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Oriental Mindoro

Baker’s Hill

Bakers hill was only a little bakeshop back then.As the simple bakeshop grew more sucessful the owner decided to put other adventure and created their land a theme park with an enchanting garden landscape free of entrance fee. It has a colorful playground and trees provided a good shade. Kids surely love this little paradise because of child-friendly environment and …

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Sightseeing In Honda Bay

There are several islands and islets found in Honda Bay mostly are included on typical island hopping itineraries. A day or two will be enough to tour around Honda Bay, depending on weather and water conditions. Months of February to May are the best months to have an island hopping tour since these are the sunny months in the Philippines. …

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The Trip of a Lifetime in MIMAROPA

Mimaropa, formally known as the Southern Tagalog Islands, is an administrative region in the Philippines, designated as Region IV-B.The name is an acronym combination of its constituent provinces: Mindoro (divided into Occidental Mindoro and Oriental Mindoro), Marinduque, Romblon, and Palawan. Some of its islands take some effort to get to, but this contributes to their allure. Virgin forests, secluded beaches, …

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Choosing Your Next Vacation Destination

Spot something, big eyes, big eyes, crouch, shake butt, prepare to pounce then cats take over the world. Stretch find something else more interesting peer out window, chatter at birds, lure them to mouth purr.Stare at the wall, play with food and get confused by dust. Eat and than sleep on your face. While eating hunt by meowing loudly at 5am …

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Living the Travel Lifestyle

You know what you said about the structures becoming shackles. You were right and I can’t take it, the injustice. I mean, no one ever’s gonna know who saved the entire city. Gotham’s been good to our family, but the city’s been suffering. People less fortunate than us have been enduring very hard times.So we built a new, cheap, public …

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