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Five candidates were chosen to be part of the semi-finals of the Long Gown competition at GB5, Nov 9, 2009. They were Korea, Philippines, USA, India and Italy. Congratulations to the five lovely ladies!
Nature, Miss Earth beauties take center stage at Nuvali
November 9, 2009, 4:01pm
Miss Earth candidates are set to visit Nuvali, Ayala Land’s largest master-eco-community spanning the cities of Sta. Rosa and Calamba in Laguna, for activities that highlight harmony of modern living with nature.
On Tuesday, November 10, the beauties for the Miss Earth pageant will experience that Nuvali has laid out for its residents and visitors within its 1,750-hectare expanse. With an “evoliving” concept, an integrated approach to sustainability, Nuvali provides the international pageant a youthful, fun, yet certainly responsible backdrop – the pageant’s advocacy for the environment which the eco-community shares.
The ladies will take part in a tree-planting activity which is part of Nuvali’s overall tree-planting program that further adds to the community’s ecology. Nuvali is already home to 55 flora species and 76 fauna species.
With a story entitled “The Last Tree,” Miss Cuba will lead a story-telling session to a group of children who are from communities surrounding Nuvali. The children will later receive school supplies and shoes from the Miss Earth pageant through Nuvali’s integrated social responsibility program.
In partnership with National Bookstore, the activity supports and encourages the Grade 1 students and the rest of the community on the virtues of pursuing education.
Other groups sponsoring the activities are Manila Water, Italianni’s restaurant which has a branch at the Solenad retail center and Globe. The latter donated directories which are recycled by Nuvali’s adopted communities to make baskets and which will be presented to the visiting beauties and guests as gifts.
Dr. Myrna Pamplona, school district superintendent, will be among those present to witness the activities. Meann Dy, Ayala Land Senior Vice President, and Jun Bisnar, Ayala Land Vice President and Nuvali General Manager, will present Ayala Land’s experiences on promoting sustainability.
A site tour takes them to the picturesque lake which also serves to harvest rainwater to prevent flooding. Here, they will ride taxi-boats to bring them to Solenad. At the dock, koi-feeding and pleasurable photo opportunities are part of the activities.
At Nuvali, all of Ayala Land’s business units and subsidiaries take active part in shaping the eco-community that helps realize a sustainable future through life modes that have lower carbon footprints. Nuvali hosts the largest double piping system that allows use of recycled water where the use of potable water is not required. It has extensive road networks featuring dedicated bike and pedestrian lanes.
Flying Without Wings
November 9, 2009 · No Comments
If there’s a trend for this trip, it’s them putting us in death-defying situations. We’re usually above ground with no solid landing directly beneath us.
This morning, we went on a tree top adventure and got to experience free-fall rapelling ala Mission Impossible style, sending screams through the tree top canopies. It was scary at first because it truly felt like you were falling with no parachute, but at least for me, nearing the ground it became a lot better and the fear subsided. I really enjoyed it. Then there was the Superman ride which saw 2 girls zip thru the air forwards and backwards. Now, that was super fun. Hahaha. I caught Miss Switzerlands’s and my expressions on video. Haha.
The adrenalin rush was amazing but short-lived. We had to quickly leave for our preliminary swimsuit competition at Lakeshore.
We had no time to spare. The girls from Group 3 rushed to do their own hair and makeup before going on stage. But as is expected, the actual show always seems to pass in the blink of an eye. The judges picked 5 girls and they will be competing with the other 10 girls from Group 1 and 2 to land the title Best in Swimsuit. These girls are: Miss Mexico, Miss Switzerland, Miss Brazil, Miss France and Miss Paraguay.
Most of us are just really glad that the swimsuit competition is finally over because we’ve been so worried that we’d be eating ourselves fat. The hospitality of the people of Iloco Norte has been absolutely amazing. They feed us non-stop! I think we get at least 5 meals a day: breakfast, snack, lunch, snack, snack, dinner.
But we’re back in Manila now and leaving in a couple of hours for another province. I think our group has the best itinerary because we get to explore the lesser seen side of the Philippines. Despite the fatigue, viewing the untouched civilisation and serene beauty of nature is mind-blowing. But let’s not forget the competitions.
Haha. I think it’s funny how we switch from being all road-trippy/girls day out to competition mode in an instant when the time calls for it. But that’s probably the mark of true beauty queens.
A night full of beauty, elegance, glitter, and prestige- thatâ€™s how I can describe the pre-pageant long gown competition of Miss Erath 2009 last night November 7, 2009 held at Subic Bay Yacht Club.
There were 26 goddesses of the earth that took the runway by storm as they ramp gracefully wearing their long gown. Here are the complete pictures of the 26 lovely girls.
Miss Brazil is very sweet, she gives me her personal leaflet that promotes her country. She is very tall, beautiful, and her personality is very vibrant.
Miss Paraguay and Guatemala accidentally exchanged their sash but both girls are very polite. Miss Paraguay is beautiful. Her beauty is very prominent.
Picture number one is Miss El Salvador. I actually look for her to take her picture personally for my friend who made her national costume. But when I approach her she is all smiles and she even asks me if I saw her sash. This girl is very friendly and also beautiful up close.
Puerto Rico is also friendly and very beautiful also Tanzania and Nigeria. All in all the girls are friendly and beautiful. So for those who are under estimating these girls, please stop it because they are all beautiful in their own way.
The top 5 placer for this segment are Brazil, Guam, Mexico, Paraguay, and Thailand. Here are more pics. Enjoy and sorry for the grammar lapses.
Beauty sleep apparently isn’t the order of the day in a beauty pageant.
Like Miss Northern Ireland said, “How are we supposed to be beautiful if we’re not gettin’ beauty sleep?!”
Especially if we were gonna be meeting our fans today. Haha. Not that we KNEW about the welcome reception that awaited us. We were told to dress comfortably in jeans and a red Miss Earth top for our flight to Laoag. Emblazoned on the front our mini tops were the words “I am Miss Earth”. As if the green sashes proudly declaring our the pageant and our countries weren’t statement enough. Haha.
Naturally, a bunch of already tall girls pottering about with luggages on tall heels attracts attention. But with the eye-catching red tops and green sashes, we were suddenly celebrities in the local airport.
I cannot even begin to describe the attention we got. We thought the picture taking was crazy at the Manila airport, what with people trying to sneak shots of us as we were eating, but we had only just gotten the least of it.
Laoag took us by storm. Upon touch down at the Laoag International Airport we were so mesmerized by the blue skies and vast lands that the welcome reception for us was ignored. People were waiting for us and there even was a band playing, but truth be told, we did not expect any of it. When our attention was finally drawn to it, we were overwhelmed. Officials came to meet us and we were given traditional sunhats alongside ribbons. Hey, there even was a brochure with our faces printed on it! Haha.
Welcome ribbons donned, the following awesome motorcade was particularly memorable. Riding in the brilliant sun atop open top jeeps and seeing the cheering crowds lining the streets waiting to catch a glimpse of us made it seem as though we were Hollywood celebrities. Not something we were used to. With their mobile phone cameras pointed at us, trying to snap whatever picture they could, it was a reception to remember.
We were whisked away in a blink of an eye to the almost complete convention center for important business: tree planting. It’s not all fun and games boys and girls. We girls are here with a mission and tree planting is one small step we took today in helping to promote our green cause.
But once we got the serious business out of the way, we got to enjoy the native lands. After touring our first destination, Saint Augustine’s church, we exited to a massive crowd of cheering, screaming and delirious “fans” - a stark contrast to the quiet and serene interior of the church. The school going kids wanted pictures. We gave them that and more. Handshakes set them screaming wildly and brought them to the brink of tears. It was like we were Beyonce. With an important and strong environmental message that is.
We also visited the Marcos Mausoleum of the late President Ferdinand R. Marcos, watched how local food Empanada was prepared and toured another church. Wherever we went, the entourage followed. Even when we had some delish local food, the crowd was never too far behind. They peered in through whatever available windows there were, never giving their trigger happy fingers any rest. They waved, grinned and watched every move we made. Even as we were shoving the famous Pinakbet pizza and fried corn kernels down our throats, they were there watching us like a hawk. Haha.
The Ilocos Norte hospitality was amazing; they fed us with too much food. We ate non-stop and ate too much because it’s a waste to let scrumptious food go wasted.
Again I’m typing in the dark as the other girls nod off on the way back to our beautiful resort. We’re staying here in Laoag for 2 days before setting off to another province.
It’s been an amazing and exhilarating day. Wow. We’re so thankful that the beautiful people here are giving us great memories to bring home to our respective countries. Truly a once in a lifetime experience.
Oo.Andrea Novella, Su Experiencia en Miss Guatemala -- KH (http://bellezaguatemalteca.wordpress.com/), 12:50:23 11/06/09 Fri 
Fotos cortesía de Andrea Novella para Belleza Guatemalteca– Corrección de color y tratamiento fotográfico Karla Hufford -Entrevista Karla Hufford
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Miss International 2009. -- Jose, 13:32:43 11/03/09 Tue 
Porfa, voten Ivana Bonilla en Miss International 2009, para que llegue a tener mucha mucha fuerza para cuando llegue al evento y sepan quien es la Miss Inter Guate 2009.
Miss Earth 2009 Schedule of Activities
November 4 (10AM) Press Presentation: Valle Verde 6, Pasig City
November 4 (4PM) National Costume Competition: Amazing Philippines Theater, Manila
November 14 (7PM) Final Swimsuit Competition: Fontana Leisure Park & Casino, Pampanga
November 16 (7PM) Final Evening Gown Competition: PAGCOR Grand Theater, Parañaque
November 17 (7PM) Final Talent Competition: Coron, Palawan
November 22 (7PM) Grand Coronation Night: Boracay Ecovillage Resort & Convention Center
Robinsons Mall Tour & Fashion Show
November 6 (4PM) Robinsons Place Dasmariñas
November 7 (4PM) Robinsons Nova Market
November 8 (4PM) Robinsons Place Metroeast
November 13 (4PM) Robinsons Galleria
November 14 (4PM) Robinsons Starmills, Pampanga
Nov. 7 GROUP 1 Pre-Swimsuit Competition :Golden Sunset Resort & Spa Calatagan, Batangas
Nov. 8 GROUP 3 Pre-Swimsuit Competition : Central Country Estate, Inc. The Lakeshore
Nov. 12 GROUP 2 Pre-Swimsuit Competition : Legazpi, Bicol
Nov. 9 GROUP 1 Pre-Talent Competition : Amana Water Park Resort, Pandi, Bulacan
Nov. 9 GROUP 3 Pre-Talent competition : Bacolod
Nov. 10 GROUP 2 Pre-Talent competition : Puerto Princesa, Palawan
Nov. 7 GROUP 3 Pre-Evening Gown Competition : Subic
Nov. 8 GROUP 1 Pre-Evening Gown Competition : Splash Mountain Resort Hotel, Los Baños Laguna
Nov. 9 GROUP 2 Pre-Evening Gown Competition : Greenbelt 5, Ayala
Miss Earth 2008's Welcome Message
I am thrilled and ecstatic to meet all of you very soon, and share with you not just the experiences and beauty of Miss Earth but of my country also. I know many of you have already corresponded with me about some of your concerns, so I wanted to take this opportunity to reach out to those I have yet been fortunate enough to meet. I will boast that if you let it, being both delegates and visitors to the Philippines can be a wonderful and memorable experience for yourselves. If you have any concerns or questions to ask please feel free to email me at anytime i would be more than happy to help out wether it be about Miss Earth or the Philippines. This year Im not only your Miss Earth but a host as well, so I hope I can assist all of you with anything you may need.
I wish all you the best of luck ladies and I cant wait to meet you all soon!
En busca de la nueva futura Miss Guatemala -- Julio C, 21:30:47 10/29/09 Thu 
Hello! Una pregunta, alguna persona tiene fotos de Lucinda Bejarano? que yo recuerde es una chica muy linda y tiene buena estatura, si alguien tiene fotos y mas informacion de ella porfavor de compartirla, yo en lo personal me gustaria saber mas de ell, pareciera que es una buena candidata y diferente para el miss guatemala 2010. gracias.
Pablito tenes razon en ke habian otras misses mas lindas y que merecian la corona en total acuerdo con vs....pero pues vuelta de hoja no hay y fotos feas todas las MU tienen, ahora solo queda esperar al proximo año ... -- Oscarlicious 2.0, 14:25:27 10/20/09 Tue
Miss Earth Netherlands 2009, Sabrina Anijs Revelations
Written by Woman of the Earth
How important is winning the Miss Earth crown to you? Why?
"First of all, I want to say that I’m feeling very privileged that I will represent my country and myself at the Miss Earth pageant; to be one of the women who are trying to help our environment, is one of the best things I can imagine. The Miss Earth pageant is one of the biggest beauty pageants in the whole world. But the thing that makes this the most beautiful pageant is that it stands for a cause for the environment. It’s true, the whole world has beautiful women, but when we can use beauty to improve our environment, why shouldn’t we do that? Beauty begins from the inside. When you have a good heart, are honest and be caring for your environment and your loved ones, you are very beautiful. For me the Miss Earth crown is very important. I know that I will do more than my best to represent the Miss Earth title and with full commitment I will try to bring a message to the whole earth. As I have said before, it’s not difficult to contribute to our environment. For me it’s important that everyone realizes it. I definitely think that the Miss Earth crown will help me send this message to the whole world." Sabrina Anijs, Dutch representative to Miss Earth 2009 pageant
Éste es el rpimer grupo completo delMiss Colombia, dicen que aquí parece estar la nueva Miss Colombia; Atioquia ha sido sin duda la mejor de éste grupo (yo lo creo así) y aúnque Bogotá era mi favorita nuemero 1 en estas fotos la verdad no sobresale. aquí les dejo el grupo completo.
QUE NO NOS SORPRENDA SI VENEZUELA GANA OTRA CORONA ESTE AÑO... -- EL PABLITO, 13:21:36 10/19/09 Mon 
ADRIANA VASINI, LA REPRESENTANTE VENEZOLANA PARA EL REINA HISPANOAMERICANA, RECONOCIDA MUNDIALMENTE POR SU MAGNIFICA PASARELA EN TRAJDE DE BAÑO YA ES LA GRAN FAVORITA PARA HACERSE CON LA CORONA Q EN LOS PROXIMOS DIAS SE DISPUTARA EN BOLIVIA...
GIVE HER THE CHANCE-- Hannia Hernandez esta HERMOSA MUJER con 1.80 de estatura una fugura perfecta y uno de los rostros mas bellos de GUATEMALA nos puede traer la corona de MISS TIERRA 2009, porfabor delen la oportunidad ya que tod los guatemaltecos nos sentiremos ORGULLOSOS que esta belleza reprecente a nuestro querida TIERRA CHAPINA, tenemos mujeres bellas en Guatemala asi que por que mostrar los mismos rostros? demole la oportunidad a la senorita HANNIA y tendremos mas posibilidades de que la corona venga a GUATEMALA que opinan? -- Jeff (MISS TIERRA), 15:27:04 09/23/09 Wed 
EXCLUSIVO TUBAZOOOOOO PARA MISS VENEZUELA UNDERCOVER.
AUN NO HA TRASCENDIDO A LA PRENSA DE SU PAIS Y DE MANERA EXCLUSIVA LO COMUNICAMOS, ALIDA BOHER, MISS GUATEMALA 2007 SERA LA REPRESENTANTE DE ESE PAÍS EN EL MISS MUNDO EL PROXIMO 12 DE DICIEMBRE EN SUR AFRICA. COMO RECORDAMOS ALIDA PARTICIPÓ EN EL MISS UNIVERSO , EN MEXICO DONDE LA GANADORA FUE LA JAPONESA RIYO MORI......
NUEVO FORO MISS VENEZUELA UNDERCOVER
Gandy Guerra, la nueva Miss Guatemala Mayan 2009 -- Tato, 23:08:34 10/06/09 Tue 
La Esquipulteca Gandy Guerra Ramos fue coronada el pasado domingo 4 de octubre como la nueva Miss Guatemala Mayan 2009.
MRS. INFINITY INTERNATIONAL BEAUTY PAGEANT 2009 se llevara a cabo del 25 de Noviembre al
3 de Diciembre ( Elección Mundial )
El lugar sede de MRS. INFINITY INTERNATIONAL BEAUTY PAGEANT 2009 será TENERIFE. ISLAS
CANARIAS, ESPAÑA. Cumplimos con informarle a todos los países interesados en enviar su
delegada a dicho evento no dudar en comunicarse con la Organización. Dicho certamen va
dirigido a damas entre 30 y 50 años, casadas, solteras, divorciadas o viudas con o sin
hijos. La ganadora sera la imagen internacional contra la violencia de genero asi como
mas de 20.000Euros en premios.