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The Legend of the Southern Leyteño Manghiloay

The story: People who poison their visitors during a fiesta/gathering. When heading to a rural area in Southern Leyte, a popular saying comes to mind. “Ayaw patakag kaon ky basin mahiloan.”, Be careful where you eat, you might get poisoned. 231 more words

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Maasin: How It Got It’s Name

The term “Maasin” came from a historic incident. During the year 1521, that was when Magellan travelled to Limasawa from Cebu, Magellan and his men stopped to fetch a fresh and clean water in a river of Maasin called Canturing, but his men found the water salty, thus name Maasin. 83 more words

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Have you ever been out and about wandering through villages or fields, cities or towns and you can’t seem to find anything worth photographing … just “One of those days”! 98 more words


3 Days and Heartbeats in Maasin City

How does it feel like travelling in your own place? Will you still feel that same familiarity of it? Or will there still be new things to discover? 1,367 more words


summer 2011

I am a summer lover! Always have…and always will be!

I remembered going to Ormoc earlier this summer to watch Wati play in the Terry Larrazabal Football Fest  and there were two question I have been hounded during my brief stay there. 531 more words

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