Postcard Collection: Philippine Signs and Wonders

Today, I’m posting about the new cards I bought yesterday from the new bookstore I’ve found in our city. These cards will be added to my collection, but I also bought some extra copies of each card so I can have something to swap with my regular swapper-friends.

Famous Chocolate Hills in Bohol province

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The tunnels in Corregidor Island. It reminds a dark past of the country during the war in 1940s.

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San Juanico Bridge joining two islands in Samar-Leyte. It was a project of former dictator Ferdinand Marcos. It’s the longest bridge in the country and been there for so many years.

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Mount Apo, the highest peak in the Philippines

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Mount Mayon has the perfect cone shape among all volcanoes in the Philippines. It’s an active volcano as well.

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The old gate in Intramuros Manila

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If you like to go to Baguio City, be prepared for this zigzag road in the mountains.

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6 thoughts on “Postcard Collection: Philippine Signs and Wonders

  1. I also bought some postcards of the chocolate hills when I was in the Philippines, though I never went to see those hills. They really are a unique feature.

    Now I’m going to have to look in some old shoe boxes for all my Philippine postcards!

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