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#PHThankYou: 5 Awesome Ways To Thank The World For Yolanda Aid
It's time we say "Salamat, bro!" to the whole world for all the Yolanda aid! We teach you how to make the message a whole lot sweeter!
by Neps Firmalan | Feb 13, 2014
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Slowly but surely, our kababayans in Tacloban are getting back on their feet after being hit by the mother of all typhoons, Yolanda. The Filipino spirit is waterproof, indeed.

Aside from our bayanihan and never-say-die attitude, we also have the whole world to thank. Without foreign aid, we'd have found it really hard to gather all the necessary funding and support to get back on track. So it just makes sense that we holler out a resounding "Salamat!" to the whole world.

Leave it to the Department of Tourism to take care of the job. Check out the #PHThankYou video below that has gone viral:


Uploaded to the DOT's YouTube account last Friday, the clip has garnered over 230,000 views in just five days. Whoa! And we tell you, the comments section is filled with heart-warming messages from viewers! Nakakataba ng puso, mga pre!

We couldn't stress this enough: we owe the world big time. According to the government's FAITH (Foreign Aid Transparency Hub) portal, our country has already received almost P650-million in cash from Yolanda-related donations. And that's aside from the pledges other countries have promised.

Gudjab, DOT! The video is a great start, but we feel we can do more to express our appreciation. We list down below several ideas you can use to show the Good Samaritans of the world your appreciation!


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Ah, adobo. The oily vinegar-a-toyo-based dish that has grown to be so popular, even folks from other countries like it! Still, no matter how hard they try, the best adobo will always be made by a Pinoy, thanks to our years of experience making and eating it.

So how about saying "Thank you, world!" by teaching our foreign friends how to make the best chicken or pork adobo? Share the dish, share the love, share the busog-lusog ligaya! Check out these recipes from for awesome ways to cook adobo.


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Okay, okay, a fight between the Pacman and Money May will likely remain an unchecked item in our bucket list. However, if the boxing gods finally smile upon us and the match pushes through, we say offer a few ringside tickets so that they'll know up-close how much of a beast our Pambansang Kamao truly is.



Vigan is known for longganisa and bagnet. But for us, the real draw of the place is its kalesa rides and old-school architecture. Nothing like a ride on a horse-drawn carriage through a place that seems stuck in the glory days of the Spanish rule to relax the senses. Our bros and sis from other nationalities will surely find it worthwhile.

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The almost-perfect cone of Mayon Volcano isn't just for postcards, it's also used as a venue for off-road ATV (All Terrain Vehicle) fun! Ride one of these bad-ass dirt buggies up Mayon's slopes to get your outdoor adrenaline fix. Sounds like an epic adventure, no?

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