Arithmetic, Spanish Grammar, Practical Arts, and Religious and Moral Training. The emphasis was Christian formation and Christian manners and right conduct.
On September 14, 1917, five of the Sisters from Colegio de San Jose started theAi??Colegio del Sagrado Corazon de JesusAi??in Iloilo City proper.
In 1926, the college was allowed to grant high school diplomas. Later on, it offered college courses like Music, Teacher Education, Secretarial and Commerce. Colegio de San Jose, the oldest school for girls in Western Visayas, had a complete library, a school of music, plus complete courses from pre-elementary to college.

Colegio de San Jose, Iloilo City

Fire and new building
On August 30, 1958, the school was razed by fire of undetermined origin. TheAi??Viritas, local newspaper, quoted that the burning of Colegio de San Jose was both material and historic loss to Iloilo. The history of the education and cultural works of the Daughters of charity of St. Vincent de Paul was destroyed.
In the early 1950s, the Escuela Municipal became a free school serving as a laboratory for the in-campus practice teaching of normal education students. It functioned and even flourished after the fire of 1958 the building having withstood the fire.
Colegio de San Jose’s Mission never died with the fire. Church and government official, heads of schools, superiors of the congregation like Sor Ana Cassassas and Sor Hermenegilda Beroiz and Father Zacariaz Zubinas, C.M., the whole D.C. province, loyal benefactors and alumni all over the country, contributed to the rebuilding of the new vigorous college. A new building was blessed by His Excellency Most Rev. Jose Ma. Cuenco, Archbishop of Jaro on November 27, 1959.
After Sister Ines PeAi??a D.C. reconstructed the college and put things in order, Sister Tarsila Palermo, D.C. took over the management. During her term she also had the supervision of the opening of the Marillac Academy in Miag-ao, a sister institution of Colegio de San Jose. Sister Concepcion Gotera, D.C. who succeeded Sister Tarsila, carried on with the preparation of the school, until on September 6, 1969, it was officially opened. Then Sister Ines PeAi??a, D.C. took over, followed by Sister Soledad Torre, D.C.
March 1979 marked a new thrust in the administration of CSJ and other D.C. schools. A new vision systemizing the management, supervision and administration of all D.C. schools was adopted. The Catholic School System Development Program was integrated in the Daughters of Charity Mission Statement.
School year 1981-1982 saw Colegio de San Jose making a forward thrust by opting for PAASCU accreditation. While the Basic Education Department had undergone and passed the Preliminary and Formal Survey, the College Department, in coordination with the faculty, students, personnel, parents, alumni and community launched the PAASCU Preliminary Survey on January 19ai??i??20, 1987.
Colegio de San Jose, Iloilo City
To intensify the academic programs, a Computer Laboratory was installed in 1988 and computer subjects were offered in all courses. In 1990, the Two-Year Computer Secretarial was offered with the new Bachelor of Science in Accountancy program. The computer facilities were upgraded in 1993, Computer Technology was added as a new major in the AB, BSED, BEED programs while Computer Management was added as a new major in the BSC program.
The best feature of the Basic Education Department is its Personalized Education Program as confirmed by PAASCU Re-accreditation in 1988 for Upper BED and in 1990 for Lower BED.
Through the beneficent support of the alumni, parents and students, a new four-storey building was inaugurated and blessed on November 24, 1991 by Most Reverend Alberto Piamonte, D.D. on the occasion of the 400th Birth Anniversary of St. Louise de Marillac. Dedicated to her, this building is now the College Building or the Higher Education Department.
To cater to the increasing technological and cultural needs of the students, a new audio-visual room was installed and blessed on November 28, 1991. In response to the increasing school population, Health Services Center was relocated in 1991. It was centrally located within the school campus where emergency needs can be adequately provided.
Cognizant of its vision-mission, Colegio de San Jose continues to grant scholarship privileges to the economically deprived but deserving youth of the community. This was made possible through the Marillac Grantees Program.
The 120th Foundation Anniversary of Colegio de San Jose was marked by the launching of Basic Ecclesial Communities on October 2, 1992. A big budgetedAi??LouiseAi??written and directed by Fr. James Reuter, S.J. shown on November 27ai??i??29, 1992, stole the limelight as it duplicated the success of a similar play produced in Manila by the DC schools.
Colegio de San Jose was chosen as a pilot school in 1993-94 for the Revised Religious Education Program in the DC Schools System.
In February 1994, the Upper Basic Education Department was successfully granted by PAASCU another five-year accredited status. Commendable is the sincere and earnest efforts of the Administration to work for Lay Empowerment wherein co-responsibility is given to lay partners.
Faced with challenge of the school’s mission to build Christian Communities, the Faculty and Non-Teaching Personnel of Colegio de San Jose underwent series of retreats and seminars to prepare them to Basic Ecclesial Communities which have evidently strengthened the harmonious relationship between and among faculty members, administration, students and parents. This contributed greatly to the continual building up of Colegio de San Jose into a Christian-Vincentian community, developing in them a strong sense of dedication and spirit of service.
School year 1994-95 was geared toward PAASCU Re-Survey of the Lower Basic Education Department and Formal PAASCU Survey for the Higher Education Department. A three-year accredited status was granted by PAASCU to the Higher Education Department on April 21, 1995.
It is an ongoing concern of the administration to improve its facilities and provide better learning encounters for the clientele. During the school year 1994-1995, a new Reading Center and an office for the Student Personnel Services were installed. The Music Room had been relocated, and this revived students’ potentials for music. Special courses in Piano, Guitar, Organ and Voice are offered.
Living to its mission with preferential love for the poor, the Marillac Grantees’ Dormitory was renovated and greatly improved to serve their needs.
In the same school year, initial efforts toward integrated administration between Colegio de San Jose and its sister school, Colegio del Sagrado Corazon de Jesus were effected to realize the SLMSS-DC school system approach. In this set-up, CSJ and CSCJ share a common president. This innovation creates a more competent sharing of each other’s potentials and resources thereby accomplishing its core values and education thrusts.
To respond to the needs of the growing population, a new three-storey building was inaugurated and blessed in June 1996. This is now the St. Joseph Building that houses the Lower Basic Education.
In summer 1996, Colegio de San Jose, in its efforts to continuously provide relevant quality education in answer to the demands of the times and advance in technology, started to extend its computer facilities to the larger community of offering short/special courses in computer. In like manner, the Higher Education enriched its curriculum during the school year 1996-1997 by offering Management Accounting as an additional major in the Commerce Program.
The continuing development of Colegio de San Jose is a collaborative effort of committed administration, faculty, personnel, students, parents, and alumni journeying together toward an integrated academic and non-academic programs with Christian formation as the core permeating all its activities.
Student Experience
Being a college student of Colegio de San Jose if a great opportunity and experience. We are exposed in the outside world through the different outreach activities offered by the school. We are helping the poor and the needy especially those who are in the far Barangays. We also had an Apostolate (we went to a hospital and prayed for the sick) . I am very thankful for that experience I had while studying in this school. The advocacy in helping the poor will remain in my heart forever.

An exploration of quiet, beautiful Guimaras Island, Philippines; Alubihod Beach, Raymen Beach Resort, Baras Resort, Isla Naburot Resort, El Retiro Resort, mangrove restoration project and the historic Navalas Church. Ai??Guimaras Island is just a short, scenic and inexpensive pump boat away from Iloilo City.Ai??Alubihod beach is the best white sand beach that’s close to Iloilo City. You’ll leave from rather decrepit docks off General Hughes Street (going to Jordan port on Guimaras) or from the north side of Fort San Pedro to Buenavista on Guimaras.Ai?? This is not one of the safest areas of Iloilo City after dark so our advice is that if you arrive after dark take a taxi, don’t wander the streets in the port area. Once you get …

The Tirol and Tirol Resort on Boracay was one of the earliest upscale resorts on Boracay Island. Ai??This White Beach resort Ai??has recently been sold and perhaps demolished. Ai??Carol and I stayed there in March of 2009. Ai??We’re posting a few photos as our memorial to one of the old line Boracay resorts, one which did not crown the maximum amount of guest rooms on the available land, which allowed for some open space and which made good use of natural materials. Ai??Note that as far as we know this resort is no longer in existence so please don’t contact us for information or reservations. Ai??These photos are for nostalgia only. Ai??Thanks
Entrance to Tirol and Tirol Resort on Boracay’s sandy “main street” path. 2009.
Tirol and Tirol Beach Resort, Boracay, Philippines
Cogon grass roofed cottages, sand paths and open space at Tirol and Tirol Resort, Boracay
A vanishing era at Boracay
Uncrowded but right on White Beach, Boracay
Cogon roofed cottage at Tirol and Tirol Resort
The beginning of the end of Tirol and Tirol? March 2009
Next door is the Boracay Regency, a more modern Boracay Resort

If you’re looking for superlative Philippine charity, it’s hard to imagine anything better than Operation Yuhum. Ai??In the Hilagaynon or Ilonggo dialect of the central Philippines, “yuhum” means grin or smile. Ai??It’s hard to imagine a program which could bring more smiles to the children, their parents, medical workers and volunteers involved in Operation Yuhum. Ai??The program has helped to provide reconstructive Ai??surgery to hundreds of children on Panay Island, children who were born withAi??deformitiesAi??such as cleft lip and cleft palate. Ai??Before surgery, many of these beautiful children were ashamed to be seen in public, too ashamed to go to school. Ai??TheirAi??childhoodAi??and future prospects were deeply darkened. Ai?? The operations they receive for free from Operation Yuhum are profoundly transforming for these children, their families, and the medical staff and volunteers who work with them. Ai??Information on how you can help follows a few photos I took at a Operation Yuhum clinic at West Visayas Medical Center, a public hospital in Iloilo City.
Former Miami police officer Larry Mally has dedicated his retirement in the Philippines to helping local children and their families.
An Operation Yuhum at West Visayas Medical Center in Iloilo City

Larry Mally attending to paperwork at Operation Yuhum clinic.

Much more information, including photos, videos and links are available on the Operation Yuhum website. Ai??Your support will be appreciated and put to the best possible use – bringing a new life to a Philippine child.