Sunday, November 4, 2018

Tweet Scoop: Daphne Osena Paez Recommends Better Management for Small Lagoon in El Nido, Palawan



Images courtesy of Twitter: DaphneOP

33 comments:

  1. Dati lifevest tsaka langoy aso lang kami dyan e. Ngayon may pa kayak na??? :( Crowded na

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    1. Taxpayers na naman ang sasagot sa paglilinis at pagaayos niyan samantalang yung mga kumikita jan Paldo at gagawin na namang basurahan tulad sa Manila Bay Boracay!

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  2. oo nga dati lalangoy ka lang dyan bakit ganern. Sana isunod ito sa Bora.

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  3. Peak season kasi kaya keber na lang although may point si madam. Pag may waiting time naman, reklamo for sure ang mga turista

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  4. Kulay lumot.. kailangan Ng linisin.
    😞

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    1. Teh, turquoise green talaga ang waters in El Nido because of the rich biodiversity. Just because crystal clear ang tubig, ibig sabihin malinis na. Boracay nga was tested positive for e.coli before its rehabilitation noh.

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  5. Sad.. what's next. Basurang palutang lutang dyan. Hay.. sobrang fail talaga ng mga nalalagay sa tourism department. Panay promote lang ng places kulang na kulang na KULANG naman sa maintenance

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    1. Sinabi mo pa! Di lang sa maintenance kulang but also sa rehabilitation. Tho i hope start na yung sa boracay then sunod sunod na

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    2. Sa mga tax niyo din naman kukunin ang ipanglilinis jan kung sakali at pag nakita niyong maganda naging resulta e ok na kayo kahit na DAPAT yung mga kumita at nagpayaman jan ang gumastos sa pagpapalinis niyan tulad ng sa Boracay! Back to business na at Pattaya, Patong levels na uli Ang bentahan ng laman! Kita ulet mga business na sumira ng Boracay!

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  6. They should limit the flights going there per week to control the ingress and flow of the crowd

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  7. Sometimes i really don't like it when Philippines is being promoted in social media, although it's good for our tourism, because it only means more people and our nature will be destroyed and being trashed. Sana nman pangalagaan to kasi sayang. The last time I was there, life jacket pa lang allowed.

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  8. Dati Papasok sa maliit na butas tapos lalangoy. Ngayon may kayak na sa loob. Hay! I so love El Nido Sana maprotect and preserve.

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    1. Tama, taz may hihila sayong gulong kung di ka marunong lumangoy. Lol
      Sana nga mapangalagaan at wag abusuhin.

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  9. this is true been there thrice and the growth is real.. sana mamanage agad!! ang ganda ng Palawan hay

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  10. Ang nakakainis pa pinapayagan nila mag tayon ng establishment na malapit sa shore. Ang dami debris na nag kalat.
    Save Elnido Pls.

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    1. Inaalis na po mga malapit sa shore.. Palaweño here.

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  11. Wala na. Boracay 2.0 na ang Palawan. Sunod niyan may maingay na party na sa isla.

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  12. I’ve been a year ago. Although maraming islands sana naman wag nila abusuhin. Nagpunta kami sa snorkelling site pero wala kang makita kundi iilang isda at mga patay na corals. Nakakaloka!!!!

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    1. same din sa Coron, naloka rin kami na puro patay na corals.

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  13. U get what u pay for, if u want exclusivity go to balesin

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    1. this isn't about paying for exclusivity, this is about caring for our nature. what kind of mentality you have?

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    2. Waley si 2:45 am may matalak lang haha

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    3. More people = more prone to pollution, di exclusivity ang issue dito, 2:45

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    4. this is about being responsible sa resources natin at pagiging responsableng turista.
      wag masyadong pa alta ha ne.

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  14. Ewwww....parang EDSA na pala yan. Yuck

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  15. Naku ganyan naman talaga sa pinas. No rules, no care basta pera.

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  16. Bakit kailangan pa ang kayak sa lagoon na yan? Ang liit lang naman yan at wala ka namang makita sa tubig.

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  17. The problem is the local government doesn't care....as long as kumikita sila dedma na sa kalikasan

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  18. When we went in 2015 may kayaks na. Sa dami namin bungguan kami lalo na kapag di marunong mag-maneuver (like us) hehe

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  19. tama si daphne, this will cause imbalance in the ecosystem pati. too many humans!

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  20. When we first went there 2013, u don’t need a kayak to get inside the lagoon. Swim lang kami and we really enjoyed it! Second time balik namin 2017 I was surprised kasi puro kayak na n dumi. Nagkalat na boat n kayak sa small lagoon. Sayang!!

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  21. Ang Pilipinas ay blessed sa ganda ng mga lugar and rich in natural resources too. Kaso hindi lang tayo maruning nagpreserve. Alagaan sana para maenjoy pa ng ibang generations. Basta pwedeng pagkakitaan sige lang ng sige. Wala sa vocabulary and sustainability.

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  22. I was here around thisbtime and I agree there were too many people we can't even Kayak freely.

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