How To Stay Fit

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Any type of regular, physical activity can improve your fitness and your health. The most important thing is that you keep moving!

Exercise should be a regular part of your day, like brushing your teeth, eating, and sleeping. It can be in gym class, joining a sports team, or working out on your own. Keep the following tips in mind:

  • Stay positive and have fun. A good mental attitude is important. Find an activity that you think is fun. You are more likely to keep with it if you choose something you like. A lot of people find it’s more fun to exercise with someone else, so see if you can find a friend or family member to be active with you.
  • Take it one step at a time. Small changes can add up to better fitness. For example, walk or ride your bike to school or to a friend’s house instead of getting a ride. Get on or off the bus several blocks away and walk the rest of the way. Use the stairs instead of taking the elevator or escalator.
  • Get your heart pumping. Whatever you choose, make sure it includes aerobic activity that makes you breathe harder and increases your heart rate. This is the best type of exercise because it increases your fitness level and makes your heart and lungs work better. It also burns off body fat. Examples of aerobic activities are basketball, running, or swimming.
  • Don’t forget to warm up with some easy exercises or mild stretching before you do any physical activity. This warms your muscles up and may help protect against injury. Stretching makes your muscles and joints more flexible too. It is also important to stretch out after you exercise to cool down your muscles.

Your goal should be to do some type of exercise every day. It is best to do some kind of aerobic activity without stopping for at least 20 to 30 minutes each time. Do the activity as often as possible, but don’t exercise to the point of pain.

A Healthy Lifestyle

In addition to exercise, making just a few other changes in your life can help keep you healthy, such as

  • Watch less TV or spend less time playing computer or video games. (Use this time to exercise instead!) Or exercise while watching TV (for example, sit on the floor and do sit-ups and stretches; use hand weights; or use a stationary bike, treadmill, or stair climber).
  • Eat 3 healthy meals a day, including at least 4 servings of fruits, 5 servings of vegetables, and 4 servings of dairy products.Related image
  • Make sure you drink plenty of fluids before, during, and after any exercise (water is best but flavored sports drinks can be used if they do not contain a lot of sugar). This will help replace what you lose when you sweat.
  • Stop drinking or drink fewer regular soft drinks.
  • Eat less junk food and fast food. (They’re often full of fat, cholesterol, salt, and sugar.)
  • Get 9 to 10 hours of sleep every night.Image result for sleeping
  • Don’t smoke cigarettes, drink alcohol, or do drugs

How Long Do Butterflies Live?

How long butterflies live depends on many things and varies greatly. It depends on the size of the butterfly, the species of the butterfly, where it lives, and what time of year it became an adult.  For example, if the butterfly is of the smaller version it will probably not live as long, but if it is a larger butterfly, it will live longer.  Now of course the size of the butterfly is not going to be the only factor of how long a butterfly will live, but does attribute to it.

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There is an average life span of a butterfly – it is usually about one month.  Although the smallest butterflies that you can usually spot feasting on the flowers in your front yard will usually only live about one week.  Mourning Cloaks, some tropical Heliconians, and Monarchs are some of the only butterflies that have an average life span of about nine months.

                Now as many of you know, butterflies are cold-blooded creatures, so there is another factor to take into consideration when you are dealing with butterflies; the climate.  For instance, if the butterfly egg has been laid just before the cold weather hits, the egg will stay in egg-form until the weather warms and as soon as it does, the caterpillar will hatch and everything will start again.  If the butterfly is an adult butterfly and the weather starts to turn colder and they did not migrate south, the butterfly will hibernate somewhere until the weather warms. What this means is that a butterfly could technically live for many months past the average life span, it all just depends on the climate and what stage of live the butterflies is in when winter comes.

There is also a difference between how long a butterfly would live if it was not living in the wild and how long it will actually live. Butterflies in the wild are exposed to many predators like birds and other insects, so may not live as long as they are capable of.

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63 Interesting Facts about the Philippines

    • The Philippines was the first country in Southeast Asia to gain independence after World War II, in 1946.[18]
    • The Philippines has the highest rate of discovery of new animal species with 16 new species of mammals discovered just in the last 10 years.[18]
    • Human trafficking is a problem in the Philippines. The country has the fourth largest number of prostituted children in the world. There are estimated to be 375,000 women and girls in the sex trades, mostly between the ages of 15 and 20, though some are as young as 11.[18]
    • Current president Benigno Aquino III is the first president of the Philippines to be a bachelor and he is the son of ex-president Corazon Aquino, making him the second president to be a child of a former president (his predecessor Gloria Arroyo was the other).[18]
    • The world’s biggest pair of shoes was made in Marikina City, Philippines, in 2002. The wingtips measured about 17.4 feet (5.3 m) in length, 7.9 feet (2.4 m) in width, and almost 6.6 feet (2 m) in height. Their cost was 2 million Philippine pesos.[5]

The Philippines are named after King Philip II of Spain
    • The Philippines are named after King Philip II of Spain. Explorer Ruy López de Villalobos named the Eastern Visayas Felipenas first, and the name was later applied to the entire archipelago. The country’s official name is the Republic of the Philippines.[7]
    • The world record for most women breastfeeding simultaneously was 3,541, set in Manila, Philippines, on May 4, 2006.[11]
    • Of the top 10 largest shopping malls in the world, three are found in the Philippines: SM Megamall, SM North Edsa, and SM Mall of Asia.[18]
    • The world’s largest pearl was discovered by a Filipino diver in the Palawan Sea in 1934. Known as the “Pearl of Lao Tzu,” or “Pearl of Allah,” the gem weighs 14 pounds (6.35 kg) and measures 9.5 inches (24 cm) long and 5.5 inches (.4 cm) in diameter. It has a value of over US$40 million. It is believed to be 600 years old.[2]
    • The Philippines is the world’s largest exporter of coconuts and tropical fruits, such as papaya and mangosteen.[18]
    • Some Filipinos are wary of the number 13 and will avoid having 13 people at a table. Also, steps to the main entrance of a house should not fall on a number divisible by three. Superstitious Filipinos will not travel or bathe on Holy Thursday or Good Friday during Holy Week, the week before Easter.[16]
    • The only place in the world where skunks are found other than America is Indonesia and the Philippines, where they are called stink badgers.[14]
    • President Benigno Aquino III of the Philippines is known as “Noynoy,” and two of his sisters’ nicknames are “Pinky” and “Ballsy.”[10]
    • Christian names in the Philippines include Bing, Bong, Bambi, Bogie, Girlie, Peanut, and Bumbum.[10]
    • The Philippines is the only majority Christian nation in Asia. Eighty percent of its population identifies as Roman Catholic.[18]
    • The Philippines has a population of more than 100 million people, which makes it the 12th most populous country in the world. Its annual growth rate of around 2% makes it one of the fastest growing countries in the world.[18]
    • Mt. Pinatubo on the Philippine island of Luzon erupted on June 15, 1991, and created the largest mushroom cloud in the world. Its eruption ejected 10 billion metric tons of magma and 20 million tons of sulphur dioxide into the stratosphere.[18]

The Philippine, or monkey-eating, eagle is the largest of all eagles and was declared the national bird of the Philippines in 1985
    • The national symbol of the Philippines is the Philippine, or monkey-eating, eagle. It is the largest of all eagles and was declared the national bird of the Philippines in 1995. It stands up to 3.3 feet (1 m) in height and has a wingspan of almost 7 feet (2 m). It is critically endangered; there may only be around 180–500 eagles remaining. Killing one is punishable by Philippine law by 12 years in jail and a heavy fine.[18]
    • According to Filipino custom, it is considered rude to open gifts immediately after they are given.[3]
    • The Philippines is the only country in the world whose flag is hoisted upside down when the country is at war.[18]
    • The Conus gloriamus, the rarest and most expensive seashell in the world, is one of the 12,000 species of seashells found in the Philippines. The first examples of these shells sold at auction for about US$5,000.[18]
    • The yo-yo had its beginnings as an ancient Filipino studded hunting weapon attached to a 20-foot rope. The modern yo-yo was invented by a Filipino American, and its name yóyo comes from the Filipino language Ilocano and means “come back.”[2]
    • The Philippines is home to the world’s longest snake, the Reticulated Python (Python reticulatus), which also happens to be the world’s longest reptile. It can grow to 28.5 feet (8.7 m).[18]
    • There are between 120 and 175 individual languages spoken in the Philippines, 171 of which are living while the other four no longer have any known speakers. English and Filipino, based on Tagalog, are the country’s two officially recognized languages.[16]
    • The Philippines is the world’s largest supplier of nurses, supplying roughly 25% of all overseas nurses worldwide.[15]
    • The antibiotic erythromycin was invented by Filipino Dr. Abelardo Aguilar in 1949. He sent a sample to his employer, the Eli Lilly pharmaceutical company, which promptly patented it. Erythromycin is used for people who are allergic to penicillin and has saved millions of lives.[16]
    • The Puerto Princesa Subterranean River in Palawan, Philippines, is 5 miles (8.2 km) long. Until the discovery of a 6.2-mile (10-km) underground river in Mexico, the Puerto Princesa River was known as the longest subterranean waterway in the world.[18]
    • The Philippines is the second largest archipelago in the world and is made up of 7,107 islands located in the South China Sea, Philippine Sea, Sulu Sea, Celebes Sea, and the Luzon Strait.[2]

The Philippines is the second largest archipelago in the world
    • The English words “boonies” and “boondocks” is actually based on the Filipino/Tagalog word for “mountain,” bundok. The word entered the North American vernacular in the 1940s, probably brought back by soldiers stationed in the Philippines during World War II.[17]
    • San Fernando, Philippines, is known as the “Christmas Capital of the Philippines” and is most famous for its parols (giant Christmas lanterns), which symbolize the star of Bethlehem and can rise 20 feet (6 m) in the air. Only about 10 giant parols are produced each year to compete in the Ligligan Parul (Giant Lantern Festival). Each parol costs around US$11,300 to $15,820 to build.[4]
    • The Taal Volcano on the Philippine island of Luzon is one of the world’s 17 Decade Volcanoes, which are volcanoes being specially monitored given their active state and explosive history. Taal is also located in a lake, which has another lake inside of it, with an even smaller island inside of that lake.[18]
    • A Filipino named Roberto del Rosario patented the first working karaoke machine in 1975, calling it the “Sing Along System.” The Japanese later translated its name to “karaoke,” which means “singing without accompaniment.”[8]
    • In the Philippine island province of Camiguin, there are more volcanoes (7) than towns (5). There hasn’t been an eruption since the mid-1950s, but the island has the most number of volcanoes per square kilometer in the world.[2]
    • The University of Santo Tomas was founded in Manila, Philippines, by Dominican monks in 1611. It is the world’s largest Catholic university in terms of population. Both it and the University of San Carlos in Cebu City, founded in 1595, are older than Harvard University, which was not founded until 1636.[8]

Jellyfish Lake is around 12,000 years old
    • Jellyfish Lake in the Philippines contains more than 13 million jellyfish.[9]
    • Over 11 million Filipinos work overseas, which constitutes about 11% of the entire population of the Philippines. Filipinos are the second-largest Asian-American group in the United States, next to the Chinese.[18]
    • The Mindanao Trench, which is near the Philippines in the Pacific Ocean, is the second deepest spot under the world’s oceans at 6.5 miles, or 34,440 feet (10,497 m). It was first explored by the German ship Emden in 1927.[18]
    • Filipinos observe the world’s longest Christmas season. It begins with the playing of carols in September and officially ends in January with the Feast of the Three Kings. As part of the festivities, they celebrate Simbang Gabi, or Night Mass, where Catholics attend nine services in a row leading up to Christmas Eve. If a person attends all nine masses, it is said their wish will be granted. Filipinos’ Christmas feasts are called Noche Buena and compare to America’s Thanksgiving.[18]
    • Filipino-American Eleanor “Connie” Concepcion Mariano was the personal physician to President Bill Clinton. She was also the youngest captain and first female to be named Rear Admiral in the U.S. Navy.[1]
    • War journalist Carlos Peňa Rómulo was the first Asian/Filipino to win the American Pulitzer Prize for Correspondence in 1942. He was also the first Asian to become president of the United Nations.[16]
    • The Philippine capital city of Manila was named after the white-flowered mangrove plant, the Nilad, or Scyphiphora hydrophyllacea. It is a tree with white, star-shaped flowers but yields dark blue dye, which is why in other countries it is called the Indigo tree.[18]
    • Even though the first elected Filipino president, Ferdinand Marcos, has been dead for almost two decades, his body has never been properly buried—it remains “on ice” while officials quibble about whether he should buried in the cemetery reserved for Filipino heroes and past presidents.[16]
    • Of the eight known species of giant clams in the world, seven are found in the Philippines.[13]
    • Manila, the capital of the Philippines is considered the world’s most densely populated city in the world. With a population of 1,660,714 and an area of just 24 square miles (38.55 square km), it has a population density of 55,446 people per square mile (43,079 people per square km).[18]

Manila is considered to be the world’s most densely populated city
    • The Philippines is home to the world’s smallest hoofed animal, the Philippine mouse-deer. Locally known as the Pilandok (Tragulus nigricans), this creature stands about 15.8 inches (40 cm) tall at the shoulder level.[18]
    • One of the most interesting and traditional Philippine dishes is balut, which is essentially a boiled, fertilized duck egg with a half-formed chick inside. It is said to be an aphrodisiac. Other unique dishes include camaro, which are field crickets cooked in soy sauce, vinegar, and sugar; papaitan, which is a goat or cow innards stew flavored with bile; Soup #5, which is a soup made out of bull testicles; and asocena, or dog meat.[18]
    • The Philippines experiences one large-magnitude earthquake (7.75 or higher on the Richter scale) every 10 years, seven earthquakes of major magnitude (7.0 to 7.4) every 10 years, and five earthquakes of moderate magnitude (6.0 to 6.9) every year.[18]
    • The Philippines is the world’s second biggest geothermal producer after the United States with 18% of the country’s electricity needs being met by geothermal power.[18]
    • The most active typhoon season for the Philippines was 1993, when 19 moved through the country. A typhoon is a strong tropical cyclone equivalent to a hurricane in North and Central America. The highest wind velocity for a typhoon that crossed the Philippines was recorded in Virac on November 30, 2006, when Typhoon Reming had a peak gust of 198 mph (320 kph).[18]
    • After Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos and his wife Imelda fled the Malacañang Palace, she famously left behind 15 mink coats, 508 gowns, 1,000 handbags, and 1,060 pairs of shoes—from a collection rumored to contain around 3,000 pairs.[18]

Bruno Mars’ mother emigrated from the Philippines to Hawaii as a child
    • Pop singer Bruno Mars is half Filipino and half Puerto Rican. His childhood nickname was “Little Elvis.” His real name is Peter Gene Bayot Hernandez. His stage name was inspired by the chubby wrestler Bruno Sammartino.[6]
    • The anti-lock braking systems (ABS) used in Mercedes-Benz, BMW, and Volvo cars are made in the Philippines. Ford, Toyota, and Nissan are the most prominent automakers manufacturing cars in the country.[18]
    • The jeepney is sometimes referred to as the “King of the Philippine roads.” It is a descendant of the Jeeps American troops drove in the Philippines during World War II. Second- and third-generation jeepneys have air conditioning units and closely resemble minibuses. They can carry up to 16 passengers.[18]
    • The traditional embroidered Filipino male garment, the barong Tagalog or baro, is woven from piña, pineapple plant fibers, or jusi, banana tree fibers, and worn on formal occasions.[18]
    • In the rural Philippines, most women give birth at home and then have the baby’s placenta buried beneath the house, often with an object symbolizing what the parents hope the child will grow up to be. In the cities, this practice is prohibited by the health authorities.[16]
    • Santelmo, or Santo Elmo, is a fireball seen by dozens of Filipinos, especially those who live in the Sierra Madre Mountains. It was scientifically explained as electrical fields that have diverged from the power lines. However, sightings have been reported since the Spanish era (16th–19th centuries). There have also been similar sightings in the Alps and Himalayas.[18]
    • Cockfighting is a centuries-old blood sport, popular since the times of ancient Persia, Greece, and Rome. In the Philippines, it is still very popular, and the country has hosted several “World Slasher Cups,” staged in Manila’s Araneta Coliseum. The world’s leading game fowl breeders gather twice a year for this event.[18]
    • Manny Pacquiao could currently be regarded as the world’s best boxer pound per pound. He has four major titles under his belt: the WBC International Super Featherweight Title, the RING Featherweight Title, the IBF Super Bantamweight Title, and the WBC Flyweight Title. Out of 45 fights, “Pacman,” as he is called, has won 40, with 31 by knockout.[16]
    • Basketball is the most popular sport in the Philippines. The Philippines Basketball Association (PBS) is the first and oldest league in Asia and the second oldest in the world after the United States’ National Basketball Association (NBA).[18]

The Philippines is considered the text capital of the world
  • The Philippines is considered the text capital of the world. Every day, 35 million Filipinos send about 450 million SMS messages. This is more than the total number of daily text messages sent in the U.S. and Europe combined.[18]
  • Tanduay rum dates back to 1854 and today remains the Philippines’ spirit of choice. Made from sugar cane milled on the island of Negros, it’s frequently cheaper than bottled water.[8]
  • The Aswang, a mythical female vampire-like figure in Filipino folklore who eats unborn children, has been the subject of at least one American horror film and was featured in an episode of the CW television hit Supernatural called “Fresh Meat.”[2]
  • The Filipino national dish may very well be the adobo, which is a dark stew of chicken and/or pork cooked in soy sauce, vinegar, crushed garlic, bay leaf, and black peppercorns. In Spanish, adobo originally meant “sauce” or “seasoning.” The Filipino version is actually indigenous to the islands, dating back to a dish cooked up long before Magellan’s arrival.
By Karin Lehnardt, Senior Writer
Published January 3, 2017

Must Watch Movie


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Kim Shin (Gong Yoo) is an immortal goblin (Dokkaebi 도깨비) and protector of souls. He lives with an amnesiac grim reaper (Jeoseung-saja 저승사자) (Lee Dong-wook) who is in charge of taking deceased souls. Together, they see the dead off into the afterlife. One day Kim Shin meets a girl, Ji Eun-tak (Kim Go-eun), who has a special ability to see ghosts[5][6] and is destined to be his bride and return him to ashes.

Dragon Nest

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A young warrior joins a group of dragon slayers to battle a legendary serpent.

My Name Is Khan

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Rizwan Khan, afflicted with Asperger’s Syndrome, sets out on a historic journey to meet the US President, when his world takes a somersault after 9/11. His wife, Mandira, meanwhile tries to cope with her grief and come to terms with the new racially-divided reality.


Craziest thing I’ve ever Done

Everyone of us may encountered different experiences in life , it could be sad and funny moment.  As a person I already encountered those experiences and I count it as the craziest thing I’ve ever done and it was:

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Licking my snacks so that my other classmates won’t asked me. I made me realized how selfish I am at those time, it made me laugh every time I remember those childish act I’ve done before.


My Ideal Partner

Family Oriented

Being family oriented can carry several meanings, depending on the context in which it is being used — but at its core, being family oriented is appreciating your family, your relationship and the relationship that your partner shares with his or her family. Being family oriented is a state of mind that guides your actions with friends, family and in relationships. Individuals who consider themselves family oriented may come from a strong religious background, may have a tightly knit family, or may long to start a family with the right person.Image result for family oriented boyfriend


Responsible And Caring

Being responsible and caring partner is one of a good character traits that I want my partner had. If that person is responsible and caring you can assure that your relationship will last longer. He will always be there comforting you, when you need a helping hand or when you simply need a shoulder to cry on.Image result for honest boyfriend



One of the key factors in any relationship is the ability to trust your partner. A great boyfriend is honest and takes accountability for his mistakes. He communicates with you openly and makes you a part of his life.

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Attractive Men

The way he wear and how attractive he is also reckoned  for me as one of my ideal partner, most women turn around to look at a good looking guy.

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5 Things I Want To Do Before I Die

It’s natural to wonder why people die, especially when we lose someone close to us. The Bible says: “The sting producing death is sin.”1 Corinthians 15:56.

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  1. Graduate My Four Years Degree – If I already had a degree it’s easy for me to find a job that I desire and this is the time for me to become an independent one in facing my real life in this world.                                                                                                   Image result for family
  2. .I Will Help My family – My family influenced me a lot, they’re the reason why I become who I am today. I want to pay all their efforts and hardship that they used up every time I need it.                                                                                                                         Related image
  3. Build a Business – Having a business will help me providing my daily needs for it will serve as our income generator.It is also helpful to others because business provides employment, through it income generation occurs for them and others.                  Related image
  4. To Travel Around The World – Travelling in different places makes me appreciate and enjoy the beauty of the world that Gods created for us.                                                        Image result for participating spiritual works
  5. Participate spiritual works – Without God we are nothing, all our achievements and success in life was realized because of him, he guide and bless us in every steps we take. All that we had today is just a temporary but God’s love and present is not. He is the source of all our needs therefore we should be thankful to him.

Why Save Mother Earth?

Mother Earth needs us to keep our covenant. We will do this in courts, we will do this on our radio station, and we will commit to our descendants to work hard to protect this land and water for them. Whether you have feet, wings, fins, or roots, we are all in it together.

Winona LaDuke
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Reasons Why We Should Save Mother Earth:

  1. Enjoying the Beauty of Nature that Mother Earth provides. We are all blessed by just seeing a sunrise or sunset in nature. We can enjoy the beautiful beaches that we walk upon and the flowers that we see blooming. We are immersed in the nature that it provides for all the animals that live there. Just these few aspects given raise our vibration and give us joy and happiness.Image result for paraiso
  2. Being able to Breathe. We are blessed with the air that we breathe for us to live our daily lives. All the beautiful trees assist us to give us the oxygen we need to breathe. If we don’t have trees how will we be able to breathe?Image result for paraiso
  3. Providing us with Food and Water. We are blessed that Mother Earth provides us with our daily needs of food and water from nature. We drink water from the rain, lakes and snow.  We eat the fruits and seeds from the trees, plants from our gardens and animals from the woods. If we didn’t have any of these things on earth how would we drink or eat?Image result for paraiso


We should all stand together to save our planet earth. We should not sit back and watch us die. So, come on let’s stop the logging and rivers don’t need walls.

It is a pivotal opportunity for individuals, corporations & government to come forward and join hands to create a new global green economy.

Government is doing a lot in this regard but merely imposing ‘fines’ will not help. More stringent measures should be taken to combat the challenges which our earth is facing today.

It is a day to think of the environmental challenges we face and how to solve them. It is the duty of all human beings and all countries to protect the earth responsibility. All together, we can make a difference on “Earth Day Birthday”. So, celebrate it with great enthusiasm and great zeal otherwise dooms day is not so far.



Places I want to visit in Southern Leyte

  • 1. Panaon Island

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 A small island connected to the mainland of Southern Leyte via Wa-wa Bridge. The island is famous as one of the best diving and snorkeling destination in the province which is a part of Mindanao Deep or Philippine Trench where one can find beautiful variety of corals and marine lifeforms. The island is commonly visited by dolphins and also known for its whale sharks that spends several months off the coasts of Panaon Island upon their migration route every year.

2. San Pedro and San Pablo Islands

Named after the patron saints Southern Leyte, San Pedro and San Pablo Islands are the two most beautiful island in the province. The islands became famous tourist spots in Southern Leyte for its beautiful pebble/coral beaches, clean and clear waters and relaxing environment. San Pedro Island, also called as Pong Dako of which in local dialect means “big“, is bigger than San Pablo Island, also called as Pong Gamay which means small. The white coral beaches here are ideal for swimming, surfing, skiing, diving and water sport activities.

3. Sun-ok Fish Sanctuary

Sun-ok Fish Sanctuary Southern Leyte

one of the well-maintained and interesting fish haven in Southern Leyte. One of the best diving destinations in the province where variety of coral formations can be found from soft to hard corals along the cracks and crevices where schools of different kinds of fish can be found. Whale sharks can also be sighted especially during the months of November until May. Fishing and collection of shells are strictly prohibited. Since the fish sanctuary is just near a rocky hill, visitors tend to do rock climbing before leaving the place.

4. Limasawa island

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Limasawa, small island of historic importance near the island of Leyte, east-central Philippines. Located about 4 miles (6 km) off the southern tip of the island of Leyte just outside the mouth of Sogod Bay, Limasawa rises to about 700 feet (200 m). On this island, Ferdinand Magellan first made extended contact with Filipino natives on March 28, 1521. There also the first Roman Catholic mass was celebrated (March 31, 1521) in the Philippines. The island is inhabited by Visayan peoples who practice subsistence agriculture and fishing.

5. Monte Cueva

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A small cave which was developed by its original owners into a shrine with a quaint chapel inside . The shrine is located at an elevation of 172 meters above sea level overlooking the entire city of Maasin. It is a donation by the philanthropists Odong and Loring Chung to the Diocese of Maasin City. It is currently a popular pilgrimage site and destinations for local and national tourists.

5 Reasons Why I LOVE SLSU

1.They offer different courses with low tuition fees.

2. You’ll enjoy various activities SLSU had, like intramural, university idol, fun run and more, that gave fun and inspire to the students.

3. They observed clean and green environment which make the campus more fresh and looks beautiful.

4. Teachers are oriented,approachable and dedicated to their work.

5. SLSU is technology based and also produce competitive graduates.