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Thread: CROSSING BRIDGES 7 - Western Visayas Philippines 18-28 Nov 2010

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    Default Re: CROSSING BRIDGES 7 - Western Visayas Philippines 18-28 Nov 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by ed9119 View Post
    they know the drill......the loaded magazines were in the ammo pouch.... the rifles (with empty magazine) were just muscle show .....even then, they went through the cork-and-release-trigger drill before handing it to me.... the handguns were loaded though ....we couldnt touch THAT LOL !!
    Looks like a good trip. Still think it's a bad idea to hand guns to civilian like tyrov mentioned. A accident do happen. Try not to do it the next time. I'll be tempted to pose with one if I'm in your shoes too.
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    Last edited by ed9119; 7th December 2010 at 11:58 AM.
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    Default Re: CROSSING BRIDGES 7 - Western Visayas Philippines 18-28 Nov 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by kuantoh View Post
    I like these 2... lol... #2 reminds me of a famous phrase
    Err.. which one is that lah?

    Here's one for your viewing pleasure...




    Heyas Ed9119, can I post one photo of you lounging about in the sun by the Bojo River shirtless? *grins*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xiao_shin View Post
    Looks like a good trip. Still think it's a bad idea to hand guns to civilian like tyrov mentioned. A accident do happen. Try not to do it the next time. I'll be tempted to pose with one if I'm in your shoes too.
    Bro its a normal thing in our country, u can just borrow guns from police to pose for pics and take note before they will pass it to you for picture taking they will make sure that the safety pin is on because they are trained and they are not that stupid as well to just passed it to anybody they do not know.
    You can touch their guns it means they trust you.
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    Default Re: CROSSING BRIDGES 7 - Western Visayas Philippines 18-28 Nov 2010

    continuing from Mr PNOYSG post, here's an image of one of Clubsnap contingent, a certain Mr Chua if I am not mistaken lah...


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    Default Re: CROSSING BRIDGES 7 - Western Visayas Philippines 18-28 Nov 2010

    ..and a certain Mr S, oso from Clubsnap...


    ..when it's my turn, the fella in shades and black had to go, their superiors barked some orders at them ady!

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    Default Re: CROSSING BRIDGES 7 - Western Visayas Philippines 18-28 Nov 2010

    We only live once. Live life to the fullest... be adventurous!!! Thanks for sharing guys!!!

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    Default Re: CROSSING BRIDGES 7 - Western Visayas Philippines 18-28 Nov 2010

    Real close to the actual scene....


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    Default Re: CROSSING BRIDGES 7 - Western Visayas Philippines 18-28 Nov 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by ed9119 View Post
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    There was SWAT, Police or Army escorts for us ALL THE WAY provided by the kind Governor of Cebu Gwen Garcia and other officials in Bacolod and Iloilo. We had fun posing with them along the way .

    Yes, it was totally safe for the participants. Half of the SWAT team escorted part of the group to Asturias and some escorted 20 participants who trekked a very physical route to the cave at Gaas-Balambam. One of them recce into the cave to ensure there are no guerillas or terrorists hiding inside, before the group ventured into the cave.

    It was indeed an honour to receive round the clock security protection from the Governor of Cebu and Mayors of the various municipalities we visited.

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