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Latest Images of the Gen. Santos City Fishport Complex

Had the chance to visit the General Santos City Fishport Complex last week with friend Leonard Pe and Johnjohn who were there to shoot and tape the ongoings (for a video project) at the Market One where all the giant tuna which are downloaded daily.

As early as 6:30am we were already at the Fishport Office, trying on pairs of plastic boots that may fit our feet. You see, ever since the complex was accredited by the European Union and the US of A, it has reinforced its very strict and stringent rules and hygienic standards for everyone wanting to come in ((including wearing the proper attire). And if no have no business being there, better keep out.

Gensan Fishport


Here is a gallery of the pictures I took at the Market One of the GenSan Fishport Complex:

Man carrying tunaSignboardBig Eye TunaRecordersTuna ManFor ClassifyingWeighing the TunaTesting the meat qualityYellow Fin tunaClassifiers in lineHandline FishermenClassifying the meat

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Avel Manansala aka Bariles, is a native of a bustling city down south of Mindanao Island. He is a consultant on Blogging, Social Media, and Marketing . He is co-founder and head of the SoCCSkSarGen Bloggers and manager of Google Business Group (GBG)- General Santos. You may add him to your circles on G+ - If you need more info on any of these fields, please leave him a message.

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  1. JP says:

    may i know what program did you use in your collage here? thanks.

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  5. bariles says:

    Hi JP! After upgrading to WordPress 2.5, that was how the thumbnail grid started to look like. Cool huh? Why not shift to WP too?

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  7. miles says:

    you have to wear the proper attire pagpasok sa fishport..white shirt,long pants.white boots..if youre a visitor.any tops as long as with sleeve,long pants and close shoes are okay..dami ng bawal sa fishport ngayon..kailangan nga naman clean talaga dun..bawal dumura kahit saan..may mga smoking and non-smoking sites na..

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  10. Mommy Dharlz says:

    wow.. this is nice.. thanks for sharing
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  12. slacs l. croder says:

    export quality gyud

  13. gelai says:

    do you have a marketing video in there in general santos city that i can download, just only project in school please., i cant find in you tube

    (meron po ba kayong video tungkol sa marketing jan po sa general santos city? na pwde ko pong madownload proyekto ko lang po please..) 🙂

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  15. Great photos bariles.. you brought me to Gensan Fish Port through your photos. I have learned more about this wonderful place when I saw this Looking forward to visit the place soon.


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