Have you ever wondered what it would be like to float on the salty waters of the Dead Sea? Yvonne Tuguinay shares the experience with you...
In Spectacular Dead Sea, Yvonne posts some photos of her friends and their adventurous trip to Israel's world-famous Dead Sea.
It's one of the lowest and saltiest spots on earth, and it's also a place with a rich history.
So ang tanong ay: Paano kung ayaw kong magsulat?
As you will see in Yvonne's blog post, there are only a few words.
The post contains mostly PICTURES.
Have you heard of the saying that a picture is worth a thousand words? Well, Yvonne Tuguinay's photoblog post contains the equivalent of 20,000 words.
Nakakatuwa talaga na makita ang kapwa nating mga Pinoy na nagba-bonding sa Mediterranean. Na kahit kadalasa'y naho-homesick sa ibang bansa, ay paminsan-minsa'y nakakatagpo ng mga kababayang magbibigay ng lakas at suporta.
It's a bit ironic that the setting of the blog post is in the Dead Sea of Jordan. In that place, the water does not flow, and that's why it's so salty.
To the north you have the Sea of Gallilee, where the water easily flows. It's not too salty.
And although the lesson here is that you need to FLOW in order to have life and abundance, the salty Dead Sea can still be proud of its unique ability to help you FLOAT.
Tulad din po ng mga ibang kababayan natin sa iba't ibang bahagi ng mundo, sa kabila ng mga maaalat na luha na dulot ng lumbay at pagka-ulila sa pamilya, may kakayahan pa ring sagipin ang kapwa.
Sa tulong po ng Pinoy, hindi po kayo lulubog.