By bus, the trip from Metro Manila to this capital town of Aurora, Central Luzon’s easternmost province, takes at most five hours. By car, it can be an hour shorter.
Not many may have heard of Mt. Tagpew and Mt. Oten, but that works just fine for outdoor enthusiast Rainiel Lee. Except for an occasional post or two in social networking sites, these two peaks have not quite made it to local guidebooks—yet.
The Philippines may become the new destination of choice for more European tourists, with the return of direct air links between Manila and Europe and the Department of Tourism’s (DOT) “fantastic and amazing” global campaign that has reached the region, the European Union’s (EU) envoy to the Philippines has said.
While the origin of this well known adage is dubious, the message can be clearly interpreted. It implores you to respect nature and in return, you and future generations will be rewarded with interminable natural treasures of the earth. The quote is quite simple to think of but why do some ignore its significance?