Traveling that makes sense

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March 31, 2017

April 17, 2014- Anawangin is not anymore what it used to be. Unabashed commercialism and reckless tourism has made the once-secluded cove very crowded and noisy, with great rows  of fences erected by those who want to lay claim to portions of the cove as makeshift reso...

March 30, 2017

August 5, 2009- Remote and utterly at the clemency of the elements, the volcanic island of Camiguin de Babuyanes* is a good four hours at sea from Aparri. Electricity is entirely absent in most areas, and even vegetables are in limited supply due to large areas being u...

March 13, 2017

Black sand beaches are rare anywhere in the world, and a good number is located near volcanoes, where the sand is a by-product of lava that has cooled rapidly upon contact with water and then breaking up into small to tiny particles. Good examples are seen in Hawaii, b...

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