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Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Insta Scoop: Jericho Rosales Laments State of Boracay After Urduja

Image courtesy of Instagram: jerichorosalesoffical

45 comments:

  1. Sa sobrang dami ng tourist sa Bora. Napakadami din basura.

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  2. Are we hanash are we kyeme ka pa jan. Simulan mo na. At for sure naman kumikilos na rin ang lgu at mga mamamayan jan sa bora. Are we are we pa more ka jan.

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    1. Eh ikaw may ginagawa ka ba aside from hiding behind your computer being negative? O baka naman hanggang google images lang ang alam mo sa Boracay. Pa minsan minsan lumabas ka rin ng bahay.

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    2. 12:31 teh malamang nagdonate na yan. Eh ikaw kaya? Are we are we ka din...

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    3. Anong problema,12:31?

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    4. Hahaha tumfak, ghost writer pa more!

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    5. He is spreading social awareness., that's a good start

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    6. 12:45 actually nag improve si echo sa english niya. Give credit where credit is due.

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    7. 12:51 try mo visit FB page ng Discovering the Old Philippines: People, Places, Heroes, Historical Events and Old Philippines at MANLULUMO KAYO SA DATING GANDA AT LINIS NG MANILA BAY na kulay black na ngayon dahil sa basura at tae ng mga iskwater na nakatira sa tabing ilog at mga estero at mga langis mula sa pier!

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    8. Napakanega mo. Un message ang tingnan mo, ndi un grammar.

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    9. Borak.. the next Smokie mountain,⚠️

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  3. Boracay used to be very bucolic and very beautiful. I've been there 30 years ago. And I can remember how quiet it is to stroll at night with only the sounds of waves penetrating the stillness of the dark. I have a friend who recently went there and swore never to come back. Ang dami daw basura at ang ingay sa gabi. And it is very crowded. Nakakahinayang that they destroyed something that was once so pristine.

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    1. I wonder what Boracay looks like 30 years ago? Do you have pictures?

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    2. Commercialism overload kasi. Hotels everywhere. No discipline sa basura, sewerage system, cleaning habit, etc from these establishments. LGU doesn't implement strict regulations.

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    3. True.. I’ve been there once & as a first timer super excited ako to see the beauty of bora.. and when I get there super turned off ako sa place, sooo crowded! Nasakop na ng business establishments ang pinagma malaking WHITE SANDS ng bora..

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    4. 12:51 you can check I Love Philippines fb page. 1979 pics of boracay was shared :-)

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    5. Thank You 1:05. Will check it out.

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    6. Guys, there’s more to Boracay than Stations 1 and 2 you know

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    7. 7:32 So, ano? Station 3? Hahaha

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    8. Baks i recommend you all visit Diniwid beach and Boracay west cove. Wag na kayo near the boat stations, sirang sira na ng mga gusto umaura sa gabi.

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  4. Oh Boracay honestly it's as good as it perceived to be. I was there last October lang with my Australian boyfriend. Sadly we don't want to come back

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  5. hindi lang boracay at ibang tourist attractions ang problema. halos bawat kanto ng bansa natin, kailangan ng restoration. masyadong maraming basura, maraming hndi disiplinadong mamamayan, abusadong turista, walang-pakialam na opisyal ng gobyerno. kaya huwag yung mga kilalang lugar lang ang bigyan ng pansin.

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  6. Ayoko maging boracay ang Palawan. Balita ko nagiging boracay na ang el nido Kaya Sabi Sa akin puntahan ko na bago maging mala boracay na... I haven't been to boracay Pero Sa mga nababasa ko dito Hinde na talaga ako pupunta... Sana ma save ang Palawan yun yung lugar na gusto ko balikan ulit esp coron

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    1. Oh no! Yung mga isla na walang tao pa naman ang pinupuntahan ko. 10 yrs ago sobrang ganda pa bg El Nido, half day walang kuryente, walang atm, malayo ang palengke. Sana naman wag magpasilaw ang local govt at locals sa mga negosyante. Sa ganda ng mga isla, kahit gano pa kalayo ang tubig sa hotel, pupuntahan ng tao yan.

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    2. Gosh! I love coron and el nido.sana wag nila babuyin.

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  7. dear echo et all, huwag maglament, start helping in cleaning it up. u have two hands, the left and the right. utusan mong mag pulot ng basura. lamenting does nothing. 👍

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    1. Echo is using his social media to raised awareness para ang tulad mo, tulad natin will start helping kasi ang kakahanash mo teh does nothing!
      So lets go!!!

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    2. Bakit may tao na may sasabihin at sasabihin sa kapwa 'no?

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    3. @5:17, kung naka tira lang ako sa boracay, pupulutin ko ang mga basura ng libre 😎😎😎. that will be my contribution while living in paradise.

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  8. nakunaman echo, imbes na litratong nakaupo, bakit hindi yung namumulot ka ng basura sa tabi-tabi ang nilagay mo? mas may sense sana.

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    1. Look who's talking. Bat hindi mo gawin? Ikaw ang nakaisip di ba?

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    2. 6:11 lament nga parang nag.iisip kaya ganyan ang pic.

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    3. 10:39 responsibility yan ng mga beach goers. Bakit si 6:11 ang inuutusan mo. She is right, si Echo ang dapat mag pulot ng garbage sa beach.

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    4. 10:39 mas naunang naisip ni echo bakit di niya ginawa? hanggang sulat lang naman ang kaya niya eh. ngayon lang ba nagsimulang maging ganyan ang lagay ng boracay, hindi naman diba? pero ano na ang ginawa niya? ayan oh, nakaupo at nagsulat imbes na mamulot ng basura. 12:48, dahil sinulat ni fp na nag-lament, yun na nga ang rason mo para i-justify ang non-action ni echo. don't get me wron, gusto ko si echo, pero may point si 6:11.

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  9. Sayang ang Boracay, sikat pa yan noon, kahit mga foreign celebrities eh dinadayo yan pero ngayon nasira na.

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    1. Sinong administration and nag-benta ng licenses to build tons of hotels in that virgin beach?

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  10. HE'S JUST DOING PROMOTION FOR HIS MOVIE!!!? But his post was true tho.

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    1. Ma beach talaga sya, hindi lang siargao

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  11. I was lucky enough to visit boracay nung konti pa lang ang negosyo dun. Pagbalik ko years after grabe! Ang lapit na nung establishments sa dagat. Samantalang dati ang lawak lawak ng shore duon. Nakakalungkot lang

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  12. Arte, mind your own carbon footprints. Diba jet setter kayong mag-asawa ???

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  13. Basurang itinapon mo babalik sayo.

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  14. sharing same sentiments.

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  15. Wow either echo has seriously been studying the English language or his wife wrote this for him😝 Pa ingles ingles pa...

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  16. gurl kakapush naten yan ng pinoypride we are the best ekeke. wala ng ginawa kundi ipromote sa social media kung gano kaganda ang boracay, lahat ng online voting pinatos, so malamang pupuntahan talaga yan ng mga turista. dagdag mo pa yung drive ng government na more tourists more fun. hindi naka cope up ang local gov sa dami ng tourist.

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  17. He is right. The government keeps promoting tourism but the infrastructure are way below world standards. Many visitors are turned off after their first visit.

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