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Naga City Travel Guide Collab

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Let me tell you about one of my fave cities- Naga. It was exactly 10 years when I first stepped in Maogmang Lugar. It was a crazy idea to go there on an non-AC bus called Raymund Transit, seated with locals with their dogs and chicken.

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Traveling Morion | Let's explore 7107 Islands: Morion's Travel| The Other Side of Dinagat Province

Traveling Morion | Let's explore 7107 Islands: Morion's Travel| The Other Side of Dinagat Province | Travel | Scoop.it

“The country’s newest province never failed to amaze me!” that’s the exact words I am always saying whenever someone asks me about the “Mystical Province of Love”. Dinagat Province is a mysterious lady; an undiscovered paradise- seclusion keeps its beauty untouched and preserved.


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Break Spots's comment, May 23, 2013 12:36 AM
Good work
Dave ( Silverbackpacker )'s comment, May 23, 2013 3:08 AM
Thanks...... are you from The Philippines??
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The Tamilok Challenge

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The famous chef, food critic, and culinary writer once said, “If it looks good, eat it.” Well, that’s how we see exotic food. Sampling foodstuff that is not part of daily meals or restaurant menus ...

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Pinoy to graduate with honors from U.S. Air Force Academy

Pinoy to graduate with honors from U.S. Air Force Academy - Yahoo! News Philippines http://t.co/It9qncyVpp via @YahooPH #REPRESENT
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| Travel Essay | The Clouds of Bantayan Island : BWAB

| Travel Essay | The Clouds of Bantayan Island : BWAB | Travel | Scoop.it

There is something about the clouds: they change and how they remind us of ourselves.—They are “unburdened by memory of any kind” unlike us. I could remember the pile of cup noodles below the television swaying, and if they had fallen down, it would have been a signal that the waves won over the ship. Luckily, the waves were not furious enough, but they constantly reminded us with their disturbing presence.


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Break Spots's comment, May 20, 2013 5:02 AM
Looking Nice