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South Cotabato Travel

Where is General Paulino Santos pointing to?

By on September 15, 2011
I wonder where the statue of the Gen. Paulino is pointing to. Why is he pointing towards the south or to the sea, and not towards the north where there are more lands to conquer?
South Cotabato Travel

The white sand beaches of Glan, Sarangani

By on September 6, 2011
Glan in Sarangani province boasts of 15-20 kilometers of white sand beaches that are unspoilt and to some extent, relatively unheard of.
South Cotabato

Our unforgettable trek to Lake Holon / Mt. Parker | Tboli, South Cotabato

By on September 2, 2011
If given another opportunity, I still would like to trek Mt. Parker again albeit on a lesser known but challenging trail. I also would like to swim across the icy waters of Lake Holon until I could not longer suspend my imagination of creatures that may be swimming beneath me.
South Cotabato Travel

Mt. Parker / Lake Holon | Tboli, South Cotabato

By on August 24, 2011
The stakeholders of Mt. Parker indeed have more than enough reasons to protect the place since its real riches has far more worth than an imaginary Japanese treasure.
South Cotabato Travel

Kalsangi: Polomolok’s most elusive destination

By on July 12, 2011
I learned from our gracious host that Kalsangi was named as such because the Americans had a hard time pronouncing kalasangan (forest) when they were still putting up the place.