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A shoot of San Remegio Church at San Remegio, Cebu, Philippines

A shoot of San Remegio Church at San Remegio, Cebu, Philippines

Watch in HD.   Oslob Whale Shark Watching Guidelines:  All whale shark watchers must undergo orientation at the Briefing Center on the rules for interaction with whale sharks. No feeding of whale sharks by unauthorized personnel. Do not touch, ride, or chase a whale shark. Do not restrict normal movement or behavior of the shark. Do not use flash photography. Do not create splash when entering the water. Do not wear sunscreen if you are going to enter the water. Motor boats are prohibited in…

Watch in HD. Oslob Whale Shark Watching Guidelines: All whale shark watchers must undergo orientation at the Briefing Center on the rules for interaction with whale sharks. No feeding of whale sharks by unauthorized personnel. Do not touch, ride, or chase a whale shark. Do not restrict normal movement or behavior of the shark. Do not use flash photography. Do not create splash when entering the water. Do not wear sunscreen if you are going to enter the water. Motor boats are prohibited in…

Bontoc Igorot warrior (Philippines) with shield and spear,  early 20th century, the Bontoc Igorot, of the larger Malay people, are agriculturalists residing in the Northern Torrid Zone of the Philippine Archipelago. They are most well known for their past practice of head hunting, a cultural practice that was not uncommon in the region. Head hunting was traditionally seen as a pastime for men of the society; the Bontoc words for “war” and “head hunting” are interchangeable.

Bontoc Igorot warrior (Philippines) with shield and spear, early 20th century, the Bontoc Igorot, of the larger Malay people, are agriculturalists residing in the Northern Torrid Zone of the Philippine Archipelago. They are most well known for their past practice of head hunting, a cultural practice that was not uncommon in the region. Head hunting was traditionally seen as a pastime for men of the society; the Bontoc words for “war” and “head hunting” are interchangeable.

Dinagyang: A religious and cultural festival in Iloilo City, Philippines held on the fourth Sunday of January. It is held both to honor the Santo Niño and to celebrate the arrival on Panay of Malay settlers and the subsequent selling of the island to them by the Atis. Dinagyang was voted as the best Tourism Event for 2006, 2007 and 2008 by the Association of Tourism Officers in the Philippines.

Dinagyang: A religious and cultural festival in Iloilo City, Philippines held on the fourth Sunday of January. It is held both to honor the Santo Niño and to celebrate the arrival on Panay of Malay settlers and the subsequent selling of the island to them by the Atis. Dinagyang was voted as the best Tourism Event for 2006, 2007 and 2008 by the Association of Tourism Officers in the Philippines.

Whang Od (Buscaian, Philippines)  "When Whang Od was twenty-five, the man she was in love with died in a logging accident. Instead of looking for a new husband, she dedicated her life to tattooing, and now, sixty odd years later, she is the last practitioner of an art form that many scholars believe is nearly one thousand years old. Whang Od is still tattooing in her nineties."

Whang Od (Buscaian, Philippines) "When Whang Od was twenty-five, the man she was in love with died in a logging accident. Instead of looking for a new husband, she dedicated her life to tattooing, and now, sixty odd years later, she is the last practitioner of an art form that many scholars believe is nearly one thousand years old. Whang Od is still tattooing in her nineties."

Whale shark hand feeding from a fisherman in Oslob, Cebu. This controversial practice has drawn a lot of tourists to this area of the Philip...

Whale shark hand feeding from a fisherman in Oslob, Cebu. This controversial practice has drawn a lot of tourists to this area of the Philip...

Benefits of Fish Pose: · Stretches your deep hip flexors and intercostals (muscles between the ribs) · Relieves tension in your neck, throat, and shoulders · Stretches and tones the front of your neck and your abdominals · Stretches and stimulates the organs of your belly and throat · Strengthens your upper back and the back of your neck · Relieves stress and irritation · Improves posture · Therapeutic for rounded-shoulders, asthma, spasms in the bronchial tubes, and other respiratory issues

Benefits of Fish Pose: · Stretches your deep hip flexors and intercostals (muscles between the ribs) · Relieves tension in your neck, throat, and shoulders · Stretches and tones the front of your neck and your abdominals · Stretches and stimulates the organs of your belly and throat · Strengthens your upper back and the back of your neck · Relieves stress and irritation · Improves posture · Therapeutic for rounded-shoulders, asthma, spasms in the bronchial tubes, and other respiratory issues

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