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Our aim is to list as many hostels, guesthouses, hotels and resorts costing under 1,000 pesos per night as possible on this page. Visitors are advised to check the establishments websites and reviews on websites such as Tripadvisor before making any bookings. A listing on this page merely says something about cost, not about quality! Also, prices are subject to continuous change!
Please check back frequently because we will be adding content daily. Also, we re always interested to hear from you if you find accommodation costing under 1,000 pesos per night! If you find a cheap gem of a hotel under 1,000 Php, please leave a comment and we will post the details here so that other travellers can also benefit! We have no interest in any of these establishments; they are purely listed for your information. Last updates: 4 Oct 2012: 31 accommodations added, 6 Oct: 12 Inns added.
Bluefields Hotel , Cor. Plaridel and Bonifacio Street, Malabanias Rd, Angeles City. Tel. Please Call: (063) (045) 892 7290 / 7291, Mobile. (063) (920) 924 8831. Latest price check 3 Oct 2012: prices below 1,000 in low season only: 850 standard, 950 deluxe. For the Hotel’s website, please click here .
Red Tulip Hotel , E.Valdez St. and 24th St. Josefa Subd. Malabanias 209 Raymond St. Josefa Subd. Malabanias Angeles City Pampanga 2009 Philippines, Tel. +63 (0)45 625 6345, Mobile No: +63 (0)9192217026. Latest price check 3 Oct 2012: standard fan 600, standard wheels inn hotel in canada aircon 900. For the hotel’s website, please click here .
King’s Hotel , Gatuslao Corner San Sebastian wheels inn hotel in canada Streets, Bacolod City, Philippines wheels inn hotel in canada 6100. Tel: 433-4500 and 434-4600. For their website, please click here . Rates: 600 standard aircon room. Promo 500 until 31/12/2012, wheels inn hotel in canada price-check 6 Oct 2012.
Baguio Tacay Inn , 38-A Tacay Road, Quezon Hill, Baguio City 2600, Tel. LIGAYA +639176666337 | +639283752020 | +639228646456  EDGAR +639153161388 | +639228444774 ERIC +639173274380 | +639233580735, advertised rates (4 Oct 2012): 350 to 450 per person. For the Inn’s website, please click here .
Diamond Inn , 16 E. Jacinto St., Dominguez Bldg., Baguio City, Philippines, Tel No: (+63)(074)304-3276, Mobile Nos:  0927-244-2669 and 0920-334-3356. Rooms start at 475 Php. For the Inn’s website, click here .
Red Lion Pub Inn , 92 General Luna, Leonard Wood Rd, Baguio City, Tel. 074 304 3078, Cell: 0927-656-9977, no website so call ahead for current rates. Rates reported by travellers: 800 for a double room.
Silverstone Inn , Malcolm Square, Perfecto Street, Baguio City, Benguet, Tel. 074 442 4360 and 074 442 3950, no website so call ahead for current rates. Price range reported by travellers: 450-1,300.
Tuvera Pension House , 19 DPS Compound Road, Baguio City, 2600, Benguet, Phone: 074 443 4699., No website, but find their Facebook page here . Rates reported by travellers are in the 600-1,200 range.
wheels inn hotel in canada Wood’s Place , 38 Military Cut-Off Road, Baguio City, Tel: 074 442 4641, Rate for a double wheels inn hotel in canada room: 850 in low season (Jun-Sep) only. Higher prices outside low season. wheels inn hotel in canada For the hotel’s website, please click here .
Abaniko Beach Resort , Alice beach, Santa Fe, Bantayan Island, Tel.: +63-919-242-7622. Latest price check 3 Oct 2012: Standard twin cottage for 2 pax with fan bathroom/CR: P700 P800 High Season. The resort does not have a website so please contact them direct for rates. Bookings and requests can be made via de WowBantayan website here .
ABBY s Place Hotel , Malusak, Boac, Marinduque, (+6342) 332- 2643. No website so contact the hotel for prices. Rates found elsewhere on the net are in the 800-1,200 range. To see pictures of this hotel, please click here .
Churya-a Hotel , Poblacion, Bontoc, Luzon 2616, Philippines, Tel 09071700470 or 0906-4300-853. No website, so check with the hotel direct for current rates. Latest rates reported by travellers: 350 for a double room. For reviews of this hotel, please click here .
Sunset Greenland Garden Lodge, Susan M. Miraflores, Mobile: (+63) 0927 519 2579, Poblacion, Brooke s Point, Palawan, Philippines. No rates on the website, so please contact the owner direct. Rates quoted by travellers: 250 Php and up. For the website, please click here .
Amarea Travel wheels inn hotel in canada Lodge , Aguinaldo corner J.R. Borja Streets, Cagayan De Oro City Center, Cagayan De Oro, Philippines 9000, Tel. +638822745332. No website, but hotel can be booked, for example, via Agoda. Price range: 500-750 wheels inn hotel in canada Php. To get an idea of the Lodge, please click here .
Budgetel , Corrales Extension, Cagayan de Oro City, Tel. (+63088) 856-4200 or (+63088) 856-6820 or (+6308822) 726643, mobile +639228662855. Latest price check 3 Oct 2012: from 250 p/n. For the Budgetel’s website, please click here .
Cagayan Parkview Hotel , Tirso Neri Street (In between Burgos Street and N. Capistrano Street, Cagayan de Oro, Tel (88) 857-1197; 857-1198, rates from 325, price-check 6 Oct 2012. No website, so call ahead for current rates. Click here for reviews.
Cagayan Riverview Hotel , Vamenta Boulevard, Carme, Cagayan de Oro, Northern Mindanao 9000, Tel. 088 858 4245. Rates start at 600 Php (price-check 6 Oct 2012). No website so call ahead for current rates. Click here for reviews.
Casa Isabella , corner of Pabayo-Cruz Taal street, Cagayan de Oro City, Tel. (088) 856-4065 or (08822) 72-4989, price check 6 Oct 2012: 550 Php economy room double occupancy. No website, so call ahead for current rates. To get an idea of this hotel, please click here .
DDD Habitat , J.V. Serina St., cor Vamenta Blvd., Carmen, 9000 Cagayan de Oro, Philippines, Tel. (088)858-5101; (088)309-6496; 0905-7871461. Rates: 900-950 (6 Oct 2012). No website but to get an idea, visit their Facebook website here . For reviews click here .
Dream World Pension , Corrales Extension Cagayan De Oro, Tel. 8568899 / 2316661, Room Rates: Double Bed P550, Triple Bed P750. No website so call ahead for current rates. Click here for photos and reviews.
Executive Pension , Mabini Street, Cagayan De Oro, Tel. (88) 856-4360. Rates: Double: 575 (6 Oct 2012). No website, so call ahead for current rates. wheels inn hotel in canada To get an idea about this Pension, please click here .
Red Palm Inn ,N. Capistrano corner Cruz Taal Street, Cagayan de Oro, Tel. (8822) 72-1197. Basic budget hotel, rates start at 615 for a twin. No website but for more information about this Inn, please click here and for reviews, click here .
Vines Pension , Aguinaldo corner Yacapin Street, Cagayan de Oro, Tel. (8822) 72-4582, 72-9235; (88) 857-2158; 231-5601, price check 3 Oct 2012: Regular Single 480.00, Standard Single 520.00, Standard Double 650.00, Junior Suite – 850.00, wheels inn hotel in canada Suite 1,000. Please visit their website here .
Coconut Garden Island Resort , Mirano s Village, 16-A PEO Rd, Bancao-bancao, 5300 Puerto Princesa City, Palawan. Tel: (+63) 926-7210112 (Globe) and (+63) 918-3702395 (Smart). wheels inn hotel in canada Click here for their website.
Jasmin by the Sea , Bug-ong, Mambajao, 9100 Camiguin Island, Philippines, Telephone +63 88 3879015, Mobile +63 9106732784, for their website, please click here . Price check 3 Oct 2012: 800 for a cottage.
Tabuyo Beach Resort , SitioTabuyo, Caramay, 5308 Roxas Palawan, contact tel: Joselito Edar telephone wheels inn hotel in canada ++(63)9123876189 Danica Edar telephone ++(63)9497241314. Cottages start from 500 pesos. Please contact the Resort direct for current rates. For the resort’s website, please click here . To see reviews, please click here .
Villa Juliana Inn , CARAMOAN, CAMARINES wheels inn hotel in canada SUR, contact Nilda: 09273326687 Roger: wheels inn hotel in canada 09177633167 or Jun 09351216232 or 09294884928. Price checked 3 Oct 2012: Air-conditioned Rooms P750/day/3 person. Please wheels inn hotel in canada visit their website here .
Gran Terra Suites , #207 Don Mariano Cui, Cor. Don Jose Avila Capitol, Cebu City, Cebu, Tel. (6332) 412 4562 and (6332) 253 3575, Mobile: SMART +63999 688 2816, GLOBE +63917 634 1839, SUN +63923 592 9369. Price check 3 Oct 2012: single 789, double 989. For the hotel’s website, please click here .
Hope Pension House , 79 V. Gullas Street corner Legaspi Street Cebu City, Cebu 6000, Tel. (63-32) 254-3659. No website available so please check rates with the pension house direct. Rates advertised on Travelbook are PhP 200-460.
Hotel California , Basak, Merkado, Lapu Lapu City, Mactan Island, Cebu-City 6015, Tel. 032 239 2516. The hotel does not have a website so please contact them direct for latest rates. Latest price check on Agoda 3 Oct 2012: 803 for a deluxe room.
Lapu-lapu cottages , Basak, wheels inn hotel in canada Mercado, Lapu-lapu City, Cebu, Philippines, Tel. 0063/32/5205648, Mob. +63/9152750081 Last price-check 03 Oct 2012: 900 for a fan cottage. For their website, please click here .
Mactan Pension House , M.L. Quezon National Highway Pajo Lapu-lapu City, Mactan Island Cebu, Philippines 6000, Tel. Telephone numbers: (63-32) 340-5525 / 340-5527. Latest price check 3 Oct 2012: 950 for a standard room. For their website, please click here .
Sugbutel Bed and Bath . Don Alfredo D. Gothong Centre, S. Osmena Blvd. cor. Road East North Reclamation Area, Cebu City 6000. Tel: +63 (32) 232.8888 Please note: only the dorm accommodation is (well) under 1,000 pesos. For their website, please click here .
Coron Lodging House , National highway, Bgy. 6, Coron, Palawan 5316 Philippines, wheels inn hotel in canada Tel. 09209492295 or 09277922722, E-mail glc_lodging[at]yahoo.com For their website, please click here . Latest price-check 2 Oct 2012: 400 to 1500 (double fan private bath vs. 5 pax aircon room with private bath)
Coron Reef Pension House , Barangay 5, Bancuang, National Highway, Coron, Busuanga, Palawan, Philippines, Tel. +639198877151- ask for Chinet, Price check 4 Oct 2012: 600 for two persons standard room, 900 for two persons sea view room. For their website, please click here .
Crystal Lodge , Barangay Bancuang, Coron, Palawan, 5316, Philippines, Tel. (+63-920) 5275799. Please wheels inn hotel in canada find their website here . The website does not list rates, so please call for rates. However, travellers that stayed here have reported a room rate of 800 p/n.
Patrick and Tezz Guesthouse , Coastal Road, Bgy 5, Coron, Tel. +63-927-953-14-07, price check 3 Oc

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Mental Math: Easy Rules Of Thumb For Converting Currency (gadling)

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Morocco, China, India, Israel, Japan, South Korea, United Kingdom, Belize,
Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Argentina,
Ecuador, Budget Travel, Middle East, Central America, Caribbean

Being in a new country is full of enough culture shock – trying to remember
how many dollars to the krona doesn’t need to be part of it.

After all, constantly whipping out a calculator (well, a cellphone) and
spending five minutes trying to figure out if that sandwich is _really _a good
price is a waste of your valuable vacation time.

To make things easier on you, here are some basic rules of thumb to help you
guesstimate the exchange rates in a sampling of different countries.

It’s important to note that currencies fluctuate all the time, so these rules
of thumb should not be used as actual foundations for financial transactions.
They were based off the most recent exchange rates as of midweek on the week
of November 5, 2012. If you actually want to know what the exchange rate is
for a given country, look it up. And if you want to know again a week …

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How a Successful 20 Year Old College Dropout looks at Money

i remember way back around a year ago, about exactly a year ago, i was talking with my workers that pack envelopes. those times, i was making more than 15 paychecks per bi-month, there were checks that were as high as $800+, that was somewhat the peak of my business, that we worked every other day just packing envelopes about 6-7 hours a day. and thats with the assembly line. attached below is a photo of the packing.

i think i told these to my workers one day when i was gonna give the paychecks.. i think i was giving bonuses that time, i cant really remember..

but i explained to them during my speech about it..

i told them that i see money differently than most people especially at that point of my life where my business was just unbelieveable. i told them that for me, money is just an award for my hardwork… i made an analogy to compare it with basketball… say for example we because the champions in our high school basketball team, we then earn a big shiny gold trophy as a reward… but the trophy is really nothing, what really matters is the fame and pride of being champions.. it is the hard work and determination and how we never failed that makes me happy about myself.. even if it werent a gold shiny trophy, rather it was just a crappy medal that looks so ugly, it doesnt matter, whats important and what i will be happy of is that we were the champions of the basketball in high school. a trophy i can just have it made at a custom trophy shop. and put on it “chris, high school champion”, and magic! i am the champion! i can be happy about it, but deep inside i dont feel successful.

for business, money is the reward of being successful. but in reality, money is not all my goal and passion… it is not the main thing im after, but its the fame and pride of being able to support myself financially, and the service of business to others, making it a better economy. it is to prove to myself, my family and friends, that i am successful. it is to show my hardwork and how persistent i am..

in fact, even at first when i started business when i was about in my early 17s, i never started that business coz i needed money… or because i wanted to buy something.. or i wanted to put new stuff in my car… NO! i just enjoyed business and wanted to try it out..

business was more like a HOBBY to me… until now, it is still something i enjoy doing.. people that love basketball love to play basketball — they look forward to play everyday and enjoy it… i love business, so i love to work and do business — its something i look forward also doing everyday!

until now, even my real estate investment, even although there are problems and i am spending more than how much i expected to earn, also including the problems i had with my contractor that i had to switch contractors, i was a big pain in the ass for me… even marketing and dealing with unhappy tenants that i have been promising their move in date to be last june 1, then june 12, then now july 1, i have been embarrassed of myself.. but all of these challenges i ENJOY! they make me a better person… i love challenges, and overcoming them is an obstacle… its like playing a game, to beat the enemy.. the enemy which is the problem or the challenge..

with money, during my earlier years, before i was successful at the age of my late 18s, i knew how to spend money.. spend it very very wisely.. well yes, my mom isnt selfish with money, that whatever i want, she will give me.. when we bought a car when we first went to the US, i wanted just a normal used corolla, maybe something we can buy for $5,000 and get us to places… i wanted to start with that car, and to spend money on more important things… my mom said no, lets get a better car than that… i still insisted on just getting a cheap reliable car… well we ended up deciding to get a brand new car that will last, at the decision of my mom..

well i said that lets just go for a brand new civic… its one of the most reliable cars, and one of the best buys at the lowest price… its very practical.. i suggested that… well when we were at the honda shop, my uncle was insisting that i just get a mercedes benz, and my mom was also agreeing with him.. a benz would just be around $5,000 more than the civic.. my mom kept on asking me if i should just get the civic, or maybe i wanted a benz instead? i said, lets just stay with the civic… although if i wanted the benz, we could of got that instead…

thats how i look on money before…

there were times that my friends go to starbucks, and i dont even buy anything, but i REALLY was craving for some iced frap… but i stopped myself…

i was a very wise person with money before. i really didnt spend too much… all i spent was on was just cheap fast food and gas… maybe $100 should last me about 3 weeks (not including gas)… i obviously didnt have a job that time..

i was planning of taking out some friends of mine to a date before, but i have been holding back, to the fact that i dont want to pay for their food.. as i know that the money ill be spending will be coming from mommy.. i was actually even thinking of asking my friend if we can have separate bills if i were to take her out..

small gambling, as some of my friends do (just small stakes), i have been always avoiding… i rarely gambled, and each time i lose, i felt VERY BAD deep inside, because i know that money came from mommy… i was their money that i just threw away..

i lived my teenage life without an allowance… im not saying that i didnt have money or i wasnt given money, actually if i wanted money, my mom would give it to me… if i wanted to buy some bling bling, i know my mom will give it to me… i never had daily allowance during my high school days, but rather, i just spend, and when im low with cash, then i ask for more money… just that simple, no rules… but i was WISE with money, i spent way less than the average high school student… i wasnt a heavy spender..

i remember that i always go straight to the sale rack whenever i go shopping… if it aint in the sale rack, although if i wanted something badly, i would never buy it!

i oftenly also reject money when my mom offers to give me money when times that i know that i still have enough money still… but money was always there when i needed it..

i would say all in all, i learned about money habits by EXPERIENCE. i learned to spend money INDEPENDENTLY. many parents give their children daily allowance, that the person is only limited to spend that much, and if the person SAVES, then he would be able to buy the luxories that they want… thats how most children and teens go about, but i was just different from that.

when i was 17 and early 18, i have been having businesses… they were almost just slightly profitable… not too much profit, but a little profit.. maybe i would say a good $5 profit per day.. but with that $5 i was making each day, i didnt spend money differently.. i was still the same money spender i was… its not like i was able to buy nice clothes then, or something like that.. i didnt even mind that $5 at all… it wasnt anything to me… what was important to me was the experience of doing business… knowing the ins and outs of business..

during then my late 18s, when i started to make profits, (3 digit figures profits a day), then i slowly became loose with my spending.. i have been treating my friends out for some shakes and drinks… treating people out for lunch, etc. i did it very slowly…

the christmas of 2004, when i was in my late 18s still, i felt that i was making so much profits that i wanted to give back to others the blessings i received.. it was christmas, and i made a gift to more than 20 people.. i wrote them each a check of $100 each as christmas gifts… i wanted to prove to myself as a ungreedy person, and show to others that i am not selfish… these people include my close friends, relatives, employees, and even the mailmen that i see every other day.

i wouldnt give them all, but many times that i donated to non-profits, to foundations… i dont think i even remember half of them..

i remember the day when i bought my car, the evo, that was feb of 2005. one of my close friend’s mom was in financial problems.. she was low on cash, and had bills to pay… as being a person that is successful and just bought a car, i personally went to her house and offered her a check to help her with her finances… i wont say the exact amount, but its around $500.

that week also when i bought the evo, i had it blessed by our parish priest, then after blessing the car, i told our priest, that i have been so successful lately with business, that i was able to buy my own car myself. but i also thank God for the blessings, and if i am able to buy my own car, i should also be able to donate to the church. i gave him a check for the church… amount is around the same amount as above..

i feel so nice of myself, that i can also share Gods blessings to others.

most recent one was just yesterday. my friend melissa from gawad kalinga, to keep it short, i made a donation for the tuition fee of teenagers that cannot afford their college tuition, since school is starting about now.. there were about 15 teenagers that we sponsored, i gave about 1/3 of the total sponsorship needed. i wont say the exact amount.

i have been independent with my spending… i focus more on what i earn rather on how much i save… if i needed more money, then i would work more and thus earn more… most people SAVE MONEY to have more money… i EARN more money if i need more..

just a while ago my mom was offering me money because she wanted to pay for my tuition fee (i am taking a class at ateneo). tuition is 23,000 pesos, she said she wants to pay for it instead of me, but i rejected it and i just paid it myself… i know i have money, and i could afford it.. even the seminars that i attend… but i very very VERY appreciate her offer to me, that education is something that she wants to offer to me from her end… it was touching on what she did.Chris Angeles is a young entrepreneur at the age of 20. He learns more from experiences in the business world and making mistakes. He DOES beleive in education, and attends several seminars, entrepreneurial groups, meetings, cashflow events, etc., and he reads a lot of books in personal development and entrepreneurship. Learn more about him atThe-College-Dropout.com.

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Mental Math: Easy Rules Of Thumb For Converting Currency (gadling)

Filed under: Africa, Asia, Europe, Oceania, South America, Egypt, Kenya,
Morocco, China, India, Israel, Japan, South Korea, United Kingdom, Belize,
Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Argentina,
Ecuador, Budget Travel, Middle East, Central America, Caribbean

Being in a new country is full of enough culture shock – trying to remember
how many dollars to the krona doesn’t need to be part of it.

After all, constantly whipping out a calculator (well, a cellphone) and
spending five minutes trying to figure out if that sandwich is _really _a good
price is a waste of your valuable vacation time.

To make things easier on you, here are some basic rules of thumb to help you
guesstimate the exchange rates in a sampling of different countries.

It’s important to note that currencies fluctuate all the time, so these rules
of thumb should not be used as actual foundations for financial transactions.
They were based off the most recent exchange rates as of midweek on the week
of November 5, 2012. If you actually want to know what the exchange rate is
for a given country, look it up. And if you want to know again a week …

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How a Successful 20 Year Old College Dropout looks at Money

i remember way back around a year ago, about exactly a year ago, i was talking with my workers that pack envelopes. those times, i was making more than 15 paychecks per bi-month, there were checks that were as high as $800+, that was somewhat the peak of my business, that we worked every other day just packing envelopes about 6-7 hours a day. and thats with the assembly line. attached below is a photo of the packing.

i think i told these to my workers one day when i was gonna give the paychecks.. i think i was giving bonuses that time, i cant really remember..

but i explained to them during my speech about it..

i told them that i see money differently than most people especially at that point of my life where my business was just unbelieveable. i told them that for me, money is just an award for my hardwork… i made an analogy to compare it with basketball… say for example we because the champions in our high school basketball team, we then earn a big shiny gold trophy as a reward… but the trophy is really nothing, what really matters is the fame and pride of being champions.. it is the hard work and determination and how we never failed that makes me happy about myself.. even if it werent a gold shiny trophy, rather it was just a crappy medal that looks so ugly, it doesnt matter, whats important and what i will be happy of is that we were the champions of the basketball in high school. a trophy i can just have it made at a custom trophy shop. and put on it “chris, high school champion”, and magic! i am the champion! i can be happy about it, but deep inside i dont feel successful.

for business, money is the reward of being successful. but in reality, money is not all my goal and passion… it is not the main thing im after, but its the fame and pride of being able to support myself financially, and the service of business to others, making it a better economy. it is to prove to myself, my family and friends, that i am successful. it is to show my hardwork and how persistent i am..

in fact, even at first when i started business when i was about in my early 17s, i never started that business coz i needed money… or because i wanted to buy something.. or i wanted to put new stuff in my car… NO! i just enjoyed business and wanted to try it out..

business was more like a HOBBY to me… until now, it is still something i enjoy doing.. people that love basketball love to play basketball — they look forward to play everyday and enjoy it… i love business, so i love to work and do business — its something i look forward also doing everyday!

until now, even my real estate investment, even although there are problems and i am spending more than how much i expected to earn, also including the problems i had with my contractor that i had to switch contractors, i was a big pain in the ass for me… even marketing and dealing with unhappy tenants that i have been promising their move in date to be last june 1, then june 12, then now july 1, i have been embarrassed of myself.. but all of these challenges i ENJOY! they make me a better person… i love challenges, and overcoming them is an obstacle… its like playing a game, to beat the enemy.. the enemy which is the problem or the challenge..

with money, during my earlier years, before i was successful at the age of my late 18s, i knew how to spend money.. spend it very very wisely.. well yes, my mom isnt selfish with money, that whatever i want, she will give me.. when we bought a car when we first went to the US, i wanted just a normal used corolla, maybe something we can buy for $5,000 and get us to places… i wanted to start with that car, and to spend money on more important things… my mom said no, lets get a better car than that… i still insisted on just getting a cheap reliable car… well we ended up deciding to get a brand new car that will last, at the decision of my mom..

well i said that lets just go for a brand new civic… its one of the most reliable cars, and one of the best buys at the lowest price… its very practical.. i suggested that… well when we were at the honda shop, my uncle was insisting that i just get a mercedes benz, and my mom was also agreeing with him.. a benz would just be around $5,000 more than the civic.. my mom kept on asking me if i should just get the civic, or maybe i wanted a benz instead? i said, lets just stay with the civic… although if i wanted the benz, we could of got that instead…

thats how i look on money before…

there were times that my friends go to starbucks, and i dont even buy anything, but i REALLY was craving for some iced frap… but i stopped myself…

i was a very wise person with money before. i really didnt spend too much… all i spent was on was just cheap fast food and gas… maybe $100 should last me about 3 weeks (not including gas)… i obviously didnt have a job that time..

i was planning of taking out some friends of mine to a date before, but i have been holding back, to the fact that i dont want to pay for their food.. as i know that the money ill be spending will be coming from mommy.. i was actually even thinking of asking my friend if we can have separate bills if i were to take her out..

small gambling, as some of my friends do (just small stakes), i have been always avoiding… i rarely gambled, and each time i lose, i felt VERY BAD deep inside, because i know that money came from mommy… i was their money that i just threw away..

i lived my teenage life without an allowance… im not saying that i didnt have money or i wasnt given money, actually if i wanted money, my mom would give it to me… if i wanted to buy some bling bling, i know my mom will give it to me… i never had daily allowance during my high school days, but rather, i just spend, and when im low with cash, then i ask for more money… just that simple, no rules… but i was WISE with money, i spent way less than the average high school student… i wasnt a heavy spender..

i remember that i always go straight to the sale rack whenever i go shopping… if it aint in the sale rack, although if i wanted something badly, i would never buy it!

i oftenly also reject money when my mom offers to give me money when times that i know that i still have enough money still… but money was always there when i needed it..

i would say all in all, i learned about money habits by EXPERIENCE. i learned to spend money INDEPENDENTLY. many parents give their children daily allowance, that the person is only limited to spend that much, and if the person SAVES, then he would be able to buy the luxories that they want… thats how most children and teens go about, but i was just different from that.

when i was 17 and early 18, i have been having businesses… they were almost just slightly profitable… not too much profit, but a little profit.. maybe i would say a good $5 profit per day.. but with that $5 i was making each day, i didnt spend money differently.. i was still the same money spender i was… its not like i was able to buy nice clothes then, or something like that.. i didnt even mind that $5 at all… it wasnt anything to me… what was important to me was the experience of doing business… knowing the ins and outs of business..

during then my late 18s, when i started to make profits, (3 digit figures profits a day), then i slowly became loose with my spending.. i have been treating my friends out for some shakes and drinks… treating people out for lunch, etc. i did it very slowly…

the christmas of 2004, when i was in my late 18s still, i felt that i was making so much profits that i wanted to give back to others the blessings i received.. it was christmas, and i made a gift to more than 20 people.. i wrote them each a check of $100 each as christmas gifts… i wanted to prove to myself as a ungreedy person, and show to others that i am not selfish… these people include my close friends, relatives, employees, and even the mailmen that i see every other day.

i wouldnt give them all, but many times that i donated to non-profits, to foundations… i dont think i even remember half of them..

i remember the day when i bought my car, the evo, that was feb of 2005. one of my close friend’s mom was in financial problems.. she was low on cash, and had bills to pay… as being a person that is successful and just bought a car, i personally went to her house and offered her a check to help her with her finances… i wont say the exact amount, but its around $500.

that week also when i bought the evo, i had it blessed by our parish priest, then after blessing the car, i told our priest, that i have been so successful lately with business, that i was able to buy my own car myself. but i also thank God for the blessings, and if i am able to buy my own car, i should also be able to donate to the church. i gave him a check for the church… amount is around the same amount as above..

i feel so nice of myself, that i can also share Gods blessings to others.

most recent one was just yesterday. my friend melissa from gawad kalinga, to keep it short, i made a donation for the tuition fee of teenagers that cannot afford their college tuition, since school is starting about now.. there were about 15 teenagers that we sponsored, i gave about 1/3 of the total sponsorship needed. i wont say the exact amount.

i have been independent with my spending… i focus more on what i earn rather on how much i save… if i needed more money, then i would work more and thus earn more… most people SAVE MONEY to have more money… i EARN more money if i need more..

just a while ago my mom was offering me money because she wanted to pay for my tuition fee (i am taking a class at ateneo). tuition is 23,000 pesos, she said she wants to pay for it instead of me, but i rejected it and i just paid it myself… i know i have money, and i could afford it.. even the seminars that i attend… but i very very VERY appreciate her offer to me, that education is something that she wants to offer to me from her end… it was touching on what she did.Chris Angeles is a young entrepreneur at the age of 20. He learns more from experiences in the business world and making mistakes. He DOES beleive in education, and attends several seminars, entrepreneurial groups, meetings, cashflow events, etc., and he reads a lot of books in personal development and entrepreneurship. Learn more about him atThe-College-Dropout.com.

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Landbank Puerto Princesa Branch | Telephone Number – Directory

 Landbank Puerto Princesa Branch, PHILIPPINES

Office/Branch Address

#270 Hagedorn Building, Rizal Avenue, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan;

Contact/Telephone Number

(048) 433-282, 433-3490, 434-2141;


Fax No.
433-2820


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Business Address: Virgilio corner Villapa Streets, Poblacion, Brooke’s Point, Palawan
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Palawan blast suspect has links to Reyes | Palawan

6 charged with frustrated murder over twin blasts MANILA, Philippines (3rd UPDATE) – A suspect in one of the twin blasts in Palawan on Holy Thursday. Hagedorn said he might be forced to limit the the tourism activities in his jurisdiction if blasts will continue to occur. “Nagpapasalamat na lang kami at wala pang nasasaktan. Pero kung talagang mangyayari pa ulit ito, at hindi pa rin mahuhuli yung perpetrators, eh baka isara ko muna ang tourism sa Palawan, kasi

Tourism boom creates jobs, livelihood for Palawan locals | Palawan

PUERTO PRINCESA,PALAWAN—After the Underground River was officially declared as one of the “New 7 Wonders of Nature”, locals are expected to benefit from the tourism boom in the form jobs and livelihood

'Balikatan' Games Begin In Palawan | Palawan

The joint Philippines-United States war games that start in Palawan today are not a show of force against China, whose ships were involved in a standoff with.