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2 viewsColorful boats swarm the white sand beach in Cagwait, Surigao del Sur on Friday, 24 June 2022, for the Kaliguan Festival, an event in honor of St. John the Baptist. The local government revived the festival after canceling it the past two years due to the pandemic. MindaNews photo by IVY MARIE A. MANGADLAO
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5 viewsMt. Tumantangis beckons from downtown Jolo, Sulu in this photo taken on Friday (10 June 2022). MindaNews photo by BONG S. SARMIENTO
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8 viewsPanampangan Island in Sapa-sapa, Tawi-tawi boasts of having the longest sand bar in the Philippines, about three kilometers long during low tide. The island is pristine as it is hardly accessible. A ride to this paradise aboard a speed costs P5,000 to P7,000, and takes about two hours on a calm sea. Photo taken noon on Monday (June 6, 2022) by JULES L. BENITEZ/MindaNews
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19 viewsWe made it! At the end of the Iligan-Bukidnon road, reaching the highway in Talakag, Bukidnon. 17 April 2022. MindaNews photo by ARKAY TIMONERA
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19 viewsBeautiful pineapple plantation in Talakag, Bukidnon. 17 April 2022. MindaNews photo by BOBBY TIMONERA
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18 viewsThe rough roads of Barangay Lantud in Talakag, Bukidnon. 17 April 2022. MindaNews photo by BOBBY TIMONERA
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19 viewsAnother hazard in the Bukidnon-Iligan road: concrete pavements with no more soil support underneath. Photo taken November 2015. MindaNews photo by BOBBY TIMONERA
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18 viewsThe view past the scary landslide somewhere in Rogongon. 17 April 2022. MindaNews photo by BOBBY TIMONERA
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18 viewsFamily picture in the middle of nowhere, in the forests of Barangay Rogongon along the Iligan-Bukidnon road. 17 April 2022. MindaNews photo by BOBBY TIMONERA
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23 viewsZAMBOANGA’S BAYWALK. For the older generation, this has always been called as Cawa-cawa, a seashore shaped like a giant wok. Just two decades ago, it used to be a beach front where folks in the city would go for swimming. Recently, pollution set in and people were warned against swimming here. The city government instead improved on the shoreline and converted it into a modern park, best experienced at sunset and into the night. MindaNews photo by JULES L. BENITEZ.
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21 viewsZAMBOANGA’S BAYWALK. For the older generation, this has always been called as Cawa-cawa, a seashore shaped like a giant wok. Just two decades ago, it used to be a beach front where folks in the city would go for swimming. Recently, pollution set in and people were warned against swimming here. The city government instead improved on the shoreline and converted it into a modern park, best experienced at sunset and into the night. MindaNews photo by JULES L. BENITEZ.
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25 viewsForeign guests enjoy the fishing charter in Siargao Island on Sunday, April 3, 2022. For three consecutive years now the island failed to host international game fishing tourneys due to the pandemic, and the destruction brought by super typhoon Odette marred everything as planned. But foreign and domestic tourists have started to arrive. MindaNews photo by ROEL N. CATOTO
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