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Davao Oriental: Sea to shining sea; see ‘Sleeping Dino,’ too

Philippine Daily Inquirer
By Frinston L. Lim
Apr. 19, 2015

MATI CITY, Davao Oriental—With its pristine beaches, magnificent waterfalls and rich, exciting culture, Davao Oriental province in southeastern Philippines is a must-try for tourists.
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A Lifestyle guide to Bohol

Philippine Daily Inquirer
Apr. 12, 2015

What to see

The Chocolate Hills have three viewpoints: Sagbayan Peak, the Chocolate Hills Complex in Carmen and the recently built Chocolate Hills Adventure Park, also in Carmen.
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Isle named after Acapulco offers countless white sand beaches

Philippine Daily Inquirer
By Vicky C. Arnaiz
Apr. 12, 2015

CAPUL ISLAND, Northern Samar—Do you know the way to Capul Island?
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Go fish in El Nido

El Nido Resorts partners with fisherfolk to offer new perspectives to global tourists
Manila Bulletin
Apr. 12, 2015

Going beyond its stunning location featuring limestone cliffs and the sparkling blue waters of Bacuit Bay, Palawan, El Nido Resorts is now also offering unique experiences with local fishermen as another high point of an unforgettable vacation.
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Five reasons palawan’s sheridan is the best eco-resort in the Philippines

Did you know 80 percent of the resort’s electricity requirements come from wind turbines and solar panels?
Manila Bulletin
Apr. 12, 2015

Sheridan Beach Resort and Spa, along Sabang Beach in Puerto Princesa City in Palawan, is a “green” resort known for its energy efficiency projects. Here, you can truly enjoy the resort’s 95 tastefully furnished and decorated rooms and suites, 340-foot-long swimming pool (the largest in Palawan), and spa without the guilt trip.
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Bill Gates' family spotted on vacation in Palawan

Philippine Star
Apr. 9, 2015

MANILA, Philippines - The world's wealthiest man, Bill Gates, and his family reportedly spent a brief vacation in Palawan's posh Amanpulo island resort.
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A foray into Fairyland

Philippine Star
By Butch Dalisay
Apr. 6, 2015

Last week's piece on "Fairy land" the mountain of Calatong in my home province of Romblon elicited quite a bit of interest among my readers, and I was very pleased with the response until my mother, who grew up around the place, called my attention to a potentially lethal mistake I'd made in my retelling of my cousins' and aunts' stories about that enchanted kingdom.
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Pedal and pray

79 bikes. 52 kilometers of road. Seven churches
Manila Bulletin
By Noel B. Pabalate
Apr. 5, 2015

Who would have thought that religion would perfectly go together with sports and fitness? A day before Palm Sunday, 79 bikers from Batangas proved that it was possible through a pilgrimage dubbed Bisikleta Iglesia 2015.
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Cultural harmony, the Kalanguya way

BusinessMirror
By Benjamin Layug
Apr. 5, 2015

Many of the Northern Luzon tribal cultures are worth immersing into. One such cultural heritage, that of the Kalanguyas, is showcased in Santa Fe’s (Nueva Vizcaya) Kalanguya Festival. Santa Fe, the gateway to the Cagayan Valley region, hosted the 20th edition of this festival, which is held in conjunction with the town’s fiesta.
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