Friday, October 30, 2020

Mark de la Paz

Mark de la Paz is a native of Bacolod and loves exploring natural wild places. He is a marine biologist and is currently working on the conservation of the endangered Irrawaddy dolphins in Guimaras Strait.

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I love listening to stories from my parents and older relatives. However, I think we can all agree that one of the most irritating things about meeting our titas during family gatherings is their tactless habit of commenting about our weight.
Sitio Lantawan in Silay City is one of the more popular and easily-accessible nature destinations near Bacolod. Lantawan has numerous cafes and...

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