When I was a little woman rising up in Cleveland, I thought all bodies of water seemed like Lake Erie; brown and muddy. The brochures we saw for locations like Hawaii and the Caribbean should have been pretend … blue-green water? Really? No means. Although I had been to the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, those bodies of water definitely didn’t resemble the coloured pictures in magazines or travel catalogs. So, it took years … years … to convince me that these tropical paradise waters really did exist.
Among the Province’s major products are coconut, cassava, banana, camote, palay, corn, fruits, espresso and greens. Camiguin’s volcanic soil has proved to be a fertile floor for planting varied crops. At current, the Provincial authorities is wanting into an agricultural program that will improve the cultivation of fruit timber and greens in Camiguin. The Province can also be among the many greatest abaca …Read more →