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High Tech Narin ang Sibale
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February 22, 2008 - 4:06 pm

When I was 5years old, I remember we came back to Sibale where I take my first step in education. Grade1 in Dalajiacan Elementary School.

I will never forget the simplicity of life during that time. It may seems difficult to live most especially when you are in Dalajican. Saturdays and Sundays are spent climbing mango trees, guava trees, santol, etc. There are only few people who owns motorcycle, most people uses horses to carry sacks of kopra to and pro. What a romantic peaceful night when the dark moves in, with the light of the full moon or simple oil lamp.

It is when we moved in town proper I experienced electricity, only at evening and dawn. Yet, life is still very simple. That will always makes me smile and miss somehow.

But like many things that come to pass, changes have to happen and pass by, too. Sibale now is a more civilized, improved island. Technology had moved in the remote island. Now, the greater Sibalenhon people has cellphones which help them communicate with their family members in other places. It is very useful most especially for college students and parents with college students anywhere.

Electricity had reached the barangays and even in Dalajican. Most family owns television, dvd players, refrigerator, and any other electric appliances. Life has been a bit easier...and simple. But great things had changed over the past years.

It's good to hear of course, but sometimes I cannot help but miss those good old days... when I will walk along the streets or went to Hamtik or Dalajican, that I feel the serenity and very charming environment... I wish, the young people in Sibale will still able to see the simple life there.

However, no matter what may happen, Sibale will always be my beloved hometown. Whatever technology may grow, or whatever it may loss... i will always be proud to be part of this beautiful island.. just like falling inlove over and over again.

God bless Sibalenhon!

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