Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Surigao del Sur, Philippines Hidden Treasures

I was born in Tandag, Surigao del Sur, Philippines. It is located in the Eastern Part on Mindanao. It is known for the dusty, poor roads. I never thought that it would be improved in my lifetime! But not until two years ago, when construction of the Surigao del Sur highway started.

On August 5, 2010,I had a chance to have a week-long vacation with my family and the whole Mojica Clan for our first grand reunion. I could not believe that the once considered highway to nowhere is now a first class, well-constructed and maintained highway. It not only improve business and commerce, but also opens the hidden treasures of the province to the whole world.

Matho, Cortes, Villa Crestita

Villa Crestita during low-tide.
Britannia Island's White Beach

Hinatuan's Enchanted River

Bislig's Tinuy-an Falls

I once cursed our leaders every time I pass our province and promised myself that I will not be coming back. But that changed now! I am now proud of my province and definitely be shouting to the whole world that Surigao del Sur is truly a paradise worth exploring!

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  1. That is a beautiful place and nice photos of the waterfall.

    1. Yes, Indeed. Its like having a massage while enjoying the view!

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