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We have now a bad time in the world. The Coronavirus, Covid-19,  spread over many countries.

It started in China and was very fast going to other countries.

Now on March 25, 2020 it is not allowed to go out of the house, if you are 60 years or elder. So it is very boring to stay in the house the whole time. We pray and hope that the situation with the virus will be ok soon. God bless us.

May 12, 2020, just the same children and seniors not allowed to go out of the house.

But buying the foods and other things is easier now, you need no card, face mask and social distance only.

September 07, 2020, same situation but you need face mask and face shield if you go out.

October 19, 2020, all the same, but restaurants are open and you are able to eat some where.

November 22, 2020, children and seniors are allowed to go out, restaurants and stores are still open.

January 06, 2021, nothing changed, all the same like before

The typhoon is going to Manila. Rain for us
and 24 hours no electricity.
Manila, Bulacan, Queson, Cagayan and many more places are under water




video: typhoon Ulysses, Nov 12, 2020

It hits the Philippines in the north.

November 01, 2020, The super typhoon Rolly, the strongest this year, had second landfall in Tiwi, north of Legaspi, at 5.20 am.
We had heavy rain and windy. The electricity stopped at 4.30 am for 6 days.

here 3 pictures from Legaspi after the typhoon




LOOK: Around 300 houses were buried under armored rocks from Mayon Volcano in Purok 6 and 7,
San Francisco, Guinobatan, Albay. According to the Facebook post,
several people believed to have been buried alive by the flow.
by: #RollyPH 📸 AKO BICOL Rep. Zaldy Co Facebook Account.
President Duterte visited that place.

We had many rain, October 25 to 26, 2020,
and 27 hours no electricity.

It will bring us many rain in the next days, May 14 to 15, 2020,
at 2 in the night in Irosin.
We had many rain and many trees and buildings were damaged, after the typhoon
21 hours no electricity.

our preparation for the typhoon

our neighbor

our garden the avocado tree

in the school

The Taal Volcano erupted January 12, 2020 in the afternoon.
The airport in Manila is affected and all flights are cancelled.
No classes in Manila, more than 2000 people were evacuated around the volcano.
The last eruption was 1977.


We visted Taal Volcano in December 2018.

We are on the way going up to the summit of Taal Volcano.

The crater with the lake.

It will bring us many rain in the next days, Dec. 24 to 26, 2019, Christmas time.
We had many rain and 7 hours no electricity. The wind was not strong.

The landfall is in Catanduanes, December 3. 
It will bring us many rain in the next days, Nov. 29 to December 3, 2019

We, in Irosin, had a hard time with the typhoon vom 3 pm Dec. 2
until 5 am Dec. 3 with heavy rain and very strong wind.

The air pressure went down in 3 hours from 1001 hpa to 966 hpa and
after a while it went up again in 3 hours from 966 hpa to 999 hpa.

Our house was not damaged. We had many leaves and water inside and
it took us more than one day to clean and dry the wet things.
We had no water for 2 days, the electricity was back
after 13 days. Internet is very bad with the cp.
For the computer internet after 19 days,
but the broken wire was not repaired until now.
Today, Jan. 13, 2020, the wire for PLDT connection was repaired and the internet is back to our computer.

It will bring us many rain in the next days, Nov. 14 to 16, 2019

Volcano Mt. Mayon in Legaspi had new eruptions 22. and 23. January 2018 day and night



Volcano Mt. Mayon in Legaspi had new eruptions, start at 10. January 2018




Many people were evacuated around the Mayon. They stay in schools and save places now.

Typhoon Nona is going over Samar, Sorsogon and Albay, 14. December 2015

Typhoon Lando is going over the north of Luzon, 18. October 2015

After coming down hard and fast in Casiguran, Aurora, early Sunday, Typhoon Lando (international name Koppu)
is weakening but will still bring rain to the country for most of next week.





Philippine typhoon toll hits 54 as floods shift. October 22, 2015
The death toll from a ferocious typhoon in the Philippines climbed to 54 on Thursday, as home-wrecking
floods shifted downstream to coastal villages, displacing tens of thousands of residents. Inundations
from torrential weekend rains in mountain regions caused by Typhoon Koppu cascaded into coastal. AFP News

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