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Photo taken at Nasugbu, Batangas. 🇵🇭 12 little known facts about Batangas according to myresortbatangas.com.
1. Lipa city is the 3rd coldest place, 1st is Baguio, 2nd is Tagaytay.
2. Maliputo and Tawilis are unique and endemic to Taal Lake.
3. San Jose Batangas is considered the egg basket of the Philippines and supplies about 30% of the country’s eggs.
4. Verde Island passage, popuplar to most scuba divers is considered as one of the largest concentration of corals in the country.
5. Basilica of St. Martin de tours located in Taal is reputed to be the biggest catholic church in East Asia.
6. Taal volcano is the smallest active volcano in the world.
7. Batangas is generally accepted by linguist as “the heart of the Tagalog launguage”. 8. The first Ms. Philippines, Anita Agoncillo Noble, hails from lemery Batangas.
9. Batangas has popular beaches and diving spots in Mabini, Lian, Nasugbu and Laiya.
10. Batangas is well known for its products such as the baliosong and kapeng barako.
11. Lipa City is dubbed the “rome of the Philippines”. 12. Diving paradise Anilao, is the theme of a picture book that bagged the international prize for underwater images at 27th world festival of under water images in France 2003 .
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I can still remember the very first time, I visited this island. I still used film on my analog camera, and you kind of hoped that when it gets developed, the lighting was right, the photo won’t be blurry or you don’t have your eyes closed, because for sure, there’s no re-capturing a moment. Back then, your feet naturally sinks deep in the blinding white sand and although it makes walking a bit difficult, it felt natural. I remember there were also resorts that had small huts with just fan cooled rooms. There was no internet yet, only a fax machine was used for communication or perhaps a long distance phone call. There was also no back road, you arrive on a small boat (banca) on the famous three kilometer beach lines’ station 1, 2, and 3, depending where your hotel is located. I also remember playing frisbee on a small beach line which is now the shores of Shangri-La Boracay. Life was definitely simpler and yes, less complicated. Although there is an island closure looming in the horizon, I hope this island comes bouncing back a lot better and for sure, I will definitely be back ❤️