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“Rih Lake is the largest lake in Mizoram, but it is in Burma,” is a common saying of the Mizo people. In the far east of Myanmar, almost on the border with India, lies the heart-shaped lake that is known as Rih Dil.
The Marietas Islands are situated of the coast of the state of Nayarit, in Mexico, and are a very popular tourist destination. The Mexican government has made the islands a national park, and protects them from fishing and hunting. This has given rise to an abundance of marine life in and around the coral reefs, as well as being a haven for birds.
Set in the western side of the Philippines, Palawan is not just an amazing tourist spot, its unspoiled beaches and virgin shores are also home to a number of rare species of marine life and beautiful coral reefs, which has made it a National Heritage Site, protected from the advances of tourism.
Wherever you go around the world, you’re most likely to use public transport at some point. Here in the Philippines, it’s a very different story….there has never been a “public” transport system to match that in the Philippines.