Posts by Schokoprinz

    In Puerto Princesa kenne ich einige Resorts, ich wollte aber mal wieder etwas neues ausprobieren, und so viel die Entscheidung spontan auf das Deep Forest Garden Resort in ruhiger Lage ca. 15-20 min vom Airport. Das Resort hat einen schönen Pool und ein sehr gutes, wenn auch relativ teures (Durchschnitt Hauptgericht 450-550 php), Restaurant.

    sehr schöne Bilder, ich habe ein neues Ziel :D


    Für die Übernachtung selbst im geräumigen Aircon Zimmer mit TV und Mini Bar zahlt man 1500 - 1900 php.

    und das ist super in Ordnung :D

    nicht zu fassen wie man hier die Bevölkerung für dumm verkauft...


    Quiboloy: ‘I yelled at the Mindanao quake to stop, it did’


    das eigentliche Problem ist aber, viele glauben das...


    MANILA, Philippines — Pastor Apollo Quiboloy, the self-declared “Appointed Son of God”, has said that people should thank him for stopping Tuesday’s 6.6-magnitude earthquake, which rocked North Cotabato and nearby provinces.


    The powerful tremor left at least 8 people dead and nearly 400 others injured.


    In a video shared by Youtube user Vergel Cabero on Thursday, Quiboloy said he “yelled” at the quake to stop and it did.


    “Noong lumindol ng 6.6 (magnitude), nandoon ako kahapon, nandoon ako sa kwarto ko, sabi ko ‘lindol stop, umi-stop’ (When the 6.6-magnitude quake hit, I was in my room, and I told it stop, and it did),” Quiboloy said in the video.

    “Pasalamat kayo sa akin kasi kung hindi ko pina-stop ‘yun, marami kayong magigiba diyan, mamamatay kayo (You should thank me for stopping the earthquake because otherwise many of you will be dead),” he added.

    “Sinigawan ko ‘yung lindol, noong gumanon na ‘yung mga chandelier ko, ‘stop!’ sabi ko, stop kaagad (I yelled at the earthquake to stop when I saw my chandelier shaking, and it stopped),” he further said.

    According to him, there were witnesses when he ordered the earthquake to stop. He further claimed “yung pangalawa ganun din,” likely referring to another earthquake that followed.

    His audience cheered and clapped at the pastor’s pronouncements, some even uttered: “Amen!”


    Quiboloy is a televangelist and founder of the homegrown Christian sect Kingdom of Jesus Christ, the Name Above Every Name or KJC, based in Davao.


    He is also a known ally of President Rodrigo Duterte. In 2016, then-Davao City mayor Duterte admitted he received gifts such as properties and cars from the pastor. /kga

    Storck Riesen in original deutscher Verpackung gibt es tatsächlich nicht auf den Philippinen, und das gerade macht es doch aus.

    und ich dachte immer wichtig wäre was drin ist und gegessen wird....wusste nicht dass ihr die wegen der deutschen Beschriftung kauft....oder schmeckt die besser? :mauer:mauer:mauer


    das war mal gar nichts....denn auf den Inhalt kommt es an, gilt auch für hier :D

    ich würde mal 100€ pro Tag mitnehmen, wenn du „Privat“ untergebracht bist.

    das halte ich auch für den Umständen angemessen, natürlich kann man auch mit weniger überleben oder halt mehr unter die Leute bringen....



    Komme privat unter, brauche also nur tägliche Kosten für Essen, Trinken und eventuelle Ausflüge.

    hier wäre ich etwas sehr vorsichtig, also je nach dem wo du privat unter kommst kann es schon eine gewisse Erwartungshaltung geben, zB mal den Kühlschrank füllen, bei einer liegengebliebenen Stromrechnung helfen oder sich an der Miete beteiligen, da sind also der Phantasie keine Grenzen gesetzt...



    Was da bei Dir gelaufen ist, läßt sich nicht nachvollziehen.

    denke schon...

    Ich kenne mich da zwar nicht aus.....aber muss man ein Bild hochladen?


    Gruss

    hängt wohl vom Anbieter ab was er vorschreibt....

    allerdings ist meiner Meinung nach das Hochladen eines Bildes zwingend erforderlich wenn man Erfolg da haben will, denn es geht ja darum die Damenwelt für einen zu interessieren und wenn ich Frau wäre und würde ein Profil sehen ohne Bild, würde ich nicht kontaktieren, höchstens denken was der zu verbergen hat oder ob das Aussehen so schlecht ist dass kein Bild eingestellt werden kann...

    Wichtig ist auch alle cookies zu löschen, ein neues email-Konto und ein komplett neues Foto und eigene Beschreibung, Wünsche etc.

    Dann sollte es wieder klappen, wer's denn braucht.

    das finde ich doch mal einen sehr guten Expertentipp. Scheinbar eingängige Erfahrungen gemacht dort? Oder doch nur ausgedacht? :denken

    Hat sich jemand hier schon Möbel anfertigen lassen?


    Luzon. Bevorzugt nicht mehr als 100 bis 150 km von Manila entfernt


    Speziell suche ich einen Esstisch mit 8 Stühlen


    in etwa so etwas suche ich, ovaler Tisch um 2 Meter, etwas dunkler aber das ist ja kein Problem...



    Besten Dank

    Ja wer hat denn jetzt beschissen, hätte er vlt doch besser den Ball flach gehalten, aber Gier frisst ja bekanntlich Hirn...

    PET: Robredo lead grew by 15,000 votes in initial poll protest recount


    MANILA (3rd UPDATE) – Vice President Leni Robredo’s lead over former senator Bongbong Marcos grew by as much as 15,000 votes after the initial recount in the election protest the latter filed, the Supreme Court sitting as the Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET) said in a resolution.


    The resolution, made public Friday, said Robredo's lead over Marcos increased from 263,473 to 278,566 after initial recount, up by 15,093 votes.


    "Thus, based on the final tally after revision and appreciation of the votes in the pilot provinces, protestee Robredo maintained, as in fact she increased, her lead with 14,436,337 votes over protestant Marcos who obtained 14,157,771 votes," the resolution read.


    Two other tribunal members also made reference to the rise in the lead.


    In his dissenting opinion, SC Associate Justice Benjamin Caguioa said the initial recount even increased Robredo's lead over Marcos.


    He said Robredo got 14,436,325 votes, increasing her lead from 263,473 to 278,555 over Marcos, who obtained 14,157,770 votes


    “The Tribunal retrieved thousands of ballot boxes from three provinces, revised millions of ballots, and ruled on each and every objection and claim of the parties on these millions of ballots. After all these, the Tribunal eventually arrived at a final tally," said Caguioa in his dissenting opinion the high court released Friday along with the resolution.

    Caguioa insisted that following Rule 65 of the 2010 PET Rules, the election protest should be dismissed.


    Under Rule 65, the protest may be dismissed “without further consideration of the other provinces” if the protestant will most probably fail to make out his case after the initial recount involving 3 provinces.

    Caguioa said it is a disservice to the PET Rules to refuse to dismiss the protest despite “clear and unmistakable lack of basis."


    The Supreme Court, voting 11-2, had opted to require both parties to comment on the report and to submit their memoranda on Marcos’ third cause of action seeking to annul the elections in the provinces of Lanao del Sur, Basilan and Maguindanao, citing due process requirements.


    "This controversy has spawned very serious but unfounded and careless speculations on the part of many partisan observers who, on the basis of incomplete information, would rather latch on to their favorite conspiratorial theories rather than critically examine the facts and the law involved in this case," the resolution read.


    "This Tribunal, however, will comply with its constitutionally mandated duty allowing the parties the opportunity to examine the results of the revision and appreciation of the pilot provinces as well as comment so that they are fully and fairly heard on all the related legal issues," it added.


    But Caguioa does not see the wisdom of requiring parties to comment.


    “Because from the results, what else is there to say and comment on? Under the PET Rules, how else is the Tribunal to decide? To my mind, asking the parties to comment on the foregoing clear and unequivocal results is a failure to terminate and dispose the Protest in a just, speedy, and expeditious manner, when a clear ground exists for its dismissal,” he said.

    Joining Caguioa in dissenting is Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio, who said PET Rules are clear that the pilot provinces should not be more than three.


    Marcos had chosen Negros Oriental, Camarines Sur and Iloilo as his pilot provinces but wanted to look into the three provinces in Mindanao.


    Carpio also said the initial recount resulted in a net increase of 15,093 votes in favor of Robredo.


    He added that even Marcos’ third cause of action on annulment of elections in 3 Mindanao provinces requires revision and recount of ballots, and these provinces should have formed part of the pilot provinces.

    "The last thing that this Tribunal should do is to change its rules in midstream to accommodate a party who has failed to comply with what Rule 65 of the 2010 PET Rules expressly requires," he said.


    BOTH SIDES' REACTION

    Robredo's camp welcomed the development, saying "they have proven their victory again in the recount."

    "Clearly, we won in May 2016," Atty. Beng Sardillo, Robredo's counsel, said in a statement.


    Atty. Barry Gutierrez, Robredo's spokesman, said the development only confirmed their victory in 2016.


    "Mula simula, ito na ang aming sinasabi, na ayon sa recount ng tatlong pilot provinces, tumaas lalo ang lamang ni VP Leni kay Marcos. Tinawag kaming sinungaling, inakusahan kaming nagkakalat ng fake news," Gutierrez said.


    "Ngayon, simple lang ang tanong namin: Sino ang napatunayang sinungaling?"


    Robredo's camp urged Marcos to "respect the decision of the Filipino people and don’t confuse the public with misinformation and lies."


    "Ibabalik ko kay Ginoong Marcos ang isang paboritong sabihin ng pamilya niya: Move on na. Natalo ka, tanggapin mo na," said Gutierrez.


    However, the spokesperson of Marcos said the figures presented by Caguioa were a "confirmation of their suspicions" that Robredo's "premature celebration and claim of another fake victory in the Tribunal was a product of advance information she's been receiving all along through a highly placed deep throat."


    "Precisely why the majority of the Tribunal by a very decisive 11-2 vote, emphatically junked that Caguioa minority opinion favoring Mrs. Leni Robredo, finding the figures presented before them to be outrageous and ordered the election protest to proceed with the parties to file their Comment and Memoranda," Atty. Vic Rodriguez said in a statement.

    Der Diktatorsohn ist baden gegangen, hatte aber vorher bitterlich geweint...

    PET: Robredo maintains, increases lead over Marcos

    BUT BOTH CAMPS TOLD TO SUBMIT COMMENTS, MEMOS ON OTHER ISSUES INCLUDING BONGBONG’S REQUEST TO NULLIFY POLL RESULTS FOR VP IN LANAO DEL SUR, BASILAN, MAGUINDANAO PROVINCES
    By: Tetch Torres-Tupas - Reporter / @T2TupasINQ
    INQUIRER.net / 09:05 PM October 18, 2019


    MANILA, Philippines–Vice President Leni Robredo has maintained and even increased her lead against former senator Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr., the Presidential Electoral Tribunal (PET) said in a decision released late Friday, Oct. 18.


    “Based on the final tally, after revision and appreciation of the votes in the pilot provinces, protestee Robredo maintained, as, in fact, she increased her lead over protestant Marcos. After the revision and appreciation, the lead of protestee Robredo increased from 263,473 to 278,566,” the PET said in its ruling.


    The pilot provinces–Camarines Sur, Iloilo and Negros Oriental—were chosen by Marcos, son of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos, as areas where he said he was cheated most.


    Rule 65 of the PET, composed of Supreme Court justices, states that if the tribunal is “convinced that, taking all circumstances into account, the protestant or counter protestant will most probably fail to make out his case, the protest may forthwith be dismissed.”


    Although acknowledging Robredo’s lead, the main ruling, however, required both the Marcos and Robredo camps to submit comments on results of a recount of votes in the pilot provinces and submit memos on other issues including Marcos’ third request—to nullify results of elections for Vice President in Lanao del Sur, Basilan and Maguindanao provinces.


    Marcos claimed elections in those provinces were marred by terrorism, intimidation and harassment of voters and pre-shading of ballots in all their 2,756 clustered precincts.


    Rep. Mujiv Hataman, former governor of the now-defunct Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao, cried foul over Marcos’ claim of election fraud in the three provinces that used to belong to the ARMM.


    But the PET said the election protest had already spawned “very serious but unfounded and careless speculations.”


    “The tribunal deems it essential to meet due process requirements to require protestant and protestee to now provide their position in relation to the third cause of action,” the PET ruling said.

    The tribunal added that requiring both parties to examine first the results of the vote recount was in compliance with the Constitution.


    ....wie lange hat man den da Zeit für den ausgleich?

    Antwort:

    Ich führe die Karte auf Guthabenbasis, da werden Umsätze direkt abgebucht. Wenn Du, wie von der Bank angeboten und gewünscht, den Kredit in Anspruch nimmst, hast Du unbegrenzt Zeit zum Ausgleich, zahlst aber dafür zweistellige Zinsen.....


    finde ich eine super gute Antwort :clapping


    auch wenn niemand hat gefragt ob wer seine Karte auf Guthabenbasis führt....