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Aklan (Visayas Region, Philippines)

By Apolinario Villalobos

Aklan, which was known before as “Akean” could be considered as both the youngest and the oldest province of the Philippines. Together with what is now Capiz, it was established as the “Minuro it Akean” by settlers from Borneo in 1213. 1,177 more words

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Discussing Politics and Partying in Boracay (Day 2)

My 2nd day introduced me to people from two very different backgrounds.  “Interesting isn’t?”, that was what Hassan said, my Iraqi roommate, when we first met at the hostel. 584 more words



Gigantes Island

Teaser photo of what I plan on writing for foodietraveller. 2 weekends ago, we went to Iloilo-Gigantes + island hopping~ The price was average.
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Real Stories from the World #4,789,816,799 - Don't Look Down


A little girl had to cross a river from one hilltop to another.  All there was, was a plank if wood wide enough to fit both her feet, and then some, with nothing to hold onto. 129 more words


Welcome to E-News Philippines

Welcome to the beta site of E-News Philippines, the premiere source of news and information in the Philippines. It caters to the need for information on the latest events that knits the Filipino communities from around the globe under one reliable source of news and current events. 127 more words


Day 15: Iloilo - Guimaras Trip

Iloilo City, aside from being known as the City of Love, is also known for its old churches, old houses and of course, La Paz Batchoy. 361 more words


Alluring Antique and the Late Governor Evelio B. Javier

Alluring Antique

And the late Gov. Evelio B. Javier

By Apolinario Villalobos

Antique is invariably likened in shape to a seahorse and described by others as an oversized serrated hemline on the western border of the three-cornered, scarf-like land mass that is Panay. 1,461 more words

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