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Layered Living at the Halfway Point

 July and the early parts of August have perhaps been the busiest months of my Peace Corps Service thus far. Words that are not actually words characterizing my feelings during this period include: body-enlivened, deliri-confounded, furry dog-weary, wild-minded, wonder-happy, and dream-juvenated. 1,089 more words

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Biliran Island

Philippine travel information usually feature only popular destinations like the beautiful beaches of Boracay and Palawan, Mayon Volcano in Albay, and Chocolate Hills in Bohol, among others. 818 more words


Jo and Clyde's Biliran Wedding

“Every once in a while, in the middle of an ordinary life , love gives us a fairy tale…” 

Stories of love always fascinate me. From start to finish, I would diligently watch a movie, read a book and listen to a friend’s lovelife drama with all eyes, ears and heart.

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When Larches Become Lionfish

I am not certain how long it takes to know a place.  It might take longer if your office is inside instead of out in the field. 1,064 more words

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Summit to Sea Adventure in Biliran, Eastern Visayas (Day 3) - The Sambawan Paradise

The hype of Sambawan wasn’t just a hype, it’s real. It’s the sort of beauty that even a photograph cannot do justice. It’s a paradise that I don’t mind waking up to every single day. 869 more words


A Coral Assessment: the Bill Murray-Style Program

As coastal resource management volunteers sometimes one of our major targets is to either update or produce a Coastal Environmental Profile toward develping future management planning or programs.   883 more words

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What to See in Biliran

Here are some of the Sights we saw in Biliran when we went there after our Tacloban Trip.

1. Higatangan Island Sandbar (Almeria)

2. Dalutan Island

3. Almeria Church