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Sundown at Kalanggaman

Our Leyte trip a year ago was a good mix of relaxation, adventure, and most importantly, outreach. One of its highlights was a hurl along those riveting southern waters off the coast of Palompon Leyte towards that islet of endlessly stretching twin sandbars, glistening white and velvet sand, ivory-like pebbles, turquoise waters, and cool and calm breeze. And with the combined four-hour jaunt by land and sea just to get to it, we relished nothing but a top caliber paradise. 

When we arrived, the sun was about to get low, later on painting that entire scenery of warm and orange glow against the rippling swathe of clear waters gently kissing the contrasting shoreline hues. 


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