Friday, January 17, 2020

Taal Volcano Eruption and the Mapping Initiatives


Taal Eruption Mapping Initiative for Humanitarian Response - Schadow1 Expeditions

On the noon of January 12, 2020, a Sunday, coming from an escalated level since March 2019, the Taal Volcano has erupted and billowed out ash plumes up to 17 kilometers up in the atmosphere, spreading its ash clouds from its crater up north to Batanes in just 4 hours. This eruption has enveloped most of South Luzon and Metro Manila with light-brown colored ash from its phreatic-magmatic eruption. The massive evacuation took place and there is a need for a navigation map for efficient response.

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Cabongaoan and the Death Pool, an awesome beach getaway of Western Pangasinan

Cabongaoan Beach - Schadow1 Expeditions


The Death Pool and the White Sand Beach of Burgos. We’ve heard most of this monicker yet they only pertain to one, the Cabongaoan Beach of Western Pangasinan. This beach is one of the many beaches that can captivate your sunset-driven beach getaways in Pangasinan.


Sunday, May 19, 2019

The White Beach of Tambobong at Western Pangasinan

Tambobong Beach - Schadow1 Expeditions


A white beach hidden behind a laid-back village at western Pangasinan, where golden sunsets stun people with its awe. This white sand haven is one of those sought after in Pangasinan amidst its distance to the usually populated province of the north.


Sunday, May 5, 2019

Aiming to Hold the Record of the Tallest Statue of a Saint



Known as a missionary and converted many Jews to Christianity. A Dominican Friar and revered as a saint by the Roman Catholic Church and the Independent Church of the Philippines, many have sought pilgrimage. In response, a town in Pangasinan has dedicated a Prayer Park in his name and attempting to break the Guinness Book of World Records for his statue.


Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Callao Cave and the Mini Man Discovery

Callao Cave Major Chamber


Callao Cave was once again at the center of attention when a new species of possibly human ancestry have been discovered to which the fossil dates back 50,000 years ago. Where is this cave and why does it give importance to archaeologists to never stop excavating this area?


Saturday, April 13, 2019

Division of Palawan to Three Separate Provinces through RA11259


On April 5, 2019, Philippine President Duterte has signed into law the Republic Act 11259 which separates the province of Palawan to three. The once 81 provinces of the Philippines will now be 83 as soon as a plebiscite is held and constituents have approved the separation. How would this move be of importance to its people?