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Wow what a fun day I’ve had! I performed my first assessment, which I thought wasn’t going to happen. This piece is so special because I got to do it with the wonderful @vaida.arl and the joy it brought the both of us is second to none.
We’re so grateful for the positive response and how everyone has said it made them happy - we had a blast performing it for you.
Assessment 1, complete! 🎭💃🏽🥰 🎼 Augustine - Luzon (I do not own the rights to this music, for choreographic purposes only)
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“Nag-iisang tiyak sa isang libong duda,
Silong sa iyak at pagluluksa
Kung puso ko ay imamapa,
Ikaw ang dulo, gitna't simula.” Happy three years, love. I will always be grateful for you. ❤️
THE SKYLAND OF THE PHILIPPINES
By Lawrence Lee Wilson
Bookman, Inc. 1965
I was glad to finally track down the longer version of this book. An interesting perspective of life, beliefs, practices and industry in The Mountain Province.
One passage immediately stood out while giving a first look through. “EARLY LITERACY: When the Spaniards came to the Philippines in 1521, half of the people in many parts of the Islands could read and write, being more literate than their conquerors.” There was no reference given, but with my knowledge of the Spanish documents, I can confirm this notion existed.
Jomalig Island is located about 75 nautical miles southeast of Polillo Islands. Mostly, the land of Jomalig is cultivated for agricultural land use. Most inhabitants of the island depend on coconut products, rice, fish and other root crops. Considered as one of the smallest and farthest island municipalities of Quezon Province, its land area is at 5,665 hectares. Some of its land have been alienated and is dedicated mostly on coconut land which is at 3,104 hectares with 2,605 hectares which comprises forests, swamps and grassland.
The inhabitants of this municipality originates from different ethnic groups similar to those of from Eastern Samar, Bohol, Sorsogon, Catanduanes, Camarines Sur and Camarines Norte and mostly from Quezon Province.
What I love about Jomalig is its serenity and province vibe. The beachfronts are so clean and there are no hotels yet – I hope they keep it this way.
Today is the 200th day of being on the proverbial road, which has led me to the Philippines. Spent some time in Banaue & Batad's rice terraces in the mountainous Ifugao province in north Luzon with an old ski season flatmate from Méribel and his new pals from uni in Australia. The resemblance to Sapa is uncanny but hiking around this region still left me dumbfounded at how beautiful the world can be. Top marks to Bogah homestay for the hospitality! Finallllly off to the beach again today as we head to Coron, Palawan on the 21 hour journey to paradise 🇵🇭 #philippines#pilipinas#luzon#banaue#batad#ifugaoprovince#ifugao#manila#trekking#riceterraces#200daysoftravel#travel#asia