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The Heart and Soul of Bohol
Jun15

The Heart and Soul of Bohol

By Excel V. Dyquiangco     Bohol in the Visayan Region is known for its lush Chocolate Hills, the most prominent national tourist spot that locals and foreigners flock to. But aside from this feat of nature, there exists other treasures that make the province as cinematic and as majestic as other favorite Philippine destinations. The presence of the Philippine tarsiers, of course, has always been there as well as islands and...

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A Walk Through Endangered Paradise
Jun13

A Walk Through Endangered Paradise

By Ambassador Grace Relucio-Princesa It is Philippine month at this illustrious magazine – a good opportunity to remind Filipinos and friends of Filipinos why we are called the Pearl of the Orient Seas. Let’s start from the northern part of Luzon in this beautiful archipelago of 7,107 islands. I have been to Calayan, Cagayan, where I enjoyed pristine beaches and large coconut crabs. What I still need to visit is Batanes. Baguio City...

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Destination Bohol: How To Get To Bohol
Jun11

Destination Bohol: How To Get To Bohol

Hills that looks like perfect mounds of chocolate. Primates so small, they fit comfortably in the palm of your hand. Restaurants that float gently down a river. Head to Carmen to tour the famous Chocolate Hills – more than 1,268 grass-covered limestone domes that are nearly symmetrical in shape and height. The picturesque hills turn a distinct shade of brown during the dry season and give them a passing resemblance to a certain...

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