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The incredible island of Camiguin, Philippines

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davewe
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The incredible island of Camiguin, Philippines

Post by davewe » August 7th, 2015, 2:44 pm


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Re: The incredible island of Camiguin, Philippines

Post by HappyX10 » August 8th, 2015, 1:17 am

Thanks again Dave! Me and my Girlfriend/fiancé are going to Bohol in December again and going to Camiguin via Jagna. It looks like my kind of island!! Haha on your other post You mentioned buying rice. I bought a 50 kilo bag for her family. That made me very popular!!

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Re: The incredible island of Camiguin, Philippines

Post by The_Adventurer » August 8th, 2015, 4:40 am

Great video. That opening music. I know that music. What is it from?

Does anyone actually live on that island?
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Re: The incredible island of Camiguin, Philippines

Post by davewe » August 8th, 2015, 7:11 pm

The_Adventurer wrote:Great video. That opening music. I know that music. What is it from?

Does anyone actually live on that island?
Both pieces are by Pat Metheny; Cross the Heartland is the 1st one.

Yes of course people live on Camiguin; small population of 83000.

Janet's best friend here in the US lived in Camiguin and met her husband there - he was there only for a vacation.

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