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Olsob Whale Shark Eats Mr. Plankton

Oslob whale sharks are considered among the largest fishes in the ocean. It can grow to an enormous size of 18 up to 40 ft and can weight as heavy as 20 tons. Wow, that is amazing. With its size and weight these animals can be considered as gigantic or simply enormous. If you are not familiar with these Oslob whale shark, a glance of them would scare you to heights. Imagine, a very large whale ( shark like ) would suddenly appear in your site while you are swimming with its mouth wide open. This scenes are like scenes in the movie “Jaws”.

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Mactan Island Hopping for a day!

Lapu-lapu CityMactan Island Hopping

Mactan Island hopping starts at great city of Lapu-lapu. Lapu-Lapu City is a first class highly-urbanized city in the province of Cebu in the Philippines. The city occupies most of Mactan Island and the jump off point for all mactan island hopping activities, it is located a few kilometre off the main island of Cebu and also covers the area of Olango Island further to the southeast region, plus a few other islands (Nalusuan, Hilutungan, Caohagan, Olango, and Sulpa). Continue reading “Mactan Island Hopping for a day!”

Oslob Whale Shark Watching, Is it safe?

Oslob Whale Shark Watching, How great can it be?

The best way to enjoy your tour in Cebu is to visit the Oslob whale sharks. At first we were hesitant and have lots of questions not to mention the fear of swimming with these Oslob whale sharks. Questions like, “Are they really friendly or not?”. “Can we really see them or only by chance will we be able to gaze these Oslob whale sharks?, “Is it safe?”. All these questions we have to answer so we tried searching through the pages and ask some popular tour operators in Oslob all our queries.

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Cebu Tours – Very affordable Rates

I have been looking for the best tour operators in Cebu that offers tours going to Oslob. Visit the great whale sharks of Oslob and the beautiful sandbar in Sumilon Island. I browsed through the internet searching for them most affordable package. It was on the 4th page in google search result that I saw a website named I queried using their chat tool and good enough I was able to talk to one of their support staff. The conversation was clear and he was able to give me a quotation for 10Pax going South of Cebu to encounter with the whales. He even instructed me that the best way to book the tour was to visit their web site and go to Cebu Tours then pick Oslob whale / Tumalog Falls and Sumilon Island package or this link. And yes, I was able to reserve my tour for just a minimum down payment requirement. Another best thing about their service is that they also cater on customized tours where you get to chose your destinations and itinerary. Then after giving them the details they will provide you with a very affordable rate for the tour. I can say affordable since I was able to compare it to other Tour Operators here in Cebu. Continue reading “Cebu Tours – Very affordable Rates”


Type the following in the terminal in order to update gnome-software, which should fix the problem:

sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install --only-upgrade gnome-software

You can also update using the graphical update manager, which will do the same thing.

(The version of gnome-software shipped with Ubuntu had a bug which meant that it sometimes wouldn’t start, which was fixed in a update)

Install mongoDB on Ubuntu 16.04

How to Install MongoDB on Ubuntu 16.04


MongoDB is a free and open-source NoSQL document database used commonly in modern web applications. This tutorial will help you set up MongoDB on your server for a production application environment.

As of publication time, the official Ubuntu 16.04 MongoDB packages have not yet been updated to use the new systemd init system which is enabled by default on Ubuntu 16.04. Running MongoDB using those packages on a clean Ubuntu 16.04 server involves following an additional step to configure MongoDB as a systemd service that will automatically start on boot.

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