I won’t be shocked if Loon, Bohol owns a great deal of surprises with all its hidden nature’s beauty. Unknown to many, this town suffered a lot during the 2013 quake that hit Bohol and the nearby Island of Cebu. Actually, one of the biggest and the oldest churches in the Philippines was actually sited in this town. But, during the earthquake in October 15, 2013, the church structures and walls were falling down and smashed into pieces. I’ve heard a bunch of stories of survival during this immense atrocious event, as I had a chance to stay with Miranda’s family during my first visit to this town on April 2017.

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12 thoughts on “Coral Garden: Travel Guide to Loon’s Newly Discovered Gem

  1. You are such a beautiful angel Flor! You discover and share beauty all around. I’m gratefully from the Philippines, yes land of my birth. Thank you for sharing the beauty all around. Most honored! ❤️

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    1. Thank you Yeka!!
      Thank to Lai for non stop travelling!! ❤ 😀
      Philippines is truly amazing with a abundant natural beauty! If we keep on discovering our land <3.. there is more we can offer.. ❤ ❤

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