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Byline: Behn Cervantes
The Philippines has long been gaga over becoming a tourist destination of distinction. It has aspired to be so with reason because indeed our country has oodles of natural attractions, be they beaches, caves, mountains or rock formations. Our archipelago has big, small and average- sized islands that are photogenic, hospitable and truly unique. In fact, in Alaminos, Pangasinan alone there are 100 islands to discover, dive in and/or picnic.
Our beaches are fine. Despite the fact that many dive sites have been ruined by indiscriminate fishing practices there are still various sites where diving is extraordinary, says my grandniece. The world …