Pilgrimage Island at Hundred Islands

A newly developed island dedicated to Pilgrimage opened at Hundred Islands National Park, Pangasinan, Philippines.

To access this island, you will have to get a boat from the tourism office in Alaminos, Pangasinan and climb 263 steps. Going up the the statue, you will see a life size ‘Last Supper: and you’ll be able to do ‘Station of the Cross’.

While you’re on top of the Island, enjoy the view as you can see more islands

[Day 1] Growing Hot Peppers

So, you have your equipment and workplace ready. You can soil your seeds in water to help germinate or you can directly sow seed into the soil.

Put your seed starting mix into your seed tray and fill to the top. Compact the soil then add more soil.

Sow two seeds in the center or one on two corners opposite of each other, about 1/2 to 1 inch deep.  Sowing two seeds will help germination, in case one seed does not germinate. If both center seeds germinate, remove the weakest leaves. More on this later.

After covering your seeds, mist the top with water. You will want  to water from the bottom of the tray from now on. Keep the soil most but not wet.

Waiting game begins.

[Day 0] Growing Hot Peppers

Day 0. Preparing for mass sowing of hot peppers: Soil, seeds, tray, etc.

I bought seed starting mix, heat mat and 72 seed tray on Amazon then I bought hot pepper seeds online. It’s up to you what kind of hot peppers you would like to plant. I decided on Carolina Reaper, Bhut Jolokia, 7 Pot Yellow, Siling Labuyo, and Tabasco, Chocolate Reaper.

Once you have everything, set up where you will germinate your seeds. It is preferred to have a warm location.

Season of Giving – Failed

I thought I was able to blog the whole month of December to just give something or do something nice, but I failed. Due to my workload and schedule, I had no time to blog completely.

However, I was able to help someone and do something nice. The only reason why I’m blogging what I’m doing is to showcase that everybody can lend a hand to someone less fortunate.

Let’s continue our giving to those less fortunate for a better world, helping one person at a time.

Season of Giving – Day 3

December 3rd. Sunday

Sunday. Nothing to do, my day to be lazy as it was my day off from my job. It’s December and I have not decorated the house for the holidays. So today, I decided to put up our Christmas lights and Christmas tree.

That’s my giving for today, be in the Christmas spirit. Hopefully, I can give more to the community in the next days or so.

How are you giving back to your community?