Saturday, September 13, 2008

WOW Philippines

"We love our country!
We are proud to be Filipinos!
Let us all promote Philippine Tourism."

This slogan is prominent in every Department of Tourism and Philippine Tourism Authority sites on the web and all over the country. Who wouldn't love the tourist attractions of the Philippines? Considered as the "Pearl of the Orient", the more than Seven Thousand Islands of my country offers diverse thrills and activities - from the islands to the mountains to the festivals, that both an adventurous and a laid-back tourist will definitely love.

So as my contribution in promoting tourism in my country, I am sharing these seven photos I have taken in my previous trips and another photo loaned to me by a friend. You can check the links of the first seven photos in my sidebar.


MACTAN ISLAND - Lapu-Lapu, the King of Mactan, fought Ferdinand Magellan and his forces in this island. In the battle, Magellan was killed and the remaining Spaniard retreated to their ships. Now Mactan is a famous scuba-diving and beach site. It is also the site of the Mactan International Airport and Mactan Export Processing Zone.


BANAUE RICE TERRACES - For over 2,000 years, the people of Batad in Ifugao built, one stone at a time, what is now known as Banaue Rice Terraces. The still productive rice terraces rise from the valley floor up to 3,000 feet, a feat of engineering so substantial that some call them the eight wonder of the world. It is the only man-made wonder which was literally sculpted from the earth. It has been declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO.



PANGLAO ISLAND - This island lies just opposite Tagbiliran city, and is accessible via two bridges. It has two municipalities, Dauis in the north and Panglao in the south. The island has a number of wonderful white beaches. No wonder Panglao is host to most of Bohol's hotels and resorts. Most of these are concentrated around Alona Beach, a very nice stretch of white sand at the southeastern end of the island.


CHOCOLATE HILLS - The 1,268 eerie Chocolate Hills of Bohol rise 20 to 50 meters high and dominate the landscape of Carmen, Batuan and sagbayan towns for miles around. In summer, the grass that cover the hills dry out and turn Chocolate brown, hence the name. There is no generally accepted scientific explanation about the hill formations. the hills are the home of the famous and indigenous Tarsier, an endangered species.



HUNDRED ISLANDS - This group od islands and islets is a foremost attraction in Pangasinan Province. They look like giant turtles, scattered off the coast of Lucap in the town of Alaminos. Now developed, they lie ensconed in the 1,844-hectare nature and recreational park called the Hundred Islands National Park. The jump-off point is Lucap. From the wharf, it is just a short 20-minute boat ride to the islands.



VIGAN, ILOCOS SUR - Past and present collide in Vigan. Impressive Spanish colonial architecture still stands as monuments to that era of Philippine history, even as town moves quickly and quietly into modernization. Recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, growing interest in the town's Spanish-era buildings has brought about the development of tourist amenities in the poblacion, while also protecting the integrity of the old town center and its historic structures.



PALAWAN SUBTERRANEAN RIVER - The Puerto Princesa Subterranean National Park contains one of the real highlights of Palawan: The world-famous Subterranean River. A journey into the darkness of this riverine cave is a truly unique experience. The limestone cave that the river passes through is thought to be the longest navigable river-traversed tunnel in the world.



BORACAY ISLAND - The world-famous island of Boracay is located in Akalan province 345 south of Manila. It's seven kilometers long and one kilometer wide at its narrowest point with a palm fringed 4-km long powder-fine white sand beach. Boracay is the perfect getaway, with all the elements of a tropical paradise - crystal blue waters, powder white sand, liberal doses of tropical palms and flowering plants, and a healthy marine life underneath the seas.

The last photo is just a loan from a friend. You have to wait a little longer (maybe a couple of weeks) for my personal take on the place because next week. I will be spending my whole week in Boracay as a birthday gift to myself.

(All Photos taken by Lawstude except the last one. Most of information on the texts are obtained from WOW Philippines and Lonely Planet.)

160 comments:

  1. Excited ako sa Boracay pics mo he he. If you ever get tired of the long beach area of the island,or that grotto shot called Willy's Rock, try the puka beach area in yapak, or the coastline of the Fairways and Bluewaters.

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  2. Nakakainggit mag-travel. Sama mo naman kami bro.

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  3. wow nga!
    never been to the last 4 wonders...

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  4. may kulang sa list mo....





    walang siargao. hehehe

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  5. Ang nice - yung rice terraces nalang di ko napupuntahan dyan... i wanna see it live ;D

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  6. wow!!!!I sooooooooo love you blog! pictures are so amazing! keep it up!

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  7. hi, ls! nice post and pics, as always. :)

    just wanna make a little correction, though: lapu-lapu was a chieftain who became a hero in the battle of mactan. the king that time was raja humabon. :) :) :)

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  8. Wow! Great series!
    You have a awesome countrie :)

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  9. Nice pics ! Now you have given me an itinerary of great places to visit in motherland :)

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  10. Beautiful! Come to think of it I've never been to any of them except the rice terraces. Time to revisit and see these places of beauty. When is a good to go?

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  11. @ abou - thanks for the tip bro. i will definitely go there.

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  12. @ vinzent - sure bro. buzz me lang kung saan mo gusto magbiyahe.

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  13. Chocolate Island wins my pick. Perhaps I'm on a diet so that name is enticing, either way it's definitely worth spending a few nights camping! Plus, I'd love to look at the greens turning into a brownish chocolate.

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  14. @ the islander - i am sure makakapunta ka rin doon kasi gala ka din. syempre punta din ako siargao pag nilibre mo hehehe.

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  15. @ aline - wow. libot ka din pala. im sure mapupuntahan mo na ang rice terraces soon.

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  16. @ undecipherable indentity - thanks. really appreciate it.

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  17. @ acey - thanks for liking this post and thanks for the correction too. that is correct, i'll update the info.

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  18. Wow, ..... BEAUTIFUL and AMAZING. I love those photos, really bring out the best of your country. Thanks for sharing.

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  19. @ mary jo - thanks. my country really has lots to offer.

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  20. @ bw - thanks, there will definitely be part 2 or more of this.

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  21. @ bertN - its just funny that your comment is the exact opposite of aline's comment.

    really time to travel bro.

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  22. @ share my point of view - lols. that's a nice way to put it. i wish to go back there when its brown.

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  23. @ alicesg - you are very much welcome. just happy to share what my country can offer.

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  24. You have certainly taught me lots about the philipines through your blog. Btw, can you talk about philipino food (ex: adobo)? I LOVE food and it'll be nice to know something about the culinary culture of your country.

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  25. every time na makatingin ako sa mga kuha mong litrato, gumagaan ang pakirmdam ko tapos i appreciate the nature more. sarap ng pakiramdam.

    welcome sa bora!

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  26. LS: The Philippines is a beautiful country and you show it off so well with your photos. I really enjoy my visits to your country thrugh your posts.

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  27. Wow talaga. Ang ganda ng Pilipinas kaya biyahe na.

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  28. Wonderful and interesting views!
    I should like to visit your beautiful country.

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  29. I do not know what to say ... just that I want same day to visit all these places, excellent.

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  30. galing ng pagkapili mo ng mga kuha mong photos. siguradong ka abang abang ang mga kuha mo sa boracay.

    ingat sa byahe malapit na malapit na!

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  31. great idea of posting these photos. indeed, the philippines has alot to offer. and i'm proud to say that i've been to all the places in this post. sabi nga, h'wag maging dayuhan sa sariling bayan.:D

    looking forward to your boracay pics.

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  32. excellent photos! I haven't been to Hundred Island, Banaue, Vigan and Palawan. Shox, dami ko pang dapat puntahan! :-)

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  33. @ stanley - hey, it's nice to be appreciated. thanks. i'll try to post filipino foods like adobo soon but for the meantime, you can check ALINE's blog (see link in my sidebar) for amazing review on Filipino Food.

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  34. @ redlan - salamat red. bukas punta ko sa bora and i will be there till saturday.

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  35. @ fishing guy - thanks. my country really has lots of tourism potentials. thanks for taking the tour with me.

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  36. @ prinsesamusang - may part 2, 3, 4 , 5 etc etc pa to. ;-)

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  37. @ vanessa - tara na biyahe tayo.

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  38. @ pietro - you should bro, you will definitely enjoy your visit here.

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  39. @ daniel j santos - thank you. i bet you will have a grand time here when you visit my country.

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  40. @ the dong - salamat dom. bukas na alis ko, sana maki-cooperate ang weather kundi pahirapan na naman sa pag-shoot nyan. ingats din sa byahe.

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  41. @ luna miranda - i agree. dapat talaga ma-promote local tourism satin. buti naman nalibot mo na mga to. ingat sa biyahe lagi.

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  42. @ dyosa - those are great places kaya sana mapuntahan mo din and i am sure mag-eenjoy ka doon.

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  43. nakita ko nga yung plea ng DOT to write good about the Philippines and i have been pestered by my aunt in japan to do the same too. kaya yan... simulan ko na rin

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  44. Philippines has everything to be a world-class tourist destination.

    If only more Filipinos would be more like you, this can be a reality.

    Russell
    www.e-Philippines.com.ph
    Philippines Adventure Travel and Destinations

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  45. I believe so, Philippines should be marketed to the international market as one of the top destination in Asia.

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  46. Let's say I'm a foreigner... by just looking at these very stunning pictures of WOW Philippines I will book the next plane out headed for Manila and start to explore our 7,107 islands :)

    Enjoy your Bora trip, balitaan mo naman ako ng mga bago dun kse i'll be going din sa Bora by the end of next month. Happy travels!

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  47. huwaw. ganda talaga ng bansa ko. hehe. proud ako!

    sana lang alisin ni durano ang mukha niya sa mga tourism flyers and billboards? pampasira. so young yet so...kaka. kakairita. kakatrapo.

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  49. nag vote na po.

    as usual, ang gaganda ang kuha nyo

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  50. napa-wow talaga ko sa pics. pero ni isa ala pa kong napuntahan. hehe

    ganda ng last pic kuya oman. i was actually wondering kung bat di mo sinali sa postcards na gift mo sa amin. ganda ng kuha ng friend mo.

    speaking of gift, i sent my mailing add thru FS. kindly check na lang. sana masend mo lahat kasi gusto kong ilagay sa frames yung pics. hehe. thanks kuya oman! btw, enjoy ur vacation!

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  51. beautiful beautiful tapestry of the philippine landscape. makes you wanna leave everything else and visit any of these places.

    have a great holiday in THE bora!

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  52. When I was in Pinas I was truly WOW-ed b/c of the places and the friendly people. I felt their warmth and it made me want to go back for more!

    Honestly, I'm crazy over Pinas - like really head over heels!

    ;D

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  53. My friend, I always thought you were a powerful means to show the best of the beauties from your country.

    This just shows how right I was.

    Ferreira-Pinto a.k.a Quinttarantino coming from lenses and visions

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  54. Such unusual sights! My favorite are the rice terraces and the chocolate hills. Your photos are always extra special!

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  55. na-enganyo tuloy ako sa paglilibot sa pinas..next year yan ang target kong puntahan...yang seven photos place mo.kahit isa dyan solve nako.:)

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  56. Our country is rich with scenic places. We have beautiful tourist destinations here. It's just unfortunate that security is not good that foreigners are discouraged to visit Pinas. I hope something can be done about it.

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  57. lawstude, musta???? tagal tagal din akong nawala sa blogosphere... buti ka pa. nabusy ako lately sa work.... miss blogging dude.... read ur posts... wow!!! kainggit tlga!!!

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  58. WOW is right! It sure is a beautiful place. The color of the water in the Palawan River photo is gorgeous.. all your photos are lovely.

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  59. You can say wwwwwooooooowwwwwwwww Philippines..Yes Philippines is a beautiful country I can say that..But aside from this beautiful spot that we have in our country, Did you know that the biggest Divine Mercy is found here in the Philippines..?Visit this Travels and Tour blog and you can read the rest of the article.

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  60. Wow and now I want to visit the Philippines!!!

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  61. The fact that I lived in the Philippines for couple of years make me wants to promote Philippines too :) It's a beautiful country indeed!

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  62. Lahat 'ata ng nafeature mo ay isa lang ang narating ko...

    Hundred Islands pa lang...

    Hehe! Sama naman ako next time... para makarelate ako! hehe!

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  63. What a beautiful place you live in.....some very lovely shots.

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  64. amazing photos! reading the comments here, siguradong nakatulong ka sa pagpromote ng ating bansa. galing! =)

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  65. Keep on showing your beautiful country!

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  66. ganda!
    sana makapunta at makapamasyal na rin ako sa buong Pinas!
    ingats palagi kuya=]

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  67. I can't agree more. This is a very beautiful country. And we have the responsibility to tell the world about these places not just because we love our country but because everybody around the world deserves to experience the bliss that this great archipelago could offer.....

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  68. .....and I for one, I am very glad to know that there are bloggers like you who take extra effort to promote the country. I hope to do the same............

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  69. They are gorgeous :) I wanna visit your country once for sure!!

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  70. These are awesome places. Wow na wow Philippines talaga. Sana kahit kalahati mapuntahan ko.

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  71. Your doing this country a big big favor. Let's keep on promoting what beautiful in our country.
    Let's make people say wow Philippines!

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  72. there's one place here i've yet to visit...hulaan mo. someday...

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  73. Guys, sorry for not updating this blog. I am still here in Boracay and will probably be back for new posts next week.

    @ ifoudme - that's great. kailangan talaga tumulong tayo na i-promote and tourisn ng bansa natin.

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  74. @ russelltehri - just doing my share to promote our country. i am sure there are more civic-minded bloggers out there too.

    thanks for the visit. really appreciate it.

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  75. @ share my point of view - dot are doing just that. they just need our help so let us promote Philippines to the world.

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  76. @ kegler747 - thanks carlo. i'll be posting my boracay series very soon.

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  77. @ atticus - talagang maganda ang pinas.

    trapo na kasi si durano eh kabata-bata nahahawa na kay GMA lols.

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  78. @ rio - doc bakit mo binura? ano nakasulat doon? sayang di ko nabasa.

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  79. @ nanaybelen - salamat ng marami nay.

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  80. @ beero - yeah. ngayun lang ako nakapagbukas ng FS at dito pa sa BOra. I'll mail your postcards pag-uwi ko. Isasama ko din yang last pic. salamat.

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  81. @ eye in the sky - thanks for the nice comment and i am having a blast here in Boracay.

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  82. @ kyels - thanks. warm people and lovely places are one of our trademarks. hope you could visit my country again.

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  83. @ ferreira-pinto - thanks you very much sir and i hope that you are feeling better now. take care always my friend.

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  84. @ dot - thanks you. i enjoy taking these pics and i surely hope that my viewers enjoy these too.

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  85. @ ever - yeah kabayan. pag-balik mo sa pinas kailangan magbitahe ka. and kahit ano dito ay highlt recommended ko.

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  86. @ abaniko - you are right. i have an escort when i visited mindanao and he wont let me wander alone for security reasons. places in luzon and visayas thou are pretty safe.

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  87. @ olan - dude welcome back. just take your time. dito lang naman kami lagi eh. thanks.

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  88. @ sherry - thanks. i really appreciate your comment.

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  89. @ dingexx - that is a nice info. a catholic country like ours should really promote that Divine Mercy as religious site.

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  90. @ ash - thanks. i am here to help you in case you need advise on where to go.

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  91. @ ash - thanks. i am here to help you in case you need advise on where to go.

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  92. @ rintjez - thanks for the help and welcome to my blog. hope you had great time in my country.

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  93. @ lionheart - i am sure makakarating ka rin sa iba. adventurer ka eh. pagkatapos mo mag-aral you will have all the time in the world.

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  94. @ neva - thanks. i appreciate it.

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  95. @ carlotta - salamat. that is one of my goals, to help the tourism in our country and also to let Filipinos be aware of how beautiful our country is.

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  96. @ digital polaroids - i definitely will. thanks.

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  97. @ my-so-called quest - thanks doc. i am sure makakalibot ka din sa Pinas. aral muna.

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  98. @ salingpusa - that is a very nice comment. i am just enjoying myself and at the same time wanted to show to the world what our country can offer in terms of tourism. thanks.

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  99. @ shionge - thanks. just buzz me where you want to go so i can make suggestions.

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  100. @ uno - salamat. just find time to enjoy the beauty of pinas. you will really appreciate it.

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  101. @ traveler on foot - i am with you bro. and i am sure marami pang bloggers ang katulad natin na nag-eenjoy na and at the same time ay gustong tulungan ang tourism ng pinas.

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  102. @ tutubi - my guess is either the rice terraces or vigan.

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  103. grabe to the highest level na tlaga toh.

    love the pictures! love everything!

    ma-mimiss ko toh, i'll be out of the blogger world for a while. always take care lawstude ;)

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  104. wow very beautiful place you living i have many phillipine as my friends one day i will visit your country
    HAVE A NICE DAY

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  105. Hi Norman! After a short break but a long absence, I’m finally back to the blogosphere and found some time to enjoy your excellent blog…
    And this time is a virtual treat! Excellent pictures from wonderful places; it's a shame we don't have time to see all the beauties there are left around in this not so small world...
    Many thanks for your comments on Blogtrotter, while I was off. It’s now still in Kos on the way to Crete! Hope you enjoy and wish you a great weekend and a nice week ahead!

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  106. indeed... you a perfect candidate for tourism ambassador in Philiphine... welldone..

    you show us perfect pics

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  107. Ingat sa pagbalik mo from Boracay!

    PASALUBONG ha!

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  108. GALiNG!!!!!

    THE BEST TOL... SOBRA..

    enjoy jan sa BORA and take care

    salamat sa pagdaan really appreciate it..

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  109. You live in a beautiful country for sure! these shots could all be on a tourist brochure..absolutely marvelous captures all of them...:) I have moved blogs, and am really loving flickr do you have an account with them? Let me know! have a great week!

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  110. So far, Chocolate Hills, Panglao, Boracay at Mactan palang ang napupuntahan ko. Pero I'll go to Sagada and Banaue this coming Nov!

    Cheers to more travels! :-)

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  111. the banaue rice terraces are always a tourist drawer. I just hope that they can maintain it for future generations.

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  112. nasa boracay ka pala! andun din ako last friday pa a he he. kakauwi ko lang, sayang. buti naman at napuntahan mo mga lugar na nasabi ko. sana nag enjoy ka kahit maalon at medyo maulan sa bora

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  113. parekoy, humahataw sa comments a.

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  114. wow na wow pilipins! musta kapatid mo? hehehe!

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  115. @lawstude: AJ here..how are you bro..as per the pinoy poll,i was just feeling too upset to all those whove written me that I cheated and uses proxy server to get a high vote..they just dont know that my familys keep on campaigning for me to get a vote..i actually dont update myself with it regularly..too bad the experience bro. those sourgrapers could get those badge if they want.

    rgds

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  116. Second is fantastic.... Here we used to have paddy fields like this... Whats that really?

    Nice to see you back after long time...

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  117. attorney, sensya..medyo magulo yung comment ko para sa iyo kaya binura ko..nahiya ako e..hehehe

    kuya, over staying ka na dyan sa boracay...balik ka na. inaabangan na namin yung mga pics mo from bora..

    btw, ang gaganda ng shots mo d2 sa entry na ito=)

    ingat po parati.

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  118. @ iriz - thanks to the highest level din :)

    balik ka agad ha. we will miss you and your blog a lot.

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  119. @ kmf - have a nice day too and hopr to see you in the philippines.

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  120. @ gmg - i couldn't agree more. so many places to go and so little time, and i am not talking about my own country alone. hope i got to see the world too.

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  121. @ moh bakhrian syah - just doing my share of promoting my beautiful country. thanks for the visit again bro.

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  122. @ lionheart - salamat richard, dami ko pasalubong na pics and video lols.

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  123. @ ice - salamat bro. nag-enjoy talaga ako sa bora.

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  124. @ a - thanks. i do have a flickr account but i just use it mostly to store pics i use here.

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  125. @ dyosa - ingat sa sagada kasi medyo maulan. i am sure mapupuntahan mo rin yung iba.

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  126. @ ang langyaw - i agree estan, there are talks about government acquiring these properties pero sa ngayon medyo hirap sila kasi subdivided na yung mga terraces eh. pero sana nga ma maintain nila pa rin yung ganda ng lugar.

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  127. @ abou - sayang, nalibre sana ko sa tour guide lols. ok naman trip ko kahit maulan. sarap sa boracay parekoy.

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  128. @ mangbadoy - thanks. maganda pa rin sister ko hehehe.

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  129. @ AJ - that is sad to hear pero don't get affected and do what you have to do. regards din bro.

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  130. @ selerines - its our pride, the 2000 year old rice terraces. thanks.

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  131. @ rio - doc ok lang yun lols. nag-umpisa na ko mag post ng boracay pics. sana magustuhan nyo. ingats din.

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  132. errr. never been in chocolate hills. and to vigan. poor me.

    bora? errr. not yet too. di na kame natuloy. supposedly this month. kaso dami nag back out dahil sa busy sked. =(

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  133. I like your new avatar!
    What I beautiful country! Did I mention that my father-in-law married a Filipina lady in his old, widower age. She is just great - we call her Lola which she said is Grandma in Tagalog, but she fits the American version of Lola as a cocetish woman.

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  134. PS I forgot to say that you are such a sweety.

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  135. Is there a way, I could link your site to my blog site

    http://marinduqueawaitsyou.blogspot.com

    My blog tries to promote Marinduque as world tourist destination not only on Easter Week ( Moriones Festival) but also whole year round.

    Have you visited Marinduque? Indeed your photographs are excellent pieces of photographic art that will promote tourism in the Philippines! The work of a genius!

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  136. been browsing through your pics and i guess uve never been to bacolod...maybe u cud try visit bacolod in october for the masskara festival...just helping u out in promoting wow philippines.=)

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  137. WOW!
    Pang postcard talaga mga shots mo,Lawstude!

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  138. I'd like to see that Palawan subterranean tunnel myself in the future...

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  139. excited with CHOCOLATE HILLS,

    that so beautiful...


    visit my travel sites:
    kadirgatesisleri.com
    chinawebfa.com

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  140. love PANGLAO ISLAND,
    I think that island still virgin..

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  141. I think PALAWAN SUBTERRANEAN RIVER is the best,
    I like adventure...

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  142. asia really have nature treasures!!

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  143. do blogwalking to this great blog..
    that really nice...
    visit my blog:
    scelfl.com
    scgpipeline.com
    scihn.com

    thanks,
    hudson

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  144. keep posting sir, all your post was great!!

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  145. This are the reasons why tourist would like to visit the Philippines. We have some hidden spots where in not of us know this place.Travels and Tours Blog can show you where are the beautiful places around Philippines especially in Mindanao..:-)

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  146. The Philippines is such an amazing work of art! It has an amazing past. The tourist spots are spectacular.

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