About Buhay ni Meym

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I have three main contents in this blog; first – the Gorgeous spots. The Philippines is composed of 7, 107 islands and islets; each of these has its unique beauty that can be proud of. Since the country is an archipelago, it is divided and surrounded by waters and gorgeous coastal areas. These coastal areas are the primary source of income and livelihood of the locals. From a simple fishing areas, some were already converted to a world-class private resorts and business establishments. But still, majority of these gorgeous spots are still hidden and needs to be discovered – and that’s my mission – to discover new places.

Second – the Mountains. Since the Philippines is a tropical country, flora and faunas can be found in every corners and some are endemic. Most of them are in the forest areas of Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. Majority of these richness are on the higher altitude; rain forests, mountains, and ranges. I do hiking because I want to be one of those fortunate people who sees and discovers the beauty in the middle of the wooded areas.

The History – I have read a lot of books and articles online about the history of the Philippines, most of them started in 1521, the arrival of Ferdinand Magellan in Visayas. Although, historians are working hard to dig on the ground, caves and other places just to gather evidences about the previous civilization on the archipelago. Regardless of religion and culture; ruins, old structures, and artifacts spread on some islands of the country – a proof that The Philippines has a rich civilization in the past. This generation, I am traveling to historical and heritage sites across the country to see and touch the witness of the past.

COME AND JOIN ME! For inquiries please email me here: darwinfdalisay@gmail.com

You can also visit my blogs:

www.siranglente.com

and my travel diary here: TravellingCup

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