Stars of Crocodile Park

Both endangered animals find comfort in being together. The "man of the forest" CARLO plays with the obligate carnivore SHIVA. Shiva being a part of the apex predatory group had set aside his nature to be with the ever playful Carlo. Withholding temper and his nature Shiva peacefully watches as the intelligent and charming Carlo annoy him.

If animals with no free will could stand their differences why can't we?
We are wiser than them. Better in any way. Why can't we just seat beside each other without fighting, gossiping and back biting?

Why can't many people just watch someone play and be happy with their lives?

Why can't we be more patient when we are being pulled to our limits?

Why can't we be just like Shiva and Carlo?

They have defied their nature to show the world of what it can become if we let go of our self for a while.

Photo Credits: ROCKY of ROCK MY WORLD!
by: Crocodile Park of Davao City



In my previous post I asked, WHAT WOULD WE DO WITH SO MANY CROCODILES? It just got into me while looking at hundreds or maybe thousands of CROCs at crocodile park. Where the hell would they go if the Park could not accommodate them anymore? I'm quite sure they will not be released into the wild (I really don't know... but for sure it is not safe action).

I know this post will make some people in the blog sphere roll there eyes (Sir Teng and Maam Sara for sure... sorry po.) Its just that a friend of mine sent the images below right after reading my post and his reply to my question? "If we can't beat them, eat them" (yes... he was just joking).

Served at River walk Resturant just beside crocodile park.


Chilly Croc

CROC Steak

We had dinner at River walk and we knew they were serving CROC Dishes but we never dared to ask for any of their exotic food. We had our usual chicken bbq, pork steak, and FAMILY FRUIT FIESTA.

Fruit Fiesta
Dragon Fruit
with cream dip

Photo Credit: Croc dishes by ROCK MY WORLD


What are we afraid of?

We went to Crocodile Park three weeks ago but we were not able to upload our photos because we got so busy with many things. It was a very short visit to Crocodile Park, the first and I think the only Crocodile wildlife conservation area in the Philippines. It was swamped up with so many crocs and to my estimate if they let loose all of them they can eat us all alive.

It was fun but scary at the same time. Thinking that at anytime they will grow as big as PANGIL and when that happens where would they put them? What would they feed them? Who will take care of them? or shall I say who will take care of US?

Honestly, The crocodiles didn't scare us.... Yups... Even at a very close angle, we were not scared to take snapshots of them.

This giant crocodile didn't scare us.

Even this Python

Even Carlo who shook hands with kokong

Even PANGIL was not a threat.This scared us the most. The Ostrich.

Look at there faces.
From left to right: Dodong, Yen, Kokong and Juvy

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Tawa Trip!

  • Ang lason ba pag nag expire nakakalason pa rin?
  • Bakit pag close kayo, open kau sa isa’t isa?
  • Pwede bang maglagay ng dinner or breakfast sa lunch box?
  • Kapag ang sabon nadumihan, kailangan pa bang sabunin?
  • Kapag ang ipis nahulog sa tubig na may sabon, dudumi ba ang tubig o lilinis ang ipis?
  • If you expect the unexpected, wouldn’t the unexpected be expected?
  • Text message galling kay yen-yen yan.

    Heto ang mga big time super over one liner.

    1. Ayoko talaga sa ugali niya! Sobrang UNFAIRNESS talaga siya.
    2. diba ang answer sa number 3 is d. both artho?

    “Both are true”

    1. Interview

    Interviewer: Tell me something about yourself.

    Applicant: Why should I?

    Interviewer: NEXT!

    1. Interview 2

    Interviewer: Tell me something about yourself.

    Applicant: I was *NAME*

    I was patient

    I was hard working

    “sobrang gusto ang past tense”

    1. Interview 3

    Interviewer: If you were to sell this mug, how would you convince me to buy it?

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    “Ano daw?”

    1. Teacher and student

    Student: Ma’am bakit noisy masyado sa labas?

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    “ano daw? Ah… sports pest!hahahah”


    Practical Guide To Buying Baby Furniture and Other stuff

    Babies are such a magical being for they exist in a world too different from our own. No worries, all smiles and all happy thoughts. They don’t have to work a full day’s shift to earn a living. They cry when they need something and their parents would automatically rush to their side for comfort. They have a very different life from the adult world. So innocent, so carefree and so simple that pampering them is all we can think about.

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    Responsible parenthood means giving proper care to your child. It starts from conception until they can stand on their own and live a life they would choose. It is not an easy task but one task we can all be ready for.


    Happy Birthday Yen!

    Happy Birthday Ms. Maria Elisa "Yen-Yen" Edades.

    Things may not be running smoothly nowadays... But this too shall pass....


    Multiple Choices

    I am so confused right now! As the Estados Unidos is going crazy over the economic crisis and the election in their country, which I think the outcome would greatly affect us. I am here at loss of what to talk about. It had been weeks since the last time I posted an entry. I am SORRY. I got busy with so many things. Let me talk about them briefly.

    1. We started promoting the FREE CALL CENTER training of JIB e-Academy.
    2. We started marketing the Scholarship for or Muslim brothers and Sisters who wants to take up vocational course in Welding.
    3. On-line marketing and promotion for Sitesource101.
    4. Accounting and paper works at the office.
    5. Party! Drink! Beer and Food!
    6. No internet connection for five days.

    My life is now like one easy multiple choice question. You know the right answer but would rather pick the wrong one, knowing it is not right, understanding the logic but not going with it. Knowing that by choosing that wrong answer would give you unfavorable results but you would still go for it because you feel like it.

    OO! Diko alam kung san ako nababagot at nalilito. Siguro bukas makalawa magigising ako na tama na ang mali at mali na ang tama.


    100 hour Finishing Call Center Course for free

    Okay, I know I am starting to be makulit in my entries but I can’t help myself when I see a good offer. I want to share it to the whole world and make them apart of the good things in life. Here’s the deal kasi, in my previous post I made mention some Free English and call center training in Davao. The good thing is, it is not only available in Davao. Meron din sa Libis, GENSAN and ILO-ILO.

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    Free templates… Would I change mine too?

    My first ever entry on this blog was some pictures of me and my friends taken during our paradise adventure. It had been a long time ago when I started with a very simple header and nothing but archives and a few list in my blogroll.

    I did change my header and added a few fun things in my blog. But as they say, some things never change. I am still using the same old template which I had from the start. I am afraid I might not be able to handle the changes if ever I decide to change the template. It might look even worst compared to its present state.

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    Happy Birthday Kuya Zander

    My Second elder brother Zander II D. Asnawi was born on October 1, 1984 and today is his birthday!

    Happy birthday Kuya!

    Sometimes being a brother is even better than being a superhero.

    ~Marc Brown