Reggae Mistress 

Reggae Mistress the only reggae band in the Philippines fronted by three powerful women harmonized into one. A style all their own aptly called the Mstres Stylee.

Reggae Mistress

Rene "Chong" Tengasantos, and wife Irma "Chang" two of the pioneers of reggae in the Philippines thought of forming a Pinoy sounding reggae band back in 2002. Chong conceptualized the group with women frontliners in mind, a fresh idea in a male-dominated band scene. He was inspired by the I Trees - Rita Marley, Judy Mowatt and Marcia Griffith, back-up vocals of the legend Bob Marley.

The legendary unsurpassed drummer of Reggae Eurasia (the first Pinoy reggae band) - Chong and the blazing Raggae Momma in the country - Chang, is joined by daughter Lady i, and niece Ira on vocals. They are backed-up by young yet seasoned musicians Puto, Eric, Mags, Chox, and Lito. A combination of the young and the veterans harmoniously woven together dishing out one reggae feast after the next.

Reggae Mistress mixes up a deliciously concocted cocktail of genres from rock & roll, blues, soul, jazz and a dash of dancehall and lover's rock putting a reggae relish on top making it a new sound, distinctively Mstres Stylee. The sistahs are really doin' it

Dubbed as the Soul Sisters of Reggae, they bagged the 2007 Reggae Artist of the Year in the 3rd Hiphop Awards & got nominations for Best Word/Alternative category for the song "Kaibigan" in the 20th Awit Awards and Best New Artist" in the 2006 NU107 Rock Awards, Opened acts for: Reggaefest by the Bay with Ziggy Marley 2007 and Black Eyed Peas 2004.

Reggae Mistress hopes to spread the good vibes of their music not only to Pinoys but to the rest of the world.
Staying true to the reggae spirit in One Heart, One Love, One Soul. Roots Rockin' Reggae that's what they call it.

Tuesday, September 11, 2012 3:17:00 PM
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Hanne's 26th visit at Coco Beach Island Resort 

   

 
Guess what?? It is Hanne's 26th visit at Coco Beach Island Resort. A smiling Jolina as we call her getting
her favorite freshly baked bread at breakfast buffet. Enjoying the calmness of surrounding
while gorging on a healthy meal.
 
 
Monday, September 10, 2012 11:48:00 PM
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Giovani Gringo and Princess Erika Campos 

Giovani Gringo and Princess Erika Campos start their day with the birds chirping and the trees swaying while sitting at the balcony.  Lying at the beach front, enjoy the sun shines and having their buko juice while at the hammock. In a short stay here, they feel the nature life that they never been experienced in a city.

Monday, September 10, 2012 1:30:00 AM
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The Toothpaste Nudibranch 

One of the most common nudibranch that you can see in Puerto Galera is the Willan's Chromodoris.

The Willan's Chromodoris is also known as the Toothpaste Nudibranch because it resembles a striped toothpaste. This creature can be seen either alone or in pairs on coral reefs staying on rubbles and sandy areas. They can grow up to three (3) centimeters and they can be found in depths from two (2) to thirty (30) meters. This beautiful creature are usually brilliantly coloured which also acts as a deterrent against predators.

Ino Garcia Pausanos
Scuba Diving Instructor

Sunday, September 9, 2012 8:44:00 PM
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The Tassler Scorpionfish 

One of the most common fish to see in the coral reefs of Puerto Galera is a Scorpaenopsis oxycephala, otherwise known as the Tassler Scorpionfish.

The tassled scorpionfish is a carnivorous fish,they also have venomous spines same as the stonefish and lionfish. This fish can grow up to thirty-six (36) centimeters in leangth and it can have different colors. The adult tassled scorpionfish are bearded with a few tassles below the mouth and that is where this fish got its name. They are normally seen on coral reefs ranging from one meter to thirty-five (35) meters underwater. Most often they look like rock that is why sometimes people accidentally thread on their venomous spines wich causes painful injury.
Now can you see where the tassled scorpionfish is???
 
 
Ino Garcia Pausanos
Scuba Diving Instructor

 

Friday, September 7, 2012 10:37:00 PM
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