FACEBOOK TOURISM

SANA KAYANIN NG MGA TAGA SAN PABLO ANG GINAWA NG ICELAND!!! MAG UPLOAD TAYO NG MAGAGANDANG PICTURE! ANG TANONG KO LANG KABAYAN, SAN BA MERON MAGAGANDANG TANAWIN NA PUEDENG MAGPAKUHA???

MERON AKONG MAGANDANG IDEYA, ETO AY IDEYA LAMANG GALING SA KARAMIHAN NA NAG EEMAIL SA AKIN!!!

1. GAWIN DAW ANG SAMPALOC LAKE NA XTREME SPORTS CAPITAL NG LAGUNA! (Ang ganda nian, sarap mag jetski! haha)



2. ANG PANDIN LAKE AY IBENTA SA PRIVATE DEVELOPER, LAGYAN NG HOTEL GAWING WORLD CLASS RESORT NA MERONG MGA CONDO UNIT AT SUSTAINABLE MINI COMMUNITY! (Basta ba ang mga taga San Pablo ay 80% discount sa persyo ng condo, hehe)

3. ANG SAMPALOC LAKE BILANG WALK OF FAME; MGA LIFE SIZE REPLICA NINA WOLVERINE, SPIDERMAN, HULK, PUEDE DING MGA LIFE SIZE SCULPTURE NG MGA HOLLYWOOD STARS! (Puede ba, ilagay naman natin sina Dolphy, Chiqito at kahit tulad ni Arroyo, si Mikee ha kasi artista din yun!!)

4. SENTRO NG MGA KRISTIANISMO ANG SAMPALOC LAKE, YUNG KATULAD NG KAMAY NNI HESUS SA LUCBAN (Ang liit lang ng hagdanan natin, mas maganda mas mataas para mamayat naman ang karamian, hehe! peace)

5.FLOATING CASINO (Uy, san ilalagay yan? puede bang maglagay din ng Floating school, Floating market at Floating gasoline station? nya haha)

6. GAWING BIKE CAPITAL ANG SAMPALOC LAKE (Meron na pong mga bike, mahirap lang mag ikot kasi nakakapagod, e tatlong apo ko kasi ang nakaangkas. hehe)

7. GAWING SCHOOL EXTENSION ANG ISA SA MGA LAKE SA SAN PABLO, IAALOK SA UP, STATE UNIVESITY, SA MGA MARITIME SCHOOL (ok yan, lagyan ng isang napakalaking barko ang Sampaloc Lake, training yun. Palutangin ang Titanic at ilagay sa Sampaloc, hehe)

HAY, ANU KAYANG MAGANDA SA MGAN ITO? TAPOS PANU SISIMULAN? SIMULAN NATIN SA FACEBOOK, KAYA NGA FACEBOOK TOURISM ANG TITULO NITO E. SIMULAN NA NATIN ITO NGAYON NA NABASA MO NA TO. ISHARE MO! I TAG MO ANG MGA FRIENDS MO, PATI DISNEYLAND ITAG MO BAKA MAGLAGAY SILA SA SAN PABLO! IWALL TO WALL MO! I LIKE MO! I SHARE MO! I TWEETER MO! I BLOG MO! LAGAY MO SA EMAIL TAPOS GAWIN MONG SPAM! IPRINT MO KAYA, TAPOS POST MO SA WALL NINYO, SA WALL NG KAPITBAHAY! SIMULAN NATIN BILANG VIRTUAL DREAMS! SANA MAGING TOTOO NA ANG SAN PABLO BILANG MAGANDANG TOURIST SPOT! E ALAM MO BA ANG IMPACT NITO SA KABABAYAN AT BAYAN NATIN PAG NAGING TOURIST SPOT NA TAYO? KUNG WALA PA E INTAYIN MO ANG PART TWO NG ARTICLE NA ITO!!!

ANG ICELAND ETO ANG GINAWA, GAYAHIN NATIN!
Iceland's government called for all 320,000 nationals to log on to the internet for one hour to help repair the damage done to its tourism industry by a volcano eruption in April.

Icelanders are being urged to use social networking website Facebook, microblogging site Twitter or a newly created tourism promotion website to boast of their country's attractions.

"It's a worldwide campaign to let the rest of the world know that Iceland isn't completely covered in ash," Icelandic tourist board director of marketing Jon Gunnar Borgthorsson said.

Advertisement: Story continues below"The eruption has indeed had very little effect here in Iceland, it's only about three to five per cent of the country that's been affected by it," he told AFP, adding "the volcanoes are all far from urban areas, and anyways, we are well prepared for eruptions."

Still struggling to overcome the deep crisis that set in when its major banks collapsed in late 2008, Iceland had put virtually all its hope for future prosperity in its booming tourism sector as a growing number of visitors flocked to see its myth-like volcanic landscapes and geysers.

But the Eyjafjoell volcano's eruption in April changed all that. At its highest activity peak in the week after it began erupting, it released enough ash to cause the biggest aerial shutdown in Europe since World War II, affecting more than 100,000 flights and eight million passengers.

Iceland's government said in April it would provide 300 million kronur ($A2.65 million), in aid to the country's tourism industry, which was bracing for mass cancellations due to the ongoing volcano eruption.

"We believe Iceland is a country that can inspire everyone who comes here. The stunning geography and wonderful scenery, the warmth and kindness of the people, the unique culture ... we want the world to know that," Icelandic Industry Minister Katrin Juliusdottir said in a statement.

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