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PostCard Series| An Island in Hayanggabon

an island in Hayanggabon

"People who don't travel cannot have a global view, all they see is what's in front of them. Those people cannot accept new things because all they know is where they live..."
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ON TRAVEL| White Sand Island fronting Hayanggabon Port in Claver, Surigao del Norte. 
Photograph was taken from the port area while waiting for passenger boat going to the humble town of Socorro in Bucas Grande Island.
11:45AM May 07, 2013 




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11 comments:

  1. Port palang ganda na - makes me think harder whether to go straight to Hinatuan or just take ways north east from Butuan ;)

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    1. ito yung pinakamalapit papuntang Bucas Grande Christeen then from Bucas Grande pwede ka ng dumiretso sa Siargao naman :) or pwede ding from Siargao to Bucas then Hayanggabon diretso Hinatuan :) Happy Travels!

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  2. Such a beautiful sight =)


    http://thisislovelee.blogspot.com/

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    1. indeed Lovelee :)
      thanks for dropping here!

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  3. Island Look Simply Awesome :D
    Hope One Day I will Also Go to Such Places.

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    1. experience island living and live in nature at its fines! thanks yogesh for visiting my humble travel blog :)

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  4. Such An Awesome Place :D
    Hope One Day I'll Also Visit Such Places!

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  5. Really picturesque ! Soo wanna visit..

    <3 Chaicy
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    1. you should Chaithra :) a lot more to see and experience here in the Philippines :)

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  6. Surigao is really breath taking and I hope to enjoy their fine sands and waters too.

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  7. is that island for sale? hahahah...so near civilization yet so pristine. Are all beaches in Surigao white sands?

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